Friday, April 3, 2009

3 April '09: Bible Study Resources

I'm baaaaackkkkk! I've been away from doing a weekly, Internet Radio, Bible study show and blog for too long.

My health is a bit better, so there's no excuse for me not to honor the Lord by sharing what I'm studying about the Bible.

At times I didn't think I should do this show as I thought, "Who really wants to listen to this?" Based on the emails I've received and the numerical count of listeners, it became clear to me that people are listening. And if just one person benefits from what I share about my personal Bible study, then that's a blessing.

I hosted my first show of 2009 at 11 a.m., 3 April 2009 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time at:

On today's show we discussed the following items:

--The church I attend, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, has a new design:


--Palm Sunday is this Sunday, 5 April. I read a passage from the International Bible Society's Web site about Palm Sunday: Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem based on Mark 11:1-11


--Pastor David Jeremiah's sermon series on the book of Daniel called, "The Handwriting on the Wall"

You can visit Pastor Jeremiah's archive to listen to the series, which I believe began on Feb. 20:

--David Jeremiah's main Web site is:


--A fellow Christian blogger, Pastor Ann has asked other show hosts to dedicate a show to the issue of Repentance during the week of April 5.

You can listen to Pastor Ann's show at:


--In my personal Bible study I'm reading the Old Testament from start to finish. I'm currently in the Book of Numbers, Chapter 6, which talks about the Nazarites, who made a vow of separation to the Lord.

--The Bible search engine,, I use has a commentary about the Nazarites.

--I've found the commentaries and outlines provided by Thru the Bible with Dr. James Vernon McGee to be quite useful.

--I wanted to close the show with the reading of the King James Version of Numbers 6:22-27, but forgot to do so, but you can read it and consider it my closing remarks to you! : )


Until our next show, on Thursday, 9 April, have a blessed week.

Your Brother-in-Christ,

Steve Kendall