Character Study

What's the Big Deal About Food?

Daniel was not at home. Daniel lived imprisoned in land that was not his choice. It was the king of Babylon’s country. It was a rich land indeed— the wealthiest of the age—the most powerful of all earth kingdoms, but it was not Daniel’s home. No doubt Daniel’s choices were many and his accountability only personal. Daniel was a eunuch, why not celebrate?

The Use of Makeup and Jewelry

"Whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel; But let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price" (1Pe 3:3-4).

Moses, The Servant of God

This study traces the main scenes of Moses' life for the student who wishes to delve deeply into Moses' unfolding service for God's people. This study traces Moses' life as a child until he dies after having faithfully served God's people for many years. New Testament comments are brought into the study where they better help us understand Moses' life. There are many lessons we can connect with in this study which help us see what while important for us when our life is over.

Abraham, the Friend of God

The Bible identifies Abraham as the friend of God. There are reasons why Abraham is given this title, and why he continues to influence the human family even up until our day. This ten lesson course is designed to weave Old and New Testament passages into our present lives to help us live in such a way that we too may be known as God’s friends.

Ezra and Nehemiah

Ezra and Nehemiah inherited troublesome times, but led a people broken in spirit and wayward in heart to a place of blessing under the God of Israel. These lessons bring out leadership qualities that will help every generation face the challenges of their day.

Heroes of Faith

These ten lessons of character study identify a particular trait with each character(s) in focus. This interesting study includes heroes and faith defined; heroes of worship - Abel & Enoch; heroes of obedience - Noah & Abraham; heroes of trust - Sarah & Rahab; a hero of submission - Isaac; a hero of purity - Joseph; a hero of eternal vision - Moses; heroes of courage - Barak & Gideon; heroes of service and sacrifice - Samuel & David; and heroes of affliction and martyrdom.

Lessons From the Life of Joseph

This study especially designed for youth takes the life of Joseph in test form and helps us to analyze our Christian experience and how we can live a faithful life. Nine tests of study are the test of inconsistent example and adverse circumstances, the test of unhappy family life, the test of moral temptations, the test of unexpected disappointments, the test of unexpected good fortune, the test of power and opportunity for revenge, the test of forgiveness and reconciliation, the test of vision for future generations, and the test of financial responsibility.

Good People Who Went Wrong

Is it possible to begin the Christian life then go wrong? Here are ten lessons that identify good people of the Bible and where they went wrong. We can profit from this study and avoid the same pitfalls of backsliding, worldliness, careless choices, loving money, unbelief, rebellion, anger, envy, pride, adultery, contention, moral failures and personal impurity. Each lesson includes a lesson scope, lesson aim, memory verse and study questions. These lessons are designed for youth and adults.

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