Bible Study Class

Bible Study Class

1st Quarter 2023: Managing For The Master
December 24, 2022 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… we will study God’s ideal in our relationship with Him and clearly see how we can develop a trust so deep that we will remain faithful to Him, even when we can’t buy or sell. However, our Christian worldview gives us confidence and hope as we see the signs Jesus gave to

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4th Quarter 2022: Future Hope
September 17, 2022 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… we will explore the painful subject of death but through the lens of the hope offered us through Jesus. Alberto R. Timm, PhD (Andrews University), is an associate director of the Ellen G. White Estate, Inc., a Biblical Research Institute Committee (BRICOM) member, and a Geoscience Research Institute Committee (GRICOM) member. Previously

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3rd Quarter 2022: In The Crucible With Christ
June 17, 2022 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… we will try to show is that pain, suffering, and loss don’t mean that God has abandoned us; they mean only that, even as believers, we now share in the common lot of a fallen race. The difference is that, through Jesus and the hope He offers, we can find meaning and

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2nd Quarter 2022: Genesis
March 16, 2022 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… not only will we read and study the book of Genesis— but we also will enjoy its beautiful stories and learn to walk better with the Lord of Creation, the Godof Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Jacques B. Doukhan, DHL, ThD, is emeritus professor of Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis at the Seventh-day

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2021 Bible Study Class Archive
January 1, 2022 Archives admin

Q1: Isaiah | Q2: The Promise | Q3: Rest In Christ | Q4: Present Truth in Deuteronomy

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1st Quarter 2022: The Messages to the Hebrews
December 18, 2021 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… The portrait of Jesus, who captures the breadth and length and height and depth of God’s love for us, is our subject this quarter. And just as the image of Jesus in the eyes of the girl in the painting captured the young man’s gaze, may the image of Jesus as portrayed

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4th Quarter 2021: Deuteronomy
September 20, 2021 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… we will look at Deuteronomy topically, covering such themes as the everlasting covenant, law and grace, what it means to love God and your neighbor, and—most important of all—how the book of Deuteronomy reveals to us the love of God, which was most powerfully made manifest in the death of Jesus on

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3rd Quarter 2021: Rest In Christ
June 20, 2021 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… Rest in Christ is not just a title for a study guide or the captivating logo of an evangelistic campaign or camp meeting. Resting in Christ is the key to the type of life that Jesus promises to His followers: “‘The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and

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2nd Quarter 2021: The Promise
March 13, 2021 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… will look more closely at what God’s covenant is, what it offers, and even at what it demands. Though drawn from many sources, the lessons rely heavily on work of the late Dr. Gerhard F. Hasel. Gerhard F. Hasel (PhD, Vanderbilt University) was John Nevins Andrews professor of Old Testament and biblical

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2020 Bible Study Class Archive
January 1, 2021 Archives admin

Q1: Daniel | Q2: How to Interpret Scripture | Q3: Making Friends for God | Q4: Education

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1st Quarter 2021: Isaiah
December 26, 2020 Bible Study Class admin

In This Quarter… we take a look at Isaiah, at his words, his times, his predicaments, but mostly at his God, the God who, back then as well as today, cries out to us, “Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine” (Isa. 43:1). Dr. Roy

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4th Quarter 2020: Education
September 27, 2020 Bible Study Class Tim Jennings, M.D.

In This Quarter… Jesus said, “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36). What good is a great education in science, literature, economics, or engineering if, in the end, you face the second death in the lake of fire? The answer is

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