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Reflections on Nahum 2-3

Nahum describes the fall of Nineveh. Against Sinners – Twice God says he is against Nineveh (2:13, 3:5). In truth, God is against all people because of their sin (Romans 1:18).  But in Christ there is no longer any condemnation … Continue reading

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Reflections on Nahum 1

Nahum proclaims the greatness of our God and predicts the coming fall of Nineveh. God’s Wrath – God hates sin. He gave Nineveh a chance to repent through Jonah, but their repentance was short lived.  Now God’s wrath would be … Continue reading

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Nahum 1-3: Against The Enemy

(1) What do you learn about God in v2-6? What do you learn about God in v7? Why must God be all the things in v2-6 in order to be all the things he is in v7? Though Nineveh plots … Continue reading

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Reflections on II Chronicles 33-35

We see God’s interaction with two great kings, as the exile draws near. Humility – It took capture and imprisonment to humble Manasseh. Josiah humbled himself when he heard the Word of the Lord.  How has God humbled you?  Do … Continue reading

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The Shepherd’s Care

He will tend (feed) his flock like a shepherd; he will gather the lambs in his arms; he will carry them in his bosom, and gently lead those that are with young. – Isaiah 40:11 ESV (KJV) Isaiah gives us … Continue reading

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Reflections on II Kings 21-23

Two evil kings are followed by Josiah – the final righteous king before the exile.  Note: Influence and Consequences – Manasseh led the people of Judah astray into much evil, and God’s judgment was coming. Do you influence people towards … Continue reading

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II Kings 21-23 & II Chronicles 33-35: Pay Attention

(2K-21) Manasseh did what was evil in God’s sight (v2).  What evil did he do (v1-9)? How did God respond (v10-15)?  What does this remind you about God? (2Ch-33) Again we read of Manasseh’s evil in v1-9.  God confronted Manasseh, … Continue reading

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Sermon Songs: Revelation 19:1-10

Hallelujah to our Savior, Full of glory, full of power Hallelujah – He has judged her, Babylon the corrupter Hallelujah, Hallelujah, All ye servants worship God Hallelujah – rejoice and sing, Our God reigns and He has won We’re invited … Continue reading

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Reflections on Micah 1-4

Micah proclaims judgment for Judah and Israel because of their idolatry and oppression, and one day these sins will be no more. Idolatry and Oppression – Israel is condemned for their idolatry (1:6-7), while Judah is condemned for their oppression … Continue reading

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Micah 1-7: Judgment, Promise, Expectation

(1-2, 6) What sins does God confront in 1:7; 2:1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 11? How does God respond to their sin (6:9-16)?  What does this tell you about God? (3) What groups of people does God condemn, and … Continue reading

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