OLD TESTAMENT OF THE BIBLE
Jesus of Nazareth
As delivered through
the Divinely-developed psychic instrumentality
of Dr. Daniel G. Samuels
during the years 1957-1961; 1963-1966
FOUNDATION CHURCH OF THE NEW BIRTH
Post Office Box 6, Williamsville N.Y. 14231, USA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Old Covenant and the New
The Foundation Church of the New Birth is a Judeo-Christian Church
1 The Way to Immortality.
2 Christianity's Failure to Preach the Father's Love.
3 The Lack of the True Grace of God in Christianity Today.
4 The True Fulfillment of the Law -- the Father's Love.
5 Abraham's True Faith and Righteousness.
6 The Misunderstanding of the Blood Sacrifice.
7 The Christian Rite Called Mass.
8 Jerermiah, the Suffering Servant.
9 The New Heart in the Old Testament.
10 Human Love, Prerequisite to the Appreciation of Divine Love.
11 The Father's Divine Love Foreshadowed in Joseph's Experiences.
12 Ruth's Trust in the Father's Love.
13 King David's Abundant Kindness.
14 David's Unshakable Faith in the Father.
15 King David's Forebearance.
16 King David's Love of His Rebellious Children.
17 King David, a Man of God.
18 King David's Praise of God.
19 David Expresses His Concept of God in His Psalms.
20 David's Second Psalm Does Not Allude to Jesus.
21 David Regrets the Injustices Existing in His Reign.
22 David's Views of the Afterlife.
23 Jesus Explains Psalm 18.
24 Church Sacrifices Explained During King David's Times.
25 The Twenty-Third Psalm.
26 Hosea's Awareness of the Father's Love.
27 Jesus Explains Hosea's Prophecies.
28 Jesus Studied Hosea's Prophecies.
29 Amos, First Prophet of Israel.
30 Amos and Hosea Were Obedient to God.
31 The First Isaiah, Prophet of Israel.
32 First Isaiah and the Assyrian Menace.
33 First Isaiah Declares God's Judgment upon the Nations.
34 First Isaiah's Struggle Against Social Evils and Sacrifices.
35 First Isaiah's Hope of an Ideal Kingdom for Israel.
36 Micah and Jerusalem's Aristocrats.
37 Micah and the Prediction of Bethlehem.
38 The Judgment Day as Visioned by Zephaniah.
39 The Righteous of all Nations to Be Saved.
40 Jeremiah's Ancestry in the Reign of Saul and David.
41 Jeremiah's Boyhood at Anathoth.
42 Jeremiah's Call as a Prophet of God.
43 Jeremiah's Early Sermons.
44 Jeremiah in Jerusalem.
45 Jeremiah Brought to Trial at the Temple.
46 Jeremiah's Conception of a Moral World.
47 The Burning in the Prophet's Heart.
48 Baruch and the Prophet's Book.
49 Jeremiah Attacks Social Evils in Judea.
50 Jeremiah's Letter for the Judeans in Babylonia.
51 Jeremiah and the New Covenant.
52 Jeremiah's Tribulations as an Anti-War Prophet.
53 Jeremiah's Ideal of Democracy.
54 Habakkuk -- Singer and Student of the Psalms.
55 Jesus Explains the True Meaning of Habakkuk's Prophecies.
56 Ezekiel Describes Exile to Babylonia.
57 Ezekiel's Prophetic Call.
58 God's Loss of Jerusalem Symbolized the Death of the Prophet's Wife.
59 Ezekiel Gained the Title of "Father of Judaism."
60 The Double Vision of Ezekiels Prophecies.
61 The Second Isaiah -- Voice of Liberation.
62 Second Isaiah, The Messenger of Good Tidings.
63 Second Isaiah -- The Prophet of the Exile.
64 Second Isaiah Wrote the Suffering Servant Songs.
65 Second Isaiah's Twofold Concept of the Father.
66 Jesus Further Explains Isaiahs Songs.
67 Many Christians Regard These Sermons as Prophetic.
68 Second Isaiah Preached Vindication of His People.
69 The Third Isaiah Models the Style of Second Isaiah.
70 Jesus Used Third Isaiah's Opening Lines When He Spoke in Nazareth.
71 Haggai Urges the Rebuilding of the Temple.
72 Haggai Instills Courage and Faith in the Rebuilding of the Temple.
73 Haggai's Revelation from God.
74 Zechariah, the Dreamer.
75 Zechariah Receives a Command from God, Himself.
76 Jesus, When on Earth, Was Impressed by Zechariah's Writings.
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