Books of the Bible

Books of the Bible

Thankful for Friends

Our culture has enough complainers. Instead, God wants his children to be thankful. As Thanksgiving approaches, we are going to focus on the things for which we should be thankful. In this lesson, we'll investigate the great story of Jonathon and David. All of us need a friend like Jonathon! From him, we learn what kind of attributes we need in friends!

By |2020-11-18T09:32:22-06:00November 8th, 2020|2 Samuel, Thankful|

The Importance of the Gospel – Connecting God to the Gospel

Each year on Great Commission Sunday we consider the importance of the mission of the church. In this lesson, we look to Paul's letter to the Romans (1:1-7) to see not only how important the Gospel was to Paul but we also make the important connection that shows us how important the Gospel is to God and how that impacts us.

By |2020-11-01T20:30:10-06:00November 1st, 2020|Romans, Sermons|

We Must Trust His Word

If it can be proven that God has spoken his will, there are important implications. Today we start a short series of lessons exploring those implications. In this lesson, we consider important reasons we must trust God's word since we know God has spoken. Our text is 2 Tim. 3:16-17, one of the bedrock passages of Scripture about Scripture.

By |2020-10-22T11:54:24-05:00October 4th, 2020|2 Timothy, Since God has Spoken|

Hearing the Voice of God

The prophet Elijah is one of the great heroes of the Old Testament. Yet, despite having heard the prophetic voice of God so often, despite having witnessed the mighty, powerful hand of God in his ministry, what Elijah needed to hear more than any other thing was the still, small voice of God. No matter who you are the same is true of you. Today, the most important thing you need to do is hear the voice of God. Will you listen?

By |2020-09-27T11:16:38-05:00September 27th, 2020|1 Kings, Hebrews, Sermons|

The Christian’s Report Card

Remember report card day in school? It contained your grades but also a report about your conduct. Christian conduct is even more important. In Ephesians chapter four, our conduct becomes the central focus as Paul writes about unity in the body. Today, as we examined these ancient words, we should realize they call us to consider our conduct and how it contributes to the building up of the body.

By |2020-09-13T11:20:10-05:00September 13th, 2020|Ephesians, Sermons|

Why to Pray this Way

Sometimes the prayer Jesus taught in Matthew 6 is called the model prayer. When Jesus said, "Pray like this," some understand this prayer to be "how" or "what" to pray. Such may be true, but this prayer also teaches us "why" we should pray. In this lesson, we consider Jesus' teaching about prayer from the perspective "Why to Pray this Way?" The reasons we consider may offer fresh perspectives to your prayer life.

By |2020-09-06T13:28:13-05:00September 6th, 2020|Matthew, Sermons|
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