Bible Study Page Two (see Page 1)
"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth
not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." —2nd Timothy 2:15
baptized to identify with a rejected remnant. We, by baptism,
identify with a rejected Christ.”
I love the 12 minor prophets in the Old Testament; namely, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zachariah, and Malachi.
Here are three contemporary (meaning they all lived during the same time period) minor prophets who all preached during the reign of Assyria as a world power. Here's my homemade chronology chart which helps me learn how the books and prophets of the Bible relate to each other. I find it helpful.
These MP3 audio Bible sermons are given by one of my favorite Bible scholars, Pastor J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988). Here are 10 of the minor prophets listed in order by date (NOTE: to hear these MP3's play in order, please make sure that the “shuffle” option is deselected in your media player)...
Joel (840 BC)
Jonah (780 BC)
Amos (765 BC)
Hosea (765-723 BC)
Micah (747-704 BC)
Zephaniah (628 BC)
Nahum (628 BC)
Habakkuk (607 BC)
Obadiah (585 BC)
Haggai (520 BC)
Zechariah (520-518 BC)
Malachi (425 BC)
By Dr. J. Vernon McGee © Thru the Bible Radio Network, www.ttb.org (please note that TTB.ORG does not necessarily agree with all the content of my website.)
God sent the prophet Jonah to preach to Nineveh (the capital of Assyrian Empire). The entire city repented and God spared them judgment. But 150-years later Nineveh had forgotten about God and gone back into wickedness, so God sends the prophet Nahum! Since the Assyrians already had the light but rejected it, God didn't send Nahum to warn them, but to pronounce judgment! Jesus said if the light that be in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness! (Matthew 6:23). Like America who has received the truth, they rejected it!!!
Nahum (628 BC)
Shallow Christianity Cannot Be Cured By Adding Works To Salvation
Pastor Max D. Younce
has authored several excellent Biblical studies which
freely available online in .PDF format (get
player) . . .
Hard copies of these books are also available...
I'm So Glad You Asked! (Dr. Younce)
Beware of religious idolatry. Seventh Day Adventists worship the Sabbath Day. Catholics worship Mary and the Popes. Lutherans worship Martin Luther. Mormons worship sex. Pentecostal and Charismatics worship familiar spirits (speaking-in-tongues, et cetera). Born-again, Bible-believing, Christians worship Jesus Christ, Who is the manifestation of the Godhead (1st Timothy 3:16; Colossians 2:9 - King James Bible).
I'd recommend starting with Dr. Rice's books and Oliver B. Greene's if you want to learn the Bible.
The average life of the great civilizations of the world has been about 200-years. These civilizations have progressed through the following stages—from bondage to spiritual faith, from spiritual faith to courage, from courage to liberty, from liberty to abundance, from abundance to selfishness, from selfishness to complacency, from complacency to apathy, from apathy back to bondage. Which of the above stages do you think we're in? How much longer do you think our civilization is going to last?
Dr. John R. Rice Bible commentaries (Click on the different links and look for books by Dr. John R. Rice. It's a shame that so many Believer's have never heard of Brother Rice. He authored over 200 great books and pamphlets. Brother Rice uses the Bible extensively in all his writings, yet puts the cookies on the bottom shelf where the average person can find them. Simple to understand, yet profound in Bible insight.
Studies & Sermons
Am I Going To Heaven?
Without Holiness No Man Shall See The Lord
Refuting Pastor Charles Lawson On
Where Are The Dead?
God to walk with us!)
(lots of Bible study resources)
Is the Sabbath Day a Moral Law or a Ceremonial Law? (how can it be a moral law if it's only to be lived one day out of the week? It is a ceremonial law. There's only Nine Moral Commandments!)
Books & Bible Commentaries
The Greeks Had A Word For It
The Greek language is uniquely suited to the communication of God's truth, for it has modes of expression so concise and accurate in their descriptive power as to defy fullness of translation into English without becoming unwieldy. That's one reason we have so many New Testament translations, as scholars endeavor to carry over the full import of the Greek into English. So, the careful interpreter of the Bible does well to gain access to the meaning of the Greek which stands behind our English versions.
In addition, it is helpful to know that the New Testament came to us in what is called Koine, or "common" Greek. It is not the language of the classics or the poets, but the common, ordinary language of everyday popular usage. Modern archeology has done tremendous service to the New Testament student by unearthing and clarifying Greek terms that were otherwise obscure. In so doing, the archeologist's spade has buried the destructive critics of the New Testament record under the piles of evidence gleaned from pottery shard, parchment, and papyrus. It is encouraging to know that archeology has confirmed, not denied, the accuracy of our New Testament text, which was written in language the common people could grasp. Read Complete Work
"No Scripture," said Spurgeon, "is exhausted by a single explanation. The flowers of God's garden bloom not only double, but sevenfold; they are continually pouring forth fresh fragrance."
