Basic Bible Interpretation (Part 1)

BASICS OF BIBLE INTERPRETATION
 
I.          NEH 8:7-8, 12 sets forth the basic principles of Bible interpretation.
            A.        The method the Levites employed caused the people to understand the law.

Nehemiah: Lessons In Building (Part 8)

Nehemiah 8 
vs.1-12.  The people here attended to the reading and exposition of the law of Moses.
      A. There was congregational unity in the matter:  they "...gathered themselves together as one man..." (v.1).  c/w PHIL 1:27; 1CO 1:10.      1. Their cooperation and unity of purpose in the building of the wall carried over into spiritual areas.  Good character rightly manifests itself    in all facets of life.

A Biblical Primer on Wealth (Part 3)

A BIBLICAL PRIMER ON WEALTH

I. How you handle your wealth reveals a lot about your character. LUK 16:10-11.

A. Do not set your heart on wealth, nor trust in uncertain riches.

PSA 62:10; 1TI 6:5-10, 17.

B. MAT 6:19-21. What one values most is where his heart will be. Examine yourself in the light of the following passages:

1. PSA 4:6-7. What brings you the greatest joy?

2. PSA 84:10; 137:6. How highly do you value God's house?

3. PSA 119:72. Do you esteem God's law above your wealth?

4. PRO 18:10-11. What is your defence?

A Biblical Primer on Wealth (Part 2)

A BIBLICAL PRIMER ON WEALTH

I. How you handle your wealth reveals a lot about your character. LUK 16:10-11.

A. Do not set your heart on wealth, nor trust in uncertain riches.

PSA 62:10; 1TI 6:5-10, 17.

B. MAT 6:19-21. What one values most is where his heart will be. Examine yourself in the light of the following passages:

1. PSA 4:6-7. What brings you the greatest joy?

2. PSA 84:10; 137:6. How highly do you value God's house?

3. PSA 119:72. Do you esteem God's law above your wealth?

4. PRO 18:10-11. What is your defence?

A Biblical Primer on Wealth

A BIBLICAL PRIMER ON WEALTH                            
I.  How you handle your wealth reveals a lot about your character.  LUK 16:10-11.
 A.  Do not set your heart on wealth, nor trust in uncertain riches.

The Promise of the Messiah

The coming of the Messiah was prophesied throughout the Old Testament.  John Kishishian traces the promise of the Messiah through the scriptures beginning in Genesis, showing how God revealed more and more information about the Messiah over time.  The prophets foretold of the coming King who would reign on the throne of David forever who would be God himself.

Unconverted Elect


The Power of God Unto Salvation (Part 1)

          THE POWER OF GOD UNTO SALVATION (Romans 1:16-17)
 
Power:  "The ABILITY to do or effect something or anything, or to act upon a person or thing."
 
I.          The word "gospel" means good tidings.  ISA 61:1 c/w LUK 4:18.