What Must I Do? – Part 5 (Be Baptized)

We have spent the last few weeks answering the question: “What Must I Do?” This is the final part. We will cover many stories in the New Testament that show that the early church thought baptism to be essential for salvation. This lesson expounds on that very point. Image is from:

What Must I Do-Part 4 (Repent of my Sins)

We have looked at the first few steps, answering the question, “What Must I do?”But now we must discuss repentance. Peter tells the people in Acts 2 that they must repent and be baptized to receive forgiveness and the gift of the Holy Spirit. Repentance is required for salvation. Image is from:

What Must I Do-Part 2 (Believe in Jesus)

Last week, we learned that it all begins with a belief in God, but that is only the beginning. This week, we will learn that we must also believe in Jesus, the son of God. He is the only one who can redeem us and save us from our sins. Image is from:

A Demonstration of the Handiwork of God

Ephesians 2:10 says that we are the handiwork of God. The life of Rahab is a remarkable story of God working in one’s life. She was once the harlot, but became a woman of faith, a woman of redemption, a woman of inclusion. That same work can be done in each of us.

Five Men on an Island

Acts 13:4-12 tells of a story about five men that are very different from one another. However their lives can speak to ours. Perhaps you might identify with one of them. I have to give credit however to the late Jim Bill McInteer. I took some thoughts from his sermon that he preached many years …

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All Eyes On Him

The title of this lesson is peculiar, but still fitting. We are going to walk through the book of Hebrews and show how the author is pointing us to Christ the whole time. He takes the angels, the priest hood, sacrifices, Moses, Abraham, and even the writings of David to direct all attention to Jesus …

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Our Christian walk is a race; there is a finish line with a reward, and we can run strong or waver and become distracted. The Hebrew writer encourages believers to fix their eyes on Jesus and throw off everything that distracts them. He uses Jesus as their example to follow. We are running that same …

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The Living God

From creation till now, all the works of God are full of life. There is no wonder why Jesus was raised to life. However, the story does not end there. Jesus was raised to life that we too may have life eternal if we follow him. The following is a list of verses used in …

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