Are we striving for things that won’t last? Life is but a vapor, wouldn’t you rather have a crown that will last for eternity? Today, we see 6 heavenly crowns of the New Testament, why they are given, and why they should be of interest to us. We are saved by God’s grace through faith, not by our works. But believer, don’t grow weary in well-doing; run the race to get the prize!
“Righteous Lot” the Word declares, of the man who lingered in Sodom and Gomorrah. Study with us the story of a vexed man, saved by the righteousness of God. Still today, how easy it is to let our vision adjust to the ways of the world. Learn four ways we can flee sin and destruction, escaping to the Mountain. As we read about the justness of the Lord, we see a merciful picture of Jesus’ return.
How do you respond to the Bible? Do you ‘cash-in’ on the overflowing richness of the Word of God? Study through 2 Peter 1 as we read to have faith like Peter. Such faith begins with a knowledge of Jesus Christ. Learn a fruitful and practical progression in diligence, leading to charity in addition to our faith. Behold a bigger picture, realizing the everlasting Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Tonight, we wrap up 1 Thessalonians and continue our study of end times. Pastor Brett speaks on why the rapture needs to happen, and he discusses the 22 commandments we see in 1 Thessalonians 5.
In 1 Corinthians 1, we learn the folly of empty religiosity. Pastor Brett teaches on how we display acceptance, how we convey righteousness and how we relay convictions. Today we remember it is the Lord’s kindness that leads to repentance.
Romans 9, 10 and 11 delve further into the answer to the question: What must one do to be saved? In Romans 10, we see that Paul talks about the reasons why people reject salvation, the reality of their rejection and the results of their rejection.
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.
How do we as believers deal with our sin nature? This morning’s study is an encouraging look at what it truly means to die to sin and live to righteousness.
The Lord gave Nineveh hundreds of years to repent and turn to Him, but in his righteousness, He sends Nahum to deliver a prophecy of destruction.
This study contains discussion of fundamentalist Christians, prophecies about Jesus, and more.
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