📕 Remnant

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This study uncovers much new information that is not yet available to students of the Bible. Using ancient methods of searching the scriptures, and exploring linguistic clues in the original Greek and Hebrew text, this project has uncovered provocative mysteries that are embedded in the biblical text. To comprehend these mysteries and the method of drawing them out, this book will challenge you with provocative suggestions that will encourage your consideration and further study.

Dr. Anne Davis is a professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity Southwest University and Director of Educational Programs at BibleInteract. Her ongoing research has led her to the Hebraic nature of the New Testament, the intimate connection between the two testaments, and ancient methodology used by the Apostle Paul and other New Testament authors. Her work to understand methods that would have been in use during the first century, before the production of hand-copied books, has led to this and other publications that explain and apply these ancient methods. These books include Ancient Methods of Bible Study (instruction designed for beginners), All Israel will be Saved: Paul’s Midrash in Romans 9-11 (intermediate study), The Law is not a Curse: Paul’s Midrash in Galatians (advanced study), and Uncovering Mysteries in the Parables with Haggadic Midrash (a practical way to begin learning ancient methods of searching the Scriptures).What is Israel’s inheritance? What is Israel at risk of losing? In book 1 of thie 4-part series, join Dr. Davis in this fascinating study as she turns to Scripture to search for the answers to these questions. Dr. Davis shows us through Scripture that all God’s children are born to a special inheritance known as the birthright because God calls them His firstborn son. However, simply being born to the birthright does not necessarily mean that receiving that inheritance is secured. There is the possibility of losing that special inheritance because of unrighteous behavior and God will choose another son who is worthy. Dr. Davis finds that only those children of God who submit to their Lord as willing servants will be selected by God to inherit the birthright, and those chosen few are identified in Scripture as a remnant. Dr. Davis will lead us on a journey that includes an introduction to the ancient artistry of language in the biblical text, the inheritance of the birthright, and ultimately connects the inheritance of the birthright with a remnant. She then explores the concept of a remnant in Genesis 1-6, demonstrates how the biblical narrative often conveys prophetic messages of future events, and highlights challenging passages from the Prophets and the Writings that help us understand what God expects of those whom he finds worthy and their future role in God’s great Plan of Redemption.

Dr. Anne Davis is a professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity Southwest University and Executive Director of BibleInteract. Her ongoing research has led her to the Hebraic nature of the New Testament, the intimate connection between the two testaments, and ancient methodology used by the Apostle Paul and other New Testament authors. Her work to understand methods that would have been in use during the first century, before the production of hand-copied books, has led to this and other publications that explain and apply these ancient methods. These books include Ancient Methods of Bible Study (instruction designed for beginners), All Israel will be Saved: Paul’s Midrash in Romans 9-11 (intermediate study), The Law is not a Curse: Paul’s Midrash in Galatians (advanced study), and Uncovering Mysteries in the Parables with Haggadic Midrash (a practical way to begin learning ancient methods of searching the Scriptures).A Remnant of the Church is Part 2 in a 4-part series on the remnant in Scripture. It is vital that you read Part I first before beginning this second book in the series. The foundational principles are all explained in Part I: Israel’s Inheritance. This book will uncover a wealth of information about a remnant of the Church, meaning those who believe in Yeshua the Messiah and have received God’s gift of the Holy Spirit through their faith in Christ. You will discover that God is not treating believers in Christ any differently than He was treating the children of Israel in the Hebrew Scriptures. What makes this book on the remnant of the Church so compelling and provocative is that there are only two clear and literal references to the remnant in the New Testament. However, by listening for startling linguistic anomalies, which Yeshua’s audience would have heard, we will uncover a wealth of deeper meaning that points quite dramatically to the future role of the remnant and the ongoing preparation that is occurring today.

Part 3: The Remnant in the Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom

Book 3 in this 4-part series on the Remnant explores the significant role that the Remnant will play in the Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom. This study uncovers much new information that is not yet available to students of the Bible. Using ancient methods of searching the Scriptures, and exploring linguistic clues in the original Greek and Hebrew text, this project has uncovered provocative mysteries that are embedded in the biblical text. Speaking of these mysteries Jesus explained, “To you [disciples], it has been granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God” (Luke 8:10). To comprehend these mysteries and the method of drawing them out, this book will challenge you with provocative suggestions that will encourage your consideration and further study.

Book 4 is the final conclusion to a study on the remnant in Scripture that has taken me almost twenty years ago to complete. This final phase was driven by compelling questions about the end of time because traditional Christian theology was simply unsatisfying. The mysterious time following the Millennial Kingdom was especially enticing. When I began to tackle the prophetic symbolism of Israel’s annual festivals a roadblock virtually broke and I was flooded with new insights. Using ancient methods of searching the Scriptures, and exploring linguistic clues in the original Greek and Hebrew text, this project has uncovered a breathtaking understanding of God and how He is drawing all of His people into His righteous presence.

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