This free bible guide discusses definition and meaning of Theodicy. It attempts to answer difficult questions about the existence of God and problem of evil, arguments against God, can God use evil to do good?
This eighth part of Beatitude Bible study series explores ‘blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ in Matthew 5:10. It offers meaning of persecuted, perspective of first disciples and early Christians towards persecution and offers message of hope and assurance for those who are persecuted for the sake of Christ.
This free bible lesson is the seventh part of 8 part beatitude bible study series. It explores Matthew 5:9 – “Blessed are the peacemakers…” In this part, we will see who are the famous peacemakers in history? and who inspired them? How can one act in peace? What is the driving force? What is the reward for being peacemakers?
This is the 6th of 8 part beatitude bible study series on Matthew 5:3-12. It discusses Matthew 5:8 – “Blessed are pure in heart, for they will see God. What does it mean to be pure in heart? Bible verses related to ‘pure in heart’. Can we pursue purity? How can we be pure in heart?
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Part 5 of the Bible study lesson on beatitudes in Matthew 5: “Blessed are the Merciful” – the meaning, and the historical context of the beatitude, the promise and the practical application of being merciful.
This bible study lesson is an eight part series of the Beatitudes mentioned in Matthew 5. This fourth part covers the meaning of hunger, thirst and righteousness, what does it mean to ‘hunger and thirst for righteousness’ and the Practical applications.
This is part 3 of 8 part bible study series on Beatitudes. (Matthew 5:3-12). It explores the meaning of Meekness, meekness in the bible, historical setting and the promise of inheritance.
Who are those who mourn? Difference between Godly sorrow and Worldly sorrow, God’s promise of comfort to those who mourn. This bible study lesson is part 2 of eight part series on Beatitudes mentioned in Matthew 5:3-12.
Can a man know God? Before the time of Christ, there was a Hebrew prophet named Hosea who God asked to do an unusual thing: marry a prostitute. God had formed the nation of Israel and made a promise with them that He would be their God and they would be his people. …
Bible Study on Hebrew 1:1-4: Introduction to the book of Hebrew, background, What was at stake for the ‘Christians’? Was it really worth the risk? What are the attributes given to Jesus in Hebrew 1:1-4? This bible study gives overview of Book of Hebrew. This is the part of the series ‘The View from the Top’. ‘The View from the Top’ is a series of overview of biblical characters, events or book.
Bible study on Matthew 2:13-23, King Herod’s slaughter of children and Escape to egypt. Meaning and significance of Ramah and Nazarene.
Would you like to know God’s will for your life? How to disern God’s will for daily situations, or discover his plans for very important decisions of our life, such as marriage and career? Here are some of the simple bible based steps to find God’s will. It provides practical steps or preparation in discovering God’s will for your life.
The idea of God exists ever since the beginning of humankind. You go to any part of the world, and you will encounter some form or idea of God. And even though, their views of God may be world apart, it conveys the universal belief in the existence of God. But, is there God? Does God exist? Who is God? Is atheism a viable option? This is a vast subject.This bible study lesson does not discuss the proofs the existence of God, but demonstrate what Bible thinks about ‘being atheist’ and ‘the existence of God’.
We always thank God for all of you, mentioning you in our prayers. We continually remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ. For we know, brothers loved by God, that he has chosen you, because our gospel came to you not simply with words, but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and with deep conviction.
* Paul found church at Philippi on his second missionary journey. (Acts 16:11-40)
* The epistle is like a ‘Thank You’ letter for the gift sent by Philippians church
* Church at Philippi sent gift to Paul through Ephaphroditus (Phil 4:18)
* Ephaphroditus fell very sick during his trip almost up to the point of death (Phil 2:27)
* Very personal letter, ‘I’ are used more than 100 times
“The tension between Science and Theology arise only when scientific theories have been extended to philosophy of life and meaning.” Science is the knowledge perceived by experiments and observations. This article shows the contradiction due to the Law of Thermodynamics to the theory of Evolution.
“Built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone. In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. And in him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.” – Ephesians 2:20-21