Many yearly Bible reading plans have come up short thanks to the difficulties of reading and understanding Leviticus. There is just so much detail that doesn’t quite apply to the church today. However, that does not mean there are not lessons that can be learned from this book. In this lesson, we take a look at three lessons that can be drawn from the two chapters in Leviticus dealing with leprosy.
As we have begun reading Leviticus in our daily reading, it seems fitting to spend some time in that often overlooked book of God’s Word. In this lesson, we try to hit some of the high points, and focus on the overall theme of the book, the holiness of God and His people.
A survey of the book of Exodus, recognizing God’s role in the story, and working to have a better understanding of the God that we still serve in the church today.
Fathers are often not perfect. In fact, fathers often let their children down. Some even shun the responsibility entirely. But God is our Heavenly Father, and no matter what men may do or say to us in our lives, we can trust without a doubt that God will never let us down. He is our Wonderful Father.
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. That is such a simple statement, but there is so much implied in it. What does it mean for us that God created the heavens and the earth? Join us as we examine a few things in this lesson
Sin has created a separation between God and man, and no work of mankind can every bridge that gap. But God has made a way, through Christ, for us to be reconciled to him, for us to recieve atonement and be made “at one” with him.
“Pray without ceasing.” That is what Paul had written in 1 Thessalonians 5:17. Not only did he write it, he lived it, and we see that come out throughout his letters. There are many times that Paul records specific things for which he is praying. In Eph. 3:14-21, we notice three specific things that Paul prayed for. Join us as we study God’s Word Together.