We begin 2 Peter 1 understanding the why we should believe Jesus is God. Peter gives two reasons to explore in our study. Learn the value of an eyewitness, as Peter was witness to Jesus as God. Even more, the sure Word of prophecy throughout the Old Testament and New Testament being fulfilled – exactingly! Herein we are all sinners. “What think ye of Christ?”
Satan is real. So what do we do? Study with us a Biblical perspective on Satan and how to stand firm in battle through Jesus Christ. Learn from Peter’s experience with Jesus, and be encouraged in sound wisdom as we read through some practical tools to resist the defeated devil.
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!
In II Corinthians 7:8-10, we study the difference between repentance and regret. Paul talks about what it meant for the church at Corinth to be truly sorry and repentant, versus being sorry only for a short while and reverting back to their old ways.
In tonight’s Bible study, we learn about Peter and his powerful sermon after healing the lame man at the Beautiful Gate.
Tonight we learn about Pentecost and the giving of the Holy Spirit.
As we conclude the book of John, we read how Jesus speaks with Simon Peter.
We learn how the Word of God is illustrated as a sword in the Bible.
Today we continue our study through Mark 14. Pastor Brett talks about how when we fail, Jesus forgives and redeems us.
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