For the second week in a row, Bro. Jim Wilsford fills in and continues the discussion from the previous week. Please join us with an open Bible and follow along.
As we continue our study of the life of Christ, we begin to get into the text with this lesson from Wednesday Evening, 10/26/16. In this lesson, we look at Luke Prologue (Luke 1:1-4) and begin looking at John’s Prologue (John 1:1-18)
This lesson, from 10/23/16 continues our “Living By Faith” series from the latter chapters of Romans. It also works into our “They Will Know We Are Christians By Our Love” series. This lesson from Romans 12:9-13 focuses on our love for our brothers and sisters in Christ. Join us as we study God’s word together.
We are a little behind with posting our lessons. This lesson is from Sunday, 10/23/16, and continues our series, “They Will Know We Are Christians By Our Love.” In this lesson we consider the commandment which Jesus said was second to, and like the first and great commandment. Join us as we study what it means to love your neighbor as yourself.
We’re a little behind in getting some of our lessons posted. This lesson was from Sunday, 10/23/16, when one of our elders, Bro. Jim Wilsford, filled in for Bro. Matt Burleson, the regular teacher, on Sunday morning. Please join us with an open Bible and follow along.
As we continue our introduction to the Life of Christ, we want to take a little time and help ourselves understand the setting in which these events take place. How had Palestine changed since the closing of the Old Testament nearly 400 years before? How did those changes influence the people and the culture into which Christ was born.
Sermon from the evening of 10/16/16 at the Orangeburg church of Christ, as we continue our study of Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Love is essential to living the life of a Christian. Jesus said that we would be known as disciples of his because of our love for one another. In this lesson, we look at a few points based off of the first and great commandment, to love God.
In a new series for our Wednesday Night Bible Class, we are looking into the four gospel accounts as we study the Life of Christ. This first lesson will serve as an introduction as we think about the four different accounts that tell that wonderful story.
From Wednesday Night 10/12/16