Daniel 11

October 16th, 2011


August 04, 2011

The Book of Daniel gives critics of the Bible a huge problem – because it is fulfilled so exactly in history. Written in approximately 600 BC, Daniel 11 prophecies about many events that we, with the benefit of hindsight, can see them come to pass exactly according to Scripture. From Xerxes I to the Maccabees, this teaching examines an amazing prophecy given by which the power and accuracy of God’s Word is so plainly seen.

Verses:
Daniel 11:1-34

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II Thessalonians 3

June 23rd, 2011


June 23, 2011

In Chapter 3, we see our reasonable Christian response to The Hope we have in Christ. Prayer, speaking God’s Word, keeping God’s commands and reproof to help those who are not walking rightly are among the topics addressed. We also examine some of the process God used to have The Bible written down and conclude with a brief examination of Grace (God’s Riches At Christ’s Expense).

Verses:
II Thessalonians 3:1-2
James 5:16
II Thessalonians 3:3
Mark 14:57-58
II Thessalonians 3:4-5
Proverbs 3:6
II Thessalonians 3:6
Haggai 2:11-14
II Thessalonians 3:7-9
I Corinthians 11:1
II Thessalonians 3:10-17
Jeremiah 36:1-4
II Peter 1:20-21
II Thessalonians 3:18

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II Thessalonians 2

June 16th, 2011


June 16, 2011
Out of the 774,747 words in the Bible – perhaps no single word of God’s Word is as comforting as the Greek word “maranatha” meaning “the lord is coming.” II Thessalonians 2 deals with that very concept – the Second Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Specifically, we will see the addressing of false teachings that his Second Coming has already happened, what the Day of the Lord will be and how The Hope gives Christians comfort today.

Verses:
II Thessalonians 2:1-2
Revelation 16:1-4
II Thessalonians 2:3
Matthew 24:9-13
Jude 1:14-15
II Thessalonians 2:4
John 17:12
John 13:25-27
II Thessalonians 2:5-6
Revelation 1:3
II Thessalonians 2:7-12
Revelation 20:13-15
John 3:16
II Thessalonians 2:13-17

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II Thessalonians 1

June 2nd, 2011


June 02, 2011

In II Thessalonians we will see two things. First, that the Church there was not perfect but a model Church and one to be emulated. Also we see how the book is doctrinal about the Christian’s hope – the return of our Lord Jesus Christ. In Chapter one we will see specifically how God will be the righteous judge of those who oppress His people today, and how we who stand for God today will then be glorified.

Verses:
II Thessalonians 1:1-12
& others.

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