Stand in God’s Grace: God’s Grace and Our Relationships (Part 1) – 1 Peter 2:12-3:7 – 12/12/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
God’s grace changes who we are.  That what we saw in the first 35 or so verses of 1 Peter (from 1 Peter 1:1-2:11).  Since we have received his grace and have become his own special people, that not only changes the way that we live, but it changes the way we interact with others.  In the middle of 1 Peter (1 Peter 2:12-3:16), the apostle lays out some details regarding how we should relate to certain people in our lives.  We cover about two-thirds of those verses in this lesson, and will finish the thoughts in part 2.

Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free: Forgiving Others Lesson 2 – 10/31/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
Forgiving others is not easy.  But it is possible.  If it were not possible, God would not have commanded it of us.  More than that, if it were not possible, He would not have told us that we cannot be forgiven unless we are forgiving.  In this lesson, from Chapter 3 of Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free by Dan Winkler, we take a look at two suggestions that can help us in forgiving others.
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.

Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free: Forgiving Myself Part 3 – 10/17/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
Understanding that we are forgiven is easy enough, but feeling as though we are forgiven is another matter.  It is important that we learn to see ourselves and our past sins in the same way that God does, so that we can fully enjoy the knowledge of our forgiveness.
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.