THIS WEEK’S Old Testament study is another lesson in how much depth the scriptures contain when we actually look.
We discuss the prophetic implications of Psalms 22-24, the Divine Council references in Psalms 47 and 68, and the setting of the time and place — just after David’s victories over the Jebusites to take Jerusalem and the Philistines at the Valley of Rephaim — in which they were composed.
WE RESUME our Bible study this week with the concluding chapters of Exodus and the opening chapters of the book of Leviticus.
We discuss the making of the Ark of the Covenant, the priestly garments, the table and altars for the Tabernacle, and the erection of the tabernacle of the tent of meeting.
Our weekly Bible study continues (live this week, we hope) with the 22nd chapter of Exodus. This is where Moses begins to receive the Law from Yahweh and instructions on how to build the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant. Like most things in the Bible, it’s a lot more interesting when you start digging into the details!
Because it’s the first Sunday of the month, we will celebrate communion with you, so be ready with wine or juice and unleavened bread or a cracker.