The following articles are related to the topic of JESUS, JEHOVAH

The Theological Implications of the Trial of Jesus – Part 1

In the second chapter of the book of Acts, the historian Luke records a summary (cf. vs. 40) of the stirring gospel message delivered by the apostle Peter on the day of Pentecost, the birthday of the kingdom of Jesus Christ. A portion of that discourse reads as follows: You men of Israel, hear these words: Jesus of Nazareth, a ... read more »

Psalms 2 – Jehovah’s Anointed

In the second Psalm there is a thrilling prophecy concerning the coming Messiah, Jesus Christ. A topical consideration of these dozen verses might fall as follows. The rebellion of mankind is vividly described(vv 1-3). The nations are enraged that Jehovah and His anointed (Christ) asserted authority over them. (Notice that a distinction is made between Jehovah and His anointed; they ... read more »

Jehovah’s “Messenger” – An Amazing Prophecy

The prophet Malachi was the last of the Old Testament prophets, and the book that bears his name is the concluding document of the Hebrew Bible. His ministry is located at some point after Ezra led the second movement of Jews back from Babylonian captivity (Ezra 6), and Nehemiah's second return to Jerusalem (Nehemiah 13:6), thus possibly between the years ... read more »

Jehovah’s Righteous Branch

The prophet Jeremiah was a prisoner of his own people, confined to "the court of the guard" in the city of Jerusalem (Jeremiah 33:1). He had agitated the Hebrews by his prophecies of the coming Babylonian invasion, and the ravaging of the city of Jerusalem. The day would come, he declared, when the city will be filled with the dead ... read more »

An Attack upon the Trinity

No spiritual person enjoys taking issue with a brother in Christ. And far too often, such conflicts are unnecessary. Sometimes, however, they cannot be avoided - at least they ought not to be avoided. This brief introduction expresses my dismay - in considerably subdued fashion - with a recently-published book by an elderly kinsmen in the Lord. The title of ... read more »

Joshua’s Farewell Address

Joshua, the great commander of Israel, was "old and stricken in years" when he gave a presentation to his people near the end of his illustrious career (Joshua 23:1ff). It is likely that this was not long before his death at the age of 110 years (24:29). As he stood before the leaders of his spiritual kinsmen, he gave a ... read more »

Who or What Were the “Seraphim”?

p(question) "Who or what are the 'seraphim' mentioned in Isaiah 6:2, 6?" The English word "seraphim" is a transliteration of the Hebrew term serapim, a plural form of the root, saraph, which signifies "to burn." The root appears some 120 times in the Old Testament in various contexts in which different objects are described as burning (e.g., sacrifices, cities, etc.). ... read more »

The Middle East Conflict

There is an old saying: "No one can unscramble scrambled eggs."That cliche is true.And in no circumstance is the application of that quip more apropos than in the current Middle East conflagration. The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is a "scrambled" mess that has a meager possibility of resolution in the foreseeable future.The blood-thirsty Palestinians, with their Muslim background, would like to see ... read more »

1 Thessalonians 1:9 – Conversion – A Turning Process

It is an amazing thing that there are so many people who entertain the notion that conversion to Christ involves merely a warm feeling of trust in Jesus - without any real reformation of lifestyle from evil to good. It must be a comforting dogma, but it is without scriptural substance. The Thessalonicans are a case in point. When confronted ... read more »

Deuteronomy 18:15-19 — A Prophet Like Moses

Moses prophesied that the day would come when Jehovah would raise up, from within the nation of Israel, a prophet who would be like him in many respects. This coming prophet would speak divine words, and those who refused to hear his words would give account for such rebellion (Deuteronomy 18:15-19). One does not have to speculate on the fulfillment ... read more »