Job had made a powerful case, demonstrating that suffering comes upon all people regardless of the righteousness of their behavior. However, Bildad the Shuhite refused to acknowledge—at least directly—the strength of Job’s case. Instead, he turned his attention to the distance that lies between God and all men, emphasizing the exalted nature of God compared…

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David’s words recorded in Psalm 110 anticipate the Messiah so precisely that his prophetic utterances from this passage formed the foundation of inspired arguments multiple times in the New Testament. As such, they deserve even deeper consideration and explanation because the implications of this single psalm offer powerful testimony to the truth of Christianity in […]

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Esther’s revelation  to the king of Haman’s perfidy and Xerxes’ subsequent command to have his former ally executed had addressed the root cause of the problem, but they had yet to address the danger formed by the death warrant still standing against the Jews (Est. 8:1-6). Esther’s plea persuaded the king so much that he…

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