After the Israelites were delivered from the hand of the Egyptians and they finally entered the Promised Land, God gave them laws, through Moses, to teach them how to live in their newfound freedom. These principles, summarized in the Ten Commandments, still have a profound impact on the world today.Read More
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Psalm 139 is a beautiful meditation on God’s perfect knowledge, presence, power, and holiness. It offers an example to us today of how to respond and confess to the character and Person of the One who knows us intimately and completely.Read More
Ken Boa teaches on Matthew 21, in which we see, among other themes, the central theme of mounting opposition to Jesus by the religious leaders of His day (ultimately leading to His death, burial, and resurrection).Read More
The exodus of the Israelites out of Egypt and into the Promised Land was as much about the process as it was about the outcome; the same can be said of our life journeys, because God is not just taking us somewhere, but He’s making us someone in the process: a people for His own possession, for His own glory.Read More
Ken Boa teaches on Genesis 8, the beginning of the post-Flood world, in which Noah is commanded to repopulate the earth and, as a part of His mission of deliverance and redemption, God makes a promise never to destroy the earth again with a catastrophic deluge.
This is part of the ongoing 365 Key Chapters of the Bible series based on Handbook to Scripture.Read More
All but three of Psalm 119’s 176 verses mention the law of God or one of seven other synonyms for His law. Ken Boa shows four things this psalm encourages us to do to apply the truth of His law or Word to circumstances of adversity and suffering.Read More
Following Jesus’ question of the disciples in Matthew 16, “Who do you say that I am?” in Matthew 17, we read the solid evidences that Jesus fulfills the qualifications for Israel’s Messiah in His lineage, His healing ministry, and His teachings.Read More
Psalm 107 is a psalm of gratitude that entreats us not to forget God’s steadfast love by reviewing His redemptive acts in history. The psalm offers a pattern for cultivating a thankful heart in our own lives.Read More
Ken Boa’s 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible series continues with Genesis 12, in which we learn how God did the impossible through a “random nobody who lived in the middle of nowhere.”Read More
Ken Boa teaches on Genesis 7, the account of Noah and the Flood, as part of his 365 Key Chapters of the Bible series.Read More