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Hope for All the Earth

Understanding the story of the Old Testament

Mitchell L Chase

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Hope for All the Earth

Understanding the story of the Old Testament

Mitchell L Chase

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The whole Old Testament is the story of Jesus Christ, but it is so easy to limit ourselves to familiar verses, books, and passages, without ever understanding the full picture. We struggle to imagine where each book and prophecy and narrative fits into that grand story.

In this helpful guide, Mitchell L Chase takes us, step by step, through the whole sweep of the Old Testament, through its stories and songs, through its prophecies and promises, and shows us how each one points us to the coming Saviour, and God’s plan rescue us from our sin and establish his everlasting kingdom.

  • Title

    Hope for All the Earth

  • Author(s)

    Mitchell L Chase

  • ISBN

    9781913896850

  • Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    10Publishing

  • Topic

    Bible Reading

  • Pages

    64

  • Published

    01/10/2022

Overall rating

4.5 based on 2 reviews

Hope For All the Earth

New Christians often find the Old Testament hard to follow. This book will help them and others to see the big picture story of the Old Testament from Creation to the Angel Gabriel’s visits to Zechariah and Joseph

Stephen Ayre,

Hope for All the Earth

New Christians often find the Old Testament hard to follow. This book will help them and others to see the big picture story of the Old Testament from Creation to the Angel Gabriel’s visits to Zechariah and Joseph (Luke 1; Matthew 1). As well as a narrative of the historical events, we have continual pointers to Jesus as its fulfilment, which are also highlighted at the end of each chapter. There are also suggested Old Testament readings and so the book would work well as an introduction before the reader dives into the original for themselves. Inevitably the focus is on the historical books, with less attention to the prophets and hardly any for the wisdom literature, but the book succeeds in it aim of retelling the story of the Old Testament as it builds up to the coming of one who will crush the serpent’s head (Genesis 3.15), the hope of all the earth (Psalm 65.5).

Stephen Ayre

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