Stained glass window depicting the prophet Isaiah in the cathedral of Dinant, Belgium. This window was created in 1821, no property release is required.

Isaiah—the Uniform Lesson for July 9, 2017

By Mark Scott In the first religious awakening of America, Jonathan Edwards preached a now famous sermon entitled, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” He took his text from Deuteronomy, and he pled for the people of New England to turn back to God. Centuries later the New Testament scholar, D.A. Carson, preached […]

Moses and the burning bush on Mount Horeb. This window is located in the cathedral of Brussels and was created in 1866, no property release is required.

Moses—The Uniform Lesson for July 2, 2017

By Mark Scott One of the great characteristics of God is his interpersonal capacity. He communicates. He called judges to rescue his people (last month’s lessons). He also called prophets to prosecute his people (this month’s lessons). “Prophets don’t prepare messages. Prophets are messages” (Spirit, Word, and Story by Calvin Miller). Moses is often viewed […]