Free Online Bible Course

 

                          

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These amazing courses are 100% online, and 100% FREE! There is also an option to receive a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.

FREE COURSES IN BIBLICAL STUDIES

If you are looking for a FREE and practical method of discovering what the Bible teaches about key issues, these programs are for you!  13 courses lead the student on a comprehensive Bible journey resulting in a clear understanding of the subject.  Perfect for new Christians, Bible teachers, group Bible study leaders, or anyone wanting to be certain of what the Scriptures actually teach on the subject. Completion of a course will earn you a Certificate of Achievement. 6 Certificates of Achievement will earn you the Seminary's Certificate in Biblical Studies. 12 Certificates of Achievement will earn you the Seminary's Diploma in Biblical Studies. No degrees are given. Graduates of this program are eligible to apply for the Ministerial License of the Trinity Ministerial Fellowship.

A WORD ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF EARNING A CERTIFICATE - Certificate programs are the latest trend in adult higher education.  To meet the rising demand, U.S. institutions of higher learning are expected to greatly increase the number of certificate programs currently offered.  Not surprisingly, the value and prestige of earning a certificate is beginning to rival that of the associate degree, and in some cases even the baccalaureate degree.  Certificates are an ideal way to gain competency quickly and less expensively.  They are also considered a more reasonable stepping stone toward earning a degree if that is the ultimate goal.

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To request a Brochure or Catalog, please email the Seminary: info@titseminary.org

Please note that students must have regular access to internet and an email account.

COURSES

Christ Jesus:  Christ Jesus is God, the Son. He fulfills the role of the Jewish Messiah and the Savior of the world. He is perfect in His humanity and in His deity. Christ Jesus is the Anointed One of the Old Testament. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Salvation:  Salvation is God's spiritual and eternal deliverance from the consequences of sin of those of lost humanity who repent and receive Christ and His atoning sacrifice. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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God:  "A Spirit infinite, eternal and unchangeable in his being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness and truth." (Westminster Confession). Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Man:  Man: A human being, male or female, with no reference to sex, race, or nationality; a being originally created in the likeness and image of God; a personal, rational, moral being now bearing the image of Adam. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Prayer:  Prayer is communion with God. Prayer may be "supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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The Church: The church is a body of baptized believers united by covenant to obey the Great Commission and practice the ordinances of baptism and the Lord's Supper. The church is the spiritual Body of Christ united and gifted and directed by the presence of the Holy Spirit. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Evangelism: Evangelism and Gospel are inseparable. Evangelism requires the Gospel message. The Gospel message, when proclaimed, is Evangelism. Gospel is the message to be proclaimed; Evangelism is the work of proclamation. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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The Holy Spirit: The Christian should be as familiar with the Person and work of the Holy Spirit as with the ministry and work of the Father and the Son.  This course provides an exhaustive review of the Biblical teaching concerning the Holy Spirit. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Judgment: Every person should be as familiar with what the Biblical teaches on the subject of  Judgment. The course provides an exhaustive review concerning this eternally important subject. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Christ's Second Coming: There are two (2) separate, but related, events in the promised return of Christ: the Rapture; the Revelation.  This course is a must for everyone looking for the return of Christ. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Prophets/Prophecy: This is a "must" course for the individual who wishes to have a clear Biblical understanding of the foundations of Biblical prophecy without denominational or biased overtones  Covers the entire Bible from Old to New Testaments. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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Sin from A Biblical Perspective: Every student of the Bible should be familiar with what the Scriptures actually teach concerning the issue of sin.  This concise but comprehensive course will open the student's mind to this foundational issue. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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God's Recipe for A Happy Home: God has ordained that the home should be the foundation for society.  This course deals with the fundamentals of this critical issue. A very important course in light of current attitudes toward the traditional family. Click Here to View and Print Course Material

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 Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course

To receive your optional Certificate of Achievement, we need the following information from you:

  1. The course you have completed.
  2. Your names as you would like it to appear on your Certificate.
  3. Your full mailing address.
  4. Your email address and telephone number (if any)
  5. One page essay summarizing your understanding of the course. This can be emailed to: info@titseminary.org

By submitting this statement, you are affirming that you actually completed the course for which you are requesting the Certificate, and that you understand that the fee is non- refundable.

Please send the above documentation with your check, Money Order or Bank draft in the amount of $20 (Twenty U.S. Dollars) per course, drawn on a USA Bank, and mail to:

Trinity International Theological Seminary, P. O. Box 1591, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117, USA. You can also make payments by PayPal, credit or debit cards on our website: www.titseminary.org

You may email the above documentation to: info@titseminary.org

NOTE: Students residing outside the United States must include additional $5 (Five U.S. Dollars) for certificate mailing and handling cost. 

Please note: The courses are free of charge and you are not required to send us the above documentation if you do not need a Certificate of Achievement.

 

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Course Name: Christ Jesus

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!

      2.  Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.

      3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.

      4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help

      5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add.  Write a summary of  what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you   writeyour summary, the more you will learn!

      6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.

      7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.

      8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.

      9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen

          yourself.

     10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: Christ Jesus is God, the Son. He fulfills the role of the Jewish Messiah and the Savior of the world. He is perfect in His humanity and in His deity.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your ministry by discussing your study with others.

Christ Jesus is the Anointed One of the Old Testament. Psalm 45:7; Isaiah 53:7-12; 61:1; Daniel 9:24-

26; Zechariah 13:6,7.

Christ Jesus is the Atoning One of the New Testament. Matthew 26:28; John 10:11,15,17; 12:24; Acts 5:30,31; 20:28; Romans 5:6-11; 8:3; 1Thessalonians 5:9,10; Hebrews

9:14; 1John 1:7; 1Peter 1:18,19; Revelation 1:5.

Christ Jesus is the Glorified One of Eternity. Mark 16:19; Luke 22:69; Acts 2:33; 5:31; 7:55,56; Romans 8:34; Philippians 2:9; Hebrews 1:3; 2:9; 8:1; 12:2; Revelation 5:12,13.

Christ Jesus is the Creative Agent. John 1:3; 1Corinthians 8:6; Ephesians 3:9; Colossians 1:16; Hebrews 1:2.

Christ Jesus is God, the Son (His deity).

1. Beloved Son, Matthew 12:18; 17:5; Mark 1:11; Ephesians 1:6; Colossians 1:13; Hebrews 5:5.

2. Son of God, Matthew 2:15; 3:17; 8:29; 14:33; 17:5; Mark 1:1; Luke 1:35; John 1:34; 3:18; 9:35; 10:36; 11:27; Acts 9;20; Hebrews 10:29; 1John 4:15

  3.  King of kings, 1Timothy 6:15; Revelation 1:5; 17:14; 19:16.

  4. Christ of God, Luke 9:20.

  5. One with the Father, John 10:30,38; 12:45; 14:7-10; 17:10.

  6. All the fullness of God, Colossians 1:19

   7. Image of God, 2Cor 4:4; Hebrews 1:3

Christ Jesus is Man, the Son of man, (His humanity).

1. His title, Matthew 8:20; 11:19; 24:27; Mark 8:38; Luke 18:8; John 5:27; 6:53; Acts 7:56; Revelation 1:13.

2. His human characteristics: Sorrow, Matthew 26:37; Hunger, Luke 4:2; Sleep, Luke 8:23; Weariness, John 4:5; Poverty, Luke 9:58; 2Corinthians 8:9.

Christ Jesus is the sacrificial Lamb of God.

  1. Lamb of God, John 1:29.
  2. Savior, Luke 2:11; Acts 5:31; Hebrews 7:25.
  3. Author of eternal salvation, Hebrews 5:9.
  4. Good Shepherd, John 10:11.
  5. Our Passover, 1Corinthians. 5:
  1. Head of Church, Ephesians 2:22; Colossians 1:18.

Christ Jesus has received the office of Judge, Matthew 25:31- 34; Luke 3:17; John 5:22-30; Acts 10:42; 17:31; Romans 2:16; 14:10; 1Corinthians 4:4,5; 2Corinthians 5:10;

2 Timothy 4:1; Revelation 2:23.

Christ Jesus came to complete a mission, Matthew 1:21; 3:11,12; 5:17; 9:13; 20:28; Mark 1:38; 2:15-22; Luke 9:56; 24:26, 44-47; John 3:16,17; 4:34; 9:39; 10:10; 12:27,46,47; Romans 4:25; 5:6-10;14:9; Galatians 4:4,5; Hebrews 2:9-18; 1John 3:5; 4:10.

Christ Jesus' completed mission produced the Gospel,

1. Birth, Matthew 13:55,56; Luke 1:26-2:21.

2. Sinless life, Luke 1:35; John 8:46; 2Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 4:15; 7:26; 1Peter 2:22; 1John 3:5.

