Theme: Rahab Places Her Trust Entirely in the Lord, God of Israel, and Protects Israel's Spies from Her Own King.
I. Rahab Protects Israel's Spies and Reveals Jericho's Fear – vv. 1-11
A. Joshua Sends Spies to Jericho – v. 1
B. Rahab Throws the King of Jericho off of the Spies' Trail – vv. 2-7
C. Rahab Reveals the Fear of Jericho at Israel's Approach – vv. 8-11
II. The Spies Promise to Keep Rahab Safe and Return to Joshua – vv. 12-24
A. Rahab Seeks Protection for Her Family – vv. 12-14
B. Rahab Directs the Spies to Safety – vv. 15-16
C. Rahab Charged with Keeping Her Family with Her for Their Safety – vv. 17-21
D. The Spies Safely Relay Jericho's Fear to Joshua – vv. 22-24
Today we're taking a closer look at the seventeenth chapter of the Book of Ezekiel.
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Faithfulness not esteemed in Israel. 1Kings 21, The godly Naboth was not esteemed and honoured by King and Queen, neither the people of Israel. He was murdered, and his innocent blood was publicly licked up by the dogs in the streets. What a man sows that he shall reap.
While David is on the run, Ziba, Mephibosheth's guardian, approaches with evil intentions.
This is the Thirty Fifth Sermon in the Series Kingdom, Dynasty and Glory; an exposition on the Second Book of Samuel.
Continuing our study of the case laws of Moses found in Exodus 21-22. In this study we wrap up the discussion on slavery and look to the laws governing murder, manslaughter, and treason against the household.
Once David is apprised of the rebellion by his own son, he flees the city, and for the second time, he is on the run as he was in the days of Saul.
This is the Thirty Third Sermon in the Series Kingdom, Dynasty and Glory; an exposition on the Second Book of Samuel.
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Speak, I pray you, in the ears of all the men of Shechem, Whether is better for you, either that all the sons of Jerubbaal, which are threescore and ten persons, reign over you, or that one reign over you? remember also that I am your bone and your flesh.
Study of the Canons of Dort. Third and fourth heads of doctrine. 1618-1619
Article 1: The Effect of the Fall on Human Nature
Human beings were originally created in the image of God and were furnished in mind with a true and sound knowledge of the Creator and things spiritual, in will and heart with righteousness, and in all emotions with purity; indeed, the whole human being was holy. However, rebelling against God at the devil's instigation and by their own free will, they deprived themselves of these outstanding gifts. Rather, in their place they brought upon themselves blindness, terrible darkness, futility, and distortion of judgment in their minds; perversity, defiance, and hardness in their hearts and wills; and finally impurity in all their emotions.