In Hebrew Gospel Pearls PLUS #27, Faithful Obedience, Nehemia and Keith discuss the “survival kit” that got Nehemia through his Orthodox Jewish high school, do a deep dive on the semitic meaning behind the word “Pharisee”, and read in the Prophets about the group whom Yehovah holds up as an example for us today.
The Book of Jonah
After spending the last two decades studying his Hebrew Bible, Keith Johnson has decided to bring everything he has learned to the surface in what he is calling A Deep-Dive Bible Study into the Book of Jonah. Get ready to go to the depths of the powerful and profound book of Jonah by learning the original language, history, and context so you can bring information, inspiration, and revelation into your personal Bible study!
On Thursday Night, May 19th at 7:00 p.m, we will launch the long awaited first episode of our brand new series titled: A Deep-Dive Bible Study Into The Book of Jonah!
This episode introduces God’s commission to Jonah, sending him to cry out against the great city of Nineveh. Taking special note of God’s statement that the evil of Nineveh had risen to heaven, Keith ponders whether, even in our time, evil acts may be reaching heaven.
“How Far Will You Go?”
In the third episode of our deep-dive study into the book of Jonah, “How Far Will You Go?”, Keith begins by asking if there is a way to avoid the things of God—a way to “exit the arena” where God is working. This verse tells us that Jonah arose, as God had told him.
“Getting God’s Attention”
In this fourth episode—Getting God’s Attention—Keith begins by asking, “Have you ever thought about how big God is and how small he can be in your life?”
“Ignoring God Won't Work”
In our fifth episode, titled “Ignoring God Won’t Work,” Keith uncovers a tale of two responses to a crisis—that of the pagan sailors and that of the prophet Jonah. He asks: When a storm hits your life, who do you cry to?
“The One and Only True God”
In this episode, titled the One and Only True God, Keith begins with the concept of “accountability.” He then proceeds to explain that the Hebrew text of this verse reveals that the captain of the ship urged Jonah to intercede with the one true God so that He would take note of their plight and
“Accountability Is Coming!”
This episode begins with the ancient practice of casting lots, as the sailors try to determine who on the ship is responsible for the storm. Keith asks, “When accountability arrives, what do you do?” Jonah undoubtedly knew that his actions were responsible for endangering the ship, but despite growing pressure, he was not yet ready