3. Sacrificial death, Matthew 27:24-50; Luke 9:22; Philippians 2:7,8; Hebrews 9:23-28; 12:2,3

4. Triumphant resurrection, Acts1:3; 2:24,31,32; 3:15; Romans 1:4; 6:4-10; 1Thessalonians 4:14; Hebrews 13:20; Revelation 1:5,18.

5. Ascension, Acts 1:10,11

6. Return, Matthew 16:27, 28; 24:3-25:31; John 14:3; Acts 1:11; 1Corinthians 15:23; Philippians 3:20,21; Colossians 3:4; 1Thessalonians 4:15-17; Hebrews 9:28; 1Peter 5:4; 2Peter 3:1-12; 1John 3:2; Revelation 22:12.

Christ Jesus is our coming King, Matthew 25:31-34; 26:64; 28:18; Luke 1:32,33; 2:11; 19:27; 22:29; John 13:3; 18:36; Acts 2:30; 5:31; 1Corinthians 15:23-28; Ephesians 1:20-22; Revelation 11:15; 17:14; 19:11-16; 20:4-6.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.   See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: Salvation

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievment.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the morecompletely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: Salvation is God's spiritual and eternal deliverance from the consequences of sin of those of lost humanity who repent  and receive Christ and His atoning sacrifice.

Main Words Used in Salvation: Justification, Acts 13:39; Romans 5:1; 1Corinthians 6:11; Galatians 3:24. Redemption, Romans 3:24; 1Corinthians 1:30; Ephesians 1:7; Colossians 1:14; Hebrews 9:12;1Peter 1:18,19. Regeneration, John 3:3-8; 2Peter 1:3,4. Adoption, Romans 8:14-17; Ephesians 1:5; Galatians 4:5-7. Sanctification, John 17:17; 1Thessalonians 4:3,4; 1Thessalonians 5:23.

Salvation Is Possible Only Through Christ: John 14:6; Acts 4:12.

Stated Human Conditions of Salvation: Not works but grace, Romans 4:1-8; Ephesians 2:8,9.

Repentance from sin and faith toward God, Mark 1:4,15; Matthew 4:7; Luke 24:47; Acts 3:19; Acts 26:20; Romans 2:4.

Personal faith in Jesus' atoning work, John 5:24; Acts 10:43; Acts 20:21; Galatians 2:16; Ephesians 1:12-14; 2Timothy 3:15; Hebrews 12:2.

Main Evidences of Salvation: Peace with God, Romans 5:1;

Good life and works: Ephesians 2:10; James 2:26; 1Peter 2:9-12.

Main Results of Salvation: Become new creature, 2Corinthians 5:17; Galatians 6:15.

Become a member of God's family, John 1:11,12; Galatians 4:6.

Become free from Satan's kingdom, Colossians 1:13; Romans 6:18.

Become a servant of righteousness, Romans 6:18,22.

Salvation Is Open To All Peoples: Given to the Jew first, Romans 1:16;

Now given to all people, Acts 13:35-49; 1Timothy 2:4; 2Peter 3:9.

Water Baptism Testifies To Salvation: Matthew 28:19,20; Acts 2:38; Acts 8:36-38; Romans 6:3,4; Colossians 2:12.

Bible Promises Testify To Salvation: John 1:11,12; John 3:14-17; Acts 15:11; 1Corinthians 6:11; 2Corinthians 5:17; Titus 2:11; 1John 5:11.

Our Testimony or Witness Tells of Salvation: Acts4:18-20; Acts 5:31,32; 2Timothy 4:7

Salvation is God's Gift: Romans 6:23; Romans 8:32; Ephesians 4:7; 2Peter 1:3.

Salvation Pardons Sins: Psalms 32:1-5; Isaiah 55:6,7; Mark 3:28; Ephesians 4:32; Hebrews 10:2; I John 1:9.

Salvation Forgives Sins: 1John 1:9; Mark 11:26; John 8:11; 1John 2:1,2.

Salvation Cleanses From Sins: 1John 1:9; Isaiah 6:6; Psalms 103:12; Matthew 26:28; Hebrews 8:12.

Salvation Is Offered to The Worst Of Sinners: Romans 5:6,8,10; Luke 23:39-43; 1Corinthians 6:9-11;1Timothy 1:12-15.

Salvation Is Forever: Matthew 25:46; John 4:14; John 5:24; John 10:10,28; Titus 1:2; 3:7; 1John 5:11.

Salvation's Message Is To Be Shared: Matthew 28:19,20; Acts 1:8; Acts 5:41,42; 2Timothy 2:2; Acts 8:4,26-39.

Church Membership Should Follow Salvation: Acts 2:41; Acts 2:47; Acts 6:7.

Good Works Should Follow Salvation: Ephesians 2:10; 2Corinthians 9:8; Colossians 1:10; Colossians 3:12-14,17; 2Thessalonians 2:17; Titus 2:14.

The Saved Should Praise God: Luke 24:52; Acts 2:46,47; Hebrews 13:15; 1Peter 2:9.

Salvation Gives Peace With God: John 14:27; 16:33; 20:19; Romans 5:1; Romans 14:17; 15:13,33; Ephesians 2:14-17; 2Thessalonians 3:16.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge if you will add other verses to the proper section.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2).

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: God

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll at a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin,

please note:

FIRST:  This is a comprehensive tuition-free study.  You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH:  Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.   Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn. Since there are tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn.
  6. Mark your Bible.  Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate! Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly.You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: "A Spirit infinite, eternal and unchangeable in his being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness and truth." (Westminster Confession).

God is One: Deuteronomy 6:4; Mark 12:29; 1Corinthians 8:6; 1 Timothy 2:5; James 2:19.

God reveals Himself in three Persons: As Father: John 6:27; 1 Peter 1:2.

As the only begotten Sonof God: John 1:1,14; John 1:18; Titus 2:13; Colossians 2:9. As the Holy Spirit: Matthew 28:19,20; John 14:16,17,26; Romans 8:9-11.

God reveals Himself by many Names: In the Old Testament we have "God" as in Genesis 1:1; "Lord" as in Genesis 15:2; "LORD" as in Genesis 2:4; "Lord GOD" as in Genesis 15:2; "LORD God" as in Genesis 2:4; "LORD of Hosts" as in 1Samuel 1:3; "LORD JEHOVAH" as in Isaiah 12:2; "Almighty God" as in Genesis 17:1; "Everlasting God" as in Genesis 21:33; "Mighty God" as in Isaiah 9:6,7; "Most High God" as in Genesis 14:18. God is eternal: Deuteronomy 33:27; Psalms 9:7; Isaiah 44:6; Romans 1:20; 1 Timothy 1:17; 1Timothy 6:15,16; 2 Peter 3:8; Revelation 10:6.

God is truth: Numbers 23:19; Deuteronomy 32:4; Psalms 33:4; Psalms 100:5; John 8:26; John. 17:17; Titus 1:2; Revelation 6:10; Revelation 15:3.

God is holy: Leviticus 19:2; 1Samuel 2:2; Psalms 22:3; Isaiah 6:3; Isaiah 57:15; Luke 1:49; John 17:11; James 1:13; 1John 1:5; 2:20.

God is just: Deuteronomy 10:17; Job 21:22; Psalms 19:9; Psalms 96:13; Jeremiah 11:20; Acts 17:31; Romans 2:2; 1Peter 1:17; 2Peter 2:9.

God is love: Deuteronomy 23:5; Psalms 89:33; John 3:16; John 14:21; Romans 5:8; 2Corinthians 13:11; Titus 3:4; 1 John 4:8, 9, 10, 16, 19.

God has all power (omnipotent): Genesis 18:14; Job 42:2; Matthew 19:26; Revelation 19:6; Revelation 21:22.

God has all knowledge (omniscient): 1 Samuel 2:3; 16:7; Job 36:4; Proverbs 5:21; Acts 1:24; Romans 11: 33,34; Hebrews 4:13.

God is everywhere (omnipresent): 1 Kings 8:27; Psalms 139:3,5,7,8,9,10; Jeremiah 23:23; Acts 17:24,27,28.

God is invisible: Exodus 33:20; John 1:18; John 6:46; 1 Timothy 1:17.

God is unchanging: Psalms 33:11; Malachi. 3:6; Romans 11:29; Hebrews 6:17.

God created all things: Genesis 1 and 2; Exodus 20:11; Nehemiah 9:6; Psalms 8:3; Psalms 121:2; Acts 4:24; Acts 17:24; Hebrews 11:3.

God sustains all things (Providence): Genesis 8:22; Psalms 65:9-13; Psalms 103: 3-5; Matthew 6:26-33; Acts 14:17; 2Corinthians 9:8-10.

God rules all things: Exodus15:18; 1 Samuel l2:6-8; Matthew 6::10; 11:25; Acts 17:24-26; Romans 14:11; 1Timothy 6:15; Revelation 4:11.

God is the Redeemer: Exodus 15:2; Psalms 18:30; Isaiah 12:2; Isaiah 43 :3,11; John 3:16; Romans 1:16; 6:23; 1Thessalonians 5:9; 2Timothy 1:9.

