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

1 Timothy 4:13
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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?”

When Best Intentions Get Touchy

The 6th chapter of 2nd Samuel records the account of Uzzah being struck dead for touching the ark of the covenant, even though he appears to have the best of intentions in doing so. This is a powerful example of God expecting mankind to follow His instructions & following through on the consequences for disobedience.Continue reading “When Best Intentions Get Touchy”

The Two Most Obscure Apostles

Thaddaeus and James, the son of Alphaeus, are likely the two apostles about which we know the least. Regardless, they still set a strong example for us. As apostles, we know that they were active and instrumental in spreading the gospel and growing the church in the first century, even if their work is moreContinue reading “The Two Most Obscure Apostles”

In the Wrong Place

Sometimes we find ourselves in the wrong place. Even worse when it’s at the wrong time. The Bible is filled with stories of people who likewise were in the wrong place at the wrong time, doing the wrong things. Whether intentionally or negligently, being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrongContinue reading “In the Wrong Place”

The Tax Collector and the Zealot

This lesson looks at two apostles that probably would not have gotten along well with each other in Jesus’ day. Matthew was a tax collector, serving the Roman Empire and possibly extorting his brethren. Simon the Zealot was likely a member of a radical revolutionary group of Jews who sought to overthrow Rome by force.Continue reading “The Tax Collector and the Zealot”

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