This week's study is drawn from the Song of Hannah in the 2nd chapter of First Samuel in the Old Testament. Hannah's Song is a worshipful prayer of thanksgiving to the Lord for His intercession in her life to give her a son, Samuel, after her many years of childlessness. It is a song of praise celebrating the sovereign might of God in the deliverance of His people and the reversal of human fortunes. Be prepared to worship the Lord!
with Robbie Parks
This week's study examines 1 Samuel, chapter 1, verses 9-28. This section of text contains the prayer and the vow of Hannah. This distraught and childless woman asks the LORD for a son and vows to consecrate the child she would receive back to God as a lifelong servant.
with Robbie Parks
From Robbie Parks - This week we begin a new book of the Bible—the book of First Samuel. The book is contained in the section of the Bible’s historical books and its history is considered to be one of great importance. First and Second Samuel are considered by scholars to be a literary masterpiece. It is also a book filled with “real-time” theology—the outworking of God’s will and purposes through individuals in the exercise of His Providence. The book unveils the establishment of the monarchy in Israel—an incredibly important theme in the scope of Biblical prophecy. And the book is just plain fun to read—we’re going to enjoy this one together!
An exposition of the closing verse of the 4th chapter of the Old testament Book of Ruth which will conclude the fellowship's study of this book. The themes of God's Providence and His covenant love stand out as this account draws to a close. The closing genealogy in Ruth sets the stage for the next study in the Book of 1 Samuel.
With Robbie Parks, for the Walk Thru the Bible Sunday School Class at Southside United Methodist Church.
Ruth 3, lesson 3: The Threshing Floor of Boaz, with teacher, Robbie Parks
This Bible study is taught by a dear friend and brother in Christ who is a wonderful expository teacher of God's Word and a man who deeply loves the Lord Jesus Christ. He's been teaching a Sunday School class at Southside for many years, and has now, during this time of Quarantine, moved to sharing his lessons via Zoom. I for one am grateful to now be able to sit at his feet and learn from him.
This is his Bible study based on Ruth, chapter 3, that explores the role of the kinsman-redeemer as depicted in the person of Boaz foreshadowing the redemptive work of Jesus Christ.
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