What does the Bible teach about baptism? How is one baptized? Is it necessary for salvation? What is it's significance? In this lesson, we'll discuss these questions and more.
Have you ever thought about the things you do in service to God? Have you thought about whether or not they are authorized by the scriptures? In this lesson we're going to talk about the need for authority in religion.
Jesus said that He would build His Church, not Churches. Today, however, we find a variety of different Churches. Each one has their own name and doctrines. How did we go from one Church to many Churches?
God made Abraham a promise that was threefold. The whole Bible is based around the fulfillment of this promise. It was and is the most important promise ever made.
Many people resist God. Such was the case with Jacob until he realized that without God he had nothing. Let's examine the scriptures and learn about the instance in which Jacob wrestled with God.
Unfortunately, there are some people who constantly seek to find fault with others. This was the case with the Pharisees during Jesus' earthly ministry. Let us examine the scriptures in order to understand how to avoid being like the Pharisees.
It is tragic that relationships between members of the body of Christ often deteriorate. Paul used such an instance during the first century to teach about the love that members of the body of Christ are to have towards one another.
The Bible tells us that judgment will begin at the house of God. In this parable, Jesus discusses the judgment that will take place within His kingdom.
In this parable, Jesus describes different types of people and their response to His kingdom. What type of person are you according to the parable?
In this parable, Jesus helps His listeners understand the great value of His kingdom. Unfortunately, it's a lesson that many people still fail to realize.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.