God has revealed Himself: Through Creation, Romans 1:19,20; Through holy men, 2Peter 1:20,21; Through His Son, Hebrews 1:1-4.

God must be worshiped: Exodus 20:3; Deuteronomy 5:7; Matthew 4:10; Luke 4:8; Colossians 2:18,19; Hebrews 10:25 Revelation 14:7; 19:10; 22:8,9.

As you study the Bible verses, you will discover other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge if you will add other verses to the proper section or make new divisions.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section. What you have read should not be the end, but the beginning of your study of this subject.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS! If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life- changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: Man

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST:  This is a comprehensive tuition-free study.  You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH:  Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you.God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!

      2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.

      3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.

      4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.

      5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thought you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn. Since there are no tests to complete more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!

      6. Mark your Bible.  Make notations in the margin.

      7. Meditate! Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.

      8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.

    9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand mor clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.

     10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: a human being, male or female, with no reference to sex, race, or nationality; a being originally created in likeness and image of God; a personal, rational, moral being now bearing the image of Adam..Man was created with personality elements. Reason: Genesis 2:19-20; 3:8. Emotion: Genesis 3:6; Volition: Genesis 3:6,7; Moral Nature: Ephesians 4:2Colossians 3:10.

Man was created not evolved. In the image of God, Genesis 1:26,27; Deuteronomy 4:32; Isaiah 43:7; 1Corinthians 15 James 3:9.

Man was created different from animals: Genesis 2:18-25; Genesis 9:2,3.

Man is assigned responsible duty. Genesis 1:26-28; Genesis 12:1-3; Psalms 8:6; Ecclesiastes 12:13,14; Psalms 1; Matt. 25:14-30;

Matthew 28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Acts 1:8; 2Corinthians 5:10.

Man is judged After Fall. Genesis 3:14-24; Romans 5:12-21; 1Timothy 2:13,14; John 3:36; Revelation 20:11-15.

Man is given equal standing with others. Proverbs 22:2; Acts 10:28; Acts 17:26; Galatians 3:28.

Man is related to Mortality and Immortality: Created as a mortal: Job 10:9; Psalms 89:48; Hebrews 9:27; 1Peter 1:2

The Christians are to be made immortal at the coming of Christ: 1Corinthians 15:50-58; 1John 3:1-3.

Man is made with Body, Soul, and Spirit: Genesis 2:7; Hebrews 4:12; 1Thessalonians 5:23; Ecclesiastes 3:21; 2Corin. 4:7;

1Thessalonians 4:17; 2Timothy 1:10; Ecclesiastes 12:7; Proverbs 20:27; Acts 7:59; 2Corinthians 4:16.

Man is shown to have Infinite Value: John 3:16; 1Corinthians 6:20; 1Peter 1:18,19; Revelation 1:5.

Man was created lower than Angels. Job 4:18-21; Psalms 8:5; Hebrews 2:7,8.

Man was given moral laws: Exodus 19 and 20; Psalms 19:7-9; Psalms 119:1-8; Matthew 22:21; Luke 16:17; Romans

2:14,15; Romans 13:10; 1John 3:4; I John 5:3; Colossians 2:14-23.

Man is given opportunity to offer sacrifices: In the Old Testament: Leviticus 3. In the New Testament: Romans 12:1,2; Philippians 3:7,8; Hebrews 13:15;

Man is redeemed only by the Sacrifice of Christ Jesus: John3:16; Hebrews 9:13,14; Hebrews 10:2-17; Romans 5:6,8, 2 Corinthians 5:18,19; 2Peter 1:4.

Man is offered Eternal Salvation: John 3:36 and 5:24 and 10:28-30; Ephesians 2:1-22.

Man is made a Fellow-worker with God: 2Corinthians 6:1; Philippians 2:13.

Man is made a member of the Body of Christ: 1Corinthians 6:15; 1Corinthians 12:12,18,22-27; Ephesians 5:30.

Man is offered future resurrection: John 5:24-29; 1Peter 1:3,4; 2Corinthians 4:14-18; 1Corinthians 15:20,21,23.

Man is offered a spiritual body: 1Corinthians 15:42-49.

Man is promised eternal destiny in Christ: 1Corinthians 15:53-54; 1Timothy 6:14-16; Luke 20:36; John 11:26; 2Timothy 1:10.

As you read the Bible verses, you may find other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge will add other verses to the proper section.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section. Be sure and pass on to others what you have learned. You will be surprised how many people are interested in knowing what the Bible teaches.

,,,end of course

CONGRATULATIONS! If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight!  (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certifcate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: Prayer

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll at a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

 

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!

 

  1. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  2. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  3. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  4. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  5. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  6. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  7. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  8. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  9. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: Prayer is communion with God. Prayer may be "supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks" (1Timothy.2:1).

Bible Gives First Mention of Prayer: Genesis 4:26.

Old Testament Gives Examples of Prayer: Abraham, Genesis .13:4 and 18:22-33; Jacob, Genesis 32:24-32; Moses, Exodus 15:24,25; Samuel, 1Samuel 7:9-10; Solomon, 1Kings 9:3; Elijah, 1Kings 18:37,38; Ezra, Ezra 8:23.

New Testament Gives Examples of Prayer: By Jesus, Luke 22:41,42,45; Matthew 6:9; Mark 1:35; Luke 6:12; John 12:27; John 17. By church, Acts 1:13,14; Acts 4:31; Acts 13:3. By Paul, Acts 9:5,6; Ephesians 1:15,16; Colossians 1:9.

Jesus Christ makes the way to Prayer: By instruction, Matthew 6:5-15; By invitation, Matthew 7:7,8; Luke 18:1; John 14:13,14; 16:24; By his work on the cross, Hebrews 10:19-23.

God invites Prayer: Hebrews 4:14-16.

Bible Makes Promises About Prayer: Psalm 91:15; Isaiah 65:24; John 15:7.

Bible Lists Aids to Answered Prayer: Humble confession, 2Chronicles 7:14; Sincerity, Jeremiah 29:13; Faith, Mark 11:24; Righteousness, James 5:16; Keeping commandments, 1John 3:22.

Bible Lists Hindrances to Answered Prayer: Obstinate rebellion, Proverbs 1:24-28; Secret sin, Psalms 66:18; Continuation in sin, Isaiah 59:2; Wavering, James 1:6; Failure to ask, James 4:3; Bad domestic relations, 1Peter 3:7.

Jesus Christ Teaches How to Pray: No vain repetitions, Matthew 6:7; By instruction, Luke 11:1-4; By illustration, Luke 11:5-13; By example, John 17.

The Holy Spirit Helps Christians in Their Prayers: Shows things of Christ, John 16:17; Helps our infirmity, Romans 8:26-27.

Bible Lists Several Postures in Prayer: Bowing, Exodus 4:31; Kneeling, Acts 9:40; Erect, Luke 18:11, On face, Matthew 26:39.

Bible Lists Attitudes in Prayer: Acceptable attitudes: Humility, 2Chronicles 7:14; Importunity, Matthew 15:22-28; Righteousness, James 5:16; Boldness, Hebrews 4:16; Unacceptable attitudes: For human praise, Matthew 6:5-8; Wavering faith, James 1:6,7; For evil purpose, James 4:3.

Bible Lists Types of Prayer: In repentance, Psalms 51:1-17; Luke 18:13; Family, Genesis.12:5,8; Confession, Daniel 9:5,6; 1John 1:9; Supplications, Prayers,

Intercessions, Giving of thanks, 1Timothy 2:1-4.

Bible Exhorts Christians to Prayer: Matthew 7:7,8; Matthew 21:22; Luke 11:9-13; John 14:13,14; John 15:7; Ephesians 6:18-20; 1Thessalonians 5:17.

Bible Lists Special Prayer Times of Jesus: Alone with Father, Luke 5:15,16; Morning, Mark 1:35; Evening, Mark 6:46,47; Entire Night, Luke 6:12; With Disciples, Luke 9:18, John 17; In

Gethsemane, Luke 22:41,42.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge if you will add other verses to the proper section.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life- changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

 Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name:  The Church

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll at a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

 

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test.
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: The church is a body of baptized believers united by covenant to obey the Great Commission and practice the ordinances of baptism and the Lord's Supper. The church is the spiritual Body of Christ united and gifted and directed by the presence of the Holy Spirit.

The Church is the People of God: John 1:12,13; 1Corinthians 12:12-31; 2Corinthians 6:16-18; Galatians 3:16-19; Ephesians 2:11-22; Colossians 1:15-20; 1Peter 2:4-10.

The Church has a sure Foundation: Matthew 16:18-20; 28:16-20; John 10:14-18.

