In our Focal Scripture, in order for the scriptures to be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I thirst”. That matter of thirst may have been essentially insignificant, it was one word that didn’t need to be fulfilled;
In our Focal Scripture, Jesus knew that all things which God wanted Him to accomplish had been accomplished. He knew that there had been a manifestation of whatever needed to be manifested. He knew the
Our Focal Scripture introduces the ten men that were lepers. The number ten represents divine order in biblical numerology. Notice that in the midst of what should have been divine order for these men, they
On Jesus’ pathway to Jerusalem, He passed through Samaria and Galilee. Samaria means ‘watchtower’. In bible times, there were watchtowers at the gate of cities. The idea behind watchtowers was to detect enemy invasion early
In our Focal Scripture, Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. Like we earlier observed, John saw a revelation of a New Jerusalem in his vision as recorded in Revelations 21. John’s revelation was referring
Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. In Revelations 21, Apostle John speaks of how the earthly Jerusalem was destroyed and a New Jerusalem emerged from heaven.
In John’s narrative, after the earthly Jerusalem was destroyed, a New Jerusalem emerged from heaven (see Revelations 21). The first Jerusalem was reduced to rubbles, but a second one emerged which was not built by
When Elisha prophesied about the abundance that was to return to Israel, the Syrians were put to flight and they abandoned everything they had in their camp. The Syrians originally came to fight against the