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Noah: The Man With God’s Plan

The story of Noah and the deluge perfectly illustrates God’s plan of salvation.

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Ruth: Ancestress of Jesus Christ

Although this period in Jewish history is one of immorality and rebellion, this beautiful drama validates all is not lost.

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Rizpah: Vigilant Sentinel

This noble woman suffers because of Saul’s transgressions, not her own. But she perseveres despite horrific obstacles.

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Esther:  From Rags to Riches

The book of Esther is not only an adventure story, it is the Word of God. It teaches us God is always in control.

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Apollos: The Articulate Alexanderian

Apollos is called a brother and fellow-laborer with Paul.

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Solomon: Romanticist to Pessimist

The life of Solomon serves to illustrate how bad decisions can ruin one’s future.

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Paul: His Character - by William M. Ramsey

To really appreciate how God used the Apostle Paul, it is necessary to sum up his life succinctly. No one has ever improved on this synopsis by William M. Ramsay.

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Saul: Damascus Road Revelation

Beginning with a flash of blinding light, Jesus turns the hard-hearted Saul into the beloved Apostle Paul

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Samaritan Woman and the Seventh Man

The Son of God was not afraid to place Himself in a racist and sexist situation. By meeting with the woman at the well of Sychar, He created an opportunity to demonstrate the total absence of ethnic or gender bias on His part.

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Jesus: His Dynamic Characteristics

The Lord Jesus is the most phenomenal individual in world history. His legacy does not just survive—it thrives. Jesus stands alone in history as Truth Incarnate. His popularity two millennia after His resurrection can only be explained by the fact He lives today.

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