The Church has a Salvation Mission: Matthew 28:19,20; John 17:18; Acts 1:8; Acts 26:16-18;

2 Corinthians 5:16-21; Ephesians 3:7-13; Ephesians 5:25-27; Philippians 1:5-11; 1Peter 2:5,9; Jude 24,25.

The Church has Spiritual Unity: John 17; 1Corinthians 1:10ff.; Galatians 1:6-9; Galatians 3:23-29; Ephesians 4:1-3; 1Peter 3:8ff.

The Church has God-given Leadership: Acts 6:1-6; Acts 13:1-3; Acts 14:21-23; Acts 20:17-35; 1 Corinthians 12:4-30; Ephesians 4:8-16; 1Thessalonians 5:12,13; 1Timothy 3:2-13; Titus 1:7-9; Hebrews 10:23-25;

The Church has a God-given Message: Mark 16:15,16; Luke 24:45-48; Acts 5:42; Romans 1:15,16;1Corinthians 1:21-24; 1Corinthians 2:2; 1Corinthians.15:3-8; Galatians 1:6-12; 2Timothy 4:2.

Jesus Christ began the church: Matthew 16:13-19.

Jesus Christ loved the church: Acts 20:28; Ephesians 5:25; 2Corinthians 11:2; Revelation 19:7.

Jesus Christ is the Head of the church: Ephesians 1:22; Ephesians 4:15; 5:23; Colossians 1:18; Colossians 2:19.

Christians are Members of the Body of Christ: Romans 12:4,5; 1Corinthians 6:15; Ephesians 5:30.

The Holy Spirit is the Manager of the Church: 1Corinthians 12:4-11.

Christ's Present Ministry of Preparation in the Church: Through human leadership, Acts 20:17-38; 1Timothy 3; 2Timothy 2:2-4; 2Timothy 2: 20-26; 1Peter 5:1-11; Through the Holy Spirit, 2Corinthians 3:18,19. Officers of the church: Ephesians 4:8-16; Deacons, Acts 6:3; 1Timothy 3:8-13; Elders, Acts 11:30; Acts 15:2,6,23; 1Timothy 5:1,17; James 5:14; 1Peter 4:1; Bishops, Philippians 1:1; 1Timothy 3:1-7; Titus1:1-8.

Ordinances of the church: Baptism, Matthew 28:19,20; Mark 16:15,16; Acts 2:38; Acts 10:48; Romans 6:23; Colossians 2:12.

The Lord's Supper, Luke 22:7-38; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.

God gave the church a unique task: 1Corinthians 5:17-6:1.

The Holy Spirit is perfecting the church: 2Corinthians 3:18,19; 1John 2:1-3; John 15: 1-8; Ephesians 2:19-21; Ephesians 5:23-33.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge if you will add other verses to the proper section.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.  See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name:  Evangelism

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: Evangelism and Gospel are inseparable. Evangelism requires the Gospel message. The Gospel message, when proclaimed, is Evangelism. Gospel is the message to be proclaimed; Evangelism is the work of proclamation.

The Gospel message of Evangelism centers in Jesus Christ: 1Corinthians 5:1-8; 1Corinthians 2:1-5; Romans 16:25; Acts 2:22-24, 31-36; Acts 4:33; Acts 5:42.

The Gospel message of Evangelism is the power of God: Romans 1:15,16; 1Corinthians 1:23,24; 1Thessalonians 1:5.

The Gospel message of Evangelism has Bible titles:

  1. Gospel of God, Romans 15:16; 1Thessalonians 2:8; 1Peter 4:17.
  2. Gospel of Jesus Christ, Mark 1:1.
  3. Gospel of Christ, Romans 1:16; 1Corinthians 9:12,18; Philippians. 1:27; 1Thessalonians 3:2.
  4. Gospel of Salvation, Ephesians 1:13.
  5. Gospel of Peace, Ephesians 6:15.
  6. Glorious Gospel of Christ, 2Corinthians 4:4.

The Gospel message of Evangelism is the proclamation of the Word:

  1. The Word of God, 1Thessalonians 2:13.
  2. The Word of Christ, Colossians 3:16.
  3. The Word of Salvation, Acts 13:26.
  4. The Word of Reconciliation, 2Corinthians 5:19.
  5. The Word of Truth, 2Ephesians 1:13; 2Corinthians 6:7.
  6. The Word of Life, Philippians 2:16.

The Gospel message of Evangelism plants good seed, Matthew 13:3-8;18-23.

The Gospel message of Evangelism produces good fruit: Matthew 11:4-6; Luke 1:76-79; Luke 2:10-14; Luke 4:18,19; John 4:14; John 8:32; John 15:1-8.

The Gospel message of Evangelism must be received with faith: Acts 16:30,31; Hebrews 4:1,2; Hebrews 11:6.

The Gospel message of Evangelism is made effective:

  1. By preaching, Luke 24:46,47; Acts 2:14-40; Romans 1:15,16; 1Corinthians 1:17-24; 1Timothy 1:8- 11.
  2. By witnessing, Luke 24:48; Acts 1:8; Acts 26:1-29.
  3. By godly living, 1Peter 2:9-12; 3:1-9.
  4. By establishing churches, Acts chapters 13-20.
  5. By letting the Light shine in the Christian, Matthew 5:13-16.
  6. By multiplying workers, John 4:34-38; 2Timothy 2:2.
  7. By working miracles, Acts 3:1-26;
  8. By God-given organization, Ephesians 4:7-16.
  9. By godly praying, Ephesians 6:17-20; Philippians 1:18,19.
  10. By generous giving, 2Corinthians chapters 8and 9.
  11. By sending missionaries, Acts 8:5-40; 13:1-4.
  12. By obeying the Holy Spirit, Acts 16:6-15.
  13. By instructing others, Acts 18:24-28; 2Timothy 2:4.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your knowledge if you will add other verses to the proper section.

Discuss with other Christians what you have learned. Ask other Christians for other verses to add to each section. By using what you learn, you strengthen the lesson in your own mind and impart the truth to others. This fulfills the command of Christ!

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that Godn will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life- changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name:  The Holy Spirit

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD:  This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

DEFINITION: The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity. He is God IN the Christian. The Holy Spirit has names that reveal oneness with the Father and the Son...

  1. Spirit of God, Romans 8:9; 1Corinthians 2:10,11; 3:16;
  2. Spirit of Christ, Romans 8:9 1Peter 1:11;
  3. Spirit of His Son, Galatians 4:6;
  4. Spirit of Jesus Christ, Philippians 1:19.

The Holy Spirit manifests His Person to be distinct from the Father and the Son.

At Jesus' baptism, Matthew 3:16,17; Luke 3:21,22;

By anointing Jesus, Acts 10:38;

By raising Jesus from the tomb, Romans 8:11.

The Holy Spirit has the attributes of deity.

Spirit of life, Romans 8:2;

Spirit of truth, John 16:13;

Spirit of holiness, Ephesians 4:30;

Eternal Spirit, Hebrews 9:14;

Omnipresence, Psalm 139:7;

Omniscience, 1Corinthians 12:11.

The Holy Spirit does the work of deity.

In creation, Genesis 1:2;

In casting out demons, Matthew 12:28;

In conviction of the world, John 16:8;

In regeneration, John 3:8;

In resurrection, Romans 8:11;

In resisting anti-Christ, 2Thessalonians 2:6,7.

The Holy Spirit is linked with deity by the Bible.

Baptismal statement, Matthew 28:19;

Benedictions, 2Cor 13:14; 1Peter 1:2.

The Holy Spirit has the attributes of personality.  

He has knowledge, 1Corinthians 2:10,11; 2Peter 1:21;

He has emotion, Ephesians 4:30;He has power of will, Acts 2:4; 10:19,20; 13:2; 16:6,7.

The Holy Spirit works upon the unsaved. He brings conviction, John 16:8-11.

The Holy Spirit works with the Christian.

To give eternal life, John 3:3-8; 6:63;

To teach, Luke 12:12; 1Corinthians 2:12;

To guide into truth, John 16:13;

To control ministry, Acts 10:19,20; 16:6;

To give power to witness, Acts 1:8;

To lead, Romans 8:14;

To comfort, John 14:16,18,26; 16:7;

To seal, Ephesians 1:13;

To testify of Christ, John 15:26;16:14;

To abide forever, John 14:16;

To assist in prayer, Romans 8:26,27.

The Holy Spirit abides IN the Christian.

John 14:17; Romans 8:9; 1Corinthians 3:16; 6:19,20.

The Holy Spirit administers the Church, the Body of Christ.

Baptizes into the church, Body of Christ, 1Corinthians 12:12,13;

Directs in the selection of workers, Acts 13:2;

Gives gifts, 1Corinthians 12:4, 8-11;

Administers, 1Corinthians 12:5-7.

The Holy Spirit inspired the Bible.

By breathing out God's Word, 2Timothy 3:15-17;

By moving upon godly men, 2Peter 1:19-21.

The Holy Spirit can be sinned against.

