Bible Study Page One (Page 2)

"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." —2nd Timothy 2:15

Bible Study

"But hath in due times manifested his word through preaching, which is committed unto me according to the commandment of God our Saviour" —Titus 1:3

Faith Bible Institute
(by Pastor John Yates)


Biblical Character


When I Fall

(Micah 7:7-10, a sermon by Dr. Jack Hyles)


Beware of Heresy!

“...Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you ... in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest (twist), as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.” —2nd Peter 3:15-16

INTRODUCTION TO THE 27 BOOKS of the NEW TESTAMENT (dates)


Ladies Commanded To Love (Phileo - Be Affectionate) Toward Husbands; Whereas Husbands Are Commanded to Love (agape - love based on moral principle) Wives

There is a very interesting and deliberate truth in the Bible that is often overlooked. When God tells men to “LOVE” their wives, the Greek word is agape; but women are commanded to “LOVE” philandros their husbands. These are two very different word meanings.

Titus 2:4, “That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children.” The word “love” here in Titus 2:4 is philandros and means “fond of man, that is, affectionate as a wife.” This is romantic love, physical affection, loving a man as a wife should.

However, Ephesians 5:25, “Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it.” The word “love” here in Ephesians 5:25 is agapaō and means “to love (in a social or moral sense).” This is God's unconditional love, that is, a man loving his wife because of who he is, and not for who she is. This is not romantic love; but rather, love based upon the unchanging principles of God's Word.

The reason why God commands men and women to love in different ways is because a man by nature has physical affection toward a woman, but women do not toward men. That is, men are aroused by sight, but not women. A woman has to make herself be affectionate toward her husband even when she doesn't feel it. The feelings follow afterward.

Likewise, women naturally have agape love for their husbands. So a man has to force himself to love his own wife as God commands him to, loving her based upon the principles of God's Word and God's love.

A wise wife will be affectionate toward her husband. One of the major causes of divorce is romance problems, because the wife isn't interested in physical relations, won't work at it and doesn't care. A husband needs an affectionate wife!

One Continent Until After Flood

Bible Doctrines


Study, Rightly Dividing The Word Of Truth

Contemporary Bloodless Theology


The Holy Spirit

Walking in the Spirit

The Bible says in Titus 1:3 that God manifests HIS WORD through PREACHING!!!

The Doctrine of Baptism
(by Pastor Martin R. DeHaan, 1891-1965)

What Is The Gospel?
[Dr. Harry Ironside (1876-1951), a godly fundamentalist author and teacher for many years, served as pastor of Chicago's Moody Memorial Church from 1930-1948]

Romans 13
(most people are woefully ignorant of what Romans 13 really means)
 

E-SWORD


Why We Don't Speak in Tongues
(a needful video sermon by Pastor Danny Castle —download MP3 - Part 2
)

Judgment Seat of Christ 1 | Part 2

DEMONOLOGY

 † The Doctrine Of The Devil
 † Doctrine Of The Angels
(MP3 Bible studies by Dr. Jeff Owens)

Saved People Ought To Be Busy!

A REAL BURNING HELL
(this may be your last chance to get saved)

The Christian's True Enemy
(the Bible says our fight is against the New World Order)

Download Free Awesome King James Bible Program That I Use for My Website (WinZip file)

The Cambron Institute
(by Dr. Mark G. Cambron)

Bible Prophecy


Prayer


Online King James Bible with Strong's Concordance

Strong's Concordance

Bible Dictionaries Online

Webster's 1829 Dictionary
 


Bible Questions/Answers

The best way to interpret the Bible is with the Bible!

A “Voice

John the Baptist


The Birth Date of Jesus

If Jesus was born in 5 BC (The Bible Almanac, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1980) and if He died about at 33 years of age, that would fix his death around 29 AD. The first Roman calendar was off four (4) years. Today's calendar is a product of the Julian & Gregorian calendars. There was a 1 BC and a 1 AD but there was no "0" between BC and AD. Counting 33 years forward from His birth in 5 BC would fix his death in 29 AD. Herod the Great, who ordered the murder of all the babies less that two years old in Bethlehem, died in 4 BC. Therefore Jesus had to be born prior to his death and therefore Jesus probably was born in 5 BC or earlier.

