Jacob Settles in Egypt

Bible Study from Matthew 5:1-3 The Sermon on the Mount by Jesus Christ is well recognized, but there are also many people who don’t completely understand it. This is especially true when it comes to the 8 Beatitudes listed in the famous sermon. Let’s look at verses 1-3 from Matthew…

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Noah and the rainbow covenant

Bible Study Lesson from Genesis 9:1-17  This Biblical disaster begins with a warning to build the ark and ends with a promise. The reading of Noah and the rainbow covenant gives a lesson of hope and grace. When the great flood was finally over, God made a promise to Noah,…

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What did Jesus say about purity?

Bible Study Lessons: Acts 4:23-31 This is the situation right after Peter and John were arrested for speaking about Christ to the people. Just as Peter and John were bold in their words, the people made a bold prayer (below) which confirmed their belief in Jesus. The Bible study lesson…

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Joseph's Brothers - Second Journey to Egypt

Bible Study Lesson — Judges 6:25-40 In the last lesson about Gideon we learned how he questioned God – and now he’s moved forward into testing. Does this sound familiar? Have you and I ever questioned God or asked for a sign that He was on our side? Let’s study…

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What did Jesus say about working on the Sabbath

Bible Study Lessons from Matthew- 5:1-12 You’ve probably heard of the the famous sermon on the mount from the books in Matthew where Jesus gave the 8 beatitudes including one of the most quoted; “blessed are the meek“. Maybe you use some of them now as an example for daily…

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Noah's Ark - The Great Flood

Bible Study Lesson: Genesis 7:6-24 You know the story, one of the most well-known Biblical disasters of all time – Noah’s ark and the great flood. – God brought on the great flood to destroy the world – and the rainbow appeared in the ending. But, there is more to…

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Peter and John Arrested for Sharing Christ

Bible Study Lessons: Acts 4:1-22 Amazing! I’ve heard this statement made many times in the past few years in government, education and just about every other public place. This Bible study talks about how Petter and John are arrested for sharing Christ, and it’s still going on today. It’s from…

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Angel Visits Gideon

Bible Study Lesson — Judges 6:11-24 In this lesson an angel visits Gideon and what does he do? First, he accuses God of abandonment. But, who left who? When Gideon received his visit from the angel, his first reaction was to question why God had “forsaken” him and his people….

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Peter Sees Opportunity to Preach

Bible Study Lessons: Acts 3:11-26 Opportunity – Dictionary.com describes the word as: “1. an appropriate or favorable time or occasion. 2. a situation or condition favorable for attainment of a goal. 3. a good position, chance, or prospect, as for advancement or success.” All these are good explanations and today…

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Midian Attacks Israel

Bible Study Lesson — Judges 6:1-10 Again, as we see all through Judges, Israel “did what was evil in the sight of the Lord” and God punished them. In this story, we’ll discover how Midian Attacks Israel because of disobedience to God – again. Then, and only then did they…

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Stephen is Stoned

Bible Study Lessons: Acts 3:1-10 “You’re majoring in the minors.” This is what a friend of mine used to say when I focused on “small” things. Just as Peter heals the beggar in this story, God could be working on “big” things in your life. We sometimes have a tendency…

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Joseph Tells All

Bible Study Lesson — Judges 4:1-24 A strong woman in the Bible? Yes, the Scripture had women leaders too. Deborah was a prophetess who led the people for a period in Judges. This story of Deborah and Barak shows not only were there female leaders in the Bible, but ones…

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3,000 believers at Pentecost

Bible Study Lessons: Acts 2:42-47 The Day of Pentecost was an exciting time because of the 3,000 new believers but all these people are still “infants” in their faith. Accepting is only the first step in becoming a Christian. Now that the Christian church is formed, the new fellowship of…

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