Bible Study

Bible Study

Bible Character: Rahab

Good morning everyone. Welcome to Sunday School. Today we continue our study on the Bible character from the Old Testament. By her job, no one would expect that the Lord would use her as an example of faith. We will look at the life of Rahab, the harlot. That is right. Our modern term for a harlot is a prostitute. Her story teaches us clearly that no one is too far gone to be saved by the grace of God.…

Bible Character: Achan

Good morning everyone. Today we will switch to the Bible character from the Old Testament. The stories of men and women in the Bible are an excellent teaching tool. The Bible clearly shows the nature of man. It reveals our sinful nature and how we all have come short of the glory of God. The Bible tells us that God hates sin, and He will judge it. God is holy and righteous.  He always stays true to what He says…

Bible Character: Bartimaeus

Good morning everyone. Welcome to Sunday School.  Our today’s study is still on the Bible character. The Bible is full of stories of real men and women. We have covered the lives of Adam and Eve. We learned about the life of Abraham, who the Bible calls him as the “friend of God.” [James 2:23] Last week, we studied the life of the well-known Pharisee, Nicodemus.  Today, I invite you to go to the Book of Mark.  Please turn your…

Bible Character: Nicodemus

Good morning everyone. Today, we continue with the study on a Bible character. The Bible records stories of real men and women. When we take the time to study their lives, we can learn many things. The Bible character for today’s lesson is found in the New Testament. He is known for his question addressed to Jesus about being born again. His story allows us to have a better understanding of how to get saved biblically. We will look at…

Bible Character: Timothy

Today will study the life of a believer in the New Testament who later joined apostle Paul with his missionary journey. Apostle Paul also had him as a special representative on several occasions. He was from Lystra. He was raised by his mother and grandmother. He then came into the faith of the Lord Jesus Christ. All right. Let us go to the key verse for this lesson together. Please go to [Philippians 2:20-22].  Philippians 2:20 For I have no man likeminded,…

Bible Character: John the Baptist

Good morning everyone. Welcome to Sunday School. Our lesson is now on the Bible characters. We have learned about Adam, Eve, and Abraham from the Old Testament. Their stories taught us valuable lessons.  Today we will study another character.  This time we will go to the New Testament. We will study the life of a unique man. He was the man who proclaimed the coming of the Messiah. He was bold at preaching. He even dared to challenge the governor…

Bible Character: Abraham

Good morning everyone.  Welcome to Sunday School. Throughout the Bible, you can see the lives of real men and women. Some started well, but then they failed. One thing that we can agree on is that …There is none righteous, no, not one.[Romans 3:10] God put their life stories in the Bible with written words so that we can learn from them. We have covered the story of Adam and Eve. There is a great lesson learned from their lives. Lives…

Bible Character: Eve

Good morning everyone. Welcome to Sunday School. For the next several weeks, our study will cover the Bible characters. Two weeks ago, we began the study with the first character, Adam. He was the first man God ever created. We learned that God gave Adam a specific and simple command. He was free to eat of any tree in the garden of Eden. Except only one. The tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The consequence of that violation…

Bible Character: Adam

Good morning everyone. Welcome to Sunday School. Today we will begin the new study series on “Bible Character.” We can see that the Bible recorded the lives of men and women. King, fisherman, tax collector, Pharisee, physician and many more. We may perceive one character is better than another.  However, the scripture concluded that …there is none righteous, no, not one… [Romans 3:10]. The Bible recorded the lives of these people for our learning. Today we start with the story…

The Mysteries of God [Part V]

Key Theme: Believers are to be stewards of the mysteries of God. Good morning everyone. Let us do a quick review of what we have learned so far. God was manifest in the flesh [1 Timothy 3:16].  If you are saved, you have Christ in you, the hope of glory [Colossians 1:26-27]. When you are saved, you join together as the body of Christ [Ephesians 5: 25-32]. It is only possible through a new birth when you trust the Lord Jesus…

The Mysteries of God [Part IV]

Key Theme: Believers are to be stewards of the mysteries of God. Good morning everyone.  We will continue our study on the “Mysteries of God” this morning. As believers, the Lord expects us to be stewards of His mysteries that He has revealed to us in the Bible. Before we begin the class, let us go to [1 Corinthians 4:1-2] and read it all together. 1 Corinthians 4:1 Let a man so account of us, as of the ministers of Christ, and…

The Mysteries of God [Part III]

Key Theme: Believers are to be stewards of the mysteries of God. Good morning everyone. We are still in the lesson titled “The Mysteries of God.” So far, we have learned two mysteries. First, we learned that God was manifest in the flesh [1 Timothy 3:16].  The Lord Himself came down here on the earth at His first coming with the virgin birth conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. He came to die to pay for the penalty of…