Learn how to weed out sinful problems in one's Christian life from an illustration of weeding crabgrass.
A diagram shows four key aspects to a successful ministry. (John 15)
Ephesians 4:29-30 includes discussion on: (1) The prohibition of bad speech (4:29a), (2) opportunities of beneficial speech (4:29b), and the key to our strength, the grieving the Holy Spirit (4:30).
God says much about the wise use of wealth from Ecclesiastes 11:1-2, both its investment, reward, and guarding of it.
Chapter 1 powerfully teaches the full effect and purpose of God’s redemptive plan. Paul manifests Christ’s special saving grace, especially how God wonderfully and mercifully redeems a beloved people for Himself. In the last half of chapter 1, we see Paul
Paul gives two foundational commands given in 5:1-2: “Be imitators of God” and “walk in love.” These two commands are reminiscent of Jesus’ summary of the two greatest commands and reset one's faith to combat sins later introduced in chapter 5.
1 Samuel 10:17-27 shows us how bad worldly preoccupation is detrimental to our relationship with God. They thought everything was up and up, seeking to bolster Israel’s kingdom and God’s Name. Our deep-rooted solutions often cause spiritual blindnes
This expositional teaching importantly helps us catch the Servant’s attitude to injustice, God’s will, and suffering—an attitude we desperately need to hold.
Isaiah 53:4-6, tucked deep down in the center of the fourth Servant Song, unfold the heart of the Servant’s plan—the Gospel.
The Difficulty of Christ’s Life, Isaiah 53:1-3, consists of three verses, revealing the dreadful degree of the Servant’s sufferings, specifically His spurned message, personal inferiority, and societal rejection.
Isaiah 52:13-15 describes God’s overall process to train His people for difficult times. The U-pattern, later explained, will illustrate this overview. This grand overview of our spiritual lives and ministries prevents being locked into a sinful, burden...
Part 4 provides practical suggestions to apply Biblical perspectives of social justice to our lives and programs. Part 1 presents a biblical treatment of Exodus 12:35-36, teaching that the wealth transfer to the Israelites in Exodus displays God’s favor an
The Making of a Godly Leader (Isaiah 52:13–53:12), part 1, introduces the Fourth Servant Song, using ample illustrations to display its magnificence.
Part 3/4 on A Biblical Perspective on Social Justice Issues Part 3 continues this treatment on social justice by providing an integrated Biblical treatment of social justice with comments on the modern Critical Race Theory.
A Biblical Perspective of Social Justice Issues (Part 2/4) expands on Exodus 12:35-26’s exposition by combining those insights with numerous other Biblical passages related to social justice and reparation.
What event does Jesus allude to in John 8:52-59 when He states Abraham saw Him? We step back into Genesis for this study on Jesus' divinity.
An Exposition of 2 Thessalonians 1:11-12, The Ultimate Design, teaches God’s ultimate purpose for our lives and how it swallows up life’s difficulties and leads to unending joy in Christ.
Philippians 2:12-13 more fully describes the means God accomplishes His great purpose through our Christian lives, helping us blend God’s saving experience in us with His ongoing work of sanctification.
Genesis 13 records how Abram recovered from one of these setbacks to move further ahead in his walk with the Lord. As Christians, we similarly have embarked on a faith journey.
Part 1 (of 4) teaches and defends the Egyptian wealth transfer to the Israelites in Exodus 12:35-36 as an undeserved reward, a display of God’s favor, rather than reparations or repayment.
David, in Psalm 138:8, cleverly closed his humble prayer entrusting himself to God, acknowledging his weaknesses and his need for Yahweh’s mercy in light of the present difficulties.
God’s ongoing love reaches deep into the lives of His people to eliminate fear and worry. (Romans 8:28 and Psalm 118)
By putting our trust in God we find absolute, peace-giving security that nothing can chase away. (Isaiah 43:1-3)
The priorities we hold greatly impact the decisions we make.
