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January 10th, 2021
Acts Study - When and Why? Introduction

The lesson on January 10, 2021 was an introduction to the new Acts study, focused on the when and why of books that were written by the Apostle Paul.  This lesson explained the objectives of looking at Paul’s letters and finding out when were they written relative to Acts?  Also, if possible, we will put a secular date on the epistles and events encountered in the Acts.  Is the declaration in Acts 28 in or out of “the Acts of the apostles?  What importance can we associate with the timing of the mystery and the destruction of the temple?  Does the Acts introduce a new ministry or continue and confirm what was previously given?  Wayne provided us some resources to download and read for our preparation of this study.  Wayne established our methodology which will be ask, search and see!  We will answer the question was Acts a continuation or the beginning of a new dispensation? Wayne finally took us to the first chapter and addressed the former treaty which established the author of Luke and we looked at Luke 24:36-53 which tied into Acts 1:1-14 "Former treatise: A beginning"  Then Acts 1:15-28:31 "Present treatise: A continuance"  The scripture reading was from Acts 1:1-7 KJV

Studies

October 6th, 2013

Ephesians is a great study for us today because it is the first book of Paul's second ministry to the Gentiles.  We know that Paul was called to be the minister to the Gentiles in Acts chapter 9 and Paul declares so in Hebrews 11:13 KJV.  Paul had two ministries, the first was to the Jew, and the second was to the Gentile.  With his Apostleship to the Gentiles, it took on a entirely new calling in Ephesians, which is considered his Prison ministry.

April 21st, 2013

The Galatians Study, started on April 21, 2013, is a follow up to the ABC's of Right Division taught by Wayne Stewart and takes a verse by verse look at the book of Galatians.  Using the foundations taught from his previous study, Wayne looks at teaching Galatians rightly divided.  This book was written by the Apostle Paul in his first ministry and is defending his Apostleship and the message of salvation by grace during the book of Acts with the churches in Galatia.  This study will teach us Galatians from the context of Paul's teaching through the book of Acts. 

February 3rd, 2013

This study is presented by Dr. Wayne Stewart and it is intended to help the Christian understand the basics of the principles of rightly dividing the word of truth which is mentioned in 2 Timothy 2:15 "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."  This is a fundamental skill if you as a Christian are going to handle the word of God accurately.  All scripture is written for our learning providing us doctrine, reproof, correction and instruction in righteousness.  It is very important to understand what is written to you as opposed to someone else so you may understand why some things promised in the Bible do not seem to work today. This study will help you determine how to understand what is promised to you so you may have peace in your Christian walk.

September 2nd, 2012

This study looks at the four days in scripture that involves prophecy and judgment.  The current day that we are in is called Man's Day and it is a period governed by grace.  The next three days to come are the Day of Christ, Day of the Lord, and the Day of God.  It's important to understand these days and who they involve and why there is judgement involved.  This study will help you learn about these days using the principles of Right Division.  There is a chart on these days in the Chart Room that should help you learn about each day.

January 8th, 2012

This study on Remembrance is inspired by Paul's last letter 2 Timothy, which was written shortly before going to the guillotine.  This makes the message important to us even today. Paul puts Timothy in remembrance of those he is serving and reminds him that Paul also keeps him and the other believers in remembrance always. Life has many choices, but eternity has only two. 

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