How we are able to receive the gift of righteousness (Romans 5:12‐21)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand why even though Jesus was the righteous one, we can also receive His righteousness and be justified. Adam’s sin and punishment was imputed to all men because all men sin (Rom 5:12-14) Adam’s sinful nature has been transmitted to all human beings. We deserve… Continue reading How we are able to receive the gift of righteousness (Romans 5:12‐21)

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)

An overview of the Nations that descended from Noah (Genesis 10:1‐32)

The aim of the passage is to cause us to learn how the world was populated by the sons of Noah and their descendants after the flood. From the beginning, God was the God of all nations and not just Israel. The following are the nations that descended from Noah’s sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth,… Continue reading An overview of the Nations that descended from Noah (Genesis 10:1‐32)

Satisfied by assurance of our justification by faith in Christ (Romans 5:1‐11)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand that we can by faith in Jesus Christ we can be sure that we have been reconciled to God and that we will not face His wrath. We have assurance that we have been reconciled to God (Rom 5:1-8) God loved us first before… Continue reading Satisfied by assurance of our justification by faith in Christ (Romans 5:1‐11)

Assyria to destroy Samaria and Syria and the Messiah would be rejected (Isaiah 8:1‐22)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn of the sign of the destruction of the enemies of Judah and the reception that the Messiah would receive when He came. Samaria and Syria would be destroyed before Isaiah’s son was old enough to say “Dad” or “Mom” (Isa 8:1-10) If we are to… Continue reading Assyria to destroy Samaria and Syria and the Messiah would be rejected (Isaiah 8:1‐22)