Date of NT Writings


Thru-The-Bible
(Bible study with Pastor J. Vernon McGee)

J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988) is an awesome Bible teacher and correct on Biblical salvation. Although a Presbyterian minister (as was Evangelist Billy Sunday), Dr. McGee's 5-year 'Thru-The-Bible' commentary on the Bible is a masterpiece and treasure of literature. J Vernon McGee is one of my favorite Bible teachers and a blessing from God. Free MP3 5-Year Bible Study.

Printed Commentaries Available (I have these 5 commentaries and love them. Dr. McGee is a true scholar and provides extensive secular history which sheds incredible light on the Scriptures. His style is laid back and cordial.)

The whole word for the whole world.


God and Magog - Part 1
(Part 2 / Part 3a / Part 3b / Part 4)

Contending For The Faith
(printed sermon by Pastor Lee Roberson)

Old Earth; Young Man

Why It Is So Important That You Care
(caring and morality are synonymous)

Available Books By Dr. Oliver B. Greene
(The Gospel Hour)

Doctrine is a systematic orderly arrangement of truth. Here is a helpful list of eight key doctrines of the New Testament Church:

  1. BIBLIOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17; Psalms 119:160; Revelation 22:19; Romans 15:4)

  2. THEOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning God (Ephesians 4:6; Jeremiah 10:10; Matthew 18:19; Philippians 2:5-6).

  3. ANTHROPOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning the fall of man (Genesis 3:4-6; Genesis 8:21; Psalms 14:1-7; Romans 5:12).

  4. CHRISTOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning the virgin birth of Jesus Christ (Genesis 3:15; Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:18-25; Galatians 4:4).

  5. SOTERIOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning atonement for sin (Ephesians 2:8; John 3:16; Hebrews 9:12-15; 1 John 2:2).

  6. ECCLESIOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning the church (Acts 2:41-42; 1 Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 1:22-23; Ephesians 4:11).

  7. ANGELOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning angels, demons and Satan (Isaiah 14:12-15; Ezekiel 28:14-17; Revelation 12:9).

  8. ESCHATOLOGY - Our beliefs concerning the end times (Acts 1:11; 1 Thessalonians 4:16; 2 Corinthians 5:10; Matthew 24:29-32; Revelation 20:11-15).

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“I've never seen anybody question the virgin birth, that could preach a warm sermon on the new birth. I never have! And if you can't preach on the new birth, you'll never get anybody born-again!” —Brother Lester Roloff (1914-1982), from the sermon “Steps In The Degeneration Of Our Nation.”

THE VIRGIN BIRTH OF CHRIST (by Dr. John R. Rice, 1895-1980)

The World In 2012 (a red-hot sermon by Pastor Danny Castle)

I NEVER KNEW YOU (false gospels of Osteen, Stanley, Robertson, Warren, Hagee, Dobson, Swaggart)

Danny Castle - King James Bible Study Part 1

Alexander Scourby Holy King James Bible on DVD (Signature Edition)
(Listen to the King James Bible while working, resting, or sleeping. I can't recommend listening to the King James Bible enough.)


“To obtain the correct teaching of a particular Scripture, as any Bible student knows, you must compare all other Scriptures that pertain to the same subject or verse in question. When all Scriptures pertaining to the same subject AGREE, you then have the correct teaching of the subject or verse. If not, then you have a wrong interpretation or application of the verse or subject in question. This would then lead to a false teaching perpetuated upon the unsuspecting congregation.”

SOURCE: MARTIN LUTHER: MASTER OF DECEIT; by Dr. Max D. Younce


Stick To The Basics

       God deliver us from deeper-life theologians who can quote the Bible, dissect it and expound upon it, but they never share the gospel with their neighbors and let the world die and go to Hell. On my website ministry, I aim to encourage everyone to be a soul-winner. Proverbs 11:30 says, “He that winneth souls is wise.” That's one Scripture that you won't hear often from the intelligencia crowd.

