We have in this passage the first battle Israel fights in the Bible. What are we to make of this kind of violence which God actually commands in the Old Testament? How we are to apply these passages to our lives as New Covenant Christians?
We get to see God (rightly) test the people and the people (wrongly) test God. What does it mean to be tested by God? How do we pass the test? What does it mean to test God? How can we identify when we're doing this and seek to change?
Jerry, Fred, and Mark walk through the second to last section of James' letter.
In Exodus 15 Israel praises God for His power and justice displayed in their salvation through the destruction of the Egyptian army. How is this event understood and applied to us by Paul in Romans 9? To grasp the point we must understand Paul's flow of thought throughout the chapter.
Paul saves his strongest rebuke to the Corinthian church for how they were misusing the Lord's supper. What are ways that the Lord's supper misused by us today?