Romans 1:16-32

Text: Romans 1:16-32 Verse 16: How is the gospel “the power of God for salvation”? What is meant by the gospel? How important is it to be included in our Worship & Life? Verse 17: “In it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith” How is the Righteousness of God revealed in the Gospel

Romans, Introduction

Introduction to Romans Paul had never been to Rome when he wrote the letter to the Romans, though he had clearly expressed his desire to travel there in the near future ?(Acts 19:21; Romans 1:10–12). He would finally make his journey when he appealed to Caesar as recorded in Acts 27,28 and he would spend

Types and Anti-Types

Types, Anti-Types and Symbols of the Bible Type: “A divinely purposed, Old Testament fore-shadowing of a New Testament spiritual reality” Typology is the study of Biblical comparisons made between persons, events, things and institutions of one biblical period and those of another, most often between the OT and the NT In which an element found

Things We Know About Jesus

Things We Know About Jesus 1) He was called the __________________________________________. (Matthew 1:16; 16:16,20) Christ is the Greek form of ___________________________________ , (John 1:41) which literally means “ ____________________________________”. 2) The ministry of Jesus (from His baptism to His crucifixion) lasted ________________________ years. 3) Jesus was described by John the Baptist as the __________________________________ (John

Interpreting Five Second Coming Parables

Interpreting Five Second Coming Parables 1. The Door-Keeper or Porter – Luke 12:35-38; Mark 13:33-37 Context in which the Parable was Given: Key Purpose of the Parable: Details Revealed About The Second Coming: 2. Owner of the House – Luke 12:39-40; Matt. 24:42-44 Context in which the Parable was Given: Key Purpose of the Parable:

Daniel 7

Daniel 7 This chapter treats of the same subject as chapter 2, but the first image, revealed their external political aspect, but here the image refers to the same kingdoms but their moral features. Again the Jews were in exile. Their disobedience to God had cost them their nation, their temple, their means to worshipping

Daniel 2- Questions to Ask Yourself

  Daniel 2 – Questions  In the Old Testament, God used many means to communicate His will, and dreams were one of them. Also see Genesis 28:10-16. Read Hebrews 1:1,2 and Ecclesiastes 5:7 what do these verses mean? How does God speak today, can we trust a dream, and should we accept a persons dream

Questions to Ask Regarding Daniel 9

Questions to Ask Regarding Daniel 9 The Bible presents four possible decrees that might fulfill this description: Cyrus made a decree giving Ezra and the Babylonian captives the right to return toJerusalem and rebuild the temple in 538 B.C. (Ezra in 1:1-4 and 5:13-17) Darius made a decree giving Ezra the right to rebuild the

70 Weeks of Daniel 9

70 weeks (70 – 7 year periods or 490 years) until all this is completed : to finish the transgression to put an end to sin to atone for iniquity to bring in everlasting righteousness to seal both vision and prophet Event: 7 weeks (49 years) Event: 62 weeks (434 years) Event: Cyrus Gave that

10 Principles for Correctly Interpreting the Word of God (Part 2)

Ten guidelines for rightly dividing the Word of God Doctrine must be established solely upon Scripture, not on tradition or human experience. Correct scriptural interpretation never contradicts other scripture or doctrines. Scripture can only be correctly understood within the context of the author’s writing. The clear must interpret the unclear. Distinguish between what the Bible

Free Will or Free Agency

“Our God is in heaven; he does whatever pleases him.” (Psalm 115:3) 1. Man, in his state of innocency, had freedom and power to will and to do that which is good and well pleasing to God; but that state was mutable, or changeable, so that he was able to fall from it. 2. Man,