Moses

Jesus in the Old Testament

92. Elijah and Second Chances

In this lesson, Dr. Bramson examines the showdown between Elijah and the prophets of Baal. What was the outcome? What happened to make Elijah so afraid of Jezebel, Ahab’s wife? What happened to Elijah’s ministry as a result? Who else had a ministry that was cut short? When do these two figures show up again […]

Jesus in the Old Testament

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 […]

Jesus in the Old Testament

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 […]

Jesus in the Old Testament

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 […]

Chronological End Times

28. Power to my Two Witnesses

In this study, Dr. Bramson examines the two olive trees referred to in Revelation 11:3-6. By looking at the ethnicity, authority, and power described in this passage, Dr. Bramson suggests who these two people might be. In addition, by recognizing who was with Jesus during the Transfiguration as well as the nature of their ministries, […]