The oppressive Israelites and proud Assyrians would be punished (Isaiah 10:1‐19)

Those that oppress the helpless will be helpless when faced with God’s wrath (Isa 10:1-4) God is just and seeks justice for the helpless Condemned are the people that give false witness and device schemes intended to rob and deny justice to the helpless. The wicked people will have no escape from the wrath of… Continue reading The oppressive Israelites and proud Assyrians would be punished (Isaiah 10:1‐19)

The Israelites destroy 5 Amorite kings and their cities (Joshua 10:16‐43)

The aim of this passage is to cause to learn how the Israelites in a short period destroyed the Amorites in Canaan. God empowers us to do what He has commanded us to do. The five Amorite kings, seeing their eminent destruction, fled and hid in a cave at a place called Makkedah. Joshua was… Continue reading The Israelites destroy 5 Amorite kings and their cities (Joshua 10:16‐43)

Human beings are scattered and Abram is introduced (Genesis 11:1‐32)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand how human beings were scattered all over the world and how Abram went to Canaan. Human beings are scattered all over the world by God through the confusion of their languages (Gen 11:1-9) Oneness without Christ, lead to increased human depravity. Human beings had one… Continue reading Human beings are scattered and Abram is introduced (Genesis 11:1‐32)

Israel destroyed but the Messiah would be based there (Isaiah 9:1‐21)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn the cause of Israel’s complete destruction and that the messiah would be based there. Even though Israel would be destroyed, the lands of Zebulun and Naphtali would be the base for the Messiah (Isa 9:1-7) The Messiah would be God. After the lands of Zebulun… Continue reading Israel destroyed but the Messiah would be based there (Isaiah 9:1‐21)

The wicked seem to prosper but will face judgment (Psalm 10:1‐18)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand how wickedness is rationalized by human beings. On the surface, the wicked who reject go and take advantage of other seem to prosper (Psa 10:1-11) In a fallen world, God allows the wicked to prosper for a time. The Psalmist started by wondering why… Continue reading The wicked seem to prosper but will face judgment (Psalm 10:1‐18)