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“Two tablets of stone, a few vessels of oil, simple markings, a small army, a remote field, a solemn oath—these are some of the strangest people, places, and things through which God revealed himself to his people in the Old Testament.  And it is out of our study these stories from Scripture involving humble means that we see God foreshadowing the coming of his Christ, his Son, in flesh and blood to fulfill the promise he made to save his people from sin and death forever.” 

 
Thus reads the blurb on the back cover of the Bible study, Christ in the Strangest Places: Foreshadowed, Fulfilled, Forever by Reed Lessing.  During Lent, we’ll be using that as our guide in looking at some of the lesser-discussed stories in the scriptures.  Our meeting time will be on the Fridays during March.

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