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This verse-by-verse study of Matthew 5–7 examines the essential teachings of Christ.
Church history is the record of God’s tenacious grace—growing and abounding in the hearts of imperfect people just like us. As we study the challenges of Christians in centuries past, we can better appreciate God’s work in our own era.
Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.
One of our most popular studies from the past, Frank Hamrick’s The Apostles has been updated and expanded for a new generation of believers. The study surveys the lives and lessons from Christ’s twelve followers and includes a new chapter on the Apostle Paul.
Do your teens know that the Creator of the universe delights to reveal His glory? Do they understand that God desires a personal relationship with them? The purpose of this study is to teach these awesome truths about our majestic God by surveying His nature and existence.
Johann Gutenberg started a revolution in the fifteenth century, and we are still feeling its effects. Of all the books ever printed, none has or ever will surpass the Word of God in authority, power, or accuracy. You will discover the wonder of the Bible's origin, preservation, authority, transforming power, and much more.
Few things are more painful to a Christian than his constant struggle with sin. This study will examine the world, the flesh, and the devil for the purpose of helping you have victory over them. You will learn how the Bible presents these enemies, discovering in turn how to wage war against them.
This study is taken from the last fifteen lessons of the study Sin: Its Paralyzing Venom.
Most of us have a hard enough time admitting when we have made a mistake or had a lapse in judgment. But it is even harder admitting that often times these mistakes and lapses are simply a cover-up for a starker reality—sin. By portraying sin in all of its ugliness, this study will increase your students' awareness of sin and its consequences.
This study is taken from the first fifteen lessons of the study Sin: Its Paralyzing Venom.