By rebelling against the Spirit, Isaiah 63 10;

By blaspheming the Holy Spirit, Matthew 12:31; Mark 3:29;

By lying to the Holy Spirit, Acts 5:3;

By resisting the Holy Spirit, Acts 7:51;

By grieving the Holy Spirit, Ephesians 4:30;

By quenching the Holy Spirit, 1Thess 5:19;

By despising the Holy Spirit, Hebrews 10:29.

The Christian is to obey the Holy Spirit.

By being filled with the Spirit, Ephesians 5:18;

By walking in obedience to the Spirit's leadership, Galatians 5: 16,25;

By bearing the fruit of the Spirit, Galatians 5:22,23;

By ministering in the demonstration of the power of the Holy Spirit, 1Corinthians 2:1-5.

By praying in the Spirit, Romans 8:26.

As you read the Bible verses, you will notice other verses that relate to the same subject. It will increase your ministry by discussing your study with others.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life- changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.  See the "Procedure for Requesting for a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: JUDGMENT

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll at a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost. After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND: This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith. Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn. Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate! Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: Judgment requires a judge, a basis of judgment, evidence of transgression, and a resulting verdict. God's judgment is righteous, true, and beyond any other court of appeal.

The New Testament States the Universal Judgment of Sowing/Reaping, Galatians 6:7-9; 2 Corinthians 9:6.

The Old Testament Gives Examples of God's Direct Judgment. Exodus 12:12; Ezekiel 25:11; 1 Samuel 25:38; 2 Samuel 6:7.

By disease, Exodus 9:10; Numbers 16:47; 2 Chronicles 26:19.

By drought, 1Kings 17:1; Amos 4:7. By natural disaster, Genesis:7:17-24.

By angels, Isaiah 37:36; Acts 12:23; Hebrews 2:2.

By war and captivity, Jeremiah 25:8-14.

The New Testament Gives Examples of God's Direct Judgment. Luke 19:41-44; Acts 12:23; Acts 13:11.

The New Testament Warns Against Man's Judgment of Others. Matthew 7:1,2; Luke 6:37; Romans 14:3,10,13; James 4:11.

The New Testament Teaches Self-Judgment By the Christian. 1 Corinthians 11:31; 2 Corinthians 11:5-30; 13:5; 1 John 1:9.

The New Testament Teaches the Basis of Judgment. Matthew 7:2;12:36; Luke 11:31;19:22; John 12:48; Acts 17:31; Romans 2:2,5.

The New Testament Teaches that Christians Will Face the Judgment of Christ upon their Works, Corinthians 5:10.

Time. After Christ's return, Revelation 22:12.

Subjects. All Christians, 1 Corinthians 3:13-15; 2 Corinthians 5:10.

Judge. Christ is the Judge, Matthew 25:14-46; Luke 19:22; Romans 14:10; 2 Timothy 4:8.

Basis. The conformity of the Christian's work to Christ's standards, 1 Corinthians 3:10-15; 2 Corinthians 5:10.

Result. Loss or Gain of rewards described as crowns, such as the following: 1. Incorruptible 1 Corinthians 9:25-27,

  1. Life Revelation 2:10, James 1:12.
  2. Glory 1 Peter 5;2-4,
  3. Righteousness 2 Timothy 4:8,
  4. Rejoicing 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20.

The unsaved will face Final Judgment. Romans 2:5,16; Hebrews 13:4; 2 Peter 3:7; Jude 1:6.

Time. Revelation chapters 19 and 20.

Subjects. The unsaved dead, Romans 2:1-11; 2 Peter 2:4,9-19; Revelation 20:12.

Judge. Jesus is the Judge. John 5:22, 27-29; Revelation 20:11.

Basis. Their evil works. Revelation 20:12,13.

Result. Eternal or the second death. Revelation 20:14,15.

Jesus bore God's Judgments for believers" salvation. 2 Peter 2:24; Romans chapter 5and 6. Isaiah 53:4,5,6,10,11.

Time: Crucifixion of Christ ( 30 A.D.)

Place: Calvary, outside Jerusalem, Hebrews 13:12.

Basis: Jesus One-time and Finished Work, 1 Peter 2:24; Hebrews 9 and 10.

Result: Jesus took believer's sins and imparts His righteousness, 2 Corinthians 5:21.

The Bible describes three Thrones of Judgment:

The Judgment Seat of Christ, 2 Corinthians 5:10. This takes place in the air and is for believers' only. It deals with works, not salvation.

The Throne of Glory, Matthew 25:31, 32. This takes place of Earth and deals with nations rather than individuals.

The Great White Throne, Revelation 20:11,12. This takes place in the heavens and deals with the destiny of the wicked dead.

The fallen angels await this Great White Throne judgment, Jude 1:6

The Jewish nation will undergo judgment in the Great Tribulation, Matthew 24:21-31; Jeremiah 30:4-7; Daniel 12:1

Judgment is an inescapable human experience, Hebrews 9:27; Romans 2:3.

God's Judgment is Just and without respect of persons, Romans 2:2,11.

God has placed all judgment in the authority of His Son, the Lord Jesus, John 5:22, 27, 28-30.

God's Judgment may be progressive, Romans 1:18, 24, 26,28; Amos 4.

God's Judgment may be averted by repentance, Jonah 3:10.; 2 Chronicles 7:12-14,

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CONGRATULATIONS! If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for small fee.  See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: Christ's Second Coming

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost. After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND: This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible. Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith. Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn. Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate! Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help youto understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: There are two (2) separate, but related, events in the promised return of Christ: the Rapture; the Revelation.

  1. The Rapture is Christ's return "in the air for His saints, 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18. A. The New Testament explains the reasons for the Rapture:
    1. To resurrect the "dead in Christ", 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; 1 Corinthians 15:22,23;51-57;Philippians 3:11; 20,21; Revelation 20:4-6.
  2. To receive the saved to Himself, John 14:1-3; 2 Thessalonians 2:1.
  3. To make the bodies of the saved to be immortal and incorruptible 1 Corinthians 15:51-57; Philippians3:20,21; 1 John 3:2.
  4. To reward the saved at the Judgment Seat of Christ, 1 Corinthians 3:13-15; 2 Corinthians 5:10; 1Peter 1:3,4.
  5. To remove the hindrance to the coming of the Anti-Christ, 2 Thessalonians 2:1-8,
  6. To cause the saved to escape the Great Tribulation, Luke 21:34-36; 1 Thessalonians 5:9.
  7. The New Testament describes those who shall be raptured. The relationship to Christ as Savior and Lord is essential:
    1. Be "Christ's", 1 Corinthians 15:23; Galatians 5:24. 2. Experiencing reality of John 14: 1-6,Be "in Christ" 2 Corinthians 5:17,Be in the exalted "Body of Christ", 1 Corinthians 12:13; Ephesians 1: 22,23 C. The New Testament details the divisions of Rapture in the First Resurrection: 1. The Initial Rapture, 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; Acts 1:11
  8. The Rapture of the 2 Witnesses, Revelation 11:12,
  9. The Rapture of the Tribulation saints, Revelation 7:8-17
  10. The New Testament details many spiritual benefits in the Rapture: 1. Present effort for purity of life, 1 John 3:2,3
  11. Patience increased, James 5:7,8,
  12. Flesh mortified, Colossians 3: 4,5,
  13. Holy life sought, 2 Peter 3:11,Hope is strengthened, 1 Peter 1:7.
  14. The New Testament gives no time schedule for the Rapture, Acts 1:7.
  15. The New Testament details some facts about the manner of the Rapture, Acts 1:11; 1 Corinthians15:52; 1 Thessalonians 5:1-5

****** In summary, the Rapture BLESSES God's people!

II.The Bible details information about the Revelation of Christ, the Second

Coming of Christ to the Earth with His saints .

