Mark – the silent years between the Old and New Testament

Silent years For about 400 years between the Old Testament and New Testaments God did not speak to the Jewish people through prophets, other than the prophecies given to Daniel, Zachariah, Malachi and others who still needed fulfilment. The Babylonians came to power in 626B.C., and in 605B.C. at the battle of Carchimesh defeated Egypt. … Continue reading Mark – the silent years between the Old and New Testament

A Book worth studying

"I want people to fill their minds with passages of Scripture while they are well and strong, that they may have sure help in the day of need. I want them to be diligent in studying their Bibles, and becoming familiar with its contents, in order that the grand old Book may stand by them … Continue reading A Book worth studying

Proper Bible study

Proper Bible study must always be preceded by thorough reading. Most mistakes in interpretation are caused because the context of the passage is neglected. In most cases, the context is neglected because it is not read. Often new Christians are introduced to certain “narrow” types of Bible study (memorization, Bible study guides, etc) without having … Continue reading Proper Bible study