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Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience

Sent October 5th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience The American Journal of Biblical Theology. 18(41). October 8, 2017 Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter What is a covenant? It is a binding agreement between two or more individuals to do or not do a specific thing. Examples of secular covenants may include purchase contracts, service contracts, wedding vows, and wills. What happens when an individual disobeys the terms of a secular contract? They are of...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 16:1-27. God's Provision

Sent September 30th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 16:1-27. God's Provision Exodus 16:1-27 God's Provision American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz? My friends all drive Porsches, I must make amends. Worked hard all my lifetime, no help from my friends, So Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz? Virtually all people who go through life with an understanding that there is a God...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 14:1-31. Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Sent September 20th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 14:1-31. Between a Rock and a Hard Place Exodus 14:1-31 Between a Rock and a Hard Place American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV refers to a state where one is faced with a decision with two very unsatisfactory options. Often we find ourselves in these situations when we are confronted with sudden loss or a sudden change. Life is certainly dynamic, and with its joys and ti...

AJBT. Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover

Sent September 15th 2017

AJBT. Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover The Disciple's Bible Commentary. The American Journal of Biblical Theology Copyright (c) 2017. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. It has always been God's plan that man, the height of His creation on earth, would have a relationship with Him. God initiated that relationship by communicating with mankind as He spoke directly to the early patriarchs such as Adam, Enoch, and Noah. He communicated a plan of salvation that simply promised H...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 3:1-11; 4:10-17. A Reluctant Servant

Sent September 2nd 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 3:1-11; 4:10-17. A Reluctant Servant Exodus 3:1-11; 4:10-17. A Reluctant Servant The American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright (c) 2017. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter What is Gods purpose for your life? I it has been said, The two greatest days of your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. Attempts to answer to questions like, why am I here? have been a part of universal human culture for all of recorded history. For...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 42:1-7; 43:3-5. When You Need Encouragement

Sent August 25th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 42:1-7; 43:3-5. When You Need Encouragement Psalm 42:1-7; 43:3-5. When You Need Encouragement American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV When have been some of the times in your life when you needed encouragement? What sort of circumstances place us in need of encouragement? Life is often full of the dynamics of mountain top experiences that are punctuated by times we find ou...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study AJBT. Psalm 141:1-10. The Gift of Prayer

Sent August 19th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study AJBT. Psalm 141:1-10. The Gift of Prayer Psalm 141:1-10. The Gift of Prayer American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you are about to commence on an overwhelming task, a task for which you feel completely unprepared? We may experience this when we see our first child for...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 32:1-7. Amazing Grace

Sent August 12th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 32:1-7. Amazing Grace Psalm 32:1-7. Amazing Grace American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV It was the perfect crime. It was a beautiful springtime evening when kings were out in the field with their armies, regaining territories and borders lost during the winter months. However, this king decided to stay in the luxury of his palace and enjoy a respite from the many dutie...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 100:1-5. Give Thanks with Sincere Joy.

Sent August 4th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 100:1-5. Give Thanks with Sincere Joy. Psalm 100:1-5. Give Thanks with Sincere Joy. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter The American Journal of Biblical Theology Vol. 18(32) Psalm 100:1-5. Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands. 2Serve the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing. 3Know ye that the LORD he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. 4Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, a...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 146:1-10. Halleluhah! Celebrate YAHWEH!

Sent July 27th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Psalm 146:1-10. Halleluhah! Celebrate YAHWEH! Psalm 146:1-10. Halleluhah! Celebrate YAHWEH! American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV Any exploration of the book of Psalms is likely to turn into a celebration of Praise to the LORD. As we peruse the Psalter we continually encounter the Hebrew imperative, Hallel Yah, from which the English transliteration, Hallelujah is derived. Th...

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