The Prodigal Forgiven (Jeremiah 31)

The Prodigal Forgiven (Jeremiah 31)

Scripture reading – Jeremiah 31  Click on this link for translations of this Bible study. After recording the prophecies of the LORD’s judgment against Judah and Israel for their wickedness, Jeremiah 30 concluded with the Second Coming of Christ and the great...
The Suffering Messiah (Isaiah 53)

The Suffering Messiah (Isaiah 53)

Scripture reading – Isaiah 53; Isaiah 54   Click on this link for translations of this Bible study. Isaiah 53 continued the prophetic portrait of God’s suffering “servant” that began in Isaiah 52 with the account: “Many were astonied [appalled; horrified] at...
Redeeming, Enduring Love (Hosea 2; Hosea 3)

Redeeming, Enduring Love (Hosea 2; Hosea 3)

Scripture reading – Hosea 2; Hosea 3; Hosea 4 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study in Spanish, German, French, Hebrew, German, Portuguese, Chinese, or Arabic. Hosea 1 introduced us to the prophet Hosea who was commanded by the LORD to take a...
What Love Is This? (Hosea 4)

What Love Is This? (Hosea 4)

Scripture reading – Hosea 2; Hosea 3; Hosea 4   Click on this link for translations of this Bible study. * This is the second of two Bible studies for today.   Hosea 4 With the backdrop that is reminiscent of a heavenly courtroom, we read the words, “Hear the...
Hosea: An Amazing Story of Grace, Forgiveness, and Enduring Love (Hosea 1)

Hosea: An Amazing Story of Grace, Forgiveness, and Enduring Love (Hosea 1)

Scripture reading – Psalm 48; Hosea 1 Click on this link to translate this Bible study into Hebrew, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, French, or German. Today’s Scripture reading is Psalm 48 and Hosea 1. Our Bible study will be taken from Hosea 1. The Book of the...
“The Hand that Rocks the Cradle” (Proverbs 31)

“The Hand that Rocks the Cradle” (Proverbs 31)

Scripture reading – Proverbs 31, 1 Kings 12 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study. The “virtuous woman” is the subject of Proverbs 31, perhaps the most beloved of all the Proverbs because it addresses the most central figure in life apart...