The Thoughts of God and Man

Text: Isaiah 55:6-11 In discussing matters of religion/spirituality, many people base their view on what they think. The problem with basing our beliefs/practices on what we think is that we are not God. Even with the best of intentions, what we think does not justify us. Seek the Lord This is what all men have been called […]

Trust, Delight, Commit

Text: Psalm 37:1-6 The theme of Psalm 37 is about trusting in the Lord despite the threats and prosperity of evildoers. This is discussed in various ways throughout the entire psalm. However, the first six verses provide a basic outline for us. We will use the first six verses as our outline and tie the […]

Solomon’s Plan to Build the Temple

Text: 2 Chronicles 2:4-9 As Solomon made plans to build the temple, he explained what he planned to do, why he planned to do it, and what he needed to complete the work. We do not worship in the temple today, nor must we worship in a building as elaborate as the temple. But there are principles that […]

“If God Is For Us”

Text: Romans 8:31-39 Paul’s words at the end of Romans 8 were meant to be a source of encouragement for the saints in Rome. They ought to be encouraging for us as well. “God is for us.” Knowing this, we can make it through any challenge that may come against us. “If God is for us…“ […]

The Day of Creation

Text: Genesis 1:1 This is the first in a series of lessons examining some great days in history – not in secular history, but days of spiritual importance. This first lesson goes all the way back to the beginning – to the day of Creation. What happened on this day? What lessons do we need to […]

The Fear of the Lord

Text: Proverbs 1:7 Early in the book of Proverbs, the wise man began emphasizing “the fear of the Lord” (1:7). Throughout the book, he explained why we are to fear the Lord. This lesson will consider what the wise man taught about the fear of the Lord. What Is the Fear of the Lord? Hebrew word (yirah) – […]

The Godhead

Text: Colossians 2:9 When people talk about the “Godhead,” they often use the term “Trinity” – refers to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The term “Trinity” is not in the Bible, yet this does not necessarily mean the concept is unbiblical. However, many believe there is just one person of God and deny the concept […]