Granted, it is “God that giveth the increase” (1st Corinthians 3:7). Our part is to preach the gospel, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ Who died, was buried and rose again three days later for our sins.

Thus, it is critically important that we never stop ringing the bell of the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith, including the virgin birth of Christ and His bodily, literal, resurrection from the dead. In an age when psychology is replacing Bible-preaching in our churches, and entertainment is replacing the power of God, the Doctrine of Christ cannot be stressed enough...

The Virgin Birth | Jesus Christ Literally Arose from the Grave
(needful Windows Media sermons by Pastor Jeff Owens)


Pastor J. Vernon McGee's 5-Year 'Thru-The-Bible' MP3 Studies

“Isaiah 28 is a fine illustration of the near and far view of prophecy. The past and future events. That which has been fulfilled, that which is to be fulfilled. That which is local and immediate, and that which is general and far distant.”

—Pastor J. Vernon McGee (Thru The Bible, Isaiah 28:1-4) | TTB.ORG

Note: If you download any of the .ZIP files at ThruTheBible.org you'll need WinZip. Once unzipped, using the “Shift” button to select all the MP3 files and them right mouse-click to open in a Windows Media “Add to playlist” to play them all. You can sort out the Bible studies by their number within Windows Media, otherwise they'll play in a random order, which will be confusing. Once you've properly arranged the Bible studies, then you can save your playlist. Also, make sure that the “Shuffle” option under “Play” in the menu is not selected.


SYNOPSIS OF WEB BASED
BIBLE DICTIONARIES

The King James Audio Bible Narrated by Stephen Johnston Free Online

Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”

Alexander Scourby Holy King James Bible on DVD (Signature Edition)
(Listen to the King James Bible while working, resting, or sleeping. I can't recommend listening to the King James Bible enough.)

"Everybody that goes to Hell gets exactly what he deserves. He walks up to the ticket window and pays his own fare to Hell—in wages! But everybody that goes to Heaven rides on a free pass."

—Dr. John R. Rice in When Skeletons Come Out of Closets (MP3 Audio sermon)


7,487 Promises From God To Man In The Bible!

The following quote is taken from the Introduction to Dr. Herbert Lockyer's (1886-1984) timeless Christian classic, All The Promises Of The Bible...

“It has been computed that there are 30,000 Bible promises. No indication is given as to how this colossal number is reached. Altogether, there are 31,173 verses making up the Bible; 23,214 verses compromising the Old Testament, and 7,959 — the New Testament. Doubtless this total of verses gave rise to the 30,000 — every verse being a promise.

The magazine Time, of Dec. 4, 1956, carried an item to the effect that schoolteacher Everet R. Storms, of Kitchener, Canada, reckoned the 30,000 figure to be off the mark. During his 27th reading of the Bible, this devout student tried to tally up the promises, a task which took him a year and a half. Storms came up with 7,487 promises by God to man, 2 by God the Father to God the Son, 991 by one man to another (such as the servants who promised to interpret king Nebuchadnezzar's dream), 290 by man to God, 21 promises were made by angels, one by man to an angel, and two were made by an evil spirit to the Lord. Satan made nine, as when he promised the world to Christ if He would fall down and worship him. Storms then gives us the grant total of 8,810 promises.

Scattered throughout the Bible are hundreds of definite explicit promises forming the category Peter names as "the exceeding great and precious promises" (II Peter 1:4).”

SOURCE: Dr. Herbert Lockyer, All The Promises Of The Bible, pg. 10; 1962


Salvation is a Gift; Not a Reward


In the absence of Light, darkness prevails!

“But hath in due times manifested his word through preaching, which is committed unto me according to the commandment of God our Saviour.” (Titus 1:3)

“The whole conviction of my life now rests upon the belief that loneliness, far from being a rare and curious phenomena, is the central and inevitable fact of human existence.” —Thomas Wolfe; God's Lonely Man


What the Bible Says is So (by Pastor Roy Thompson)