We Hear from the Prophets

The eight lessons of this course record the life-changing experiences of eight of God’s prophets. Careful study of this course and obedience to the words of the prophets will help you know how to submit to God.

Noah heard the voice of God. We will discuss in this lesson the experiences of Noah. We will learn why the terrifying storm came upon the earth, what God said to Noah. We will also find out how Noah escaped with his life as flood waters swirled all about him.

You can learn from the experiences of Abraham how to submit yourself to God and receive the blessings He has promised. God chose Abraham to be His servant and His friend. God did this in order to put into action His plan to bless all who would follow His will.

In the life of Joseph, God wanted to show us that He provides for mankind in the midst of a wicked world. He wanted to teach us to trust God and follow His ways in love and submission.

In this lesson we will consider one of the most interesting and important chapters in all of human history—the life and work of Moses, the first man to receive a written word of revelation from God.

In this lesson, we learn from David the steps to pleasing God. We can say as David did, “My soul finds rest in God alone—my salvation comes from Him.”

In this lesson we will hear from Isaiah. His special message to us is this: Salvation comes on the basis of divine grace and power and not by our own strength nor by doing religious duties.

John the Baptist was not a refined man. He was a rough man of the desert, clothed in skins and speaking in common terms. Yet, in people’s hearts, they felt a longing and a hunger. The listened for news of a promised Messiah, the Anointed One, the Redeemer to come.

In this lesson we will learn more about the mystery of this One whose name was Jesus. We will let Him speak to us through His Words, actions, and revealed truths.