Genesis Overview and Outline

The Five Books of Moses:  The Five Books of Moses make up the Pentateuch.  The word Pentateuch comes from two Greek words that mean "five books" or "five scrolls.”  The books tell of history from the beginning of time, with the creation of the world, to the death of...

Exodus Overview and Outline

AUTHOR: Moses    DATE: 1450-1410 B.C. The Hebrew title of the book is "The Names,” taken from the first verse, "these are the names of…” The English title is Exodus, which means ”way out.” The theme of Exodus is redemption, specifically God’s deliverance of His people...

Leviticus Overview and Outline

AUTHOR: Moses  DATE: 1450-1410 B.C.  The English title of this book means "pertaining to the Levites." The book is records practices for the priests (who were from the tribe of Levi) and laws concerning all the Israelites. The Hebrew title is "And He called” (from the...

Numbers Overview and Outline

AUTHOR: Moses DATE: 1450-1410 B.C. The Hebrew title of the book means "in the wilderness of." Most of the book records the history of the Israelites as they wandered for 40 years in the wilderness of Sinai. The Greek Septuagint attributed the title, Arithmoi (Numbers)...

Deuteronomy Overview and Outline

AUTHOR: Moses DATE: 1410 B.C. The Hebrew title of this book is taken from the opening phrase Eleh ha-devarim, "These are the words..." The English title "Deuteronomy" comes from the Greek deuteronomion, meaning "second law,"  or "a copy of this law" in Deuteronomy...

How Great Thou Art

Many great hymns that have stood the test of time. Watch this one performed for a world-wide, diverse audience by country singer Jennifer Nettles.

Dependent Independence

Remember the One upon whom we are dependent. It is through Him we living in independence.

*Christ in you, the hope of glory.  Colossians 1:27
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