The ten plagues is one of the most epic and detailed stories in scriptures. It provides a foundation for our understanding of God’s judgment.
The Bible speaks of the menorah, or lampstand, on three levels: one in the Torah, one in the Prophets and one in the New Covenant. Moses was commanded to build a seven-branched golden lampstand and place it in the Holy Place of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:31–40)…
The concept of prophecy developed in stages throughout the Scriptures.The early patriarchs had many direct prophetic encounters with God. Then Moses brought the prophetic experience to a higher level and became the “father” of the prophets. Moses prayed for all the people of God to be able to prophesy and receive the Holy Spirit (Numbers 11:29), but this prayer was only answered at the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost/Shavuot.
The story of Passover and exodus from Egypt plays a dominant role in the law and Prophets.
God's plan of redemption not only saves us from damnation, it also restores the damage that was caused by sin. We believe in the biblical principle of restoration. God made everything in the world “very good” (Genesis 1:31). Yet, Adam's sin and Satan's rebellion caused much