Learning God’s heart [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 5]

Hey Christians, how do you feel about the Old Testament? Often we Christians find the New Testament to be relevant and easily applicable to our lives, while the Old Testament is foreign, difficult, often boring and long. All those laws, some of which seem bizarre or even wrong. They can leave us with a feelingContinue reading “Learning God’s heart [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 5]”

God loves roof fences? [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 4]

See the roof fence in this picture? It’s called a parapet. Did you know that God’s heart beats for parapets? Or does it? Does God care about that kind of thing? What does God’s heart beat for? Do you know God’s heart? What makes God’s heart beat? Even in ancient laws created for the peopleContinue reading “God loves roof fences? [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 4]”

Hunger is the best pickle? [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 3]

Hunger is the best pickle? Do you know what that means? Have you ever heard that saying before? Don’t google it just yet. Instead you’re going to need to time travel! Think time travel is not possible? What we’re going to discover today is this if you want to understand the Old Testament Law, youContinue reading “Hunger is the best pickle? [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 3]”

The OT Law is not for us [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 2]

Are Christians supposed to follows the laws found in the Old Testament? In part 1 of this series on the various in Deuteronomy 21-25, we saw that there are some very curious and bizarre laws, leaving us wondering why God would want his people to observe those laws.  Thinking about all the laws in theContinue reading “The OT Law is not for us [Should Christians Observe the Old Testament Law – Deuteronomy 21-25, part 2]”