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The servant Of all the distinguished men of God, Moses stands out as one of the greatest. Different traits in his character and diverse aspects of his service come in for special mention in both the Old and New Testaments. ...



His Time The days of Samuel were a watershed in the history of Israel. His work, under God, was to bring about the transition from the times of the Judges to the establishment of the kingdom under David. He came ...



"Elijah was a man of like passions with us, and he prayed with prayer that it might not rain" (Jas. 5:17 RVM). However remarkable the work and privileges of Elijah, it will be profitable for us to remember we are ...



His Times Elisha was called to his prophetic ministry about 900 B.C. and succeeded Elijah at a time when Israel was steeped in idolatry. Truth and error existed in the same country and both were talked about in the same ...



His Life There are only the briefest details recorded about the personal life of Isaiah. He lived during the 8th century B.C. in Jerusalem (7:1-3; 37:2; 39:1-8). His father was Amoz, of whom nothing else is known; his wife is ...



The Man Jeremiah was a member of a priestly family living in Anathoth, a town given to the priests of the tragic Ithamar family which was the subject of a divine curse delivered to Eli (1 Sam. 2:27-36; the connexion ...



His environment Ezekiel began his prophetic work at a time of spiritual and national disaster for God's people; More than 100 years before, in the reign of Hoshea, God had "removed Israel out of His sight" (2 Kin. 17:23) by ...



Gabriel, who stands in the presence of God, addressed Daniel as a man greatly beloved, eloquent testimony to heaven's assessment of the life of this outstanding character. Throughout the record of his life no fault is charged against him. The ...



The Minor Prophets With Hosea we move into the group of what are generally termed the Twelve Minor Prophets, that is, the prophets with the shorter messages, known of old to the Jewish people as The Book of the Twelve. ...



The Herdman of Tekoa The Book of Amos has an important place in 'The Book of the Twelve Prophets', as the first in composition and as an outstanding example of literary skill. Yet the author is introduced in chapter 1 ...


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