Recent Bible Studies, Church and Academy Events. Verse by verse Bible teaching, with an emphasis on practical application, from Pastor Ron Arbaugh of Calvary Chapel San Antonio
One of the things I love the most about God (in these last days) is that he uses anybody who is willing to be used! Men, women, old, young, rich, poor, attractive or not, influential or not—all can be used by God because God gives His Spirit without partiality...
Because of Peter's 3 denials of Jesus, some wonder why God would choose him to take the lead of the early group. This explains why: every time Peter opens his mouth, Bible comes out! He knew (and loved) God's Word! If you want to be used by God, you have to know your Bible...
One thing I hope everyone here tonight leaves with is this: no matter how badly you've treated God, no matter how many willful sins you've committed, God's heart is breaking over the direction your life has taken and He wants to deliver you from your pain! All you have to do is come to Him with a sincere heart, agree to agree with God (obedience), and He will deliver you…The northern tribes had been worshipping golden calves now for more than 117 years. You would think that God's patience was running out. It was… But God doesn't act like we do when His patience is being tested.Instead of spanking His stubborn children, He first demonstrates kindness and gentleness toward them.
6. So when they met together, they asked him, "Lord, are you at this time going to restore thekingdom to Israel?" ----This is a good and logical question. It also shows the disciples are just like us—impatient! But there was no way they could understand what God was about to do through them—
Joash was the king called by God and made by man—one man, Jehoiada. I told you last time that his life is important enough to devote an entire study to so that's what we're going to do tonight. A study in leadership. Men, this is especially significant for you, however the principles apply wonderfully to women as well.
This Bible study covers a prayer from the Apostle Paul for the Christians in Philippi. In the prayer Paul asks that these Philippian Christians will have love that abounds, that they will discern what is best, and that they will be filled with the fruit of righteousness. This is a prayer for God's Glory in them.