New Tool: Bible Pronunciation Website

Here’s a handy tip from Morris Proctor: Bible Pronunciation WebsiteA while back I discovered a free Biblepronunciation website. It has been a while since I’ve listed it in thenewsletter and several have e-mailed asking for it so here it is:You can click here to jump thereHere is the address: http://netministries.org/bbasics/bbwords.htm

Paul and the Acts of the Apostles

The Early Church The Church is a present-day phenomenon that was completely hidden from the Old Testament prophets. The ”400 years of silence” between the Old and New Testaments was foretold in detail by the prophet Daniel. The birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ were foretold in great detail through hundreds of prophecies […]

Encountering Jesus

For over 1,500 years, God spoke through the Old Testament prophets and writers. Woven through the history of men of old and the poetry of kings and unknown authors is the scarlet thread of God’s love for a nation (Israel) and a world that rejected him. At the center of this most incredible story is […]

New Testament Handbook (Section 1)

Matthew Title: The Gospel of Matthew Author: Both church tradition and internal evidence support Matthew as the author of this Gospel. Matthew, the son of Alphaeus (Mark 2:14), had the surname of Levi (Mark 2:14, Luke 5:27) and was a tax collector (Matthew 10:13) for the Roman government. Jesus chose Matthew as one of his […]