Taking the Epistle

A biblical journey through the epistles

02 – OT Historical

OT Historical (Joshua-Esther)

Hello and welcome to the page of TTE (Taking the Epistle) which houses an ordered list of our Bible studies verse by verse through the Bible. This blog was set up as a personal journey for the author reading through the epistles and I plan to do studies as the LORD leads, it may end up being verse by verse, it may end up being a more topical study as required.

In this section called “historical” I have divided the bible into the books of the bible to allow easier access to the studies. When the studies are active the pages will hyperlink. You can also get to these pages through the drop down menu at the top of the page. If you click on the links it will give you a list within that category of the bible with a date and list of verses.

The historical section is the part of the bible that begins with the book of Joshua and starts with the Children of Israel on the verge of the promised land and covers some history and goes all the way to the book of Esther and many passages point towards the coming Messiah .

Here are the studies below and if you wish to peruse one of the studies then please click on the links below.

OT Historical (Joshua-Esther)

Joshua had BIG shoes to fill – Joshua 1:1-8 – July 12th 2016


Have a blessed Shavuot all my Jewish friends – Ruth 1:16 – June 4th 2014

1st Samuel

2nd Samuel
TTE Advent Calendar Day Eight – 2nd Samuel 7:11-13 – December 8th 2014

1st Kings

2nd Kings

1st Chronicles

2nd Chronicles
Remember D-Day from a former Royal Engineer – 2nd Chronicles 7:14 – June 6th 2014
Trump vs Clinton/Sanders America gets the choice that it has chosen – 2nd Chronicles 7:14 – May 6th 2016

Don’t stop repenting – Nehemiah 9:1-38 – September 9th 2015

Purim and its relevance to Christians – Esther 9:17-24 – March 14th 2014

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