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Christian Life Series, Beginner, Ages 4, 5 ME TOO is the quarterly specifically designed for the beginner to hold and to handle. Every Sunday's lesson is told in simple, clear language that makes the Bible truths vivid to the child. Each issue also contains a weekly picture to color, an attendance chart, a song, a poem, a story, and a section ...
The books of 1 and 2 Chronicles tell the story of God's chosen people and their cycle of sin, rebellion, and repentance. Dive into these books to discover the faithfulness of God and the importance of obedience.
The LifeChange Bible study series can help you grow in Christlikeness through a life-changing encounter with God's Word. Discover what ...
The books of 1 and 2 Kings are at the initial wrap-up and climax of the great overarching history of a world created by God and of a particular people in it who were handpicked by Him. This Navigator Bible study follows the chronological events of Israel's eventual downfall while teaching valuable lessons about God's will and character.
The aim of these studies is to help people to receive by faith eternal life, to discover the abundant life Jesus promised and to promote the joy God offers.
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Life Discovery Bible Studies provide a variety of Bible book and topical studies...
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"I'll never grow up."
Sometimes we all feel a little like Peter Pan. We'd rather be children, free of obligations and responsibilities. Sometimes we even feel that way about our Christian lives.
The writers of 1 & 2 Peter and Jude understand how difficult it is to grow into maturity. As Carolyn Nystrom leads us through these l...
God Begins Something NewIsrael wants a king. They want to be a kingdom. For decades God’s people had been stuck in cycles of sin and repentance—oppressed by rulers from outside and by sins from within. In 1 & 2 Samuel, God begins to do something new. Starting with Samuel’s miraculous birth, continuing with Saul’s insecure leadership, and cul...
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When you suffer, do you wonder if God has forgotten you?
Do you wonder whether you will be with Jesus after you die?
Would you like to be sure that your life is pleasing to God?
At times every Christian feels anxious or insecure about life--and about faith. The Thessalonians asked many of the questions you ask today, ...
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Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again. For centuries Christians have proclaimed these central truths. The gospel that began in space and time will ultimately be fulfilled at Christ's return. And as we wait for Christ, we find both encouragement from the gospel and a reason for hope. These studies in Paul's lett...
1 & 2 Thessalonians Verse by Verse
by Grant R. Osborne
Paul’s letters to the church in Thessalonica are often considered two of the less important of his letters, but they were written to an important city and a church facing important issues. In addition to addressing the issue of Christ’s return and the problem of people who refused t...
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Deteriorating values. Competing religions. Weakening morality.
Do you feel sometimes that the world presents you with more problems than you can handle?
Timothy and Titus faced all of these tough issues as young church leaders. But Paul encouraged them to put aside timidity and insecurity, and to find strength in Christ. A...
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Life among Christians can be great.
But it can also be exasperating!
The joys of fellowship in Christ too often give way to division and debate. You may find yourself drawn into arguments over such things as the correct form of worship or the proper role of charismatic gifts. Perhaps you wonder, Why don't we get along together as ...
Description To a proud and prosperous church, the Apostle Paul writes a stern reminder: take your eyes off impressive externals, and practice purity, humility, and love. His practical instructions concerning factions, sexuality, spiritual gifts, and worship remain profoundly relevant for believers pursuing genuine spiritual maturity.
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Practical Instructions for Becoming Healthy ChristiansThe Corinthian church was proud and prosperous. For them, the Apostle Paul had a stern reminder: Genuine spiritual maturity is found not through status and recognition but through faith, hope, and love. His practical instructions concerning divisions, sexuality, spiritual gifts, and worship a...
Paulâ€™s first letter to the Corinthian church contains one of the most quoted chapters in all of the Bible: 1 Corinthians 13. In this accessible study, pastor and author Jay Thomas helps readers see that this epistle is about more than love and marriage. At the heart of 1 Corinthians is the reality that the good news of Jesus Christ saves, chan...
We live in an age of uncertainty: about ourselves, about the truths of the Christian faith, and about the future.
At a time when the first-century church had been invaded by false teachers, the apostle John knew that Christians who are not sure of God's truth can wander away, never to return. He wrote to help his 'dear children', not only t...
Looking like Christ, Living like ChristHow do we persevere in the face of suffering? For first-century Christians who were persecuted by their neighbors, staying focused on their “living hope” was hard to do. The Apostle Peter wanted to remind these hard-pressed Christians of their rich identity in Christ and encourage them to respond to their s...
Christians in the west have had an easy ride for the last couple of centuries, with freedom to practise their faith, meet together, read and teach the Bible and evangelize. This is unusual compared with the experience of most Bible-believing Christians throughout history and worldwide today. But things could be changing. For how much longer ca...
Anticipating Christ’s ReturnThe new believers in Thessalonica had maintained their faith in the face of persecution, but they misunderstood the second coming of Christ. Hoping to correct it, the Apostle Paul sent instructions about how to live in anticipation of Christ’s return. Paul’s teaching provides helpful guidance for all Christ-followers ...
Do you feel like an ordinary Christian. Not especially gifted or knowledgeable. Does anyone really notice your faith? Does any of it matter? Time to take a look at the Thessalonians.
When this group of ordinary first-century pagans believed in Jesus Christ, they changed so dramatically that many others across the Roman world were imitating...
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We live in a culture where the beliefs and preferences of the individual are given final authority. Paul's firm commitment to the church as "the pillar and foundation of the truth" stands against that trend. His letters to Timothy and Titus call us to reestablish the core beliefs of Christianity and affirm our convictions about t...
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