The History Books - Scripture Snapshots J.B. Nicholson
The History Books - Scripture Snapshots
J.B. Nicholson
1. Introductions to the Historical ... 4 MINS
2. Joshua 4 MINS
3. Judges 4 MINS
4. Ruth 5 MINS
5. I Samuel 4 MINS
6. II Samuel 4 MINS
7. I Kings 5 MINS
8. II Kings 5 MINS
9. I Chronicles 4 MINS
10. II Chronicles 4 MINS
11. Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther 4 MINS
Joshua–Esther are known as the historical books, although their main purpose is to provide examples of people and their relationships with the Lord, whether good or bad, and His overarching grace. The books cover about 1,000 years, recounting the conquest and settlement of the Jews in the Promised Land, the transition from local rule by judges to national rule by Kings Saul, David and Solomon; then the division of the nation into northern and southern factions called Israel and Judah; the destruction of the northern kingdom and the captivity and return of the southern kingdom, setting the stage for the coming of God’s Messiah.
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J.B. Nicholson
God's Word is both timeless (Jn 6:68) and timely, fitting every occasion (Mt 4:1-11). Here is a series of short videos that present some of God's timeless truths intended to encourage you, whatever circumstance you may be facing. 
1. New Year's Resolution 3 MINS
2. Portrait of Glory 5 MINS
3. Risen 10 MINS
4. The Love Strategy 6 MINS
5. When You Feel So Small 4 MINS
6. You Can Be Sure 4 MINS
J.B. Nicholson
What will Heaven be like? Who will be there? What will we do? Here are four glorious glimpses of that City whose builder and maker is God. 
1. Part 1 6 MINS
2. Part 2 6 MINS
3. Part 3 6 MINS
4. Part 4 10 MINS
J.B. Nicholson
Short, powerful gospel presentations that can be shown in any setting. 
1. Why your Good Works Won't Save ... 6 MINS
2. Someone's at the Door 7 MINS
3. God is NOT a Monster 7 MINS
4. Power Over Evil 9 MINS
5. A Modern-DayDelilah 6 MINS
Introducing the Minor Prophets: These twelve often-neglected books at
the end of our Old Testament are actually rich with meaning. Does God
care when we don’t care about the disadvantaged in society? Does He
notice when our worship is half-hearted? Will He somehow override the
principle that what we sow we reap? Like the people of Israel, we ignore
these messages from God at our own peril. But there is mercy for those
who hear His voice and who hope for a New Day when Messiah comes
1. Introduction 3 MINS
2. Hosea 3 MINS
3. Joel 4 MINS
4. Amos 4 MINS
5. Obadiah 4 MINS
6. Jonah 4 MINS
7. Micah 4 MINS
8. Nahum 4 MINS
9. Habakkuk 4 MINS
10. Zephaniah 4 MINS
11. Haggai 4 MINS
12. Zechariah 4 MINS
13. Malachi 4 MINS
The first five books of the OT are sometimes called the “Pentateuch” (Greek meaning “five-volumed”) after the Jewish term, “the five-fifths of the law.” The Jews call it “Torah” (meaning “instruction”) but the most common biblical name is the Law or the Law of Moses. These five books are foundational for the rest of the Bible, and our Lord and the New Testament writers constantly refer to them. They explain the origin of the universe, the tragedy of fallen humanity, the promise of a Savior, and God’s strategy in selecting Abraham and his family to be the flawed but effective instruments in His wonderful rescue plan.
1. Introduction to the Pentateuch 4 MINS
2. Genesis 4 MINS
3. Exodus 5 MINS
4. Leviticus 4 MINS
5. Numbers 4 MINS
6. Deuteronomy 4 MINS
These five OT books—Job through Song of Songs—are the heartbeat of faith. Here we get inside the saints of old and think their thoughts and feel their emotions. But more, we also discover the heart and mind of God as He intimately interacts with them—and with us, as we join these believers from other ages around the Throne.
1. Introducing the Poetry Books 5 MINS
2. Job 5 MINS
3. Psalms Part 1 5 MINS
4. Psalms Part 2 5 MINS
5. Proverbs 4 MINS
6. Ecclesiastes & The Song of ... 7 MINS
Prophets were not people-pleasers. They spoke for God at all costs. “This is a rebellious people, lying children,” declared the Lord through Isaiah (30:9) — definitely not a way to make friends and influence people. But popularity was not the priority for these four men — Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. They called the people to repentance, to turn back to the Lord. Sadly, God's message was ultimately rejected, resulting in the collapse of Israel and Judah. But in the midst of those dark days, these major prophets stood up and communicated divine truths about a coming Savior and His everlasting Kingdom of love, joy, and peace!
1. Introducing the Major Prophets 4 MINS
2. Isaiah 5 MINS
3. Jeremiah Part 1 4 MINS
4. Jeremiah Part 2 4 MINS
5. Ezekiel 5 MINS
6. Daniel 6 MINS
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