We’re going to examine a warning in Scripture Most of us don’t like to be admonished, however there are two good reasons for considering this particular warning. First, writers of Scripture including Moses, David, Paul and the unknown...
Category: Bible Studies
Difficult times are coming for Christians.This Hebrews 12 Bible Study will show you God’s plan to help you handle any of life’s difficulties without defeat.
Brief consideration of author, date, purpose, structure and style as well as complications that have led to misunderstanding this powerful sermon.
Remember the 1981 movie “Raiders of the Lost Ark”? The story was fiction but the existence of that box called The Ark is not. Around 3500 years ago God is said to have prescribed its design to Moses....
Mary’s decision to take a difficult 60 mile hike with Joseph while she was 9 months pregnant when only males were required to go reveals an important lesson for all of us.
No, we don’t endorse cannibalism.When Jesus said God’s people are the salt of the earth He revealed an essential element in His method for drawing people to Himself. Unfortunately His words have often been obscured by poor Bible study technique and misguided church programs.
A highly structured world-wide organization led by an authoritarian hierarchy of leaders? An amorphous gathering of anyone who claims to follow Christ? Something in between?
If you’re confident you’ll be able to face whatever happens in the after-life, your evaluation by God may have a shocking twist when He opens His books.
Did you know the well known “Lord’s Prayer” was meant to be a character-strengthening test as well as a request? You’ll never say it so easily again if you grasp what the Greek text reveals.
What confidence do you have in prayer? A look at 1 John 5:14-15 shows that the Apostle John wanted us to know whatever we ask, contrary to popular thought, there are no unanswered prayers.
“For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus” is a familiar verse for many Christians. Unless we see who “you” was, we miss the powerful message God intended to convey.
King David shows how to lead when poisonous arrows of surreptitious enemies cause even your close advisers to give up.
Even before the meal began, Jesus criticized his host’s ritual. His lesson about traditions is something we all need to take to heart.
Every follower of Christ is called by the Father to share Christ’s crown of thorns. Or perhaps you don’t think there’s one in your size…
Jesus refusal to save Himself from the cross leads to a startling revelation about God and our relationship to Him.
What was the source and significance of this well known proverb Jesus used to start his remarks in Luke 4:23-30?
To improve the effectiveness of your group studies, stick to the basics.
Hebrews 13:20 mentions the “blood of an eternal covenant” which Christians readily connect with The Cross, but is there a deeper significance to this?
Interactive mind-map containing a work-in-progress analysis of 1 Peter.
Judas’ betrayal of Jesus set in motion a unique series of events unlike any other the universe has or will ever experience. Yet they were kicked off in the early hours of the night. Why would such significant events of history be kicked off in the deep darkness of night?