There are more than one hundred names of God in the Bible. I don’t know that we’ll get through them all in this class, but we’ll make a dent in the list. We could run through them in alphabetical order, but instead we’ll try and cluster them together by topic. This study will take us all over Scripture as we’ll study what God calls himself. These are the Names of God.
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Lesson One: I Am – Jesus
Philippians tells us that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow. We start our series the Names of God looking at the seven different names Jesus calls himself in the Gospel of John.
Lesson Two: Revelation
The final book of the Bible is St. John’s Revelation. It was written to the early Christian church. These first century believers were suffering from intense persecution. The names of God found in Revelation give God’s people hope and strength.
Lesson Three: Advent
The season of Advent is full of rich symbolism and meaning. The names of our God communicate his grace. We’ll look at both the prophesies and fulfillments of God’s promises of the most wonderful time of the year.
Lesson Three: Old Testament
From Angel of the Lord to the God Who Sees Me, the Old Testament is full of names that might not roll off the tongue, but give a beautiful picture of our God. Many of the names are a combination of EL – the generic word for God, and JEHOVAH – the name God gives himself, the God of free and faithful love. We’ll consider a some of these names in lesson four of our study.