About Our Lessons
The word of God (Bible) reveals that God is a covenant-making, covenant-keeping and covenant-revealing God. The Bible itself is a Covenant book being divided into two sections, the Old Testaments and New Testaments(Covenant), and containing a progressive revelation of nine major covenants.
These Covenants comprise the purposes of God in both Creation and Redemption and involve time and eternity. One of the primary keys to the interpretation of Scripture is the Covenantal Principal of Hermeneutics.
The Book of Hebrews 11:6 says, But without faith it is impossible to please him [God]. . . . If God demands that we have faith when it is impossible for us to have faith, then we have a right to challenge His justice. But since He places within our hands the means whereby faith can be produced, then we must take responsibility for whether or not we have faith.
Biblical Faith takes you through the Word of God to teach you how faith is produced and how to turn your faith loose in every area of your life. These principles will enable you to please God and live victoriously in this life! Teaching titles include:
- What Faith Is
- How Faith Comes
- How To Turn Your Faith Loose
- What It Means To Believe With the Heart
- Six Big Hindrances to Faith
- The God-Kind of Faith
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Join us for a Bible study to help you be formed by God’s truth and grow in His Word. This is a non-denominational study for both newcomers and experienced bible students, providing a real boost to those looking to gain more from study of the Bible.
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For centuries they’ve inspired, enlightened, and empowered us. With their unadorned faith, the women of the Bible continue to teach us how to live authentic, God-touched lives. No matter what our spiritual traditions are, we can find ourselves in their stories.
- Eve, the Mother of All Living
- Hagar, the Stranger Welcomed by God
- Rahab, a Harlot with a Heart of Gold
- Deborah, the Warrior Princess
- Jael, the Ordinary
- Ruth, the Lovely Friend
- Bathsheba, from Lust Object to Queen Mother
- Esther, a Clever Queen
- Mary, the Mother of Jesus