It would be a worthy goal for every believer to complete a verse by verse study of the following Bible books by the age of 30 (or within 10 years of being saved): One of the 4 gospels Romans 1 Corinthians Hebrews These books provide a breadth and depth of divine revelation that is indispensable […]
Category Archives: Charts
Here’s a great chart from Phil Coulson (editor of the Believer’s Magazine) bringing the Bible’s weights and measures into current numbers by converting them into litres, pints, gallons, grams, kilos, inches and millimetres. A very useful frequently needed chart for Bible readers!
Chart of “the Kingdom of God in History and Prophecy” The subject of “the Kingdom” is a grey area in the minds of many Christians! For example, how would you answer the following questions?: What is the Kingdom of God? Is there a difference between the Kingdom and the Church? Is there a difference between […]
Two key chapters in the book of Daniel, Chs 2 and 9, outline the whole history of God’s dealings with His people Israel from hundreds of years BC, right through to the second coming of Christ and the inauguration of His millennial kingdom. Both of these pivotal prophecies were given before the events they predict […]
One of the most neglected and least understood themes of the Bible is its programme of Divine Covenants. Ask the average Christian what he or she knows about the Noahic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic and New Covenants and one is most likely to be met with a blank stare! Despite the somewhat complex nature of the […]
When God deals with mankind creatorially He sees but one group. He created humanity “of one blood” (Acts 17:26). There is but one human race, despite differences of colour, culture and creed. However, when God deals with men redemptively He sees two groups, the saved and the lost (John 3:36, Rev 22:11). Yet, when God […]
Chart of the 7 Dispensations The broad sweep of history is neither random nor chaotic. The Bible reveals that God is working all things after the counsel of His own will (Eph 1:11). He has superintended history in a series of ages or eras, and has allotted to each period a distinctive set of administrative principles. […]