Micah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

How many of us expect to be blessed as Christians but don’t pursue Christ? We have the Christian catchphrases down; we have the look—the Bible on our end table, the Jesus bumper stickers, and the obligatory Sunday service seat in church. But inside we are unchanged.   Jesus’ name is on our ...

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Jonah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

Christian storybooks regale us with the colorful tale of Jonah and the Big Fish. Even secular children’s book publishers find it vastly entertaining. But if we look deeper into this familiar book of the Bible, we will discover a magnificent parallel of God’s love and redemption to a multitude of ...

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Obadiah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

Not much is known about the prophet Obadiah. But his name means servant of the Lord, so we know he was obedient to his calling as a prophet. He was known by God and that is what matters most. The book of Obadiah is the shortest book in the Old Testament and concerns the judgment of Edom. The ...

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Amos: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

Amos was called by God from the humble fields of Tekoa to wield the rod of correction on His unruly flock in Jerusalem. But the people of Israel would have none of it! His presence and pronouncements were an offense to them. The religious rulers of the day were living in a delusion of their ...

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Joel: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

In the book of Hosea, God is portrayed as our husband. In Joel, He is the ultimate husbandman. A husbandman is a tiller of the soil who works the land to sow, cultivate, prune, and tend his fields and gardens to produce food for his family and his community, as well as the animals he cares ...

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