Jesus claimed some absolutely extraordinary things. Christians are so familiar with them that we often take them for granted. Let’s take a look back and see just how amazing some of these things are.
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Jesus’ care for His people and His great mercy are shown in this famous, life-changing event for Saul the persecutor.
A look at Juneteenth, Emancipation Day, and the gospel call of freedom to the captives intersect, and how those dedicated to Emancipation viewed it as the Lord’s work.
Rick takes us to Gen. 10 to study lessons we can use from the events so long ago.
Matt takes us through a consideration fo the meaning and some applications of Jesus’ teaching that the Father seeks those who worship Him “in Spirit and in Truth.”
The prophets saw great things. We are a part of, but expect even greater things to come.
Jesus asked them what they were discussing. They stayed quiet because they were ashamed because they’d be contending with each other over who was greatest. So Jesus taught them the better way of humility.
To whom do we bow the knee? Who is our Lord? It is Jesus and Him alone. This fact orders our lives and all that we do.
Three times Jesus questioned Peter on whether he loved Him or not. Peter was grieved, but answered each time that he did. In this study we examine why his loved was questioned and what he was told to do.
True Christian faith and the hope that goes with it isn't just based on traditions, family connections, culture or anything other than God’s words. This is our firm ground.
The gospel tells us that as believers in Jesus we are regard ourselves as aliens and sojourners in this world. In this study, we look at some of the ways of mind and behavior that this becomes manifest in our lives.
Rick tells us some things the scripture tells us to lay aside so that we may better walk with the Lord.
Believing the the Lord gives a proper order to out lives and helps us understand the true nature of the world.
Jesus told us not to judge, especially not harshly and hypocritically. There is some other judgement we must do. Let us study to find the wisdom to know the difference and live both sensibly and charitably.
Bob guides us in a study of three New Testament characters to see how they came to their belief in Jesus.
Jesus taught us how to pray in the Lord’s prayer. Let us examine what we can learn about our relationship with God from that great prayer.
A look at the love of Jesus revealed to us in the scriptures. We look at His love during His ministry, the way it was expressed during His crucifixion and how He has the same heart towards us now that He has ascended back to heaven.