In this study, we look at the ministry of John the Baptist as well as His testimony of the deity of Jesus as the Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world!
As we go deeper into the first chapter of the book of John, we will notice more details about the nature of the Word, His mission, and His impact upon the world for the better. Join us, as we go through John 1:6-18!
As we begin our study of the book of John, we are exposed to some of the most simple, yet complex and dense set of verses in all of scripture. In this study we try to unravel what they mean.
We now begin a study of the gospel of John! This study is all about laying the groundwork and setting the stage for the book before we get into it.
This is our final study of the book of Matthew, we study the final few verses that are some of the most impactful and powerful in the entire gospel. Jesus commissions his disciples to go and make disciples of all the nations. This study takes a look at some of the finer points of this declaration and the application that it has for us today.
The most triumphant story in the history of mankind! As the world through the influence of Satan had murdered the righteous Son of God, sitting in darkness and without hope, Christ arose! This study is all about the resurrection and the events surrounding it.
In this study we look at what happened in the aftermath of the death of Jesus. Though the focus is often either placed on the death of Christ or His resurrection (and rightfully so), there are some very important events that occurred in between them. We will look at the details of Jesus' burial as well as the curious events like the earthquake, the veil being rent, and the opening of the graves of the saints.
Of course, we know how the story ends, but this moment in history was by far the darkest. Jesus, the Son of God and the Son of man was suspended between heaven and earth on a cross. This study looks at the events that took place on the cross at Calvary so long ago.
Here, the Savior is brutally scourged and mocked by the Roman soldiers under the commands of Pilate. It is also here that we see the beginning of the end, Jesus being nailed to the cross to suffer painfully for several more hours. This study will focus on these events and what we should take away from them.
In our study this week, we discuss the death of Judas, the trial by Pilate, and the request of the crowds for Jesus' crucifixion.