Here are some articles I and others have written.
These are Biblical studies that should shed some light on what the Bible actually says, and thus what God expects us to believe and do. If you are not familiar with the what I believe or why, you may want to read “What I believe” first.
WHAT I BELIEVE, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2011 View PDF – 2 pages
A basic overview of my beliefs.
SEEK FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD, AND HOW TO BUILD A HOUSE, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2011 View PDF – 6 pages
This was written as a very introductory article for those who are new to studying the Bible on their own and introduces a few of the concepts that the Bible teaches, yet escape what mainstream Christianity teaches.
GOD’S APPOINTED TIMES AND THE MEANING OF LIFE, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2012 View PDF – 11 pages
This article introduces God’s Appointed Times and their meanings as set forth in the patterns of scripture.
THE EXODUS JOURNEY THROUGH THE APPOINTED TIMES, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2012 View PDF – 32 pages
A more in-depth study of the Appointed Times, or Holy Days of God, as seen through the lens of the first year of Israel’s Exodus Journey.
PURITY, THAT YOU MAY DISTINGUISH BETWEEN HOLY AND UNHOLY AND CLEAN AND UNCLEAN, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2015 View PDF – 10 pages
Where did the concepts of clean and unclean come from? What makes something one or the other? This study goes into the reasons behind uncleanness, not a list of what you should or shouldn’t be doing.
THE SIGNS OF CHRIST , by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2010 View PDF – 22 pages
Have you every wondered why many of Christs miracles are referred to as “signs”? This study takes an in depth look at the seven miracles in the book of John that are referred to as such. These miracles truly are signs that point to future events and the very nature of Christ Himself. It also links each sign with the seven “I am” statements in John.
PARALLELS IN RUTH, by Jeffrey Weitzel, 2008 View PDF – 2 pages
The book of Ruth is very much a real-life parable about Pentecost and the Bride of Christ. The parallels of name meanings as well as settings are remarkable. I would love to expand on this study someday, but for now this overview should get you thinking. For a more in-depth article on the meaning of Pentecost, see Brian Convery’s article “Pentecost and all it’s fullness”.