  1. Four important details of the Second Coming are revealed:
    1. Christ will stand on Mt. Olivet, Acts 1:11; Zechariah 14:4;Job 19:25
    2. Christ will come with power, glory, Matthew 24:30; 1 Peter 1:7; 4:13,

3: Christ will return with His saints, Deuteronomy 33:2;1 Thessalonians 3:13; Jude 14,

4. Every eye will see Him, Revelation 1:7.

  1. Many important effects of the Second Coming are revealed: 1. Christ will destroy Anti-Christ, 2 Thessalonians 2:8,
  1. Christ will sit on David's throne, Matthew 25:31; Revelation 5:13; Isaiah 9:6-7; Ezekiel 21:25-27;Daniel 7:13-14,
  2. Christ will judge the nations, Matthew 25:32,
  3. Christ will rule with the saints, Daniel 7:18,22;Revelation 5:10; 2 Timothy 2:12; Romans 8:17; Revelation 3:21; 1 Corinthians 6:2,
  4. Christ will reign over kings and nations, Psalm 72:11; Isaiah 49:6-7; Revelation 15:4; Zechariah9:10; Revelation 11:15,
  5. Christ's throne will be in Jerusalem, Jeremiah 3:17; Isaiah 33:20,21,
  6. The 12 Apostles will rule the 12 tribes, Matthew 19:28; Luke 22:28-30, 8. Christ will bless the fruit of the land, Isaiah 35:1,2; 32:15,
  7. Many present and important benefits of the doctrine of the Second Coming are revealed:1. Promotes watchfulness, Matthew 24:42-44; Mark 13:32-37; Luke 12:35-38; Luke 17:24-30;Revelation 16:15,
  8. Promotes sobriety, 1 Thessalonians 5:2-6; 1Peter 1:3;
  9. Promotes repentance, Acts 3:19-21; Revelation 3:3,
  10. Promotes fidelity Matthew 25:19-21; Luke 12:42-44,
  11. Promotes patience, Hebrews 10:36-37; James 5:7-8
  12. Promotes purity, 1 John 3:2,3,
  13. Preserves in persecution, 1 Peter 4:13; 1:7.
  14. Several signs that are seldom dispute of the nearness of the Second Coming:  1. Great increase in world travel and information, Daniel 12:4,Social conditions increase in peril, 2 Timothy 3:4,
  1. Anti-biblical spiritualism become general, 1 Timothy 4:1,
  2. Increasing apostasy among believers, 2 Thessalonians 2:3,
  3. Development of One World philosophy and religion, Revelation 14:12,
  4. Global evangelistic efforts, Matthew 24:14
  5. Increase in anti-Semitism, Matthew 13:28,
  6. Increase in natural disasters, Luke 21:11.
  1. Increased emphasis upon faithful waiting with a sense of the immanency of the Second Coming: 1. Gives comfort, John 14:2,3,
  1. Promotes stewardship of gifts, 1 Corinthians 1:7,
  2. Promises glorious body, Philippines 3:20,21,
  3. Turns from idols, 1 Thessalonians 1;9,10,
  4. Empowers our present life, Titus 2:13,
  5. Builds patience, James 5:8,9.
  6. Cherishes promise, Revelation 22:20,21.

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CONGRATULATIONS! If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name: PROPHETS and PROPHECY

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll at a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

 

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in yournotebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Secular definition: the inspired declaration of divine will and purpose; a declaration of things to come. These definitions indicate a necessary recognition of the biblical distinction between forth-telling and fore-telling God's message. (Numbers refer to Strong's Exhaustive Concordance).

I.The Old Testament uses several Hebrew words to describe the prophet and his message. In general, the words for "prophet" indicate the idea of speaking out what the prophet has received by divine inspiration. The OT uses several significant words:

  1. nawbee' (5030)- translates prophecy, that prophecy, prophet. See 1 Samuel 3:20,
  2. neb-ee (5029) - translates prophet. Same as 5030 but Chaldee. See Ezra 5:1.
  3. naw-baw' (5012) - primary root to the above with the meaning "to speak or sing by inspiration in prediction or simple discourse".   See Jeremiah 29:26,27
  4. naw-tif (5197) - a primary root "to ooze" or to "fall in drops" and translates the idea of gradual drops of prophecy by divine inspiration. See Micah 2:11 (Only).
  5. kho-zeh (2374) - translates agreement, prophet, see that, seer, [star] gazer. See 1Chronicles 21:9
  6. raw-aw (7200) - a primary root "to see" and translates many such words. See 1Samuel 9:9-19.
  7. The Old Testament sets no limits of station, age or gender. Old Testament examples of Prophet reveal that God set no limits of station, age, sex; however, most were male. Some were priests as Jeremiah and Ezekial. Note the contrast with Amos 7:14.

 

  1. Some surprising: Abraham, Genesis 20:7; Aaron, Moses' brother, Exodus 7:1; Samuel as a youth, 1Samuel 3:20; "old prophet", 1Kings 13:11-29. See also Miriam, Exod 15:20; Deborah, Judges 4:4; Huldah, 2Kings 22:14; Noadiah, Nehemiah 6:14; Isaiah's wife, Isaiah 8:3.
  2. Well-known examples: Nathan, 2Samuel 7:2; Isaiah, Isaiah 37:2; Jeremiah, Jeremiah 1:5.
  3. All faced the proof of the genuine in fulfillment, Deuternomy 18:21ff. and ISamuel 3:19 but the prophecy was subject to change as in Jonah caused by repentance.
  4. All faced limitations:

1. all could speak only what they were given to speak, Deuteronomy 18:20-22.

2 .some confessed ignorance of the full meaning of what they spoke, 1Peter1:10,11; Daniel 8:27;12:8; Zechariah 4:13.

  1. The New Testament definition of prophet depends upon one Greek root word and many examples.
  2. New Testament Word for Prophet: prophetes (4396) is defined by Vines as a proclaimer of a divine message; among the Greeks as an interpreter of the oracles of the gods. See Matthew 21:4,11,26,46. See also (5578)for false prophet and (4398) for prophetess in Luke 2:36; Revelation2:20 and for verb form see (4395).
  3. New Testament designations for Prophet refer to anointed persons, or to a Spirit-gifted person, to a church office. Examples of anointed persons in OT and NT:
  4. OT Prophets, Matthew 5:12; Mark 6:15; Luke 4:27; John 8:52; Romans 11:3.
  5. Prophets in general: Matthew 10:41; 21:46; Mark 6:4.
  6.  New Testament Prophets Acts 13:1; 15:32; 21:10; 1Corinthians 12:28,29; 14:29,32,37; Ephesians 2:20; 3:5; 4:11

a. John the Baptist, Matthew 11:9.

b. Jesus Christ, Acts 7:37.

c. Agabus and others, Acts 11:27,28.

d. Philip's daughters,   Acts 21:9,10.

e. Corinthian church, 1Corinthians 12 qnd 14.

f. Simon Peter, 2Peter 3:10-12.

g. John the Apostle, Revelation Two witnesses, Revelation 11:10,18.

  1. A Spirit-gifted person, Romans 12:6; 1Corinthians 13:8; 14:6,22.
  2. A Church office, Ephesians 4:11.
  3. Female prophets, Acts 2:17; 21:9; Luke 2:36.
  4. New Testament designations clarify the power of the prophet.
  5. Prophets were to be tested 1John 4:1; 1Corinthians 12:10; 14:29.
  6. Because false prophets will arise, Matthew 7:15; 24:11; Acts 13:6; 2Peter 2:1; Ultimately THE
  7. false prophet will arise, Revelation 13:13; 19:20; 20:16.
  8. Prophets will diminish, 1Corinthian 13:8,9; but the gift evidently will continues after the apostles, Ephesians 4:8,11.
  9. The true prophet may fore-tell that which cannot be known by natural means or apart from the revelation of God, Matthew 26:68; 2 Peter 1:16-21.
  10. The true prophet may forth-tell the will of God, past, present, and future, Revelation 10:11; 11:3.

Some Relationships between the Prophet and the Preacher

  1. Both the Prophet and the Preacher Require Biblical Authority.
  2. The Prophet's Authority, Deuteronomy 18:17-22. Note the number of times "Thus saith the Lord" is used.
  3. The authority of Moses and Joshua, Joshua 4:14.
  4. The authority of Ezekiel Ezekiel 33:27,33.
  5. The authority of Jeremiah Jeremiah 1:9,10.
  6. The Preacher's Authority,
  1. The Right to Preach and minister, Matthew 28:16-20.
  2. The Ability to proclaim the gospel, Acts 1:8; 1 Corinthians 2:1-5.
  3. The secret of power, Simon and others, Acts 5:19,20,29.
  4. The authority of Paul, Acts 26:15-18; Timothy 1:11; Galatians 1:8,9.
  5. The Shared authority arises from the anointing to speak God's message, Ezekial 33; 1Corinthians 9:16.
  6. Both the Prophet and the Preacher Share a Holiness Objective.
  7. The Holiness of God (Christ) is the goal of all godly history.
  8. Prophecy demonstrates that holiness is available through Jesus Christ, the Source, John 1:45; Luke 24:44.
  9. The prophets predicted the sufferings of Christ and the glory that was to follow, 1Peter 1:11.

 Prophecy demonstrates that appeals to the future work of God through Christ promote holiness, Hebrews 11:24-26; 12:2; 2Peter 3:14; 1John 3:3.

