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PREACHING FROM AN OLD TESTAMENT PERSPECTIVE (1)
Victor M. Eskew
(II Cor. 3:11), they often believe that the churches of Christ do not believe church who despise any preaching from the Law of Moses since the law has been ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have faithfulness, His generosity, His longsuffering, His anger, and His wrath from
Second, Christ Son of God is manifest from Genesis to Malachi.
Third, we can study the narratives of the Old Testament and glean the bountiful harvest of Genesis 4, we see the difference in the practice God-ordained worship and man-made storehouses of lessons the Old Law provides for us.
Fourth, the Old Covenant helps us to understand vital principles that are also taught in the must practice both of these things to be right with God (See Eph. 1:13; Rev. can be saved from the wrath of God at the last day.
Fifth, preachers can take the Old Testament and preach about books, chapters, and verses found come to have an overall view of a book, the internal matters of that book make Moses (Exo. 3), Blessings and Curses (Deut. 28), The Contrast of the Godly and the Ungodly (Ps. 1), The Shepherd Psalm (Ps. 23), and The Suffering Servant seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom you will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the Many others could also be singled out.
These are just a few of many ways that the Old Testament can be profitably used by ministers of wonderful messages of the Old Testament.