“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.” Though he himself was a Son of Thunder, we learn tonight from one who has grown to be the Apostle of Love. Practical lessons are revealed as John calls three specific people by name. Read through 3 John with us, and be challenged to disciple others in Truth, be aware of those who reject the Truth, and be encouraged by those who walk in the Truth.
We begin our study of 1 Peter by looking at the life of Peter. We learn how Peter was transformed from faithless, foot-in-the-mouth, fickle, fearful and flaky, into a bold apostle of Jesus Christ. Good news - like Peter, we too can be transformed through God’s gift of the Holy Spirit!
As we begin a new book tonight, we spend some time learning about the historical city of Corinth. Often called Carnal Corinth, the church in this city faced some serious challenges. Paul begins his letter with greetings to the church, commendations for the things they were doing well, a challenge to unity and encouragement regarding their position as believers.
In the letter to the church at Sardis, we find a message for the Protestant Church today. The church is warned about spiritual deadness and is encouraged to strengthen what remains. For us today, the message is clear - we must stay faithful to studying God’s Word!
Revelation is the only book that essentially says, “Read me!” There is a special promise for those who read this book. In tonight’s study, we cover a whole spectrum of topics about the book of Revelation, including the tribulation, the spirit of prophecy, the importance of the Bible, the trinity, names of Jesus, the heptatic nature of the Word and much more!
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