  1. The Holiness of People
  2. In the Old Testament - holy nation,
  3. In the New Testament - holy people.
  4. Jesus' warning, Matthew 24:36ff.
  5. Paul's admonitions, 1Thessalonians 5:23;2Timothy 4:1-8.
  6. Simon Peter' statements, 1Peter 4:7; 2Peter 3:11-14.
  7. John's declaration, 1John 3:3.
  8. Both the Prophet and the Preacher Have a Comfort Objective.
  9. The Old Testament Prophet
  10. Had a direct command, Isaiah 40:1.
  11. Had a covenant promise, See Covenants.
  1. The New Testament Preacher
  2. In his shared life experiences, 2Corinthians 1:3-7.
  3. In his message, 2Timothy 1:3-14.
  4. The amazing fulfilled prophecies about Jesus' first coming, Luke 24:26-48,
  5. A partial listing (See in addition Genesis 3:15; 17:19; 49:10; Numbers 24:17 Isaiah 9:7; Jeremiah 31:15; Psalm 27:12; 69:4; 69:21; 22:8; 22:18),
  6. Place of birth, Micah 5:2,
  7. Time of birth, Daniel 9:25,
  8. Virgin birth, Isaiah 7:14,
  9. Rejected by Jews, Isaiah 53:3,
  10. Triumphant Entry, Zechariah 9:9,
  11. Betrayed for 30 pieces of silver, Zechariah 11:12,
  12. Spit upon, Isaiah 50:6,
  13. Crucified, Isaiah 53:12,
  14. Pierced, Psalm 22:16,
  15. Gamble for garments, Psalm 22:18,
  16. Buried with rich, Isaiah 53:9,
  17. Resurrected, Psalm 16: 10,
  18. Ascended, Psalm 68:18
  19. Samples of Biblical Prophecy
  20. Ruin of Samaria, Micah 1:6,7
  21. Ruin of Gaza and Ashkelon, Jeremiah 47:5; Amos 1:8; Zephaniah 2:4-6,
  22. Destruction of Babylon, Isaiah 13:19-21; Jeremiah 51:26
  23. Destruction of Tyre, Ezekiel 26:3-16,
  1. Rise and Fall of Gentile Nations, Daniel 2:31-46; 7and 8.

 

  1. Three schools of prophecy

 

  1. Postmillenialism lost credibility after two world wars because it held that the church would develop such a righteous social order that Christ would return to rule. This belief was popular in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The deterioration of world society since the first World War showed that humanity would never save itself.
  2. Amillenialism, an inheritance from the Roman Catholic faith, holds that the church either on earth or in heaven is the kingdom referred to in Revelation 20:1- 6 so that there will be no future earthly kingdom. This interpretation disregards the clear teaching of the Bible by spiritualizing the meaning of the words. This belief is popular with the more liberal in theology who do not hold the infallibility of the Bible.
  3. Premillenialism in its simplest form means that Christ returns before the kingdom is established on earth. This belief varies as follows:

 

  1. Pretribulation - that Christ comes for His church before the Great Tribulation,
  2. Mid-tribulation - that Christ comes for His church in the midst of the Great Tribulation,
  3. Post-tribulation - that Christ comes for His church after the Great Tribulation.
  4. The interpretation divides in reference to time as follows:

 

  1. The Preterists limit the range of final prophecy as in Revelation to the 1st Century.
  2. Historicalists relate the Revelation to the full sweep of history.
  3. Futurists relate the final events in Revelation to the future.
  4. The interpretation also divides on the basis of two interpretations:
  5. Literal-that words mean what definition states.
  6. Spiritual-that words have a secret meaning.
  7. The interpretations must deal with several language forms:
  8. Types, a predictive symbol of truth to be accomplished in the work of Jesus Christ, but which has an independent historical reality.
  1. Metaphor, a declaration of identity based upon a point of similarity.
  2. Allegory, the expansion of a series of metaphors into a narrative,
  3. An object or event that connotes some matter of timeless significance.
  4. Telescoping, the process by which a prophecy leaps from a near to a far without notice of that which intervenes.
  5. Spiral, the process by which a prophecy is repeated but in a movement toward its final fulfillment.
  6. Converging, the meeting of prophecies in a single segment of time.

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CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life- changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee. See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name:    Sin from a Biblical Perspective

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer.  You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needethnot to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15. 

Definitions of sin:

  1. Secular (Webster's) definitions: an offense against God; transgression of the law of God; a vitiated state of human nature in which self is estranged from God.
  2. Scriptural definitions: Coming short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23; Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law (1 John 3:4); for whatsoever is not of faith is sin (Romans 14:23). Sin may be either an act or a condition. Therefore sin is either an act or a condition that falls short of or is contrary to God's holy character and will.

 

  1. The New Testament uses many words (check these examples by number in the Greek section of Strong's Exhaustive Concordance) to describe kinds and degrees of sin:
  2. hamartia (170) - general principle, state, or act, Matthew 9:6; Romans 4:8-10; 1 John 3:8,
  3. hamartema (4) - sin in general, Romans 3:25,
  4. asebeia (6) - lack of reverence, Romans 1:18,
  5. adeikia (25) - iniquity of sin, Luke 13:27,
  6. anomia (15) - lawlessness, 1 John 3:4,
  7. paranomia (1) - transgression, 2 Peter 2:16,
  8. parabasis (7) - sinning consciously, 1 Timothy 2:14,
  9. parapyoma (24) - an offense, Galatians 1:6,
  10. parakoe (3) - paying no heed, Matthew 18:17,
  11. poneria (7) - wickedness, Matthew 22:18,
  12. kakia (11) - depravity, Romans 1:21,
  13. kakoethia (1) - evil in thought, Romans 1:24,
  14. agoenia (1) - thoughtless, Hebrews 9:17,
  15. hettema (2) - defeat, Romans 11:12; 1 Corinthians 6:7.

 

  1. On the basis of these and other references to sin make your own definition:
  2. The Bible reveals the beginning of sin:

1. In Satan, Isaiah 14:12-15; Ezekiel 28:12-19.

  1. In Adam and Eve, Genesis 3; Romans 5:12.
  2. In all humans, James 1:14-16; Romans 1:17-23.
  3. The Bible shows the unsaved are related to the devil, John 8:44; Colossians 1:13
  4. The Bible lists the harmful results of sin for time and eternity:

...For time,

  1. To the sinner, Romans 7:8-11; Isaiah 57:20,21; Psalm 51:2,7,
  2. To the sinner's progeny, Exodus 20:5,
  3. To the sinner's flocks, Joshua 6:21,
  4. To the sinner's material wealth, Numbers 16:23-33,
  5. To the sinner's populated country, Leviticus 18:24-28 ; Jeremiah 12:17; Joshua 7:12
  6. To the sinner's life-harvest, Galatians 6:7,8.

...For eternity,

  1. Final judgment, Revelation 20:11-13,
  2. Lake of fire, second death, Revelation 20: 14,15.
  3. The Bible teaches that sin is universal to mankind: Psalm 14; Romans 3:10-19.
  4. The Bible gives many specific examples of sin and its consequences. 1. Adam and Eve,
  5. 2. The people in Noah's generation, 3. The nations of Israel and Judah, 4. The sin of Judas, 5. The sin of Ananias and Sapphira
  1. The Bible lists specific sins that carnal believers commit, examples:
    1. Against each other, 1 Corinthians 3:3; Defraud 6:8; stumbling- blocks 8:1-13. 2. Against the Holy Spirit,
      1. Resist, Acts 7:57,
      2. Vex, Isaiah 63:10,
      3. Grieve, Ephesians 4:30,
      4. Quench, 1 Thessalonians 5:19
      5. Lie to, Acts 5:3,9,
      6. Do despite to, Hebrews 10:29,
      7. Blaspheme, Matthew 12:32
  2. The Bible lists sins that unbelievers commit, examples: John 3:19,20; Mark 7:21-23; Galatians 5:19-21.
  3. The Bible teaches that sin is progressive in its degrading effects:Degeneration, Romans 1: 20-32; Joseph's brothers from jealousy (Genesis 37:4) to conspiracy (Genesis 3&:18) to murder (Genesis 37:20); the sins of David from lust to murder ( 2 Samuel 11).

 

  1. The Bible teaches that the effects of sin may vary  1. For the Christian who sins:
  2. Weakness, sickness, or death, 1 Corinthians 11:30,
  3. Chastening from God, 1 Corinthians 11:32,
  4. Study the consequences of David's sin, 2 Samuel 12:10-14 2. For the unsaved who sins:
  5. Study the life of Manasseh, 2 Chronicles 33.
  6. Study the life of Herod, Acts 12: 1-3; 20-23.
  7. Ultimately death. Romans 6:23.
  8. The Bible teaches that sin and unredeemed sinners are excluded from heaven, Revelation 21:8, 27.
  9. The Bible teaches that sin is not compulsory:
  10. Humans sin is in spite of God's provision, 1 John 2:1,2
  11. God will provide an escape from temptation, 1 Corinthians 10:13.
  12. The Bible teaches how God provides for salvation from sin (victory over sin as an over comer, Romans 8:37),
  13. To forgive (save) the repentant unbeliever, Luke 18: 11-14; 19:1-10; 15,
  14. To forgive and cleanse the disobedient believer, 1 John 1:9
  1. The Bible teaches that Jesus took our sins (price of our victory) in is own body, 1 Peter 2:24: Acts 8: 29-39; Romans 8:32; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Romans 4:25; Isaiah 53.
  2. The Bible teaches our salvation from sin (victory) is three-fold,
  3. Saved instantly and eternally from penalty and guilt of sin, Romans 3:21-28; Hebrews 9:24;10:10-17,
  4. Saved progressively experientially from the power of sin, Romans 12:1,2;2 Corinthians 3:17,18;1 John 3:3,5-7,
  5. Saved finally and eternally from presence of sin, 1 Thessalonians4:13-18; Revelation 21,22.
  6. The Bible teaches that victory over sin for the Christian requires confessing and forsaking sin, 1 John 1:9.
  7. The Bible teaches the basis for victory over sin is the grace of God manifested in the shed blood of Christ, Romans 8: 31-39; 1 John 1:7.
  8. The Bible teaches that godly people can protect a sinful culture from the immediate judgment of God:
  9. The classic Old Testament example of this truth is God's offer to save Sodom and Gomorrah if there were ten righteous people, Genesis 18:23- 19:29,
  10. The classic New Testament example is the withholding of judgment upon the present evil world until after the Rapture, 2 Thessalonians 2:1-14; 2 Peter 3:9.
  11. The Bible teaches that there is an end to the offer of God to forgive the continuing sins of the stubborn rejecters of His grace, Proverbs 1:24-31; 29:1; Jeremiah 7:16; 11: 11; 15:1.

