Missives

A collection of apologetic and encouraging notes for Christians in need of some power-boosts from time to time.

Patriarchal acts of faith in the promises of God at times left interesting records. Such is the case in the life of Joseph, who made the children of Israel swear, saying God will surely visit you and ye shall carry up my bones from hence.
At this particular season, Christians worldwide rightly celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is inarguably the decisive, defining event which anchors the hope of all believers.
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The people of God have never been popular, and at every turn, men have sought to hold (suppress) the truth in unrighteousness.
Nuzi, a mound 150 miles directly north of Baghdad, Iraq, was excavated in 1925-1931 by a joint expedition of the American School of Oriental Research in Baghdad, Harvard University, and the University of Pennsylvania Museum.
The Tel el-Armana (mound of Armana) lay halfway between Memphis and Thebes, and was the remains of Pharaoh Akhenaton's model capital city which was spoiled and left to ruin around 1358-50 B.C.
It is exceedingly rare to encounter ancient relics which provide a visual glimpse of Israel's past.
Archaeological findings and reconstructions from the ruins of Jerusalem at the time of Jesus and the Apostles is fascinating in its own right.
Two years ago, archaeologist Eilat Mazar was working near the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, sifting for finds in an area called the Ophel which dates to the time of Israel's monarchy in the 8th century BC.  She discovered two amazing bullae – baked clay impressions used to officially seal the owner's written communication. 
Jesus Christ is King over the entire world – as sovereign Judge, yes; as a Redeemer, no.