PART 1: Deuteronomy 30 is the first evangelistic message in all the Bible. It’s only natural that Paul would use this famous passage in his letter to the Roman church.
PART 2: Deuteronomy 21 is clear that everyone who is hanged on a tree is cursed, which is exactly what Jesus did on our behalf. Find out what this means when you listen.
PART 3: What do you do when the Lord is silent during suffering? If you’ve faced hard times, you’re probably familiar with this trial of faith. Israel was, too, as they endured decades—even centuries—of silence and oppression.
PART 4: The Son of God—with all wisdom, power, and authority—became a suffering servant. Isaiah predicted it and Paul preached it. Find out what it means for you and me today.
PART 5: “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” These powerful words that Hosea wrote and Paul quoted communicate the truth that Christ’s victory over the grave signified the death of death.
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