What you should know about Mark.

Mark is the earliest gospel written, though it's NOT the first book written in the New Testament. The point of writing the epistles, for example, was to teach new believers the truth of all they knew and to give them practical instructions. The truth of Jesus on the other hand, what He taught, what He did,... Continue Reading →

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What you should know about Matthew.

Matthew is believed to have been written by the Apostle Matthew in 80-90 AD around the same time Luke was written. The gospel of Mark was written earlier and focused heavily on the things that Jesus did. The miracles He performed. Matthew on the other hand focuses on what Jesus taught. While Matthew follows roughly the same order... Continue Reading →

Numbers Part 2

I wrote about the division of the tribes of Israel and their different blessings and what occurred because of their actions last week. In case you missed it, you can read it here. In this post let's talk about the rest of the Book of Numbers. Numbers is the 4th book in the Pentatuech and... Continue Reading →

The Book of Numbers. Part 1.

The book of Numbers is hard to read and to summarize. Mostly because when you're reading it without paying attention to the overall picture, all the numbers and census and people can be overwhelming. I've read it quite a few times these past few weeks ("read" as in had the audio Bible on!), and until... Continue Reading →

Luke part 3 : Jesus the Teacher.

The gospel of Luke is heavy in content to know and lessons to learn and details to remember and Jesus 🙂 Luke has 24 chapters and I may take more than 4 parts to finish it all. If you missed THE RELATED POST  Luke part 1 : Jesus is willing. AND THE OTHER RELATED POST  Luke part 2 : Jesus the... Continue Reading →

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