3.3 Bible Hermeneutics - Egypt's Locust Plague of Exodus 10 - Part 1
This week we will begin the groundwork for the Exodus 10 Locust Plague study that has been prepared But, this study will start out a bit different, as she demonstrates in a most fascinating way Biblical Hermeneutics (or rules) that are helpful for any kind of Bible study. The Locust study is a DAWN day study, so there will also be a bit of preparation for Part 2 of the study that will follow.
Question you should be able to answer after doing this study
- Does the book of Job ever hint at the fact that Job mixes “Yahuah’s instructions with the traditions of men”?
- In Isa 5:20, who were the ones that changed “light” for “darkness” and “bitter for sweet”? also what is this verse conveying?
- Can man change what Yahuah has created and placed in covenant? what do Job and Isaiah call people who do this?
- Natural law (which the animals obey) and order under Moral Law are what we are to follow. Are Yahuah’s Natural Laws as given to man the same as man’s laws & traditions?
- Hermeneutics: between Dawn Format/Sunset Theory … in Exodus 10 concerning the locust event, which one is correct? Give a short explanation.
- How many times in Scripture can you find: H216 and H3915? Give a brief definition of each.