Tag Archives: Luke
It’s time again for Wednesday Bible Study! This week we consider the so called Parable of the Sheep and the Goats. This parable has been approached from many perspectives, but common to all views is that Jesus teaches that people who claim to follow Him must be kind to others. Join tonight us or follow along […]
Hello! This week we will discuss the Parable of the Wicked Tenants who beat messengers from their master and finally slew his son. This parable dredges up some uncomfortable truths about human nature, but it also reveals the longsuffering nature of God. Join us or follow allow with the lesson as we explore this and […]
Hello, I hope your having a blessed day in the service of God. We are looking forward to another Bible Study session tonight, August 8th, at Northside. Tonight we are going to cover the Parable of the Two Sons. Not to be confused with the Parable of the Prodigal Son, this one addresses the struggle […]
Eternal life is a complex subject in the Bible. Intermixed with the works of God and men, the subject can be muddled for main disciples. Lesson 4 in our study of The Essentials of Christianity takes us deep into this topic. Click here to view this lesson on Eternal Life.
Having established the authority of the Truth and the sovereignty of God, we understand that we have a problem. During Lesson 3 we will discuss the nature of the problem and the solution: Sin and Salvation. Click here to get this week’s lesson.
This week marks the end of our brief journey through the Gospels. If the beginning of the Gospels begin miraculously, then the end of the Gospels is even more amazing as child now a man faces His destiny. The Bible describes these events with far more detail than earlier days for good reason. This week’s […]
The false arrest and even phonier trials of the Son of Man are a testament to the continued failure of mankind to see Him for the Savior. His silence with Herod and His insightful comments to Pilate all demonstrate His meekness and ultimately His amazing restraint. These false accusers represent all those who came before […]