Daylight and Deep Water

This article was originally published in the Southside church of Christ’s bulletin, May 21, 2017. Read the original source »

Jesus was standing at the water’s edge on the western side of the Sea of Galilee which Luke calls the Lake of Gennesaret. (Twice John calls it the Sea of Tiberius – John 6:1; 21:1).   

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What Type of Ground Are You?

In this lesson, posed the question, “What kind of ground are you?”  We used the scriptures to show the good ground all Christians must be in order to bear fruit for the Lord. 

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Do You Trust In The Lord?

King Saul could have been a great king!  The Lord handpicked Saul, the son of Kish, to fulfill Israel’s request for a king (1 Samuel 9-10). The Spirit of the Lord was with King Saul (1 Samuel 11).  King Saul had the potential to be a great king over Israel, as long as he trusted the Lord. 

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Building A Biblical Faith: Shaping Our Conscience

In this lesson, Jared showed the necessity of properly shaping one’s conscience in order to be faithful to the Lord. 

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O Lord, How Long Shall I Cry?

“O Lord, how long shall I cry, And You will not hear? Even cry out to You, ‘Violence!’ And You will not save” (Habakkuk 1:2).

Habakkuk, a prophet of the Lord posed this question to the Lord. Is this a question we would ask the Lord today?

Before we consider Habakkuk’s question, let us look at the setting surrounding Habakkuk’s book of prophecy. 

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Faith: Needed in Families Today

In this final lesson, Ron showed the importance of faith within godly families. 

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Unity of the Faith

In this lesson, Ron spoke about the importance of faith in maintaining unity among Christians. 

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Grace, Faith or Works?

In this lesson, Ron talked about the truth behind the need for grace, faith, and works. 

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Faith Comes By Hearing

In this lesson, Ron talked about the necessity of hearing God’s word in order to have faith in God. 

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Old Testament Faith Today

In this lesson, Ron showed the importance and necessity of having the same faith seen in the Old Testament. 

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