What are the two main teachings of the Bible? It’s Law and Gospel, of course. This morning we’ll break down the differences of Law and Gospel teaching.
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Where is a good place to start with someone when talking about God? Why not go back to the basics! This Sunday we started a new Bible study: Back to the Basics. We’ll see how we can know about God. All corners of the globe have a concept of God – why do you think that is? God inserted evidence of his existence in creation.
Working hard is a great way to get ahead in life. Trying our best is never a bad idea. What happens when we apply a little elbow grease to our spiritual lives? Working hard is a common thread in almost every religion around the world. Is Christianity really any different? Watch and find out.
The topic of the trinity, our Three-In-One God, isn’t a new one to the Christian, but the answers to the seeker might be. How would you explain your three-in-one God to someone who wasn’t a Christian? It doesn’t make sense – neither does God’s love. There are plenty of unexplained things about the Christian faith that we simply accept. Our God says it; we believe it.
“I only believe what I can see!” Really, do you only believe what you can see? Can you really prove that something doesn’t exist? Is Atheism an uplifting world view? Do agnostics really have a hard time understanding or is it a willful ignorance? This question is for the skeptic in all of us. At first glance it seems worthy of a respect. “Maybe these people just want to think things through.” Let’s take a closer look.
Is the Bible full of myths or history? Is might be easy to pan away what the Bible says, but a closer look doesn’t give us any room for doubt. God bless our study this morning.
Are miracles real? That’s a tough question for the skeptic, but it’s not that hard for the Christian. How can we answer this challenge to the faith? Stay after worship as we work through another lesson in apologetics that has direct ties to Christmas.
Who is God? That might seem like a really big question, but it can clear up a few roadblocks to hearts that don’t know Jesus. How would you respond if someone told you that they don’t believe in God. Why not ask the person to explain who it is that he believes in. There is a good chance you don’t believe in that God either. The Bible clears up one misconception after another. We’ll start clearing a path to Jesus this week as we continue our series, Not Sorry – Apologetics.
Heaven is for real! How do we know? It’s not from near death experiences. God tells us exactly what is waiting for us. We’ll consider all the promises from our loving God this morning during our Bible class period.
“I’ll have time later.” Will you, now? That is a dangerous game to play with our jealous God. He calls to the sinner – NOW is the day of salvation. We continue our Bible class series immediately following worship. Not Sorry – Apologetics.
Can’t I learn about God on my own? Why do I need a church to get closer to God? “I can go for a walk at the end of the day and watch the sun set over the water and be close to my God.” This week we’ll answer the challenge to the Christian faith – why do we need organized religion.
Are unanswered prayers really one of God’s greatest gifts, as a poet once wrote? There is an ache in our soul from times we have poured out our hearts to the Lord. Why doesn’t he answer? Are thoughts and prayers just a throw away line we say when we don’t know what to say?! We’ll work through the topic of prayer – even unanswered ones today in our study.