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Seeing Christ in the Old Testament - God Has Spoken, vol. I - (part one)
Seeing Christ in the Old Testament - God Has Spoken, vol. I - (part one)

In this volume, the Old Testament books from Genesis to the Song of Songs are briefly discussed, with special attention to seeing Christ in His fullness.



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Author: Stephen Kaung
ISBN: 978-0-935008-94-4
eBook ISBN: 978-1-937713-91-1

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"The word of God is living and operative" (Hebrews 4:12a). It is "living" and not just letter because it gives life. The Scriptures are "operative" because they contain not only theological ideas to be pondered but also spiritual realities to be experienced. For "every scripture is divinely inspired [God-breathed], and profitable for teaching, for conviction, for correction, for instruction in righteousness; that the man of God may be complete, fully fitted to every good work" (II Timothy 3:16-17).
"Ye search the scriptures," said the Lord Jesus Christ, "for ye think that in them ye have life eternal, and they it is which bear witness concerning me; and ye will not come to me that ye might have life" (John 5:39-40). It behooves us, therefore, to diligently read the Bible and meditate on it.
To encourage God's people to study God's word, brother Stephen Kaung delivered a series of messages on the sixty-six books of the Bible. Commencing in 1983, each Lord's day the survey of one book was shared from the New Testament; and a similar sharing from the Old Testament commenced in 1986. Each message is merely a panoramic view of each book of the Bible; a tasting of the sweetness of God's word. The aim is to provide the saints with some basic understanding in their search of God's word. These being spoken messages, no acknowledgement of the names of the many commentaries consulted is indicated.
This survey of the Holy Bible will be published as Volume I and Volume II under the overall title of God Has Spoken: with Volume I bearing the subtitle, Seeing Christ in the Old Testament, and consisting of two physical volumes, Part One (Genesis to Song of Songs) and Part Two (Isaiah to Malachi); and Volume II bearing the subtitle, Seeing Christ in the New Testament. May God use these volumes to increase our love for His word.

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5 of 5 Packed full of things you need to know November 29, 2019
Reviewer: R. King  
Thought it is not a verse by verse commentary it is packed full of things you need to know. That would end my comments if it wasn't for what was written about the remnant in the last chapters of this book. It may sound illogical, but I would start this book by reading about Haggai. Then finish the rest of the book. Then go back to the beginning if you have any doubts about whether you want to read this book. Do you want to be part of the remnant? Are you going to be part of it? Find out more about being part of it from this book and start your journey to truly serving God in a greater way! Oh! How it will challenge you to abide in Christ!

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5 of 5 GHS Series January 7, 2016
Reviewer: B. Wilson from TX  
(The) Seeing Christ series is in my opinion the best study material on the bible I've ever read. Stephen Kaung's sermon-type chapters are all about pointing to Christ. I've read hundreds of books but never anything close to the revelations that he shares in these books.

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5 of 5 God Has Spoken, vol 1 - (part one) Old Test. November 16, 2014
Reviewer: Linda Ford from Taylorville, IL United States  
I have only begun my reading of this trilogy, but I am grateful that I have been introduced to the heart and life experience of one whom God has so evidently touched.  

The author's analogy on new parents wanting to do nothing but talk and gaze upon the new baby of the family as a way to explain that God's focus throughout the Bible is upon his Son is profound.  Man is not the primary concern of Father God.  His interest with us is that we might be conformed into the image of his Son so that the Son may be gifted with a bride suitable for the one He loves. It is a message that we in the American culture need to hear.  We so often put ourselves at the center of things.

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