bible lessons for the beginner
The Bible’s Pattern for Christians.
The pattern for Christian living and church life outlined in the Bible is the imitation of God. By Apostolic authority, the pattern revealed in the New Testament had little to do with the form of worship, recognition of a fixed liturgy, principles of the outward adorning of clothing or church attendance. Rather, the teaching to live as […]Read the rest
The church that Jesus built.
The good news of Jesus Christ was to be preached by the early disciples of the first-century world. It was an offering of peace from God. The death and resurrection of this Jewish Messiah made possible the forgiveness of sins and direct access to the Creator through reconciliation mediated by Christ. God’s just requirement for […]Read the rest
Introduction to the New Testament – Lesson Four
Overview: The events recorded in the section of the Bible we refer to as the New Testament (NT) were recorded during the last years of the global kingdom known as the Roman Empire. The writings of the NT must be considered in light of the people, government, laws, religions, cities and politics of the […]Read the rest
The Bible – Lesson Three
In lesson 3 of our study of the Bible, an emphasis is made that the Bible is a great book. The reading and studying of the great book have made men and women great. Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Napoleon, Queen Victoria, Daniel Webster, Robert E Lee, John Quincy Adams, even Immanuel Kant, Charles Dickens, Sir […]Read the rest
More Fun Facts Concerning the Bible – Lesson Two
This is the second lesson in a series of lessons that will introduce you to the Bible. The Bible or “the Book”, which is the literal meaning of the word Bible, can be intimidating. It is a large book and is composed of 66 smaller books. Some of these books are historical documents and others […]Read the rest
Facts about the Bible to motivate you to read it for yourself. Bible Lesson One.
The Bible is a compilation of “books” or letters written over a period of 1500 years. It was penned only by Jewish authors because the Jews were the instrument of God for the salvation of all men. Through their relationship with God, select men spoke and wrote as God breathed into them His words. This […]Read the rest