“But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall walk and not be weary; that shall run and not faint.” Isa 40:31ESV
I will spend my life praising God for His faithfulness which is forever steadfast; for I can testify “…Ebenezer…till now the Lord has helped [me].” 1Sam 7:12 - Marilyn Delinois
Marilyn was born in New York and is of Haitian descent. She attended school in Port-au-Prince Haiti and completed her advance education in the United States. Growing up and attending school in two (2) countries has afforded her a unique educational opportunity and cultural perspective.
Marilyn is proud of her Haitian heritage and sees herself as “American by birth and Haitian by the grace of God.” She and her husband have been married for 46 years. They are blessed with four children (Nathan, Tania, Sabine and Pierre Jr.) and six beautiful grandchildren (Baylen, Amelie, Blake, Noelle, Leonie and Braxton).
To show that the much unappreciated and sometimes denigrated use of typology in Biblical exegesis is indeed an essential tool in sound interpretation and understanding of the Bible.
To provide a fresh and deep understanding of difficult to understand Bible passages.
To provide a Christocentric approach to Bible study and help readers to see Christ throughout Scripture.
To show Christians the extent to which God exalts His son, Jesus Christ, throughout scripture.
Church blog is coming soon.
Sister Delinois blogs regularly at www.marilyndelinois.com