OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

We’ve reached the summit of the first of two biblical mountains and find ourselves standing on the peak of the Old Testament, a peak
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It would be difficult to introduce the book of Zechariah with a better combination of urgency and anticipation than this: “The book of Zechariah
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“Hosea is not an easy book. It begins with a prophet receiving a command to marry a prostitute and promptly describes the births of
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It would be difficult to top Paul Tanner’s introductory words about the book of Daniel, so we won’t try. “The book of Daniel, undoubtedly
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At first glance, the book of Jeremiah is a tough read. It’s long, prophetic, and largely sorrowful. In fact, A. W. Streane opens his
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After a seven-decade-long, divinely-orchestrated, and well-deserved disciplinary timeout in Babylonian exile, God’s chosen people are allowed (and encouraged!) to return back to the Promised
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While the books of Samuel and Kings are hefty, jam-packed, and quick-moving texts, they’re only the first two pairs of a history-rich triplet. We
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Like Samuel before them, the biblical books of First and Second Kings record many exciting and well-known stories that involve many memorable characters throughout
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