We come to the end of the book of Habbakuk where the prophet has had his questions answered, and now ends with a psalm. Even if all else fails, he says, he will rejoice in his God. Martyn Owens – Habakkuk 3
The tribes of Israel unite against Benjamin after hearing of what happened in Gibeah. And yet, despite inquiring of the Lord, they are routed twice. What lies behind this puzzling incident? Martyn Owens – Judges 20
We begin a new series on the short book of Habakkuk. The prophet opens with two questions he asks God about evil and a righteous God’s dealing with it. Martyn Owens – Habakkuk 1-2
We now come to a most horrific event in the book of Judges. This will be a display of the callousness of a Levite and the depravity of a city, and ultimately the lostness of a people that have forgotten God. Martyn Owens – Judges 19
As we come to the end of Nahum we find we have looked at a book that has but one focus: the destruction and downfall of Nineveh. There is no type and shadow of Christ and no Messianic prophecy. And yet we find that true to what Paul says, All Scripture is breathed out by…
After seeing the confused household of Micah and the latest addition to it — a young levite — we come to the next part of this snapshot of life in Israel at the time of the Judges. The tribe of Dan who have failed to claim the land allotted to them enters the picture, and…
Here is the message by Sinclair Ferguson from Ligonier’s Awakening conference that was recommended this Sunday.
The city of Nineveh, it seemed, had stood forever and would stand forever too. Long forgotten was the whole episode with a Hebrew prophet called Jonah threatening God’s judgment on the Ninevites. But the Judge of all the earth has called for a reckoning, and Nahum is his messenger. Martyn Owens – Nahum 1