In this study we began James with a short introduction to the book, its authorship and general subject. In Chapter 1 we saw James, the brother of Jesus, hold out to us the blessing of trials and temptations and saw how God uses them in our life to mature us and grow us in our faith. We were exhorted not just to be hearers of God’s Word, but to be doers of it, showing that our religion is genuine and not fake.
Today, we continue our end times series through 1 Thessalonians. Pastor Brett gives us detailed examples of things to be looking for as signs of the time for the Lord’s return.
As we continue our eschatological study through Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians, we take a closer look at the rapture as it relates to God’s timing. We look at different passages that discuss God’s plan for His people - the Jews.
In our culture, people are becoming more and more hostile towards Christians. This is something that the Bible predicts about the end times. As we begin our study through 1 Thessalonians, we learn what Paul says about the last days.
The text from tonight’s teaching tells a sad story in Israel’s history. As Bryn teaches through this passage, we learn about the consequences of sin and what our response should be. Even more important, is the beautiful picture of the Lord’s love and the great mercy He offers in providing us a relationship with Him.
This evening we start out the new year by taking a closer look at Bible prophecy. Pastor Brett discusses what has taken place in recent months with churches around the globe, current events and how it all relates to what the Bible says about end times.
This evening, we start out the new year by taking a closer look at Bible prophecy. Pastor Brett discusses what has taken place in recent months with churches around the globe, current events and how it all relates to what the Bible says about end times.
As more than 26 percent of the Bible is about prophecy, it is important to stay current with all of the happenings around the world. As we bring in the new year, Pastor Brett takes a moment to look at some of the events that have occurred over the course of 2011 which line up perfectly with Bible prophecy.
This morning, we begin Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus. He tells the Ephesians there is no need to worry, as God has everything under His control. This is a lesson we can glean from today.
This morning we take a closer look at our text in 2 Corinthians 6. Pastor Brett talks about the importance of not being unequally yoked in marriage, friendship or business.
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