The Reality of Redemption

TEXTS: Romans 3:21; Colossians 1:13, 14 WORD STUDY: The word “inheritance” found in (Colossians 1:12) literally means, “lot”, “portion” or “a person’s share”. The Greek term is {Gr: klēros} which has several meanings, also from where we get the word “Clergy” which means “in Charge”.  But focusing on our text, the context in Col. 1:12 is [Gr: kleronomia], “an… Read more →

Our Ultimate Inheritance in Him

TEXTS: Colossians 1:12-20 WORD STUDY: The word “inheritance” found in (Colossians 1:12) literally means, “lot”, “portion” or “a person’s share”. The Greek term is {Gr: klēros} which has several meanings, also from where we get the word “Clergy” which means “in Charge”.  But focusing on our text, the context in Col. 1:12 is [Gr: kleronomia], “an inheritance,”. This can also… Read more →

The Legality of Our Inheritance in Him

TEXTS:Colossians 1:12-20 WORD STUDY: The word “inheritance” found in (Colossians 1:12) literally means, “lot”, “portion” or “a person’s share”. The Greek term is {Gr: klēros} which has several meanings, also from where we get the word “Clergy” which means “in Charge”.  But focusing on our text, the context in Col. 1:12 is [Gr: kleronomia], “an inheritance,”. This can also… Read more →

Amazing Love: The Hallmark of the Incarnation

TEXT: Isaiah 9:6-7; Matthew 2: 11, 12; Luke 2: 11;  WORD STUDY: The word “incarnation” , just like the word “rapture” is not found in the Bible. However, it is an accurate theological expression that captures valid Biblical concepts.  In the case of“incarnation,” the English word is from… Read more →

Amazing Love: The Purpose of the Incarnation

TEXT: 2 Cor. 5: 19-21; Hebrews 2:14, 17-18; Colossians 1:15-19; 2:8-10 WORD STUDY: The word “incarnation” , just like the word “rapture” is not found in the Bible. However, it is an accurate theological expression that captures valid Biblical concepts.  In the case of“incarnation,” the English word is from… Read more →

Living Faith (What It Means To Believe)

TEXTS: Genesis 1:26; Romans 10:10; Mark 11:23 WORD STUDY: The words “BREATH” Genesis 2:7 is the Hebrew Word {Heb. Rauch}. This means breath, wind or spirit, and is translated “Holy Spirit” many times in the Old Testament. God is a Spirit and He took something of Himself, which is spirit, and… Read more →

The Purpose of the Law

1. TO REVEAL SIN The first main purpose of the law is to show men their sinful condition. Rom. 3:19–20 (NKJV) Now we know that whatever the law says, it says to those who are under the law, that every mouth may be… Read more →

Law and Grace

In our last study we came to the following conclusion: According to the NT, salvation is received through faith alone-faith in Christ’s finished work of atonement-without human works of any kind. But thereafter this faith always issues in appropriate works-actions… Read more →

Faith for Salvation

So far we have considered faith in the widest and most general sense as related to all the statements and promises of God in the Bible. However, there is one part of the Bible’s message which is of the greatest… Read more →

Why It Is Important To Me To Study Bible

You’ve asked a good question that deserves a straightforward answer: The Bible, the only source of absolute divine authority, will inform you of God’s mind and will for your life (2 Timothy 3:16-17). That is surely reason enough to study… Read more →