Until I come, devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation, to teaching.

1 Timothy 4:13
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Judas the Traitor

The name “Judas” has now become synonymous with betrayal and selling out a friend. But there’s much more to Judas Iscariot than just being a traitor. What would make a dedicated disciple of Jesus turn on Him after following Him for 3 years? The gospel writers indicate that Judas had a problem with greed andContinue reading “Judas the Traitor”

The Thief on the Cross

The “thief on the cross” is a compelling example of a penitent sinner who realized who Jesus was– the only one capable of saving him when he needed it most. While realizing he was receiving justice for the robberies he had committed (and paying for them with his life), he understood that Jesus was aContinue reading “The Thief on the Cross”

Some Things Christ Did Not Do

While we understand that Christ came to this earth with all power, from a Biblical and historical perspective, we can be certain of various things that Jesus did and did NOT do. This lesson examines a list of things that Christ did not do–many of which, either denominational folks teach that He did or itContinue reading “Some Things Christ Did Not Do”

The Eye of the Lord

This lesson focuses on the “eye of the Lord,” and whenever we feel down and think that no one cares about our plight, we should always remember that God cares. If His “eye is on the sparrow” (Psalm 84:3) and He knows what happens to each one of them, Scripture tells us how much moreContinue reading “The Eye of the Lord”

How Shall We Escape?

The author of Hebrews argues in chapter 2 that if the word of angels (carrying messages from God) was trustworthy in the Old Testament when they declared punishment for disobedience, then how shall we expect to escape today if we similarly are disobedient? This lesson specifically examines angels carrying word to Lot and the cityContinue reading “How Shall We Escape?”

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