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“History is His-story.”
Over time in my walk with the Lord Jesus, I’ve come to realize that when He said, “the scriptures speak of me”, He meant it in more ways than we have previously anticipated.
Very often we read the treasured scriptures as we would a magazine or a news paper, skimming through and reading our own premonitions into it. . . we easily lose touch with the message hidden within.
Today let me take you along the path of two brothers, Jacob and Esau. Within the famous story of this set of twins is embedded a typology of Jesus – the One who every scripture speaks of.
I have been asked by a few why I haven’t posted and when I will. I had to take a break… work things placing high demands on me. Will gist you about that later.
This December, I’ll do a little make up for the last month and then go all the way for this Christmas with “Seeing Jesus, (the Reason for the Season) in every page of the Bible.”
You’ll love it and how it would bless you.
“If a man cannot obey simple rules, do not make him a ruler… for he will draw crooked lines”.
~Dr. Tunde Bakare~
Frederick the Great of Prussia was walking on the outskirts of Berlin when he encountered a very old man proceeding in the opposite direction.
Frederick asked him, “Who are you?”
“I am a King,” replied the old man.
“A King!” laughed Frederick. “Over what kingdom do you reign?”
The old man replied with confidence, “Over myself”.