Allen Webster did a super job discussing Mark 16.16 in the July issue of HTH. I hope you will study it carefully and allow its truth to impact your life. You can find it by clicking HERE.
I enjoy watching videos on YouTube, especially at home on a large screen. Lots of different kinds (some even about lawnmowing). I love to watch videos in Bible-related fields. I watched a beautiful one today from WVBS. I think I will try to be placing some of these videos I view on our site on Mondays. If it is on here it is something I have already viewed and thought worth others taking a look at. Today let me recommend Don Blackwell’s presentation of: THE APOCRYPHA AND THE LOST BOOKS OF THE BIBLE.
Have you ever wondered why we have the books we do in our Bibles? Are there “lost books” that should be in the Bible? What about the Apocrypha found in Catholic Bibles? Join Don Blackwell as he looks at the background and context for recognizing the canon of inspired books in the Bible. Understanding these questions can provide confidence for your faith.
For further study, see: Eric Lyons: http://apologeticspress.org/APContent.aspx?category=11&article=914&topic=77
A 9-page, 9-part study of 3 John, including 2 puzzles.
3 John was written to Gaius, a faithful member of the Lord’s church. This church wanted to assist some missionaries and Gaius was leading in the effort, but he and the faithful ones were opposed by a brother named Diotrephes, who was an obvious tyrant in that congregation. The Apostle John instructs the church to support the preaching of the gospel and promises to deal with Diotrephes.
Please study this short epistle from the inspired Apostle John using our study guide. If you find it helpful, tell others where they can come find a copy.
Study Guide for 3 John… 6400sg
A link to an article written by Tom Wacaster as he reflects upon the words of Matthew 13.54.
Tom Wacaster is a great Bible student, preacher, teacher, and writer. I am thankful to own his commentaries and to have benefited from sermons I’ve heard from him. He has a website and I have it loaded into my RSS-reader. I always pay attention when I see something new he has written. Today I saw links to four articles. I would like to recommend you read them all. The one I will link to below is the one entitled: AND THEY WERE ASTONISHED. In this article the Lord Jesus Christ is exalted and praised and I am convinced that we NEVER can see enough of that kind of writing. Please visit Tom’s site to read this outstanding article by clicking HERE.
A study of an alleged contradiction between Galatians and Exodus.
Sometimes we will post something on this site which was a part of the previous site. Today is one of those times. This post was originally placed on the web on November 29, 2012. Alleged contradictions of the Bible always seem to be an interesting and faith-building way to approach Bible study. The atheists and non-believers have only STRENGTHENED our faith by their attacks upon the Bible. We have had to study more diligently and have through that study become even stronger for the spiritual battle Satan wars against us (Ephesians 6.10-18).
Mickey Spiceland is doing a GREAT job teaching the Book of Exodus to our Wednesday Night Auditorium Class. I appreciate so much his good efforts. He makes the class interesting and seems obviously to enjoy teaching us. I enjoy the class a great deal!
Two times this week I have found in my RSS-reader articles from our brother Stephen R. Bradd that had to do with matters discussed in our class. Stephen’s blog: AudioEvangelism.com is an excellent one that I can recommend to you. You can reach that discussion by clicking H-E-R-E and H-E-R-E.
One of the things we want to do on this site is to link to other good Bible study material online. Garland Robinson has long been providing such. He is the producer and editor of the periodical: Seek the Old Paths. The May 2018 issue is now available online. We recommend it to you for your study…
- Why the Lord’s Church Does Not Have Fellowship with Denominational Groups — Roger Campbell p.33
- Moral Decay, How do we Change the Trend? — Garland Robinson p.34
- Is There No Shame? — Wayne Dixon p.35
- How we Got the Bible #5 — PROVIDENTIAL PRESERVATION — Randy Kea p.36
- Could Faithful Preachers of the Past Preach Today Where You Worship? — Clarence Lavendar p.37
- Looking to Jesus to See the Basics of Fellowship — John Chowning p.39
- Mail Bag — p.40