This Bible teaching session is about The Great Passover Event. Exodus chapters 11 and 12 is your Scriptures, and we warmly welcome you to join us as we teach god’s word to reach the lost and build up the body of Christ.
There are spiritual forces, but not all of them are good. There are evil spiritual forces also. These, the good and the evil are in opposition one from the other. Be blessed and helped with this Bible teaching session from Daniel chapter 10.
So, you read this command from the Bible, in James 4:7, Resist The Devil. You say, Boy, I would, if only I could. Well, not only can you, but Jesus will actually give you the power and help you do it. This verse even gives us a promise when we Resist The Devil: he will flee from you. Be encouraged and helped by this bible sermon.
Scripture tells us that we are not wrestling or fighting against flesh and blood, but against the forces of evil, against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. This teaching session from the Old Testament book of Daniel, chapter 10, speaks to our current situation in the day in which we live, and prepares us for the time of the end.
One of the things which is so discouraging in our day, is to see people’s confidence fading and waning, almost to the point of not existing. But, we can have confidence in God, because he is the only one who is always faithful and true.
God has invited and even commanded people to repent all throughout history. Even during the time of the end in the book of the Revelation, he urges the world, and even the church, to repent. Our Refusal To Repent is what has been responsible for the world being in the shape that it’s n right now. The same command and invitation is still open to all who will hear today. Repent! I urge you to do so, before it is too late, and while you still have grace and time enough to do so.
Two men were walking to Emmaus, a village about 7.5 miles from Jerusalem. As they walked and talked, Jesus himself, without them knowing it, drew near to them and began conversing with them. Although they did not recognize him, he revealed himself to them through the Scriptures. When they went in to eat, Jesus took bread, blessed it, and gave it to them. Then, their eyes were opened, and they knew him. Wouldn’t you like to have been there on that road strolling along with them to hear the Master speak of himself from the word of god? Well, he is there, right there with you where you are. Open your heart to him today, and he will make himself known to you, too. Enjoy this bible teaching session from Luke chapter 24.
All of us have struggles in life. You have struggles whether you are a Christian or not. But, there is a struggle that God wants us to have victory over, and this Bible message shows you how.
Those who have even a vague knowledge of the Bible will be at least somewhat familiar with the story of the prodigal son recorded in Luke chapter 15. This is what this Bible teaching session is about.