11/29/17 Bible Class
We begin this lesson by looking at two more parables from Matthew 13, and Mark, but then continue reading in Mark to witness Jesus calming the storm on the Sea and he and the disciples arriving on the Eastern shore of the sea.
11/26/17 p.m. sermon
The second half of the book of Ephesians (chapter 4-6) tells us many different ways that Christians should “walk.” It is a very practical section of Scripture teaching us how to live. In this lesson, however, we consider one section in which Paul instructs us in one way that we should not walk.
11/26/17 a.m. sermon
Sin has created a separation between God and man, and no work of mankind can every bridge that gap. But God has made a way, through Christ, for us to be reconciled to him, for us to recieve atonement and be made “at one” with him.
11/26/17 Bible Class
Matt Burleson spends some time reviewing previous lessons as we prepare to continue a series of lessons on the importance of our attitudes as Christians.
11/22/17 Bible Class
Parables were a major part of Jesus’ public ministry. Up to this point in our study, we haven’t seen very many parables, but going forward, the Lord will use parables more as he teaches both in public and in private. This section (focusing primarily on Matthew 13) gives us a grouping of several parables spoken on the “Busy Day” by the Sea of Galilee.
11/19/17 p.m. sermon
We are one church, but we are all individual members of it. And Christ expects each of us to grow and build the church up in love. He has given us everything that we need in order to reach that goal, reaching maturity as Christians.
11/19/17 a.m. sermon
This week, as we continue to talk about salvation, we focus on the word Redemption, and look specifically at how the word is used in the Old Testament, and draw some conclusions about what Christ has done for us.
11/19/17 Bible Class
We have seen a lot of trouble throughout the book of Numbers, but we are drawing our series of lessons to a close on a more positive not, as Moses makes preparation for the future, appointing Joshua as his successor to lead Israel after he is gone.
11/15/17 Bible Class
Jesus had already been challenged by the Pharisees that day. They claimed that he was casting out demons by the power of Satan. After he corrected them, they turn to a different strategy, asking him to prove that he is who he claims to be, showing them a sign from heaven.
11/12/17 a.m. Sermon
Considering another word related to salvation, we look at the obscure word “propitiation.” What does it mean? How is it used in the New Testament? What conclusions can we draw from passages that use it?