The God of unconditional love, amazing grace, and imputed righteousness created you for His perfect purpose, for His pleasure. Whether you know it or not, the Lord speaks with a voice of many waters - in many ways. Join us in Revelation 4 as we learn what heaven will look like, and study God’s heavenly throne.
We finished Hebrews 13 tonight looking at the author’s dealing with several important issues in the Church of God. We were exhorted to let brotherly love continue and to be hospitable to strangers in the Church. Pastor Brett talked about the important of healthy marriage, particularly with the marriage bed and physical intimacy as God reveals to us in His Word the way he designed marriage and sexuality to work. We closed the chapter talking about several issues in the Church, from food, to corporate worship, to being submitted to the leadership of our local church.
As we continue to study Ephesians 5, Paul talks to the church at Ephesus about marriage. In our culture, more than half of all marriages fail. Tonight, we see that God has a plan for marriage. Brett delves further into the specifics of men’s and women’s roles in marriage.
In Ephesians 1, Paul praises the Lord in verses 3-14. He writes these praises while in prison, where most would probably complain about their circumstances. What should we do when we are upset or depressed? Learn the biblical answers as we look at Ephesians 1, in our through-the-Bible study.
As we wrap up the study of this amazing book, we take a look at John’s conclusion, which is all about Jesus and His soon return. May we live our lives with that hope that purifies us!
Tonight we study the most longed-for event in history — Jesus’ triumphant return! We take a look at what takes place beforehand in heaven and what follows on earth. What an amazing, glorious time to consider as we move toward the conclusion of this powerful book!
In 1 Corinthians 14, Paul discusses three things with the church at Corinth: speaking in tongues, prophecy and women in the church. Tonight, we see what the Lord has to say about these things and how we can apply them today.
Tonight’s study is a sober look at the seven vials or bowls of wrath that will be poured out at the end of the tribulation. There are some interesting correlations between this time and that of the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt - both in the plagues of punishment and in the rescue of God’s people.
This evening we finish up Revelation 11 with one woe still to come - the last of the seven trumpets. We take a pause at this scene and focus on what is going on in heaven where a great time of worship breaks out!
Romans 15 serves as a poignant conclusion to the previous chapters about our freedom. We take some time tonight to look at some Old Testament examples of people who gave up their own liberties to prefer others. It is a powerful reminder that we are blessed and the Body is blessed when we show selfless consideration to one another.
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