Christian Living

Personal Life Management

This is a study in life management. By nature, we are selfish. Our selfish nature will lead us into sin and frustration in our relationships. This study is based loosely on various books written on the subject of time or life management. Bible teaching and examples are examined in order to find God's way for us to have a well ordered and fruitful life.

The True Light Now Shineth

There are numerous New Testament passages that call us to walk in the light. Under close scrutiny these passages address a variety of subjects. Some refer to the initial steps to salvation, others describe how Christian disciples are to relate to matters such as the nature of Christ, Christian transparency, generosity, and Christian leadership. There is even a lesson that focuses on the prophecy of the future for the Child of God. Again, this study is divided into ten lessons for group study.

The Sin of Bathsheba

We hear a great deal about the sin of David, but seldom does anyone mention the sin of Bathsheba. And it is true enough that David’s sin was very great, and Bathsheba’s very small. David’s sin was deliberate and presumptuous, Bathsheba’s only a sin of ignorance. David committed deliberate adultery and murder, Bathsheba only carelessly and undesignedly exposed herself before David’s eyes. We have no doubt that David’s sin was great and Bathsheba’s was small.

Gratification or Satisfaction

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” (Ge 1:27)

One of the predominate drives that motivates the actions of mankind is the tension of male/female attraction. From youth, we begin to understand there is a longing deep within our core being that proposes to be fulfilled only through significant interchange with a mate, someone with whom we can have social and physical intimacy. For the woman it wears the face of romantic daydreams. For the man it’s presentation is in the form of fantasies and sexual appetite.

What does it mean to be pure in heart?

But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived. But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them; And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. 2Tim 3:13-15

Finding the Way Back to God and the Church

This three lesson study guide is designed for the ministry to have classes with a disciplined church member who is seeking restoration with God and the Church. Based on the journey of the Prodigal Son, the student is encouraged to analyze the nature of his sin, whether or not his repentance is godly sorrow, and what it will take for him to restore the trust of the brotherhood. A teacher's guide is available.

Following Christ in Everyday Life

This is a practical study of various areas of the Christian life. The ten lessons deal with devotional life, thought life, speech, attire, material things, nonresistance, evangelism, associates, moods and recreation. Each lesson includes a lesson scope, lesson aim, memory verse and study questions. This 38-page booklet was written especially for youth, but is applicable for Christians of all ages.

Thessalonian Themes

This study of the two letters to this early church focuses on numerous concepts woven throughout the books. From the beginning of its church life, through the blessings of sound church fellowship to the rapture of the church, these truths are practical for the church of the latter days. This study will enrich our appreciation for sound church life.

Christian Virtues

What is a virtue? This study will take you through important virtues that every child of God should express. These include devotional life, love, compassion, contentment, stewardship, humility, Christian speech, purity, honesty, faith, trust, obedience, personal evangelism and Christian service.

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