Archives for August 2011

Encountering with God through Dreams

True conversion story of Amornrat Charnhiran

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

More Bible Studies

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The Word of God

Introduction
The Bible is the Word of God. It  is through this Word, God communicates with us. It is the revelation of God’s plan for us.

Facts about the  Bible
1.    The Bible consists of 66 books.
2.    Forty authors wrote.
3.    It has 1,189 chapters. In A.D. 1227 Stephen Longtum, a man of God, divided the Bible according to the verses.

The Fruit of the Holy Spirit – Bible Study

Introduction
The fruit of the Spirit is the result from the work of the Holy Spirit in sanctification. The fruit of the Spirit is the unmistakable quality of a spiritual life.

Facts about the  Fruit of the  Spirit
1.    The Holy Spirit produces it.  Gal. 5:22
2.    There is no law against it.  Gal. 5:23
3.    Pruning increases the fruitfulness. Jn. 15:2
4.    Remaining in Christ bears more fruit. Jn. 15:5

The Holy Spirit – Bible Study Outline

Introduction
The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity. He is not a power or force  but a Person. In the. O.T. the Holy Spirit was given to particular individuals for special tasks. But in the N.T. every believer is given. Let us study this great Person of Godhead, shall we?

Facts about the  Holy Spirit
1. The Holy Spirit is a Person. Jn. 16:7
2. He is the Omnipresent God.  Ps. 139:7
3. He is the Eternal Spirit. Heb. 9:14
4. He is the Lord. 2 Cor. 3:17

The Resurrection of Christ – Bible Study

Introduction
The Resurrection of Christ is the central message of the Gospel. It is also the message of hope. There are over 100 references to the resurrection in the New Testament.

The Significance of Christ’s Resurrection
1. The preaching is based on it. “If Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless. . .” 1 Cor. 15:14.
2. Our faith is based on it. “If Christ has not been raised. . .useless and so is your faith.” 1 Cor. 15:14.

The Death of Christ

Introduction

Death is natural and inescapable. It is the one inevitable fact of life. But the death of Christ was most terrible way to die! Yet it was part of God’s Great plan. Let’s study the Significance of the Christ’s death.

 

Significance of the  Death of Christ

1.  It was prophesied in the Scriptures. “The prophets have spoken

Christ Coming in the Flesh

Introduction

The Greek word used for flesh is sarx where as the word soma is used for body.

Humanly speaking there seems to be no difference between the flesh and the body. But the only wise God has made the difference in the Scripture which we are about to study.

 

Evidences for the  Humanity of Christ

The Grace of Christ

Introduction

The Bible is pre-eminently occupied in setting forth the gracious feelings with which God regards the children of men. Grace is the free bestowal of kindness on one whom has neither claim on our bounty, nor adequate compensation to make it.

 

 

The Meaning of Grace

The Greek word karis means

Jesus the Anointed One

Chapter 4

Introduction

 

The word Messiah is derived from the  Hebrew word mashach which is used of anointing. In Isaiah 61:1 this word teaches that the anointing was a symbol of the Holy Spirit. By which Jesus was anointed for the ministry and life. Lk. 4:18; Acts. 10:38.

 

Birth of Jesus

1. The prophecy of his birth.  Isa. 9:6

The Mercy of God

Introduction

The Hebrew word Chacad for mercy is used in various forms to designate God’s dealings with man. And also it indicates the mode in which men are to deal with one another, as seen in the story of the Good Samaritan. Lk. 10:37.

 

Facts about God’s Mercy

1. God’s mercies are from of old. Ps. 25:6

2. God is full of mercy. Jas. 5:11

 

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