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Jesus in the Old Testament

122. Ruth: A Love Story Part III

In this final lesson in the Ruth mini-series, Dr. Bramson discusses what a kinsman redeemer is. What does this have to do with Jesus? As it turns out, an understanding of kinsman redeemer is crucial for our understanding of who Jesus is. In addition, Dr. Bramson teaches about the Levirate marriage and the law of redemption. […]

Jesus in the Old Testament

103. Daniel #1: Knowledge Will Increase

As Dr. Bramson continues “Jesus in the Old Testament,” he begins a short mini-series on Daniel. A careful study of Daniel will answer many questions about the end times. It will also explain why there is so much misunderstanding taught. In this lesson, Dr. Bramson will explain why people could not understand certain prophecies until […]

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91. Jonah: a Miracle?

    In this lesson, Dr. Bramson teaches about Jonah, the prophet, who God called to go and warn the people of Nineveh to repent.  Instead of obeying, Jonah ran in the opposite direction, went through a perfect storm and ultimately landed in the belly of a fish. Was Jonah alive or dead while he […]

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90. Nehushtan

Hezekiah was probably Israel’s most obediant  king and led an amazing revival during his reign. During this time, however, people were worshiping the bronze snake made by Moses so Hezekiah broke it into many pieces. When he did this, he said, “Nehushtan!” Many people believe Hezekiah was saying, “This isn’t God. You are worshiping a […]

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89. Worst Prayer

Many people wonder how to pray. Is prayer a success when God does what you want? What should our motives be when we pray? In this lesson, Hezekiah receives the news that he will die soon, so he prays to God to let him live and the Lord added fifteen years to his life. What […]

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86. Virgin Birth

How can we know that Jesus is the Son of God and speak with assurance that the Bible is completely true? The answer has to do with prophecy. Prophecy is essential to the Christian faith. In this lesson, Dr. Bramson refutes the arguments against the truth of the virgin birth. Listen here

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79. David III: Psalm 2

As Dr. Bramson continues his study on David, he looks at Psalm 2: “Why do the nations conspire, and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and his anointed, saying, ‘Let us burst their bonds asunder, and cast their cords from […]

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78. David II: Psalms of David

When we think of David, we often think of his victory over Goliath, his affair with Bathsheba, and his son, Solomon. But there are neglected areas that are far more important than these historical stories, and that is David as prophet. In this lesson, Dr. Bramson looks at one of the most misunderstood sayings of […]

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Work Out Your Salvation

Geneva Chinnock For DrWalterBramson.com Recently at Threshing Floor Christian Fellowship, Dr. Bramson discussed the free gift of salvation. Afterwards, a woman raised her hand and asked, “What about where it says to ‘work out your salvation’?” The implication of her question was “Don’t we have to work for our salvation?” The passage she was referring […]

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72. We Want a King

After the ark returned to Israel from the Philistines, the Israelites returned to the LORD for twenty years, and put away their foreign gods. Eventually, though, Israel rejected the LORD and demanded a king just like all the other nations had. God, in the Law of Moses, had foreseen this rejection of Him and outlined […]

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68. Ruth

Why is the book of Ruth so important? Many people think of Ruth as a beautiful love story, but why is it in the Bible? Since this is a Bible study on Jesus in the Old Testament, what does Ruth tell us about Jesus? Very religious, orthodox Jews in Israel read the book of Ruth […]

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66. Gideon

In this lesson, Dr. Bramson discusses the battle between the invading, powerful Midianite army and the tiny Israelite army led by Gideon. Who was “the angel of the LORD” who spoke with Gideon prior to the battle? Did Gideon know who he was talking with? Why did the Lord instruct Gideon to reduce his army […]

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59. Rahab

Having finished the Torah, the first five books of the Bible, Dr. Bramson teaches about the two spies that Joshua sent into the Promised Land. How did Rahab know about the God of Israel? Next, Dr. Bramson discusses the movement of the ark, the priests, and the people into the Promised Land. What does this […]

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58. God’s Leader

In this lesson, Dr. Bramson ties up several loose ends before he moves on to the book of Joshua. First, what does Torah mean? Does Torah mean the law, the Old Covenant, or the Old Testament or none of these? What was the purpose of the law, the Mosaic Covenant?  Was it meant to provide […]

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57. Moses to Die

In Exodus 17, when the children of Israel were thirsty, God directed Moses to strike the rock at Horeb. Water gushed forth, satisfying the people’s thirst. Some years later, in Numbers 30, the people were thirsty again and the Lord instructed Moses to speak to the rock. Instead of speaking to the rock, Moses struck […]

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56. Feasts of the LORD

As Dr. Bramson continues with his series, Jesus in the Old Testament, he examines a passage in the middle of Leviticus that is all about Jesus. Leviticus 23 prescribes the festivals that Israel was to keep, from the selection of a spotless lamb to the Day of Atonement. Some of these festivals have been fulfilled […]

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54. Abortion

People often complain that the God of the Old Testament is harsh and cruel in contrast to the picture of God that Jesus gave us. Is this an accurate picture of God? Were the laws of the Old Covenant harsh? Looking at the context of who these laws were for and under what conditions they […]

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53. Shekinah

While the Israelites were in the desert, how did they know which way to go? Exodus 13 tells us that the Lord led them by a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night. What is the pillar of cloud? Where else in Scripture do we see a cloud mentioned? Is […]

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14. Ishmael

“Sarai, Abram’s wife had borne him no children…So Sarai said to Abram, “Go sleep with my maidservant.”  And Abram listened to the voice of Sarai.” (Genesis 16:1,2)  Why is this story significant?  What is the difference between helping God and obeying God? What were Sarai and Abram doing in this situation? What were the long […]