Motivation: Critics throughout the centuries have tried to disprove the resurrection. Obviously it is the single most important event in human history. Without it, Paul writes, we are to be pitied (I Cor. 15:17-19). On Easter Sunday, we celebrate Christ’s resurrection as a fact of history!
Zechariah Lesson 1: “The Promised Messiah”
Motivation: The authority of God’s Word calls us to judgment & repentance. Proof of that authority is contained in fulfilled prophecy.
Last Updated (Saturday, 21 March 2015 03:24)
Obadiah Lesson 1: “Compassion for Lost People”
Motivation: The ultimate hypocrisy is the church member who’s humble and proud of it. The sins of Edom are the sins of America; pride, self-sufficiency, and lack of trust in God. These sins can also afflict any one of us and cause us to fall.
Zephaniah Lesson 2: “Our Great Salvation”
Motivation: While we often associate prophecy with doom and judgment, the prophets were often the only voices of hope. In this passage we’ll see judgment but also restoration and salvation.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 31 March 2015 02:47)
Zephaniah Lesson 1: “Everyone Accountable”
Motivation: God’s people had become corrupted with idol worship. God’s coming judgment (through the Babylonian invasion) was not just for vengeance but also for purification. Through God’s words in Zephaniah, we are reminded of His justice, love and control of the future. (Isa. 46:9-10; Daniel 2:20)
Last Updated (Monday, 02 March 2015 07:41)