Samson and Delilah Bible Story Summary

by David Peach
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The story of Samson is one of great victory on one hand and tremendous tragedy on the other. Samson accomplished the purposes of God, but also failed as a role model for us today. He is listed in the “Hall of Faith” of Hebrews 11. Nothing is said of his obvious sins and lust that […]

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Gideon Bible Story Summary With Lesson

by David Peach
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Gideon was the fifth judge over Israel in the book of Judges. He is introduced in chapter 6 of the book while he was collecting wheat and hiding it from the enemy. An angel came to him and asked him to take on the task of overthrowing the Midianites. The story of Gideon is full […]

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Daniel In The Den Of Lions Bible Story Summary

by David Peach
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One of the most loved stories from the Old Testament is the story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den. The whole story of Daniel starts when he was just a young boy. However, by the time Daniel was cast into the lion’s den he was an old man. Many things happened in Daniel’s life, but […]

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Revelation Summary, Commentary and Key Verses

by Jack Wellman
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The book of Revelation is a mystery to many.  There are many symbols and their meanings are seemingly hidden.  Many of the verses are foreboding and frightening, yet whoever reads this book is promised a blessing (Rev 1:3).  What is the theme of the book of Revelation? The Revelation of Jesus Christ – The Apocalypse […]

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David and Goliath: Bible Story Summary

by David Peach
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One of our favorite Bible stories as children is the story of David and Goliath from 1 Samuel 17. Children love this story since the hero is a young boy not much older than those hearing the story told in Sunday School class. But the story of David and Goliath is not just for children. […]

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Job Bible Story Summary with Lesson

by Jack Wellman
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Just about everyone has heard of the suffering of Job in the Old Testament. You might have heard someone say, “They have the patience of Job.”  There is good reason for that saying.  According to biblical scholars, the Book of Job is the oldest book in the Bible.  If you were to fit it chronologically, […]

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2 Thessalonians Commentary, Summary, and Key Verses

by Jack Wellman

2 Thessalonians Commentary Written around A.D 51 or 52, Paul addresses some misconceptions from his letter in I Thessalonians. He saw the need to do a follow up letter to correct false doctrines about the Day of the Lord as some had thought it had already occurred.  Having been deceived by these false teachers he wanted […]

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1 Thessalonians Commentary, Summary, and Key Verses

by Jack Wellman

1 Thessalonians Commentary The letters (called epistles) from Paul to Thessalonica, which included I Thessalonians and II Thessalonians were probably two of the earliest letters Paul had written which was around A.D. 50 or 51. Paul wrote these letters in response to Timothy’s report that the Thessalonians’ church was prospering despite intense persecution from factions.  Unscrupulous […]

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Colossians Commentary, Summary, and Key Verses

by Jack Wellman

  Colossians Commentary There is no record of Paul ever visiting the Colossians church (2:1). This gives further testimony to the fact that Paul’s epistles (letters) were meant to be circulated and read to all churches (4:16).  This church was actually founded by Papayas, an earlier convert who came from Ephesus. Ephesus was a veritable launching […]

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Philippians Commentary, Summary, and Key Verses

by Jack Wellman

Philippians Commentary This is one of Paul’s shortest letters and one of the smallest books in the New Testament but there are such powerful teachings in this little dynamo.  What was Paul’s purpose in writing the book of Philippians?  He wanted to thank this church for their gift of love.  How amazing that he wanted […]

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