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  • Seeing Jesus in the Minor Prophets

    The prophets in ancient Israel proclaimed the coming Messiah, but the people didn’t want to hear them and told the prophets to be quiet (Amos 2:12). For the next 400 years, the prophets were silent. The silence was…
  • Worry and Contentment

    The prophet Jeremiah exclaimed, “‘Peace, peace,’ they say, when there is no peace” (Jer. 6:14). And still in our day, humanity continues to look for true peace. As in the days of Jeremiah, our divisive and fragmented…
  • Our Great Salvation: 1 and 2 Peter

    Detective stories enjoy great popularity among readers, probably because we all like a little mystery. We are intrigued by the unknown. A good detective story leaves the reader guessing about the outcome of the…
  • The Deliverance of God's People

    Julius Hudacek is the world’s most entertaining goaltender. Currently playing in the Swedish Ice Hockey League, he puts on quite a show on ice after the game to celebrate if his team wins. In one of his one-man…
  • The Trinity in the Gospels

    Andrei Rublev, the 15th-century Russian artist, left us one of the most poignant representations of the mystery of the Trinity: his painting The Trinity, also called The Hospitality of Abraham. Currently in the…
  • Hearing the Call of God

    In “The Figure in the Carpet,” a story by Henry James, the narrator seeks to discover the secret meaning hidden in all the works of his favorite author. His quest ends in failure. The figure in the carpet remains…
  • Fathers in the Bible

    The Greek word peripeteia is used in works of literature to signify a change of circumstances, an unexpected turn of events in characters’ lives. Peripeteia can happen not only in fictional narratives but also in the…
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