Habakkuk Lesson 2: “Awestruck”
Motivation: Isaiah had his vision of the heavenly throne room while Elijah saw God’s glory on Mount Carmel. Peter was dumbstruck at the Mount of Transfiguration. Moses was commanded to remove his sandals on holy ground. In this passage, we have another glimpse of the awesome glory of Almighty God.
Habakkuk Lesson 1: " Hard Questions, Harder Answers"
Motivation: Why do bad things happen to God’s people? The prophet wrestles with the idea of a pagan nation (Babylon) being used to punish Judah. Through this book we receive a wonderful testimony of faith in trying circumstances.
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Zechariah: Lesson 2: “A Refined People”
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“The Promise Fulfilled”
Motivation: On Easter Sunday the first 12 verses of Luke 24 were taught. Within that wonderful account of the resurrection is the declaration of the angels “Why are you looking for the living among the dead?...He is not here but He has been resurrected!” (24:5) In this follow-up to the event, we begin to see the prophecy of the Old Testament applied to Jesus’ life and resurrection.
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!