The Gospel of Luke. Introduction by Nathan Potts.

November 8, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

 The Gospel of Luke  Introduction. Luke’s story of Jesus is a sizable work – the longest book of the NT – written with extreme care. Perfectionists will love Luke. He has the mind of a scientist, the pen of a poet, and the heart of an artist…He wrote to accomplish two specific goals… to provide
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“Understanding Your Calling” by George Sears.

November 2, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Understanding Your Calling 1. In Philippians 3:14 Paul refers to the Christian calling as the “High calling of God in Christ Jesus”, or some versions have, “upward call”. What do these ways of referring to Christian calling communicate to you about your calling? 2. A suggested definition for a CALL is “an invitation to commit
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Jonah The Reluctant Prophet, study three “I Saw The Light” by Nathan Potts.

October 26, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

In summary of the final two chapters of Jonah, G. V. Smith wisely concludes with the following statement: “God will (and does) act in justice against sin, but His great love for every person in the world causes Him to wait patiently, to give graciously, to forgive mercifully, and to accept compassionately even the most
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Jonah The Reluctant Prophet, study two “Slip, Sliding Away” by Nathan Potts.

October 20, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

God orchestrated a circumstance in history to teach Jonah something he desperately needed to know. Jonah goes down to Joppa, Jonah goes down into the ship, he goes down into the depths of the ship – and now, finally, he goes down into the very depths of the ocean.  As Peter Craigie comments: “It was
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Jonah, study one “The Reluctant Prophet” Jonah 1:1-16 by Nathan Potts.

October 12, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Jonah as a story is probably one of the most well-known narratives from the Old Testament, even amongst the secular world in which we live.  Many will consider this story just a myth or fable. However, Jonah is part of God’s inspired word and is a historical account of an actual event.  It is the
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Back to the Beginning. Lesson five: “Murder yet Grace” by Nathan Potts.

September 26, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Genesis four is about the way of Cain – the corruption and slide of the human heart away from God into notorious sin. The story reveals something of the essential nature of all mankind by presenting an unforgettable picture of elementary, primal power. It is a story of depravity and grace. Please read Genesis 4:
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