People need people. Since man will face difficulties and discouragement, it is necessary that God’s people encourage and build up one another.
Why would anyone say “No” to God? Considering what God has done for man, and what God requires of man, yet many still say “No”.
Part of being a family is accepting one another with our differences and varying levels of maturity and faith. In this lesson we examine accepting and preferring one another in Christ.
All men must accept Jesus at His Word. Trust does not require understanding before obedience. Trust simply obeys.
For each hearer to understand, from the following examples, how we may put all our heart into the service of Christ.
Submission to God begins with submission to authority. Man’s problems reveal themselves by his unwillingness to submit. James shows one how to submit to God.
One must be born again, as Jesus said. However the new birth happens only once. A discussion of why some are baptized again.
Our founding fathers declared their independence from Great Britain, yet realized their continuing dependence upon God. We likewise should realize and continue to declare our dependence upon the Lord.
What should we do with the guilty? How we treat them will affect how God treats us. Condemn the sin, but love the sinner.
The I AM statements of Jesus reveal various aspects of our Lord’s Deity. In our study we examine 3 of those statements from the Gospel of John.