The lesson on November 29, 2020 was part 5 of the "Hermeneutics" study. This weeks focus was on Typology. The typology in scripture are examples for us to learn. There are many types in the testimony of Jesus Christ whereas it says in John 5:39 KJV "Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me." We see in all of the Old Testament (The Law = Torah; The Prophets = Nebiim; The Psalms = Kethubim) that Jesus is seen in types and shadows. In the New Testament we see other examples: Hebrews 4:11 Israel an example of unbelief; Hebrews 8:4,5; 9:24; 10:1 Tabernacle – example and shadow of heavenly things; Hebrews 7:3,15-17: Melchizedeck; John 3: 14-15: Brazen serpent; and 1 Corinthians 10:14 Spiritual rock. The scripture reading was from Acts 8:17-24 KJV
According to 2 Timothy 2:15, we need to study the Bible to be approved unto God, handling His scripture accurately and applying it in our lives so we can be about His business and grow as Christians. The study of “Dispensations” is just recognizing that the administrations of God change over time.
The attack on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, DC on 9-11-2001 has caused many people to ask the question “Is this the End Times?” There is much uncertainty and unrest in the world but one thing is certain... Christ Jesus and His Word. Here is a collection of studies that cover prophecy and the events surrounding the “End Times”
This series of lessons covers the chronology of the New Testament books written during the Acts Period. The chronology of Acts and those books that were written during that period cover most of the New Testament books. It is really important to understand the Acts Period Epistles to follow the principles of Right Division.
This series looks at the discipline to handle the word of God accurately. The motivation to do so comes from 2 Timothy 2:15 KJV. “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth.”
Whether it’s the National Day of Prayer or just any other day, one of the fundamental privileges that a Christian has is their ability to talk to God through prayer. In the Bible there have been many examples of prayer offered to God in all different situations. What kind of prayers should a Christian offer up to God that are approved in His sight? What is God obligated to do with our prayers?