Tag Archives: Kingdom of God
Oftentimes we look at something we are working on and say, “That is good enough.” Usually this is when we have run out of patience or time or resources to do any better. So, it is good enough for us. We settle for our definition of good. By contrast, when a man approached Jesus and […]
Who doesn’t want comfort? Continuing on from last week’s study of Christ’s command to follow Him, we now address the need to stamp down our fears and believe in Him. In order for us to follow Him, we must also believe and trust Him with our lives. There will be no Bible Study meeting this […]
This week’s Bible Study considers the simple command of Jesus Christ to follow him. At the core of Jesus’ ministry is a return to the simplicity found at the beginning of time when God dwelt with the first man and woman. Jesus called all his disciples to follow him. Without turning to follow Jesus, we […]
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.
On this All Hallow’s Eve, are you look for Christ or looking forward to candy, parties, or costumes? This week’s parable admonishes the children of God to remain watchful. The Parable of the Watchful Servants encourages and warns us in clear language about the results of our diligence or lack thereof. Join us tonight or […]
Essential to the life of any disciple of Christ is a thorough understanding of the kingdom of Christ. Since He is Lord of Lords and King of Kings, it is critical for us to understand how His sovereignty should apply to our daily lives. Join us as we study The Kingdom in Lesson 5.
Even little children can tell you something about Lazarus. As one of Jesus’ dearest earthly friends, Lazarus was an extraordinary person as is any true follower of Christ. We are special by association. Why then did Jesus let his friend die? The answer to this and other questions will be address in this week’s lesson. […]