The Lord’s Perfectly Timed Look, Lk 22:61-62

At some point in your life you may have a “head-on collision” with the Lord.  This is a time when you and the Lord have a “face to face” meeting over a sin or a problem in your life.  I call this the Lord’s perfectly timed look.  And how you...

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While We Wait, 2 Pet 3:9-18

Our text for this lesson is 2 Pet 3:9-18.  In the context of the prior verses in this chapter, this passage deals with the long-suffering of God before fulfilling the promise of his coming.  While we wait for his coming, what should we be doing?  We should: Come to repentance...

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Church Discipline

Church Discipline 1 Cor.5 The church has a responsibility to exercise discipline and exclude from its fellowship any member who persist in sin and disobedience to God’s word as found in 1 Cor. 5. Sin will spiritually affect the church and any of the blessings of God. The Lord shows...

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Those That Oppose Themselves, 2 Tim 2:24-26

In 2 Tim 2:24-26 we are studying the seemingly unusual phrase, “those that oppose themselves.”  When you read that phrase, it sounds like they are against themselves. However, to oppose means several things.  In 2 Tim 2:25, to oppose means to set against; to put in opposition with a view...

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How To Repent 2 Peter 3:9

How To Repent 2 Pet 3:9 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO This verse says that God is willing that all should come to repentance.  You have heard the word repentance before and you may know something about it.  But the question is How to Repent.  What good is it if you can...

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What Was Wrong With Balaam Num. 22:6-35

What Was Wrong With Balaam Num. 22:6-35 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO In the Old Testament we see what was wrong with Balaam and in the New Testament we see what Balaam did wrong.  The New Testament identifies the way of Balaam, the doctrine of Balaam and the error of Balaam.  The...

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The Next Step 1 Sam. 20:3

The Next Step 1 Sam 20:3 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO David said, “There is but a step between me and death.”  It’s what you do with the next step that will determine the course of action you take or the outcome of the decisions you make.  The next step is crucial. ...

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