One family discovered how deceit in covenant relations could carry over for hundreds of years and then through deceit see God honor the covenant.
Foreman, Ark. (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
“Honey from the Honeycomb: Sweet are the Words Spoken by God” (published by iUniverse) is the culmination of years of study into the Old Testament’s families after author Tadd Webber, with help from Millard Owens, began to question what he had learned about the Hebrew nation from the tongues of man.
Webber shows readers each of the prominent Old Testament families and how the actions of their personal lives affected the following generations. For example, Webber says, “One family discovered how deceit in covenant relations could carry over for hundreds of years and then through deceit see God honor the covenant.”
He also discusses a selection of parables and stories from the Old Testament that he deems as hidden truths overlooked by bibliophiles. With each discussion Webber brings a reflection and synopsis to help guide readers to come to their own conclusions. In this way, he hopes to show the effects on Christians’ lives by studying the history of God and His workings with the Hebrew nation.
An excerpt from “Honey from the Honeycomb”:
“Genesis 31-34 states that Shechem was more honorable than all of his brothers. This passage reveals that God does take notice of honor.”
“I see this book as a means of deeper study of the Bible and the ability to tie up scriptures for further enlightenment,” says Webber. “This will enable all of us to see how God deals with individuals in every walk of life.”
About the Author
Tadd Webber is retired and fulfilling his adult dream of publishing books about the Bible. He studied at the Institute of Jewish and Christian Studies and Liberty Bible College. Webber and his wife, Wanda, live in Foreman, Ark., and have three grown children, seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
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