3-Bible Story Posts, Act 1, Scene 2--the Betrothal

The presentation of Genesis 12-50, featuring the men most responsible for the birth of the Nation of Israel.

  • 3-Bible Story Posts, Act 1, Scene 2--the Betrothal

    Abraham: Called to Wander, Worship, and Witness

      Welcome back to Act 1, Scene 2 of God’s One Big Story.  Although it has been a while since we last met, when we did, we were introduced to Abraham, the first of the four Hebrew Patriarchs who are showcased in Genesis 12-50.  Since these men were the ones most responsible for the birth and development of the Nation of Israel—and, since Israel will be making her first appearance on our stage in the next scene—this one will be given over to an examination of the Biographical Pictures or Biopics—of these important men. As for Abraham/Abram,[1] here is what we have learned so far about the Man who would…

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    Stage #2–At Last!

      Now that we have arrived at Stage #2, the time has come for us to exit the Truth Train and make our way into the theatre where Act 1, Scene 2 of God’s One Big Story will soon be getting underway with the Story of Abraham.  As we leave, let’s remember to take with us the Program Guides we were given on the first leg of our journey.  These will prove to be helpful because, while we are watching the smaller stories taking place on the Earthly Stage before us, they will help us keep in mind the larger story that is taking place on the Heavenly Stage above…

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    Back on Track–The Journey Resumes

      All Aboard and welcome back to our journey, fellow travelers!  I am happy to say that after a rather lengthy but edifying visit to the Workout Room, it’s time for us to once again board the Truth Train and resume our Bible Study tour through the Land of Revelation Knowledge.  For those who are joining us for the first time, this tour is unique in that it presents the One Big Story of the Bible as a Play consisting of two Acts with six Scenes each and one long Intermission between the acts.   These scenes and the intermission, as well as an epilogue at the end of the play, are…