This study explores Psalm 63 including its possible context of Absalom's rebellion against David. We considered how we can still see God's power and glory in His sanctuary today. We dwelt upon what it means to value God's love even more than life itself. We spoke of spiritual delights and intimacy with God and challenged ourselves to see how close we are to Him gauged against this psalm.
Psalm 16 points to Jesus' death and resurrection. It also points us to Him as the path of life, our inheritance, our everything. We examine the difference between the Israelite and Christian perspectives on this psalm as well as some of its cultural and linguistic nuances. We then stopped recording and prayed the Thursday Night Office for which this is the psalm.
We continue our exploration of James including the exaltation of the poor, the humbling of the rich, endurance and embracing of trials, and living life fully.
In this study, we continue to explore how God transforms our nature into the Divine Nature. We introduce how one listens to the voice of God within us and continue on to discuss the Eucharist and importance of both the death and life of Jesus.
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Foundations of Bible Study