What do you believe about Jesus? The pathway to heaven is a single-file line, but if you have Jesus, then you have life! In the final chapter of 1 John, we learn to have confidence in the certainty of our salvation. And this road of joyful obedience is not burdensome, but it is love for God. This is a book to “whosoever” is out there, proclaiming that it’s really all about Jesus.
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.
In this study we looked at the answer to the question: what would we do if we had seven days left to live? We saw from 1 Peter 4:7-11 that we are called to do five things in light of the fact that we are living in the last days: Pray seriously, love fervently, demonstrate hospitality, serve effectively, and communicate Scripturally. We are encouraged as Christians to redeem the short time we have on this earth, knowing that the days we live in are evil (Ephesians 5:15-16).
In this final chapter of James, we study a wide spectrum of wealth and treasure. We read through warnings of treasure, treachery and transgression in these last days. Here we are called to patience and fervent prayer unto the Lord.
Tonight, we dig deeper into Titus 1 as we learn some background information about Titus, and Paul’s relationship with Titus. Paul writes about church organization and the importance of simplicity.
As we continue our study through Paul’s letter to Timothy, we see Paul talk to Timothy addressing the issues Timothy was having with his church. We find these same issues still apply today. Pastor Brett discusses how we can relate this section of scripture to our daily lives.
Today, we learn about prayer. Paul talks with Timothy about prayer, and we see an excellent Old Testament depiction of how we are to pray in Daniel.
In today’s teaching, we spend some time considering the life of Solomon and the lessons we can learn from his successes and failures. Mike takes us through some of the if-then statements of the Bible to help us in our decision making, so we can avoid the grave mistakes Solomon made. We also look at some of the positive if-then statements that can map out an obedient and blessed life with the Lord.
Studies show that many doctors today are overmedicating people. Men and women of today rely more on antidepressants and less on the promises of the Lord. This morning, we read some of these promises in Philippians 4:4-9.
As we continue our study through the book of Philippians, we read Paul kept the Philippians in mind, remembered them in prayer, and he had them in his heart. We learn how we should treat others in the church by the way Paul treats the Philippians.
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