Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free: Forgiving God Lesson 3 – 11/28/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
When we speak of forgiving God, we do not mean that God has mistreated us in any way, but we want to look at the things that we experience, the trials that we undergo, and understand them properly.  As we learn about the suffering that we endure, we realize that many times, there is good to come from the bad, and in that, we are able to rejoice.
The book and the study material on which this study are based can be bought directly from Bro. Winker at danwinkler.org.
Note: The videos that are mentioned in the Bible Class are not included in this recording. In addition, there is a lot of class participation in these lessons, and the audio of the comments may not always be as clear.

Disagreeing Without Being Disagreeable – Romans 14:13-23 – 11/25/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
We don’t have to agree on every single thing. Liberty is a gift that we all have, and we’re all free to exercise that gift.  However, when that liberty comes between brethren and causes problems for the church, something needs to be done about.  Thankfully, Romans gives us some guidance in how to live with each other, even when we may disagree.

Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free: Forgiving God Lesson 2 – 11/21/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
When we speak of forgiving God, we do not mean that God has mistreated us in any way, but we want to look at the things that we experience, the trials that we undergo, and understand them properly.  By understanding who we are, and who God is, we can have a better understanding of why He allows us to suffer, and we will not blame Him for our suffering.
The book and the study material on which this study are based can be bought directly from Bro. Winker at danwinkler.org.
Note: The videos that are mentioned in the Bible Class are not included in this recording. In addition, there is a lot of class participation in these lessons, and the audio of the comments may not always be as clear.

What Did Jesus Teach About the Bible? – Matthew 5:17-18 – 11/18/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
If Jesus is God (and in recent lessons have concluded from evidence that He is), then He is perfectly moral, because God is perfectly moral.  If Jesus is perfectly moral, then He can speak no lies.  Since He cannot speak lies, anything that Jesus teaches is true.  Since the New Testament is historically reliable and accurately records the deeds and teachings of Jesus, then what it says about what Jesus teaches must be true.  So, examining teachings of Jesus recorded in the New Testament, we can examine what Jesus taught about the Bible, and have an understanding of whether or not the Bible is truly the Word of God.

The Builder of All Things is God – Hebrews 3:4 – 11/18/18 a.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
We serve a God who is infinitely powerful, infinitely knowledgeable, and infinitely loving.  Our awesome God created a universe for us to live in, and he created this race that we call humanity.  From that human race he has brought into the world his people, first the Jews who led to Christ, and now Christians, the citizens of Christ’s kingdom.  God wants all to be in his kingdom, and he desires that all would be saved.

Forgiving, Forgiven, and Free: Forgiving God Lesson 1 – 11/14/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
We have reached the final chapter of our study.  In these next three lessons, we will consider the topic of forgiving God.  When we speak of forgiving God, we do not mean that God has mistreated us in any way, but we want to look at the things that we experience, the trials that we undergo, and understand them properly.  By understanding who we are, and who God is, we can have a better understanding of why He allows us to suffer, and we will not blame Him for our suffering.
The book and the study material on which this study are based can be bought directly from Bro. Winker at danwinkler.org.
Note: The videos that are mentioned in the Bible Class are not included in this recording. In addition, there is a lot of class participation in these lessons, and the audio of the comments may not always be as clear.