Do You Love the Lord?
In this lesson, Jared talked about the importance of loving the Lord.read more
Are You Prepared?
In this lesson, we looked at the subject of the judgment, considering whether or not we are prepared for that day.read more
Authority: God’s Plan of Salvation
The articles appearing in this bulletin during 2015 were intended to set forth the basic principles revealed in God’s word concerning the biblical concept of authority. We noted what “authority” means and how it is used in the New Testament; from the dual meaning and usage we learned that Jesus Christ has the exclusive authority (meaning “the right to rule or govern”) to grant His church the authority to act (meaning “the right, freedom or permission to act”) in theread more
In this lesson, we talked about a Christian’s responsibility to treat others fairly, not being a respecter of persons.read more
Lessons from Imperfection
In this lesson, we continued our year-long theme, Royal Wisdom by looking at two key lessons learned from an imperfect king.read more
Somebody is Watching You
I would like for you to consider the following four Bible stories and give thought to what the stories have in common.
Story #1: In this first story, we see Isaac and Rebekah in a somewhat public place showing affection to each other. “And the men of the place asked about his wife.read more
With All Boldness
In this lesson, we talked about being bold, a boldness enabled by faith in Jesus Christ.read more
What If the Wages of Sin Were Paid Today?
In this lesson, we considered the wages of sin and how we might behave if we received the eternal wages immediately.read more
Does Jesus Weep Today?
The shortest verse in the Bible is found in John 11:35—“Jesus wept”. The question that one must ask is why did Jesus weep? Jesus had been told that Lazarus, whom He loved, vs. 5 that he had died. However, we should note that Jesus said in vs. 25 “He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live.read more
The Nazarite Vow
In this lesson, we talked about the Nazarite Vow.read more
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