What a challenge this passage is! I hope to present the glories of Christ before you so that you will exult in Jesus’ excellencies, discard worldly attacks and philosophies, and treasure Jesus ab
Discover why people don't flock to Christ and why genuine believers are free while unbelievers are not. “30 As He spoke these things, many came to believe in Him. 31 So Jesus was saying to those Jews who had believed Him, “If you continue in My word, then
A Study in 1 and 2 Thessalonians on the Coming of Antichrist, the Lawless One by Paul J. Bucknell
Learn how to come back from our failures, guilt, and shame by strengthening ourselves in the Lord like David.
The signs of Antichrist will differ from previous antichrists due to the worldwide upscaling of these falsities and its comprehensive evil force. We highlight four signs of Antichrist's coming—they are happening now! Antichrist-Bible 3840r
We will begin with a discussion on John’s teaching where the term ‘antichrist’ is used and then take a broader Biblical perspective, ending in the Book of Revelation.
A comparison of Philippians 4:4 and Psalm 32:11 brings deep insight into the character of joy that should shape every believer’s life.
(Zechariah 9:9 and Palm Sunday) When we step back and view the whole Bible in its context, the panorama view astonishes us how God is fulfilling His dynamic plan to enthrone His Son, Jesus Christ, as King over the nations.
This fascinating study of Palm Sunday in Luke 19:28-40 features Christ's coronation and his willingness to enter Jerusalem to step off the throne and enter the throes of Passion Week, dying so His people could become His kingdom.
By contemplating on David’s contentment, we can better appreciate his growing dependence on the Lord. “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want” (Psalm 23:1 NASB).
Discover the Power of Teaching God’s Word: In part 3, we learn how to find applications and reshape the outline for teaching and preaching purposes.
A Bible teacher does not merely pass on bits and pieces of knowledge but provides a framework to learn, master, and share precious truths from God’s Word with others. While in part 1, we learned how to get ready for a Bible book study, in part 2, we review
Who is BFF? How did she begin? What does God do through BFF?
Discover the Power of God's Word! A Bible book study can be extremely beneficial for our students as well as ourselves! In part 1, we discover the power behind such Bible book studies, partly by Paul's reflection on his life.
Expand one’s understanding of God’s everlasting love by amplifying it with His unconditional, enduring, and loyal love. God’s Everlasting Love (Jeremiah 31:3)
By better discerning the world’s teaching and biblical resources like the Book of Acts, we can better understand how to discern, interpret, and use our spiritual gifts and experiences. The progressive Acts outline helps resolve many questions.
The Holy Spirit's Work provides the framework to understand and answer questions about the Holy Spirit's purposes are now while on earth.
Titus 2:11-15 Knowing God’s saving involvement in this world strengthens our conviction to live in light of His holy purposes.
As believers, we have a calling from God to preserve the unity of the Spirit. 1. Define the “Unity of the Spirit” 2. Discover Unity’s Bonding Power 3. Diligently Preserve Unity Ephesians4_3_Unity2560√
Paul's argument in chapter two is clear—the knowledge of Christ is never separated from our life. That faith in Christ powerfully influences our choices and behavior. By affirming this by our obedience, the more we will grow.
A video of how God uses the few prayers like Hannah's to bring reformation to a nation even the size of Israel.
God marvelously reveals Himself in two ways. They reveal God's person and purposes.
"If God wills" becomes an excellent way to examine our own form of planning and fully step into God's planning. James 4:13-17 identifies and readies us to live out His will for our lives.
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Did you ever wonder what BFF's chief passion comes from? It's John 8:30-32 where Jesus tells us not only what we are free from but what we are free for!
All of Jesus’ disciples can put their full confidence in Jesus’ past and present work in their lives by understanding the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. The day of First Fruits, a Hebrew holiday after Passover, is the same day of resurrection.
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An examination of Passover as one of the Hebrew feasts and its New Testament significance
Were you ever wronged by others? Watch this for a deeper perspective!
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