Dr. McGee rightly states, “We're a nation of Biblical ignoramuses! We do not know the Word of God today in this land!” (Pastor J. Vernon McGee, THRU-THE-BIBLE, commentary from Hosea 4:1-2).
This is Bible Study Page Two (see Page 1)
A SYNOPSIS OF WEB BASED BIBLE DICTIONARIES . . .
Dictionary from Bible.org (Recommended)
Simultaneously Search the following resources
Standard Bible Encyclopedia (ISBE)
Bible Study Aids . . .
Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”
Alexander Scourby Holy King James Bible on DVD (Signature Edition)
(Listen to the King James Bible while working, resting, or sleeping. I can't recommend listening to the King James Bible enough.)
Read the Bible
Online Bible Commentaries
"Everybody that goes to Hell gets exactly what he deserves. He walks up to the ticket window and pays his own fare to Hell—in wages! But everybody that goes to Heaven rides on a free pass."
—Dr. John R. Rice in When Skeletons Come Out of Closets (MP3 Audio sermon)
Awesome Audio Bible Studies by Pastor Jack Hyles
Here are some fascinating MP3 (or Real Audio) Wednesday night Bible study series by Brother Hyles on various topics. Please note that you'll need to click on pause or stop on the player at the top of this page if you'd like to hear any of these. Otherwise you'll have two sermons playing at once. You can right mouse-click to download (save) any of the files below to your computer...
Four Calls to Soulwinning Video (by Dr. Jack Hyles)
Heritage Radio Bible Class Online - The Book Of Revelation
Bible Questions & Answers by Dr. Max D. Younce . . .
Much More Bible Question and Answer Archives (GOOD STUFF!)
In the absence of Light, darkness prevails!
Study Booklets and Tracts by Pastor James L. Melton
- 1001 Handy Scripture References
- Abortion: Ten Bible Reasons Why it is Wrong
- Acts 2:38 - Satan's Favorite Bible Verse
- Apostolic Signs and Wonders: Are They For Today?
- Capital Punishment: Why I Support It
- Child Abuse: Something Every Parent Should Know
- Christian Cursing
- Deity of Jesus Christ
- Fables and Facts about Creation and Evolution
- Fables And Facts About the King James Bible
- Fifty Facts About Tongues And Healing
- Five Facts of Life
- How I Know I'm Going to Heaven
- How I Know the King James Bible is the Word of God
- If You Want To Be A Redneck?
- Is it Right to Judge?
- Let's Compare Bibles
- Mark of the Beast: 666 It's Closer Than You Think!
- Modern Science In an Ancient Book
- Repent or Perish!
- Santa Claus and Satan's Clause
- Satan's Ten Commandments for Parents
- Second Coming of Jesus Christ
- Seven Simple Things You Should Know About Salvation
- Should Christians Observe Halloween?
- Signs of the Times
- Sin of Sodom
- Sins of the Tongue
- The Best Church for You
- The Day of your Death
- The Italicized Words in the Bible
- The Judgment Seat of Christ
- The Messiah
- The Plain Truth about the Baptist Bride Heresy
- The Plain Truth about the Catholic Church Heresy
- The Plain Truth about the Jehovah's Witness
- The Plain Truth about the Lodge
- The Plain Truth about Mormons
- The Story of the Southern Cross
- Understanding God's Salvation Plan
- When a Sinner Goes to Hell
- Why Can't We have World Peace?
- Why Does God Allow Suffering?
- Why I Do Not Have a Television
- Why Should I Receive Jesus Christ?
- Witches, Wizards, and the Word of God
- You Might be a Spiritual Baby
- Your New Life in Christ
- The Bible Believer's Helpful Little Handbook (A Handy Reference Guide for Plain Folks Like Us)
- Fighting Back! (A Handy Reference Guide for King James Bible Believers)
- The Bible Believer's Handbook of Heresies (A Study of Heretical Teachings, Teachers, and Terms)
- Interesting Bible Stuff for Bible Believers
- Preach the Word! Sermon Outlines - Volume I
“But hath in due times manifested his word through preaching, which is committed unto me according to the commandment of God our Saviour.” (Titus 1:3)
“The whole conviction of my life now rests upon the belief that loneliness, far from being a rare and curious phenomena, is the central and inevitable fact of human existence.” —Thomas Wolfe; God's Lonely Man
Begin the study of a specific Scripture passage by clicking one of the links below:
Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua Judges Ruth 1 Samuel 2 Samuel 1 Kings 2 Kings 1 Chronicles 2 Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther Job Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes Song of Solomon Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Jonah Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi
Matthew Mark Luke John Acts Romans 1 Corinthians 2 Corinthians Galatians Ephesians Philippians Colossians 1 Thessalonians 2 Thessalonians
What the Bible Says is So (by Pastor Roy Thompson)