What are people saying about prophecy today? In a time when some of the church is trending away from Biblical prophecy, we look to Jesus to learn His wisdom on the matter. In our study through 2 Peter 3, we consider the fact that a quarter of the Bible speaks on prophecy. Do not be duped by man’s wisdom; the Lord’s Judgment is to come. Learn the saving grace and faithful love of the Lord Jesus Christ, and His return.
Tonight, we take a verse-by-verse look at Hebrews 5. We continue to see that Jesus is superior, specifically, to the priesthood. We see several foundational principles that every believer should understand.
Tonight, we’re reminded of a very simple, yet extremely important concept: God’s grace. Pastor Bryn illustrates this by studying King Manasseh of the Old Testament.
Tonight, Pastor Brett reviews 2 Timothy 2, where we see Paul give a “job description” of sorts to Timothy. We also begin chapter 3, where Paul discusses some of the things that we need to stay away from in the last days.
This morning, we continue our study through 2 Corinthians 8, where Paul talks to the Corinthians about what is good and expedient for them. Pastor Brett focuses on how to identify the problem, expose the after-effect and offer the solution.
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.
The Bible uses the concept of the foundation of a structure to illustrate how we should build our faith. In 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Paul discusses the importance of a solid foundation, how we should build and our reward in heaven.
Tonight, we continue in Revelation 9 and cover the sixth angel. The judgment that follows this trumpet is powerful enough to kill one-third of all mankind. Tonight’s teaching touches on many related themes such as imagery, the feast of the Old Testament and the correlations between this passage and the book of Joel.
As we examine the letter to the church at Laodicea, we find there are many similarities to the church today. This teaching highlights the dangers of relativism and liberalism within the church, which seem to be growing trends. What is the solution? We need to make sure Jesus is at home, not only in our hearts, but in our churches as well.
As we study through Romans 2, Paul presents his readers with a tough challenge. While we all have the tendency to focus on the outward, Paul reminds us that God is more interested in our hearts. In this light, none of us measure up, which makes the Lord’s kindness all the sweeter.
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