John begins his letter to the church by sharing the Gospel. . . . Revelation 1:4-8.
We must know Jesus' life if we are to properly follow Him as Christians. . . . Mark 1:1.
There is a blessing promised to those who hear and obey the teaching of the book of Revelation. . . . Revelation 1:3.
The book of Revelation is about Jesus more than anything. . . . Revelation 1:1-2.
"Our historian wants us to grasp beyond a shadow of a doubt that God is faithful; that His faithfulness is shown when He fights for His people; and that when He fights for His people, His victory is total and resistance is futile." . . . Joshua 10:28-12:24.
"Our historian gives us three different views of the same event so that we can rest securely in the faithfulness and greatness of our God." . . . Joshua 10:1-27.
Our historian wants us to know that God is gracious to those who approach Him in humble faith. . . . Joshua 9:1-27
Our historian wants us to know that "the right of possessing the promised land is tied to the proclamation of, and subjection to, God’s covenant claims upon his people.” . . . Joshua 8:30-35.
our historian wants us to seek God alone for victory in our own lives. . . Joshua 8:1-29
our historian seeks to show just how dangerous even one individual’s “hidden” sin is to any group of people. . . Joshua 7:1-26