What in the world does the world mean? Better asked, what in the Word does the world mean? As we read in 1 John 2, study three clear meanings of ‘world’ throughout the Bible: the physical earth, humanity and a carnal spiritual system. From the Garden of Eden, to the desert where Jesus was tempted, and still in our lives today, Satan uses three major plays against us. Learn and practice what Jesus did to overcome each of the enemy’s plays. Let’s go as radical as possible to Jesus Christ, according to the Word and His perfect will!
As we continue our study through 2 Peter, recall the importance of searching the Scriptures for truth. It is not about what man says, but rather what the Lord says in His Word, the Bible. In this way, we learn to recognize and stay clear of deceiving doctrines, heresies. Focus on the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, running as far away from the line of worldliness, unto a steady walk with Jesus.
“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.
Today, Pastor Brett takes a closer look at Hebrews 4:14-16, where we see Jesus Christ as our great high priest. Pastor Brett gives us six examples that illustrate how God can be our great high priest.
Tonight, we delve further into the beginning of Paul’s letter to the church at Thessalonica, where Paul talks to the Thessalonians about the Lord’s return. Pastor Brett talks about Paul’s strong words to the Thessalonians about the “wrath to come”.
The new year is just around the corner. Usual New Year’s resolutions include losing weight or kicking a bad habit, but what if we make this year different? Brett talks about Romans 8:28 and discusses the story of Joseph in Genesis 42 as an Old Testament picture of a New Testament truth. What if this year, we make a resolution to put our trust in the Lord?
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.
In this passage from Acts 20, Paul describes how he ministered to the church at Ephesus. He sets a perfect example for us today as we are ALL called to be ministers of the gospel.
In this study we see three tactics Satan uses to lure us, and how we should respond with the Word of God.
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