- While kings boasted
- An angelic interpretation
- Good news
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Introduction and Background
Why does Charles Wesley urge us to sing with the herald-angels?
- Jesus came to earth to reconcile us to God
- Jesus came to earth to relate to us as God
- Jesus came to earth to raise us to be with God
Will you be singing this Christmas?
- A New Beginning: An Ancient Purpose
- Promised Land becomes Holy Land
- Final Reflections on the book of Numbers
- Wesley: A Brand Plucked from the Burning
- Wesley’s Conversion #1: Holiness
- Wesley’s Conversion #2: Aldersgate Street (May 24, 1738)
- Wesley’s Conversion #3: Field-preaching to the unreached (April 2, 1739)
- Wesley’s legacy (and why he’s a dead guy worth knowing)
- Learning wisdom through a riddle
- If that’s the riddle, what’s the lesson?
- Putting wisdom into practice
What issues does Israel need to resolve if they are to enter the promised land?
- Zelophehad’s Inheritance
- The Whole Nation’s Inheritance
- Keeping the Law
- Balaam’s trap and Israel’s self-destruction
- YHWH’s anger, the zeal of Phinehas and hope for the future
- Warnings for us
- Year 10 Irish Class
- Balaam is Summoned (22:1-41)
- Balak’s master plan (vv. 1-20)
- Angels and donkeys (vv. 21-41)
- Balaam’s Oracles (23:1 – 24:25)
- Behold Your God
- Remember God’s power and protection
- Realise the extent of God’s grace
- Leaders make mistakes too (20:1-13 and 20:22-29)
- God’s timing and ours (20:14-21)
- Trusting God when trouble comes (21:1-3)
- Impatience, penitence and God’s provision (21:4-9)