We believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and read our bibles, but is that enough to really get to know God? In the 66 books of bible, we are given much information, ordained by God, so that we can learn about him and his plan for our life in the present and in the life to come. It is essential to our education. This is the essence of theology.
God's word is truly infinitely deep and a cursory reading will provide us some of the information, but we must study his word and meditate on it to truly begin to grasp just who God is and why he is worthy of all our worship and praise.
God himself reminds us of the importance of his word and the importance of taking the time to study his word.
Below you will find some topical messages, expository studies and power point presentations to assist you in your studies. Many of the expository studies are works in progress, so check back to see if there have been any updates.
It's not just reading your bible, but studying the words of God.
Can you say you are saved? Learn what it is to be saved from God's word.
The sun, moon, and stars were given to us by God as markers for time. See what God has to say about astronomy and astrology.
What we hear called communion is the Lord's supper. God's word is specific on what it is and what it is not.
What or in whom do you place your hope? As a christian, our hope is in Jesus. Find out why.
Forgiveness is central to God's word and his plan. We are to forgive others, but we should follow God's example in how to do it properly.
This three part series deals with some of the events of the last days.
Part 2 of this three part series. Jesus is returning, but no one knows when.
Part 3 of this three part series. How can we know when Jesus is about to return?
Paul speaks about the Holy Spirit as the one promised to us by Jesus. He is here for us until Jesus returns.
According to scripture, Jesus returns on more than one occasion. Do you know about the coming of the Lord?
A message given during a darker time in the recent history of our United States. The biblical ties are interesting.
It is important to guard yourself against the things you allow yourself to be around. Your speech will indicate what you listen to.
What does it mean to be content? Paul tells us about contentment in his letter to the church at Philippi.
Our salvation is given to us free of charge. All things, however, carry a price that someone has to pay.
God commands us to study the scriptures. There are good reasons for this and those who obey are blessed.
Salvation only requires one thing of us. That we believe on Jesus.
A special message given on Mother's Day.
When we believe on Jesus, we are saved. We must continue in this belief.
What does God mean when he speaks of being in Christ. Let his word tell us through Paul's letter to the Ephesians.
A continuation of the previous message, In Christ. Learn about our position in Christ as beleivers.
A chapter-by-chapter study of the Gospel of Luke.
There are fundamental truths central to a Christians belief in Jesus.
The feasts of Israel occurred yearly at specific times. They were a dress rehearsal of the coming of the Messiah.