Patterns In Scripture

Looking at thematic patterns is an essential but advanced tool for Bible study.

Before mastering these, it is necessary to understand what parallels, chiasms/concentric structures are. Chiasms and Concentric Structures  is a useful introductory presentation for this topic.  Last edited .

Download Patterns in Scripture to understand what a thematic pattern is and how to examine them. Last edited 5/19/15.

In addition to the above presentation, the following 2 pdfs were presented at the 2017 fotVA (Feast of Tabernacles Virginia) at Bethpage Camp Resort which was held by House of David Fellowship: Thematic Patterns and Thematic Pattern Handout. This contains the Pattern of Moses. Last edited 10/9/17.

The Following are examples of thematic patterns:

Did Moses murder the Egyptian or did YHVH give him into Moses Hand? See  Moses Defense . This was the original to the Pattern of Moses developed above. Last edited 5/24/15.

The Shadow of Phinehas  Last edited 5/19/15

Ezra and Nehemiah Here is a Bible study of the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. Last edited 2/23/19.  Take time to look at the thematic parallels I see so far between Nehemiah and President Donald Trump! Thematic Parallels of Nehemiah and President Trump Last edited 2/23/19.

What does Esther, Moses, Daniel, and Yeshua have in common with Zechariah and Revelation? It’s a pattern worth looking at. With Esther as a backdrop, this is a Bible study that will make you see the broad picture of what’s to be expected. Esther A Picture of the Bride of Messiah Last edited 5/24/15

Have the various interpretations of eschatology got you confused?  The beast of Revelation parallels not only the little horn of Daniel, but also Ben-Hadad of Syria and Hitler.  See Rise and Fall of Nations Last edited 5/25/15.

Be sure to see the New Moon Series under the Teachings tab. The first presentation The New Moon’s Significance is based on thematic pattern analysis. Last edited 5/14/19 .

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