In our text, Mark describes the last few moments in the life of Jesus. Through Mark's powerful picture of the crucifixion of Jesus, we learn what really happened on the cross. Please note that...
1.) When the Soldiers Crucified Jesus, They Were ___________ __________ Vs. 21-32
2.) When God Turned His Face Away, Darkness ________ _______ ______ Vs. 33-34
3.) When Jesus Died, He Took the _________ _______ _______ Vs. 35-37
4.) When the Curtain Tore, It Opened a New _________________ _____ _____________ Vs. 38-39
In our text, Luke explains why we can take the Good News of Jesus to others. Believers are empowered to take the Gospel to others because they have ...
1.) The Right _________ for Going. vs.1-3
2.) The Right _________ for Going. vs. 4-8
3.) The Right _________ for Going vs. 9-11
In our text, Jesus teaches his disciples about service. Please note that Jesus describes ...
1.) A _____ about Service. vs.1-10
2.) A _____ with Service. vs.11-23
3.) A _____ Concerning Service. vs.24-28
In our text, the Bible shows us the importance of growing together with other believers. We learn this truth through the picture of the early church. Please note that ...
1.) The Early Church _______ with One Another. vs.44,46a
2.) The Early Church _______ to One Another vs.45,46b
3.) The Early Church _______ with One Another vs. 42-43, 47
In this passage, Joshua is commanded to set up memorial stones. These stones were set up as a memorial to help Israel remember God's power and love. In the text, these stones help Israel ...
1.) Remember what God Has Done vs.4-8
2.) Renew Their Personal Commitment Vs. 9-18
3.) Roll Away Past Defeats Vs. 19-24
In this passage, Jesus approaches the city of Jerusalem and is filled with emotion as he weeps for the city He is about to enter. This text shows us three things that Jesus does that ought to fill our hearts with thankfulness. Please note that Jesus is a Savior who ...
1.) Sees Beyond Our Pleasantries Vs. 41
2.) Cares About Our Pain Vs. 41, 43-44
3.) Longs to Give Us Peace Vs. 42
In our passage, Paul challenges us to live with joy. How do we live with joy in such a challenging world? Please note that a lasting joy is available through...
1.) A Relationship with Christ VS. 4-7
2.) A Renewed Criteria Vs. 8-9
3.) A Realized Contentment Vs. 10-23
In our passage, Paul challenges us to live with joy. How do we live with joy in such a challenging world? Please note that a lasting joy is available through ...
1.) A Relationship with Christ Vs. 4-7
The Apostle Paul knew how to pray. In Colossians 1, he teaches us how to pray. Please note that...
1.) A Prayerful Church Member PRAYS CONSTANTLY vs.9a
2.) A Prayerful Church Member PRAYS CAREFULLY vs.9b-11
3.) A Prayerful Church Member PRAYS CORPORATELY vs.12
A sacrificial church member adopts the attitude of Jesus. What is the attitude of Jesus? We can understand the attitude of Jesus by examining ...
1.) His Perspective vs. 5-7a
2.) His Position vs. 7b
3.) His Pursuit vs. 8
In our text, John finishes the book of Revelation with a focus on the return of Jesus. There are three things to consider...
1.) The Conclusion of John vs. 8-11
2.) The Confirmation of the Savior vs.12-17
3.) The Challenge of this Book vs.18-21
In our text, John observes the creation of new things. This passage can be understood as we note ...
1.) A New Creation vs.1
2.) A New City vs.2
3.) A New Companionship vs.3
4.) A New Comfort vs.4
In our text, John observes the judgment of God on the small and the great. This is the Great White Throne judgment. Are you ready to stand before God? John shows us four truths about this judgment.
1.) This Judgment is Certain vs.11
2.) This Judgment is Comprehensive vs.12A
3.) This Judgment is Clear vs.12b
4.) This Judgment is Constant vs.14-15
In our text, Jesus changes the life of a man who knows nothing but sickness. This story challenges us to examine three areas of our lives. Please note we are challenged to examine...
1.) Our Focus vs .1-4
2.) Our Faith vs. 5-8
3.) Our Future vs. 9-13
In our text, we learn about the woman who excels in life. Please note that the woman who excels in life is...
1.) A Voice of Wisdom vs.1-9
2.) A Valuable Wife vs.10-12
3.) A Vigorous Worker vs. 13-16, 18, 24, 27
4.) A Virtuous Woman vs. 20, 25-26
In our text, John hears the praise for God's activities. In this praise, we learn of a great invitation offered to humanity. There are three important reasons this invitation is offered.
1.) You are invited to be CHANGED vs.1,6-8
2.) You are invited to be CONNECTED vs.5, 10a
3.) You are invited to CELEBRATE vs.2-4, 9-10b
In our text, the Psalmist urges us to listen to the history of Israel while in the wilderness. This history teaches us great wisdom for today. We can understand this text by noting...
1.) The Setting vs.1-8
2.) The Story vs.9-66
3.) The Shepherd vs.67-72
The wisdom of this Psalm:
Lead others to God by telling your story. vs. 4,7
Learn the pattern of Sin/God. (Sin) Vs. 9-11, 17-20 (God) Vs. 38-39
Live for God in all seasons. Vs. 34-37
Look to God as y our Shepherd Vs. 52, 72