This lesson investigates whether the commandments of God are a burden to mankind or not.
This lesson reveals from the scriptures that God expects us to respect His silence on the subjects of which he does not handle in the Bible.
This sermon examines Ephesians 4 and what God has invited the world to become a part of.
This lesson allows the scriptures to explain the importance of establishing God’s authority.
This sermon examines the man who was without a wedding garment in Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast in Matthew 22.
This lecture addresses the importance of making godly activities into habits and traditions in the family, and provides numerous practical examples of things that can be done toward that goal.
This sermon examines the threefold parables that Jesus gives in Luke chapter 15.
The value of a guarded heart is worth well above anything else on this earth.
This lesson demonstrates that Jesus was crucified on a Thursday, then raised on a Sunday; answering to the words of Jesus that He would be in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights, thus refuting the popular belief that Jesus was crucified on a Friday (“Good Friday”) and raised on a Sunday, an unfortunate miscount of only 2 days and 2 nights in the tomb.
This lesson considers the first three chapters of the book of Amos.