Wednesday PM Bible Study

Title Date Author

I Peter- Part 7

I Peter 1:13-16 is all about the holiness of God and the holiness that should mark our lives. But, what is holiness? As "children of obedience" we are to be reflections of our Father.

2013-06-12 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 6

I Peter 1:13-16 is all about holiness. In verse 13 we focus on three issues- our minds, being sober, and our hope.

2013-05-29 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 5

Suffering is difficult, but it is not without its benefits, if handled properly. The saving of our souls and future rewards at Christ's appearing are but two of these benefits. Are we willing to endure suffering for the spiritual growth it produces?

2013-05-22 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 4

I Peter 1:6,7 brings us face to face with the issue of suffering. A healthy "doctrine of suffering" is necessary for us if we are to grow and mature spiritually in these difficult times.

2013-05-15 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 3

In I Peter 1:3-5 we read of the great salvation that God in His mercy has provided for us. Our focus as we consider this passage is on God's mercy, Christ's resurrection, our inheritance, and the power of God to keep us.

2013-05-08 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 2

Significant time is given for discussion regarding Peter's use of the word "stranger" in I Peter 1:1. Then, we look at the other 3 times the phrase "according to" appears in I Peter 1 in order to better understand what it means to be elect "according to foreknowledge."

2013-05-01 Pastor Steve Spuler

I Peter- Part 1

This teaching is the first in our study of I and II Peter. We begin with an introduction to these two powerful books, and then dive right into I Peter 1:1,2 with a focus on the question of election.

2013-04-24 Pastor Steve Spuler

Isaiah 66:24

The Bible uses many words to identify the "underworld" and the place of the dead- Sheol, Hades, Gehenna, hell, lake of fire, Tartarus, the abyss, etc. This sobering topic leads us to cling to Christ in faith and lead others to Him.

2013-04-17 Pastor Steve Spuler

Isaiah 64 and 66

We finish Isaiah 64 by considering the importance of God as our Father. Isaiah 66:18-24 is then briefly described in preparation for next week's
focus on the final verse of this book.

2013-04-10 Pastor Steve Spuler

Isaiah 64

In this chapter we read a prayer offered by the Jewish captives in Babylon. Much Millennial hope is offered to the Jews in their Babylonian sufferings. In this study we focus on the character of God and His dealings with men.

2013-04-03 Pastor Steve Spuler