Thy word have I hid in mine heart,
that I might not sin against thee.
Psalm 119:11

Exodus 1-4

Moses – Patriarchs and Prophets


Moses, the Leader of God’s People – The Beginning of the End




Mystery of History – pages 56-60

Character – Availability – pages 41-42


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Show me Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
Psalm 25:4 

Genesis 41-50

Joseph and his Brothers – Patriarchs and Prophets


Joseph and his Brothers – The Beginning of the End



Mystery of History – pages 50-51

Maybe this was a song Joseph would have liked to sing . . .

Thou Wilt Show Me

Thou wilt shew me the path of life:
in thy presence is fulness of joy;
at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore.
Psalm 16:11

Ablazing Grace: Joseph Part 2

The end of Genesis


Show me Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
Psalm 25:4

Genesis 39 – 41

Joseph in Egypt – Patriarchs and Prophets


The Amazing Story of Joseph – The Beginning of the End


Mystery of History – 50-51

*Think about it –
From today’s Beginning of the End

 . . . People should always remember –
that wherever they are and whatever they do,
they are in the presence of God.

No part of our conduct escapes God’s notice.
We cannot hide our ways from the Most High.

I Wanna Love You

Ablazing Grace: Joseph Part 1

Show me Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
Psalm 25:4

Genesis 34-38

The Return to Canaan – Patriarchs and Prophets


Jacob Comes Home – The Beginning of the End


Ablazing Grace: Jacob the man who became Israel

Attentiveness is to Turn Your Eyes upon Jesus



Show me Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
Psalm 25:4

Genesis 32-33

The Night of Wrestling Patriarchs and Prophets


Jacob’s Terrible Night of Wrestling The Beginning of the End

The Mystery of Israel


I Will Not Let You Go song

*Think about it –

When Jews named their babies, the names nearly always had some definite meaning
that depicted some characteristic of the child or event connected with their birth.

1. Judah means “I will praise the Lord”
2. Ruben means “He has looked on me”
3. Gad means “Given good fortune”
4. Asher means “Happy am I”
5. Naphtali means “My wrestling”
6. Manasseh means “Making me to forget”
7. Simeon means “God hears me”
8. Levi means “Joined to me”
9. Issachar means “Purchased Me”
10. Zebulun means “Dwelling”
11. Joseph means “Will add to me”
12. Benjamin means “Son of His right hand”


Show me Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
Psalm 25:4

Genesis 28-31

Jacob’s Flight and Exile – Patriarchs and Prophets


Jacob’s Flight and Exile – The Beginning of the End 


The Rock That Will Not Roll

Character Quality – Read Chapter on Attentiveness

Scripture teaches that there are two types of hearing-spiritual and natural. Our natural ears can distinguish the meaning of audible sounds. Our “spiritual ears” can recognize the voice of God as He “speaks” to us through the Bible. Having “spiritual ears” is far more important to learning attentiveness than any physical listening we may do. In fact, without “spiritual ears” it would be impossible to achieve the level of attentiveness necessary to be successful in life. Notice the distinction between spiritual and physical hearing in the following verse:

“For this people’s heart is waxed gross,
and their ears are dull of hearing,
and their eyes they have closed;
lest at any time they should see with their eyes,
and hear with their ears, and should understand with their heart,
and should be converted, and I should heal them.”
Matthew 13:15

“Spiritual ears” begin to be developed as we listen to our consciences tell us how we have broken God’s holy Law.


“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”
― Corrie ten Boom

The Hiding Place



How sad Heaven must have been when Satan, the dragon,
deceived and drew one-third of the stars (angels) from Heaven.

fallen angels

Why was sin Permitted? – Chapter 1 in Patriarchs and Prophets


I wrote Amazing facts and asked —
When was Satan cast out of Heaven? Before or after the earth was created?
Eugene Prewitt, the Bible Doc answered —
Satan was cast out of heaven in two steps (both pictured in Revelation 12). The first was a war when Satan lost heaven as the place of his home. But even after it was no longer his home, he visited heaven to accuse God’s people before the angels. So the angels rejoiced at the fact that he lost access to heaven when Jesus died. But they said “woe to the inhabitors of the earth” because they know that Satan was greatly irritated by his restriction.

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