Tag Archives: Acts
How and why can we trust the Bible to be true? Certainly faith in God’s divine love are crucial to this trust, but the Lord has given us a book that is vast in historical scope and yet internally consistent, verifiable and confirmed by external sources. Yet without the moving of the Holy Spirit, no […]
In a world full of division and strife, it is no wonder that these problems impact the Church. Thus we many brands and stripes of church, and this seems unlikely to change any time soon. However, there is hope. True submissive faith in Jesus Christ is the key to unity of purpose, truth and life. […]
Objectively, one of the hardest commandments of Christ to obey is “Fear not.” We live in a world that offers many reasons to be fearful. The dangers of everyday life overwhelm us from time to time and the prospect of encouraging others to persecute us by standing up for justice and mercy is often daunting. […]
This week’s lesson takes on the importance of oath keeping and avoiding them where possible. What may seem like an odd topic for Jesus to address fits right in with the previous messages of anger and adultery because our commitments or our failure to keep them impact not only ourselves but many others around us. […]
It is amazing how many times Jesus Christ demonstrated divine foreknowledge of the Passion. Yet, no one else seemed to see it until afterward. This week’s lesson focuses on one parable that shows just how much Christ understood. Join us as we explore the Parable of the Vineyard and the Husbandmen.
Lesson 2 – Ephesus Lesson 2 Handout Wednesday, May 3rd, we will cover the second lesson in this study on the letters to the Seven Churches of Asia. The first church addressed by our Lord is to the church of Ephesus. This once rich city was a center of commerce and Greek culture with a huge temple to the […]
Acts of the Apostles: 28:7-31