The healing of the lame man served as an introduction to the sermon Peter was about to preach in Acts 3.
The jaw of a donkey is not a typical weapon one would use, yet Samson used it in warfare against the Philistines to bring deliverance to God's people. How might this typify Christ and the gospel?
God commands His people to come, reason, and consider the pollution of their sins. He also calls them to consider that regardless of the greatness of the stain of sin, He is able to wipe it out, as we see in Isaiah 1:18.
Who is the man of God that appeared to Manoah's wife in Judges 13 with the appearance of an angel but declaring "I am"?
The power of prayer lies not in the one praying, but in the mighty God to whom we pray, as seen in the account of Peter's miraculous deliverance from prison and death in Acts 12.
The nearer kinsman was unwilling to redeem Ruth, but Boaz was. Likewise, Adam (man) can't redeem, but Christ can.
Just as Jehovah is a God of distinction and difference, so should we distinguish between clean and unclean, and between the worldly and the godly, as we see from Ezekiel 22:17-31.
Jacob had left his family, land, and possessions, and was sleeping on a rock in the desert. But it was there God revealed Himself to Jacob in a dream and gave him a magnificent promise, as we see in Genesis 28.
There's seven ways in which the account of Ruth being invited to glean in Boaz's field in Ruth 2 typifies Christ calling a Gentile sinner to salvation.
There is a reflection of the church and Israel in the Old Testament account of Jacob blessing Ephraim over Manasseh in Genesis 48:10-20.
Rahab the harlot is a glorious picture of God's mercy and grace, as we see from Joshua 2.
When called by the Savior, Bartimaeus cast aside his garment, leaving behind everything he had, and came to Jesus, as we see in Mark 10:46-52.
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