In the final lesson in the series, Ken takes us to a study of Matt. 25 looking at the parable of the virgins - some of whom were prepared, some of whom were not, and some lessons for us.
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Ken takes us through a study fo James 1, beginning in verse 19, telling us that we should be quick to hear the word of God, receive it without anger or resistance, and implant it in our hearts so that we may do it continually.
Preached on a day of ice and snow, we look at the book of Job to see what God says about some of the wonders of His creation.
One prophet is honored in the palace of kings while at the same time another is persecuted in a doomed city. Would either be right to complain about that? But don’t we often do so about far less? Nope. You be faithful. Jesus one time even replied, “What is that to you?” when someone asked about another’s circumstance.
An introductory lesson to examine the concept that many great Biblical truths are presented in a great variety of ways because they are often too great a concept to be simply explained.
Some of God’s prophets served Him for a lifetime, and a long life at that. Let’s think about a couple of them.
Various things in life make us more or less anxious. Jesus asked why, if we say we trust in God, we are anxious at all.
John’s third letter is another short one. He tells his beloved friend to recognize who is doing right and who is doing wrong. Then going those who do right, and stand up against the wrong, even though it’s going to be difficult.
The famous beatitudes are spoken by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. Yet there are just as many beatitudes in the book of Revelation. In this sermon, we examine two of them. “Blessed is the one who reads…” and “Blessed is the one who hears and heeds…” to see what blessing come to them and why.
The Bible tells of many calamities the befall people. We briefly look at some and see so often there are obvious warning signs and opportunities to avoid it.
We make our study of John’s little letter to a friend about the need to keep on in love, in the commandments and to not support those who don’t follow along with the truth the apostles taught.