Lesson Five: The Mystery of Lawlessness

2 Thessalonians 1–2:12 Background: The Thessalonian believers continue to face persecution and false teaching as they grow stronger in their faith. They had been receiving letters saying that the day of the Lord had already come, so Paul wrote his…Continue Reading →

Lesson Four: Preparing for Eternity

1 Thessalonians 5 Background: Both letters written to the Thessalonians—as well as to all future believers—are letters of preparation and anticipation. Our Savior’s return is emphasized in both letters. As we wait in anticipation of Christ’s return, Paul provides in…Continue Reading →

Lesson Three: The Bridegroom Cometh

1 Thessalonians 4:13–18 Background: Few biblical topics can start heated debates as quickly as this short passage of Scripture. Many who agree on the details of the event will hotly argue the timing. This lesson was prepared based on the…Continue Reading →

Lesson Two: Live to Please God

1 Thessalonians 3–4:12 Background: In the previous chapters we saw how Paul longed to be with the new believers in Thessalonica. He traveled by himself to Berea and then later to Athens due to persecution in Berea so had only…Continue Reading →

Lesson One: A Foundation of Love

1 Thessalonians 1-2 Background: This book, written by Paul, is filled with both encouragement and instruction for the new believers that had recently formed the church in Thessalonica. Notice as you read this book how Paul instructs them as a…Continue Reading →

Introduction

Melissa Renner answers some of the questions she has received over the last few weeks about what Women's Bible Study will look like this semester.Continue Reading →

Lesson Seven: The True Vine

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Six: The Way, the Truth, the Life

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Five: The Resurrection

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Four: The Door, the Good Shepherd

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Three: The Light of the World

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Two: The Bread of Life

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson One: The Great I AM

In a world so obviously broken by disease and death from the ravages of sin, Jesus once asked his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” Jesus poses the same question to His followers today—the answer is critical in determining… Continue Reading →

Lesson Seven: The Servant: Suffering to Exultation

Background: For many, their first exposure to this passage in Isaiah is not in the written Word, but through singing. Isaiah 53:4-6 is one of the beautiful choruses sung in Handel’s Messiah. In this enduring work, Handel takes us through…Continue Reading →

Lesson Six: SOS: Sin, Obedience, Salvation

Background: Isaiah 50:1–52:12 presents God’s challenge to His people to prove their claim that they’ve been forsaken. He declares the reason for their separation was their sin. However, He doesn’t leave them there! Neither does He leave us in our…Continue Reading →

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