A ten part message series that defines big theological and doctrinal concepts using simple terms and familiar passages. INTRO PART ONE || Gospel PART TWO || Vicarious Blood Atonement

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“I have a personal relationship with Jesus.”  No phrase is more characteristic of evangelical lingo than this one. A close second may be, “I don’t have a religion, I have a relationship,” followed by, “God is good all the time.” We all know the phrase personal relationship but when pressed, many of us have a…

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Oftentimes when we read the OT we totally miss the point. If you’re reading the OT and not seeing types of Jesus and shadows of the new covenant, then you’re reading it wrong. What is a type? A person, place or thing that shares common characteristics with, symbolizes or exemplifies Jesus. What is a shadow?…

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Know the Context The book of Daniel was written by Daniel during the 70 years the Israelites were captive in Babylon during the sixth-century B.C while Nebuchadnezzar was king of Babylon. Daniel is not considered to be an OT prophet but his book is filled with dreams and visions written with richly symbolic, metaphorical and…

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1 Samuel 17:1-58 David and Goliath 1 Now the Philistines gathered their forces for war and assembled at Sokoh in Judah. They pitched camp at Ephes Dammim (the border of blood drops), between Sokoh and Azekah. 2 Saul and the Israelites assembled and camped in the Valley of Elah and drew up their battle line…

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Oftentimes when we read the OT we totally miss the point because we don’t apply the rules of typology and sound biblical exegesis. This post will give you some simple tools to help you read the Old Testament properly. Typology The first thing we need to understand about the Old Testament (OT) is that it…

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