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Releasing the Power of the Old Testament into Your Daily Life!

This seminar is designed to help the believer organize the books of the Old Testament into its own story line. The Old Testament provides the roots from which our New Testament faith arises. We will describe the story and geographic movement of the children of Israel from their conception to their restoration. An overview of each book will be presented to help the believer experience the Old Testament as it comes alive in their hearts. We will:

  • Help you understand the TimeLine of the Old Testament which we call HIStory and how the believer is a part of the ongoing story of God.
  • Demonstrate how the Old Testament has been used in general so that we do not repeat the mistakes of the past and make God say something he never intended to say.
  • Provide the believer with an understanding of how the Old Testament is normative for the church and day-to-day life.
  • Help believers understand how to gain valuable insights on how to apply the message of the Old Testament to their present life.

We will look at each of the major sections of the Old Testament and provide tools to help each believer, new or not so new, to better read, understand, and apply the Old Testament to their day-to-day experience with God.

OT Study Help:

The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament
The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Tesament

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