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Accuracy of Bible, Bible lessons, Spiritual enlightenment

What does the Bible mean that Jesus is a priest forever, in the order of Melchizedek?

Jesus is our true peace. Through Him, and only through Him, can anyone be credited as righteous before our heavenly Father. He is our high priest who sits at the right hand of the Father and intercedes for us (cf. Romans 8:34). “And of His kingdom there will be no end” (Luke 1:33).

Bible lessons, Spiritual encouragement, Spiritual motivation

Count it all joy when you fall into various trials, a Bible Study on James 1:2-4

Hardships are bound to come upon every person. Yet, even in trials, sufferings, and hardships; believers can count it all joy, knowing God uses adversities to grow us in dependence on, and intimacy with, Him. The Lord isn’t using life’s trials to break us down, but to build us more into Christlikeness.

Bible lessons, Spiritual growth, Spiritual motivation

“Faith without works is dead;” a Bible study on James 2:14-26

“So faith without deeds is dead.” This bold statement by James (2:26) is not contradictory to salvation by grace, it is complimentary to salvation by grace. For, he is telling believers that there will be demonstrated “fruit of grace” that becomes evident after someone is saved by grace, through faith in Christ.

Bible lessons, forgiveness, Spiritual growth

What does Jesus mean by, “If you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins”?

Jesus said, “If you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.” Those words can be intimidating. What does Jesus mean?

To understand what the Lord is saying in Matthew 6:15, we need to take His words in the context of its Scripture passage.

Bible lessons, Evangelism, Prison ministry lessons

Fleeing demons to find freedom in Christ: A Bible study of Mark 5:1-20, Luke 8:26-38 (part 1)

Mark 5:1-20 ~ a Bible Study lesson on escaping demonic strongholds to find freedom in Christ.
Demonic voices will accentuate our failures, telling us we are hopelessly lost. But, while their accusations seem damning and demonic strongholds seem unconquerable, not even a legion of demons can stand before Jesus Christ.