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.
Join us in 1 John 3 and study how God loves us. Take on the mark of a Christian as we read through practical ways we are called to love one another. We look to Jesus for help, growing in our understanding of God’s agape love, unconditional, for us.
Join us in the courtroom scene of 1 John 2:1-14 as we read Jesus the Son is our advocate with God the Father. Learn the meaning of sin and what constitutes salvation as we gain understanding of how Jesus took the hit for all sin and death, in our stead! Wherever we are in our walk with the Lord, be encouraged in the steadiness of knowing Him.
The Word of God is living and powerful. Will you read it? Learn of five life-changers you can receive by reading through the book of 1 John! Grow in an understanding of fellowship, joy and the Righteous One, Jesus. Avoid seduction and legalism, and take on certain knowledge of salvation.
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.
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.
We saw from James 2 how James was preaching and heralding the same Paul Gospel that Paul taught: that we are saved by faith through grace. James’ controversial words on faith and works show us that genuine faith in Christ always produces works that follow. We also saw that our words and profession of faith are useless without the substance of fruit verifying the our faith is indeed real and genuine.
This morning, we study Hebrews 10:19-25, where we see three “Let Us” statements given by the author. We are told to draw near, to hold fast, and to consider one another.
Tonight, we continue our study through Hebrews and learn that Jesus is…better! He is the anchor and hope for our soul, and our eternal High Priest who ever lives to make intercession for us.
This morning, we take a look at the many benefits that come from spending time in the Word. Rather than sticking to the basic, elementary truths about salvation, our lives are greatly enriched as we grow deeper in our understanding of scripture.
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