Enduring is not a lack of faith, victory, or success; it speaks of grace and glory on the part of the person under stress. The same faith that brings deliverance also enables us to endure whatever God may assign us. In this lesson, we’ll take a look at what the bible tells us about endurance.
There are many conflicting beliefs today concerning who God is. Traditions formed over centuries such as the Trinity have attempted to describe God in human terms, causing confusion for many and straying from Biblical truth. To truly understand Him, God should only be defined in terms He uses to describe himself. In these lessons, we
Almost every product sold on the market today has to meet certain requirements before it is sold to the public. The purpose of any time of testing, whether of material things or people, is to determine performance, durability, limitations, and usefulness. Those failing under testing receive no seal of approval. Christians are not exempt from
1 Peter 4:7-10 God’s grace is one of the most important and interesting subjects in the entire Bible. The Scriptures teach so much on this vital matter that it would take volumes to cover it adequately. The purpose of this study is to examine one phrase that the apostle Peter used on the subject. We
Death in any form is an enemy we all wish to conquer. This can only come through Jesus Christ, the life giver. On any level, life is a beautiful thing to enjoy. We love life so much that one of our main objectives is to obtain eternal life. In this lesson, we will learn the
What is and what is not right for a person to eat? We will not focus our attention on diet in the sense of healthy or unhealthy food. Rather our purpose is to study all of God’s Word, as it pertains to each era of time, to determine what is acceptable or unacceptable to Him.
Through the centuries, controversy has developed regarding the Sabbath, or more specifically, the seventh day of the week. Which day is the seventh day? Are we to observe it as the Sabbath? Are we as Christians to observe or regard a certain day of the week as a part of our faith? If we observe