“Fellowship” translates the Greek word koinonia, meaning association, communion, and close relationship. It implies participation in a mutual task and sharing possessions. In Christ, believers are able to enjoy this kind of intimacy with God and with fellow Christians.Continue reading WHAT DOES “FELLOWSHIP” MEAN?
Daily Archives: April 25, 2022
SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (JOSHUA 22:1-9)
1Then Joshua called the Reubenites, and the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manasseh,
2 And said unto them, Ye have kept all that Moses the servant of the Lord commanded you, and have obeyed my voice in all that I commanded you:
3 Ye have not left your brethren these many days unto this day, but have kept the charge of the commandment of the Lord your God.Continue reading SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (JOSHUA 22:1-9)
WHO’S WHO AND WHERE’S WHERE IN THE BIBLE (RUTH)
King Daivd’s great-grandmother got her husband by sneaking into his bed with him after he fell asleep.Continue reading WHO’S WHO AND WHERE’S WHERE IN THE BIBLE (RUTH)
MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE BIBLE (WORKERS WITH METAL)
The metalsmith has a very old pedigree. Cain was a smith, and it was one of his descendants, Tubal-Cain, who was described as “the forger of instruments of bronze and iron” (Genesis 4:17,22). Cain was the father of the Midianite tribe of Kenites who seem to have been involved in many aspects of Israel’s history (see, for example Genesis 15:19; 1 Samuel 15:6). They appear to have exploited the copper of the Sinai with the Egyptians. Artifacts of Kenite metalworking have yielded much of the archaeological information we know concerning ancient metal-working.Continue reading MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE BIBLE (WORKERS WITH METAL)
DEFINITION OF THE DAY (HOST OF HEAVEN PT1 OF 2)
Army at God’s command, composed of either heavenly bodies (such as sun, moon, and stars) or angels.
“Host” is basically a military term connected with fighting or waging a war. The most frequent use of the word is to designate a group of men organized for war. In this sense, The Hebrew word often refers to a human army (Gen 21:22,32; Judg 4:2,7; 9:29; 1 Sam 12:9; 2 Sam 3:23; Isa 34:2; Jer 51:3). The term can refer to an act of war, as in Num 1:3,20; Deut 24:5; and Josh 22:12. An extended meaning of “hosts” is that it designates a length of time of hard service (Job 7:1; Isa 40:2; Dan 10:1). The term is used in the book of Numbers to refer to the service of the Levites in the sanctuary.Continue reading DEFINITION OF THE DAY (HOST OF HEAVEN PT1 OF 2)