It is good to be studying the Old Testament in-depth. In a book I’m reading for my Biblical Theology class, the author speaks of how helpful it is for Christians to look at the Bible of their founder (Jesus!) as it probably appeared to him: the Hebrew canon. And I like this quote from Bonhoeffer: “I don’t think it is Christian to want to get to the New Testament too soon and too directly.” I am so guilty of rushing to the synoptic gospels, or to a Pauline epistle. And if I do spend much time in the OT, I prefer the Psalms that appeal to my strong emotional-side. Now it’s time to get into “the depths of riches in this treasure-house” of the Old Testament.