Tag Archives: Joseph

“According to the Law of Moses” — Why it Matters

In my previous post, “According to the Law of Moses,” I mentioned the sub-theme running through the chapter after it records that “the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God….”  Luke, writing under the direction of the Holy Spirit, repeatedly emphasised … Continue reading

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The “Ghost” of Christmas Articles Past

Based on what WordPress is telling me about what people are searching for, Christmas is still a hot topic, both the question as to whether or not we can/should celebrate Christmas, but also questions about Joseph and the genealogies of … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season….

…for people to tell others they should or shouldn’t celebrate Christmas.  So I’ll restate — the Bible does not tell us to celebrate Christmas, but does give sound Biblical basis for us to do so if we wish.  In the … Continue reading

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The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies

This is the first post summarising (with some additions) a discussion in the comments of an earlier post from two years ago (which I’ve just reposted).  The comments delved into some of the interesting features of the genealogies of Christ … Continue reading

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Repost — Eight More Thoughts on Joseph

This is the third (and last) repost of the three articles I wrote on Joseph two years ago.  Original article.  (I am still struggling with some health problems, so may not post much in the next week or so.)

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Repost — Another Quick Thought on Joseph

Did Joseph know, when he took his wife, that he was taking on himself an early death? Continue reading

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Repost — “Minded to Put Her Away Privily”

This verse tells us that Joseph was “a just man”, but that does not mean he was a hard man. Continue reading

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