A Christotelic approach to biblical theology
“Moses: Servant Leader” provided Israel with leadership that would eventually find fulfillment through the Jesse Tree.
“Judah: Royal Promise,” a patriarchal blessing that pushes the royal promise forward even before the Jesse Tree took root.
“Joseph: God’s Providence” shows us one of the ancestors in the line of the Jesse Tree who believed in the promise of Roman 8:28 even before it was written.
“Assurance: Jacob’s Ladder,” tells the story of God assuring Jacob at Beth El, the earthly front porch of heaven.
“Abraham’s Obedience” in offering Isaac looked like the “Jesse Tree” would never even taken root, but God was faithful to provide a sacrifice.
“Abrahamic Promise,” a covenantal watershed that assures the fulfillment of the messianic hope that we trace through the “Jesse Tree”
“Flood,” a dramatic act of judgment and deliverance toward the beginning of the “Jesse Tree” story line of messianic hope.
“Original Sin,” the second installment in the Advent series of blogs on the “Jesse Tree.” The fall into sin awakened the need and hope for a redeemer.
“Creation,” the opening segment in the Advent series tracing the messianic hope through the “Jesse Tree.”
Chrysostom De incomp. 7:6
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