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Christ In The Strangest Places: Foreshadowed, Fulfilled, Forever

Two tablets of stone, a few vessels of oil, simple markings, a small army, a remote field, a solemn oath–these are some of the strangest people, places and things through which God revealed himself to his people in the Old Testament. The Old Testament is chock-full of passion themes, from the serpent being crushed in Genesis 3:15 to Isaiah’s Fourth Servant Song. Yet this series looks at some of the lesser-known Old Testament passion themes and focuses on them by means of single words.

February 22nd — Ash Wednesday — “Mine!” — Exodus 20:17
The commandments point out our desire to acquire

February 29th  – “Nothing” — 2 Kings 4:1-7
Elisha provides for a widow

March 7th —  — “Marked” — Isaiah 44:5
God marks his people

March 14th  —  “Enlist” — Judges 6:16
Gideon’s call

March 21st   — “Invest” — Jeremiah 32:25
Jeremiah buys a field in wartime

March 28th  —  “Finish” — 1 Kings 11:3
Solomon can’t finish what he started

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