...end of course

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!  May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.  See the "Procedure for Requesting a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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Course Name:   GOD'S RECIPE FOR A HAPPY HOME

WELCOME TO A TUITION-FREE STUDY OF THE BIBLE!

It is not necessary to enroll as a student or pay tuition. You may begin this study immediately. Before you begin, please note:

FIRST: This is a comprehensive tuition-free study. You may complete the entire course without cost.  After completing the course of study, you will be given the option of receiving recognition.

SECOND:  This study is totally self-contained. You will only need your personal Bible.

THIRD: This study is self-paced. Move through it the way you find most helpful.

FOURTH: Even though it is free, this is a serious study of the Bible.

Instructions to Guide the Student in This Study

  1. Begin your study by having prayer. You need to understand what the Bible teaches. God has promised to help you. God keeps his promises. As you pray, you can thank God that He will help you understand. Pray with faith.  Put John 16:13 to the test!
  2. Utilize any method of study (time of day, place of study, etc.) that will produce good results.
  3. First, read all the Underlined Statements but no Scripture. This is the Subject you are studying.
  4. Read carefully! Be sure you know the meaning of each word. Reading aloud may help.
  5. Now, read all the Bible verses after the Underlined Statements. As you read, write in your notebook any thoughts that you want to add. Write a summary of what the Holy Spirit enables you to learn.  Since there are no tests to complete, the more carefully you read, and the more completely you write your summary, the more you will learn!
  6. Mark your Bible. Make notations in the margin.
  7. Meditate!  Continue to think about what the Bible teaches. Memorize some verses.
  8. Live what the Bible teaches. Obey the Word of God! As you obey what you learn, God will teach you more.
  9. Share what you learn. As you teach and tell others what you have learned, God will help you to understand more clearly. You will help others and strengthen yourself.
  10. Never give up. With God's help you can be a faithful and effective Christian witness and worker.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Timothy 2:15.

Definition: The home is God's first and foundational institution for human fulfillment, religious training, cultural development and racial propagation.

  1. The Bible teaches that God established the one man/one woman pattern
  2. By the Adam/Eve example, Genesis 2:18, 21-25; Matthew 19:3-9; Mark 10:6-9,
  3. By examples of strife and trouble when pattern is broken, Abraham and Hagar, Genesis 16:4-16; Hannah vs Peninnah 1 Samuel 1:6-10; Solomon's decline, 1 Kings 11:1-13
  4.  By showing that variations reveal "hardness" of heart, Malachi 2: 14-16; Matthew 19:7, 8; Mark10: 2-5
  5. By requiring the pattern in New Testament leaders, 1 Timothy 3:2; 12
  6. By denouncing perversions as "vile affections", Deuteronomy 27:20-23; Romans 1:24, 26, 27, 32; 1 Corinthians 6: 9,10

 

  1. The Bible teaches that God established marital sex
  2. To bond joyfully the one man/one woman relationship, Genesis 2:22-24; Proverbs 5:15-20; 15:17; Ephesians 5:22-33
  3. To propagate the race, Genesis 1:28; 9:1
  4. To protect husband/wife integrity, 1 Corinthians 7: 2-5; Hebrews 13 4
  5. The Bible teaches that God established marital relationships in the one man/one woman pattern

 

  1. The physically stronger husband
  2. Must provide for the other family members, 1 Timothy 5:8
  3. Must love the one-woman wife exclusively and sacrificially, Ephesians 5:25-33; Proverbs 5:15-20;1 Corinthians 6:13-20
  4. Must honor the one-woman wife, 1 Peter 3:7
  5. Must submit his body to his one woman wife's sexual needs, 1 Corinthians 7:3-5
  6. Must rejoice in his one woman wife, Proverbs 5:15-19; Ecclesiastes 9:9
  7. The emotionally more tender wife
  8. Must bear the birth of the children, Genesis 3:16
  9. Must submit in the Lord to the husband's leadership, Ephesians 5:2
  10. Must be a crown to her husband, Proverbs 12:4; 18:22; 31:10-31; Genesis 2:22
  11. Must submit her body to her one-man husband's sexual needs, 1 Corinthians 7:3-5
  1. Must be a spiritual testimony of the value of faith in Jesus, 1Peter 3:1, 2
  2. The Bible teaches that God intends for the one man/one woman family relationship to be should be joyful and respected
  3. The bridegroom is a type of joyful fulfillment, Ezekiel 16:8- 14; Isaiah 61:10; Luke 5:34,35; Mark 2:19, 20; Matthew 9:15
  4. The bridegroom is released from military duty and business obligations, Deuteronomy 24:5
  5. The bride is a type of joyful fulfillment, Genesis 24:53-67; Isaiah 49:18; 61:10; Jeremiah 2:32; Revelation 21:2
  6. The children are the gifts of God's blessing, Psalm 113:9; Genesis 30:1; Psalm 127:3-5; Proverbs 17:6
  7. The children are normally joyful and appreciated, Psalm 127:5; 128: 3
  8. The Bible teaches that God has established the one man/one woman home as an educational institution
  9. The children learn to give honor, Deuteronomy 27:16
  10. The children learn obedience to true standards, Proverbs 1: 8, 9; 2:1-9; 3:1-4; 11,12; 3-7; 22:6
  11. The parents teach the children

1. by example, Deuteronomy 5:1-21; 10:12; 1 Timothy 3: 4, 5; 12;5:14

2. by word, Deuteronomy 6: 7, 8, 20-25; 31:12,13; Psalm 34:11-19; Ephesians 6:4; 2Timothy 1:5; 3:15

  1. The parents learn to teach in love, Matthew 18:1-6; 19:13- 15; Mark 10:13-16; Ephesians 6:4
  2. The Bible reveals God-given examples of proper home teaching in the one man/one woman home relationships

A. Teaching as given in Proverbs, 1:8, 10, 15; 2:1; 3:1; 4:1,10, 20; 5:1, 20; 6:1, 3; 7:1; 31:1-4

  1. Jesus' childhood, Luke 2:51, 52
  2. Timothy's training, 2 Timothy 1:5; 3: 14-15-17
  3. Example of bishop and deacon, 1 Timothy 3:4, 12
  4. The Bible teaches that God requires continued care by the one man/one woman home for disrupted members of the home
  5. Care for the widow, Zechariah 7:10; Psalm 146:9; Jeremiah 22:3; James 1:27
  6. Care for the orphan, Deuteronomy 27:19; Psalm 10:14,18; 27:10; 68:5
  7. The Bible teaches that God uses the one man/one woman home relationships in allegorical teaching
  8. Parent allegories
  9. Unsaved are children of devil, John 8:44
  10. Believers are children of God, John 1:12; Romans 8: 14-17; 1 John 3:1, 2
  11. Marriage allegories
  12. Jehovah is betrothed to Israel, Joel 2:16-20
  13. The church is the Bride of Christ, Ephesians 5:23-33
  14. The Bible teaches that God expects the one man/one woman home to have proper external relationships
  15. Government, Matthew 22:17-21; Romans 13:1-8; Titus 3:1; 1 Peter 2:13-17
  16.  Neighbors, Good Samaritan, Luke 10; 29-37; James 5:4-6; 1John 3:17; James 2:18,19
  17. Enemies, Matthew 5:44; Romans 12:19-21

...End of Course.

CONGRATULATIONS!  If you have completed the course as instructed, you have achieved an extremely important milestone in your walk with the Lord. We rejoice with you, and trust that God will use you in an even greater way to minister to a world that is in desperate need of the life-changing Gospel of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May the Holy Spirit go before you and make every crooked place straight! (Isaiah 45:2)

Now that you have completed this course, you have the option of receiving a Certificate of Achievement for a small fee.  See the "Procedure for Requesting  a Certificate for a Completed Course."

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