Hebrews: A Basic Study

In the previous study, we studied Paul’s letter to Philemon. In that study, I laid certain basic facts about studying a letter or epistle; facts that are indeed relevant for studying all books of the bible. In this study, we are starting a new study of the epistle to the Hebrews and we will employ the same questions as we applied in the previous study. …

Philemon: A Practical Letter For Christian Living

Download PDF or Word Document of article Philemon 1:1-25 There are twenty-seven books of the New Testament divided mainly into; The Gospels (Synoptics and John), Acts, Paul’s Epistles, General Epistles and Apocalypse/Revelation. Majority of the NT are epistles (Paul’s and others’) forming twenty-one of the twenty-seven. Paul wrote thirteen 13 letters–some to churches, pastors and individuals. Further, four of Paul’s letters are called prison epistles …

No Resurrection, No Christianity

John 20 The whole of John Chapter 20 speaks of Christ’s resurrection and the events surrounding it. The resurrection is a fundamental Christian doctrine upon which Christianity stands or falls. Without the resurrection, Christianity has no hope to offer. Paul makes that point clearly in 1 Corinthians 15:11-19. Now considering the centrality of the resurrection to Christian doctrine, it is important we study it. In …

Are You A Fruit Bearing Christian?

John 15 When a child is born, we expect growth. When a seed or tree is planted, we expect growth and fruitfulness. Likewise, growth and fruitfulness is expected and actually required of the Christian. In John 15, Christ used an agricultural metaphor to describe his relationship with his disciples and by extension us and what’s required in that relationship–fruitfulness. How Does Fruitfulness Looks Like? According …

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