Personal name meaning “man for hire” or “hireling.” Ninth son of Jacob, the fifth borne by Leah (Gen 30:18). He became the progenitor of the tribe of Issachar. Almost nothing is known about his personal history. The tribe of Issachar occupied territory in the northern part of Palestine, just southwest of the Sea of Galilee (Josh 19:17-23. The tribe was not prominent in Israel’s history. Tola, one of the so-called “minor” judges, was of the tribe of Issachar (Judg 10:1-2).Continue reading DEINITION OF THE DAY (ISSACHAR)
Daily Archives: July 6, 2021
SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (JOHN 14:1-31)
1.Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.
2 In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.
3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.Continue reading SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (JOHN 14:1-31)
KINGDOM OF HEAVEN ON EARTH
Jesus had a pet topic. Bible writers usually call it by one of two names: kingdom of heaven or kingdom of God.Continue reading KINGDOM OF HEAVEN ON EARTH
IS EROTIC LOVE OKAY?
One theme rings throughout this unique Bible book: Falling head over heels in love is fantastic! The pleasure of sexual intercourse is celebrated here in language that leaves no doubt. This book has been interpreted by some as an allegory, devaluing the erotic element in favor of a more vertical meaning (God’s love of Israel, for example). But the plan language of the book is devoted powerfully to celebrating God’s gift of love to a man and woman. So, let’s face it-if you’re going to meet and fall in love, do it this way.Continue reading IS EROTIC LOVE OKAY?
A LITTLE KNOWN FACT ABOUT (ABNER)
Abner’s father and King Saul’s father were brothers. In hope of setting up a family dynasty, Abner served Saul as commander and bodyguard. Ironically, Abner’s first reported acct was presenting to Saul the man who would end that dynasty-David.Continue reading A LITTLE KNOWN FACT ABOUT (ABNER)
WOMEN OF THE BIBLE (MIRIAM “ACCEPTING ONE’S PLACE IN GOD’S PLAN”)
Miriam’s greatest claim to fame wasn’t that she was the daughter of Amram and Jochebed (Num 26:59). It was that she was the sister of Moses.Continue reading WOMEN OF THE BIBLE (MIRIAM “ACCEPTING ONE’S PLACE IN GOD’S PLAN”)