Chuck Missler examines the authorship of the book of Isaiah, dispelling the common belief of mutliple contributors to this prophetic book.
Chuck Missler examines the fascinating prophetic book of Ezekiel, and what relevance this ancient Old Testament book might have for modern America!
Chuck Missler explores the rich insights into ancient Israel provided by the Old Testament book of Ruth, as well as many subtle prophetic passages.
Chuck Missler gives a brief overview of the book of Exodus.
Chuck Missler reveals the potential for a number of macrocodes hidden in Exodus, and encourages us towards deeper study of this second book of the Bible.
Chuck Missler examines the Old Testament book of Hosea, and the valuable insights it give us into the character of God.
Chuck Missler gives a synopsis of the life, ministry, and historical background of the prophet Ezekiel.
Chuck Missler describes the plagues of Egypt as insults to the multiple Egyptian gods.
Why did God have Ezekiel lie on his side for 430 days? How precise was God when detailing the length of the 'Desolations of Jerusalem' as well as the' Servitude of the Nation'?
Chuck Missler reviews a number of issues concerned in the book of Jeremiah; the Babylonian captivity, the curse on Jeconiah, Jesus' genealogy, and the destruction of Babylon.
Chuck Missler reviews the story behind Solomon's love story - The Song of Songs, and considers some historical views of the book, as well as the many valuable lessons it holds.
Chuck Missler overviews some of the amazing correlations between Joshua in the Old Testament and Jesus Christ in the New, along with other prophetic and symbolic lessons from this book of military conquest.
Chuck Missler takes another look at the inscriptions at the beginnings of many of the psalms, and considers whether some of them were originally not psalm *titles*, but the *subscriptions* for the previous psalm.
Chuck Missler overviews the story of Queen Esther, and begins to point out the hidden treasures this book contains.
Zechariah is second only to Isaiah in his distinctiveness and importance as a Messianic prophet. He focuses on the Day of YHWH, the return of Israel in unbelief, their passing through the Great Tribulation, and their deliverance by King Messiah.
An overview of the prophecies of the 'minor' prophets Joel and Amos, looking at the Day of the Lord, and the best and worst of the Northern Kingdom.
Chuck reviews four of the 'minor' prophets, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, and Malachi, considering the valuable, concise messages they each bring to us.
What is holiness? While the book of Leviticus seems to only apply to Old Testament Jews, this vital book instructs New Testament Christians how to appreciate holiness and appropriate it into their everyday lives. This is a book that must be studied!
Judges is essentially the story of a deteriorating nation"and it serves as a sober warning against deterioration in our own nation, and in our own personal lives.
Written by The Preacher, King Solomon, toward the end of his life, this insightful book argues that without God, life is meaningless - a chasing after the wind. But, with God in mind it all changes. God has given us precious gifts in life to give it
Together the two books of Samuel explain Israel's transition from loosely associated tribes led by local 'judges' to a unified nation led by kings.
These two post-exile books record the return from Babylon after its fall to the Persians under Cyrus, the rebuilding of the Temple and Jerusalem, and the reestablishment of the national life.
Chuck overviews the various issues involved in the Flood of Noah.
Not surprisingly, the New Testament authors mentioned Moses more frequently than any other Old Testament person. His concluding remarks after a l20-year lifetime have been handed down to us as the Book of Deuteronomy.
Chuck Missler introduces his newest commentary. It's the foundation of the Bible and of the world: Genesis!
Did you realize that there are at least three prophets in the Old Testament that were called specifically to prophesy regarding the Gentiles?
Chuck examines some of the promises and mysteries surrounding ''The Most Blessed Book of All'' The Book of Revelation.
'''Wise Up' and Live.'' A short message from Chuck about the benefits of reading the Book of Proverbs.
Numbers is really a book about arrested progress. In a sense, it never should have happened. It took only 40 hours to get Israel out of Egypt - the Passover. But it took 40 years to get Egypt out of Israel.
Chuck offers some highlights from the now available commentary on I and II Chronicles.
An excerpt from Chuck's book, Prophecy 20/20, concerning the central person of all history whom the Hebrews call the Messiah.
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Chuck Missler address how relevant the Book of Psalms is to our contemporary world today!
Chuck Missler discusses the book of Ezekiel.
Chuck Missler on his new teaching of Hosea.
Chuck Missler discusses Prophets to the Northern Kingdom.
Chuck Missler writes about his new teaching Prophets to the Gentiles.
Chuck Missler, President of Koinonia Institute writes about the decline of the U.S.
Chuck Missler discusses the Song of Songs
Chuck Missler goes over some interesting details of the book of Ruth
Virtually all ancient calendars were initially based on a 360-day year: 12 months of 30 days each. However, all calendars change in 701 B.C.; they all resort to adjustments to accommodate the current sidereal reckoning. Why?
I hope you take the time to slow down a bit and come to this Well of Living Water and find refreshment for your weary soul!
Unquestionably, Isaiah has given us our most indispensable Old Testament prophetic tour de force and it is replete with exegetical discoveries and hermeneutic treasures.
The Book of Ruth is a classic love story of loyalty and devotion, and yet it also contains some surprising insights that go far beyond the historical narrative itself.
We believe God has provided us a series of footprints that lead us through the Torah to Jesus Christ…
In Genesis 14, after the Battle of the Nine Kings, Abram encounters a fabulous paersonage who was both king and priest. Who is Melchizedek?