Author: lowen

  • I Want to Know More for the third week of July, 2024

    This week we begin looking at the Davidic Covenant, the seventh covenant in the Old Testament. Tracing the word ‘seed’ found in this covenant and comparing with the previous covenants with: 1) Adam; 2) Noah; 3) Abram/Abraham; 4) Jacob/Israel; 5) Moses andAaron; and 6) the nation of Israel in Canaan.

  • I Want to Know More, second week of July, 2024

    On this week’s podcast, we look at how different the perspectives of the books of the Chronicles and the books of Samuel and Kings are based on evidence found within the books themselves. The compiler of the Chronicles had a post-captivity perspective that comes across in the tone of the books of Chronicles, while the…

  • I Want to Know More for the First Week of July, 2024

    Have you ever ‘jumped the gun’ on God before? That is, have you ever gotten ahead of God answering what his will for your life is in a particular instance? Most people have at one time or another, and David’s seer (that is, prophet) Nathan is no exception. In this week’s podcast, we begin looking…

  • I Want to Know More for the fourth week of June, 2024

    On the podcast this week, we turn back over to Second Samuel to see the differences in what was recorded there versus in First Chronicles about the travel of the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. David’s wife Michal, who for whatever reason didn’t go with David to move the Ark comes out and comes…

  • I Want to Know More for the third week of June, 2024

    When many students here the phrase “it’s time to study the book of first Chronicles” they immediately think genealogies and seemingly endless lists of names. But in reality the first book of the Chronicles details a stark contrast between Man’s way, illustrated by the books of Samuel and the books of the Kings, and God’s…

  • Second week of June 2024 Podcast

    Responsibility is an unpopular word in today’s age, but the child of God has to reckon with the great responsibility of the position of simply being a child of God, especially after some failure in doing the right thing the wrong way. David, even though he was responsible for Uzzah’s death, corrects course and is…