To those with biblically trained ears, it is quickly evident that culture at large has (without even realising it) embraced biblical terminology. For example the phrase “by the skin of my teeth” is frequently heard, but most don’t realise that it comes from Job 19:20.
By this point in our study of Exodus 32 you may feel battle weary from our intense confrontation with the subject of idolatry. We have been reminded over and over that we daily struggle with the temptation to substitute all kinds of things for God.
“Déjà vu” is a French phrase, which literally means “already seen.” It describes a “compelling sense of familiarity,” the sense that “we’ve been here before.” It describes the experience of feeling sure that you have already witnessed or experienced a current situation, even though the
This study will conclude our time in Acts 3 (although the events of Acts 4 are rooted in this chapter). I trust that our time in this study will once again encourage you concerning the difference that Jesus has made in this world, that He