Category Archives: Christ in the OT

Jesus the High Priest

Hebrews is one of my favourite books of the Bible. It’s all about the High Priesthood of Jesus. It’s something that blows my mind: He’s a member of the Trinity, He is God, and yet Jesus takes it upon Himself to become … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Hagar and the angel of the LORD

I’ve been thinking recently about the identity of the ‘angel of the LORD’/’the Commander of the LORD’s armies’ who turns up quite a lot in the OT. There are times when he seems to be identified so closely with God … Continue reading

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Psalm 1 sermon

A 5-minute sermon on Psalm 1 that I wrote for a preaching workshop. I have to acknowledge massive debts to Paul Blackham and Glen Scrivener for much of the material. Psalm 1 1Blessed is the man[a]    who walks not in the counsel … Continue reading

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