In today's study from Matthew 16:13-20, we take a look at Peter's Confession to determine exactly what was being said and which interpretation is the correct one.
In today's study from Acts 3:18-26, we again talk about who Peter was addressing, Israel's failed national repentance, and discussed what would have happened had they repented.
In today's study from Acts 2:42-3:17, we continue to see the characteristics of the Kingdom Church and mystery that was still to be revealed about the Body of Christ today.
In today's study from Matthew 16:1-12, we take a look at why the Jews still demanded a sign after all that he had already done and the tag-teaming that was going on between the Pharisees and the Sadducees.
In today's study from Matthew 15:21-39, we review the healing of the Canaanite women, the issue of faith, and the lesson learned from the feeding of the four thousand.
Some more challenging thoughts from Acts 2:19-41 on what was happening on the Day of Pentecost. Again, who was Peter addressing in these verses? Was it the church that you and I are in today? What was he wanting Israel to do and why? What if they had repented? What would have happened next?
In today's study from Matthew 15:15-28, our Lord shows us that we all have a heart problem and goes out of his way to heal a Gentile woman to demonstrate his love and reprove Israel.
On the Resurrection Morning, we take a look at the importance of the resurrection and the false theories that surround it.
Today, we wrap up our look at Palm Sunday as it was prophesied in the Old Testament book of Daniel.
This week we are taking a closer look at Palm Sunday and see that it was actually prophesied in the Old Testament book of Daniel.
This week we are going to be taking a closer look at Palm Sunday and see that it was actually prophesied in the Old Testament book of Daniel.
In this study, we take a look at five fundamentals for interpreting the Bible correctly so that it makes sense and does not contradict.
Just a few more thoughts on what was happening on the Day of Pentecost from Acts 2:14-19. Why did Peter say, "this is that" in regards to Joel 2:28-29? Who was Peter addressing?
Here are my thoughts on Acts 2:1-13.
Today, we take a quick look at the temple and the two witnesses mentioned in Revelation 11:1-3.
In today’s study from Matthew 15:1-14, we see our Lord rebuking the religious leaders for their disobedience to the Law in order to keep their own traditions. We also see that we can be guilty of the same.
In today's study from Galatians 6:11-26, Paul concludes his letter by encouraging them to take care of each other, stay away from those who would place them back under the Law, and by reminding them that their boast should be in Christ alone.
In today's study from Galatians 6:2-10, Paul continues to speak about how we are to behave toward one another in the church to the end that we fulfill what he calls "the law of Christ".
In today's study from Galatians 5:25-6:1, Paul deals with the issue of willful sin in the church and how we are to deal with it. It is to always be done with "affectionate admonition" with the realization that we too a capable of the same thing.
In today's study from Galatians 5:16-26, Paul makes it very clear that as children of God we are not to walk in the flesh, but in the Spirit. He even goes on to say that it's impossible for a true child of God to continually walk in the flesh.
In today's study from Galatians 5:11-16, Paul declares that the cross is offensive to those who reject Christ and that our liberty in Christ does not mean that we can just do anything that we want.
In today's study from Matthew 14:26-35, we take a look at Peter's faith that got him out of the boat and those who were healed who desired to only touch the Lord's hem.
In today's study from Galatians 5:1-10, Paul continues to exhort his readers to stand strong in the grace that Christ offers and continues to warn them (and us) that to add anything to grace is ultimately placing trust in the Law that could never save.
In today's study from Matthew 14:13-25, we take a look at the possible prophetical significance of the feeding of the five thousand and our Lord walking on water.
In today's study from Galatians 4:24-5:1, Paul continues to drive home the point that salvation is the result of the completed work of Christ and encourages his readers to stand fast in the liberty that has set us free from the condemnation of the Law.
In today's study from Galatians 4:17-23, Paul takes a look at two historical sons to prove that there is a big difference between living under Law which brings bondage versus living under Grace which brings freedom.
In today's study from Galatians 4:7-16, Paul reminds his readers that they are no longer children under the Law, but have been declared joint-heirs with Christ through faith. He then acknowledges that many of them might find his words offensive as many so often do when we bring truth into the conversation.
Today in Galatians 3:21-4:6, we see that Paul continues to emphasize that we are no longer under the Law, but have been made free through the promise of the coming Messiah, and now both Jew and Gentile, are one in Him.
In today's study from Galatians 3:15-20, Paul shows us that the purpose of the Law was to merely point out our sin and that it was never meant to provide the solution.
In today's study from Galatians 3:1-14, Paul continues to hammer home the point that we are saved by faith and not by the works of the Law. To prove this, he points out that Abraham was declared righteous long before the rite of circumcision.
Today, we conclude our study on the three views of the rapture by looking at the Mid-Tribulational and Pre-Tribulational views.
In today's study from Galatians 2:11-21, we see Paul rebuking Peter for his hypocrisy. He goes on to argue that keeping the works of the Law is not the way to salvation, but faith alone in the finished work of Christ.
In today's study from Galatians 2:6-10, Paul warns that his gospel is one of liberty and not bondage that would place men back under the same Law that Christ came to free us from.
Today, we are going to take a look at what is referred to as the Rapture of the Church. We will look at the fact of the rapture in Scripture and then at the various views as to its timing.
Today, our lesson comes from Galatians 2:3-5 where Paul talks about his visit to Jerusalem to discuss the issue of keeping the works of the law in order to be saved because some in the early church was teaching that it was necessary.
Today we continue our study in Galatians 1:18-2:2 by taking a closer look at our Lord's family and Paul's return to Jerusalem.
Today we look in Galatians 1:15-17 to see Paul's calling into the ministry and his time of preparation in the desert.
In today's study from Galatians 1:11-14, we take a look at the conversion of the Apostle Paul and discuss his life before he met the Christ.
In our study today, we wrap up with a quick review and the Biblical View of creation.
In our study today from Galatians 1:8-10, we see that men have a tendency to corrupt grace and the gospel. Therefore, we need to be careful to not do the same. We also see that we are each called to be volunteer servants of Christ.
In today's study, we continue to look at the various accounts of creation by discussing the Gap Theory and Naturalistic Evolution.
In our study today, we take a look at Galatians 1:3-7 to see the true message of the gospel and that there is nothing that anyone of us can do to earn it in and of ourselves.
Today we take a look at Galatians 1:1-2 and introduce the letter as the Declaration of Emancipation from legalization.
In today's study, we continue to look at the various creation accounts to include the Pictoral Day, Old and Young Earth Creationism.
In today's study, we are going to look at the creation account as found in Genesis 1 - 2 and discuss the various views starting with the mythological view.