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Mark Chapters 1-4   Jeffrey Malone 5/15/2024 8:17:20 AM    
Unlike the other synoptic gospels, Mark does not open with the birth of Christ or his childhood. The Jesus we find in chapter 1 is already an adult and capable of powerful miracles: Healing, exorcisms, etc. His fame also begins to spread; despite requests that the people remain silent concerning what they had witnessed.

Mark Introdcution   Jeffrey Malone 5/7/2024 4:21:51 PM    
The Gospel of Mark is one of the four canonical gospels in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It is attributed to Mark, traditionally identified as John Mark, and is believed to have been written around AD 65-70. Mark's Gospel focuses on the ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, portraying him as the Son of God and the suffering Messiah. It emphasizes action and highlights Jesus' miracles and teachings.

Psalm 119 Original Hebrew Web   Jeffrey Malone 4/16/2024 2:45:15 PM    
A Meditation on the Word of God

Acrostic Psalms   Jeffrey Malone 4/16/2024 1:42:59 PM    
The Acrostic Psalms in the Bible are a collection of poems where each verse or stanza begins with successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet. These include Psalm 25, 34, 37, 111, 112, and 145. Each psalm carries unique themes, such as wisdom, praise, or trust in God, and the acrostic structure serves various purposes, including aiding in memorization, emphasizing the completeness of the message, and demonstrating the orderly nature of God's Word. They offer a rhythmic and mnemonic device for worshipers to engage with sacred texts, reflecting the diversity of human experience and the richness of spiritual expression found throughout the Psalms.

Psalms of Praise   Jeffrey Malone 4/2/2024 2:36:07 PM    
Psalms of praise (yadah - the verb meaning, 'to praise’) are identified as such because of their form and subject matter. Praise psalms are often more general in their content and more focused on who God is rather than what He has done. When God’s actions are described, they are frequently used to detail aspects of God's character; which are then praised by the psalmist. There is an overlap between praise and thanksgiving literature, but close reading does show differences.

Easter   Jeffrey Malone 3/26/2024 12:16:45 PM    
A study of Easter includes far more than the doctrine of Christ’s Resurrection. Acts 12:4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people. Easter is the principal festival of the Christian church that celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. (from Aramaic פסחא, paṣḥā' and Hebrew פסח, peṣaḥ, the Passover festival)

Wisdom Psalms   Jeffrey Malone 3/19/2024 1:14:27 PM    
The Didactic Psalms, also known as the Wisdom Psalms, are a group of psalms in the Bible that primarily focus on teaching and imparting wisdom. They include Psalms 1, 14, 19, 34, 37, 49, 73, 78, 90, 91, 92, 94, 111, 112, 119, and 127. These psalms often offer moral and spiritual instruction, exhorting readers to live wisely and righteously.

Psalms of Repentance   Jeffrey Malone 3/12/2024 11:42:08 AM    
The Psalms of Repentance are a collection of psalms in the Book of Psalms (Psalm 6, 32, 38, 51, 102, 130, and 143 in some traditions) that are particularly focused on themes of repentance, confession, and seeking forgiveness from God. These psalms are often used in prayers and reflections for personal repentance and spiritual renewal.

Historical Psalms   Jeffrey Malone 3/5/2024 1:47:16 PM    
The historical psalms are those basing their message on the history of God's dealings with His people. They are in two general classes: Those using a historical narrative of some part of Israel's history … such as Psalms 78, 105, 106, 135, 136 Those using a personal reflection or meditation that is based on a historical reality ... such as Psalms 44, 66, 89, 107, etc. In this defining process do not confuse the character of a historical psalm with the historical background that may be seen for other psalms (i.e. titles).

Messianic Psalms   Jeffrey Malone 2/27/2024 8:40:01 AM    
These Psalms are called Messianic Psalms because they are quoted in the New Testament in direct reference to the Lord Jesus Christ. In the Psalms, also called The Psalter, Christ is spoken of in it more than any other book in the Old Testament. These are a collection of one hundred-fifty prayers and praises to the Lord and placed in the canon of scripture to be read and sung to music by God’s people. They characterize Christ fully as the Divine Messiah. Jesus Christ is the central figure, and we have a complete picture of His ministry. It records His: coming, incarnation, death, sufferings, resurrection, ascension, offices, (Prophet, Priest, King) life, character, glory and kingdom. They are rich in the theme being the King and His kingdom.
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