2 Kings 14,15 – Historical Context

Today we consider a historical section where the Prophet Jonah is mentioned, and consider some lessons from how the LORD God deals with both nations of Israel and Judah and their respective kings. I didn’t have the dates of the kings’ reigns when I recorded the podcast, but you can see them below on this…

Jonah 4

We conclude our reading through the Prophecy of Jonah today and learn some precious lessons concerning our God and our approach unto Him in prayer. Tomorrow we will move into the Prophecy of Nahum.

Jonah 3

We see Jonah now walking in the Spirit, obedient to the LORD in both word and deed. Then we discuss faith and works; learn an important lesson on prayer; and rejoice in the multitude of God’s mercies (Psalm 106:45).

Jonah 2

Today we ask the question, what happens when a Christian sins? As we consider Jonah’s experience and his prayer, we are drawn back to the cross – the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, and we learn that our God is a God of restoration and life. Indeed, it is out of this…

Jonah 1

Key Points: We consider Jonah as a type of a Christian, within whom wars the Spirit and the flesh. We consider the work of the Holy Spirit within the world, and the importance of believers being awake and engaging in prayer.

Philippians 4

Key Points: 1) Stand fast in the Lord, 2) Rejoice in the Lord, 3) Pray, 4) Think on these things

Philippians 3

Another episode of our Open Bible Podcast. Key thoughts: 1) Putting Christ first, 2) The blessings of salvation: found in Him, and made like Him.

Philippians ch.2

Key Points: 1) We must be humble, 2) Son of God found humble, 3) Faith in action, 4) Friends sent

Index For Muslims

Our Message to You Who is Jesus Christ? Books of Truth? Questioning the Bible – FAQs Questioning the Qur’an

Safa and Marwa

I’m sure all Muslims know about Safa and Marwa, for these are the two mountains which pilgrims to Mecca traverse between seven times in what is called Sa’ee (سَعِي‎), but the truth is far more significant. The Islamic Tradition We read of this traditional Islamic ritual in the Qur’an, though it is quite vague, and…

“I and my Father are one”

“I and my Father are one” John 10:30 Unity of Being, not just Purpose The verb ‘are’ is the first person plural of the root verb ‘to be’ – it’s all about being. If Jesus had only meant that he was unified with the Father in purpose, he should have added the word ‘at’ –…