Amos 5

Chapter five records a “funeral song” that Amos was to deliver, like so many of the prophets after him. If Israel did not repent, death was their certain end. No matter the size of their army, only ten percent could hope to survive (Amos 5:1-3). Yet it did not have to end that way; they […]

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Romans 10

Chapter ten continues Paul’s teaching on Israel, specifically focused on their present state in the Church Age. Paul’s deepest desire and prayer “on behalf of [his] fellow Israelites is for their salvation” (Romans 10:1-4). The problem is that they are still seeking to “establish their own righteousness” rather than “the righteousness that comes through God.”

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Revelation 6

[My chapter summary blog posts follow our church Bible reading plan. Get a copy of the reading plan and find out more at] Introduction to the Revelation There are four primary theories concerning how to understand the Revelation. The preterist theory holds that the Revelation symbolically refers to events that took place around the

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