33. Ungrateful

UNGRATEFUL One of life’s pleasures, is discovering new things. It produces a happy feeling of accomplishment. Let me start with the Biblical site of Tadmor, modern Aleppo. People come from all over the world to see the desert sunrises and sunsets. Voices of calm speak to you when you see the sun sets. I often […]

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32. Tyre

TYRE One of my favourite archaeological destinations is Lebanon. In the north you have the huge cedar trees. This is where many of the great rulers of antiquity like Nebuchadnezzar, Thutmosis III, Sennecherib and Solomon got their wood. In the south you can visit the tomb of the famous king Hiram who was a friend […]

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31. Typology Of Moses – Part 2

TYPOLOGY – MOSES 2 In our previous talk we looked at the keys Jesus gave us to understand the Old Testament. We call it typology. The priests, the prophets and the kings of the Old Testament were types of Christ, the Antitypical Priest, Prophet and King. Today we are going to search the Bible concerning […]

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30. Typology of Moses – Part 1

TYPOLOGY – MOSES 1 The study of the typology of Moses is inspiring. It helps the student to see Jesus in a new fresh and meaningful light. Abraham was called twice to leave Mesopotamia. The first call was to come out of Babylonia, out of Ur of the Chaldees. He had to say goodbye to […]

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32. Nebuchadnezzar

NEBUCHADNEZZAR For many years I have been looking for a very specific inscription of Nebuchadnezzar. I knew it was at a place called Nahr el Kelb. “The river of the dog.” I found inscriptions of Assyrian kings like Esarhaddon and Egyptian kings like Tutmosis III but could not find one of my favourate heros, Nebuchadnezzar. […]

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29. Moses – Part 14

MOSES – 14 Maybe you had the same experience with some of your children that Akhenaten and Nefertiti had with theirs. They were brought up as monotheists, worshippers of the only true Creator God. But when their parents died they reject the faith or their fathers. Let me continue with the story of this interesting […]

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28. Moses – Part 13

MOSES 13 If you need a good thrill, a healthy thrill, read the Bible in the light of archaeology. If you do it, you will appreciate God’s Word much more. As you study the Bible you will feel like kneeling down and worship Him as did the ancients in this Egyptian relief. We are rapping […]

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27. Moses – Part 12

MOSES – 12 I Must tell you that it is quite an experience to visit the Egyptian museum in Berlin and look at this beautiful queen. It is impossible to only take one picture of her. You have to photograph her from all positions. Before showing the secret of a happy marriage, we have to […]

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26. Moses – Part 11

MOSES – 11 The next pharaoh, second oldest son of Amenhotep II is called Thutmosis IV. Archaeology has uncovered an Egyptian lie that confirms the Biblical truth of the death of the Pharaoh’s first born son during the tenth plague. Egyptian history never would have recorded the fact that a God more powerful than their […]

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25. Moses – Part 10

MOSES – 10 Every time I visit the tomb of Thutmosis III and think of the marvellous ways in which God delivers people. This pharaoh wanted to destroy the people of God but in the process he destroyed himself. And now we come to the next pharaoh. History calls him Amenhotep II. The record tells […]

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