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Ultimate Source of Authority

In most areas of life people appeal to an ultimate (final, conclusive) standard of authority when they affirm they are correct in their teaching and practice. If someone attempts to use their own standard of authority to “prove their case,” their reasoning is usually questioned. Illustration: suppose I fail to stop at a stop sign and a police officer pulls me over to give me a citation. 

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Where Do We Look?

In this lesson we considered the importance of looking where we walk in our lives as Christians. 

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Do You Want to be Saved?

In this lesson, we asked the question, “Do you want to be saved?” We should by what one is saved and what one must do to be saved. 

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The Art of Bible Study

The apostle Paul wrote, “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, . . .”  (2 Timothy 3:16, NKJV)  The Greek word translated as “given by inspiration of God” can be literally translated “God-breathed.”  The English Standard Version reflects this with the following:  “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, . 

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Skeptics & Believers

In the lesson we took a look at Bible examples of skeptics and believers. 

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When the Saved Become Sick

In this lesson we talked about our responsibilities when the saved, the Christian, becomes spiritually sick. 

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Know the Unknowable?

For one to assume that he knows the unknowable in religion is the greatest ignorance and the grossest presumption and arrogance. True indeed is the statement, “Wisdom is knowing when you cannot be wise” (Paul Engle). Some have erroneously concluded that Revelation precludes mysteries. To us finite human beings, the omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, absolutely perfect God revealed in the Bible, being infinite, of necessity must be incomprehensible in many aspects of His nature and operations. 

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Do We Glorify the Lord?

In this lesson, we looked at the sin of Nadab and Abihu, showing the importance of glorifying the Lord. 

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