This is the fourth part in the Bible study series: Let Us Keep the Feasts . We've all heard of sin. It's a very religious sounding word. What do the Day of Unleavened Bread teach us about sin and its dangerously pervasive consequences in our lives? Join Gary Petty as he explores "What is Sin?"
I've planted many vegetable gardens over the years. The lessons I've learned match what Jesus Christ said about the sowing of the seed of the gospel and what it takes to grow a productive crop. They also teach us what we must do when the words of the Kingdom have been sown into our lives.
This is the third part in the Bible study series: Let Us Keep the Feasts. What does the Word of God say about sin? This study will focus on several aspects of sin. Yet, as sinners, how are we made right with God? What can we do to be just in God’s eyes? We’ll explore these areas and also delve into the ultimate solution to sin.
Last week I discussed what has rightly been described as an “irresponsible” cover article in Newsweek that was published at the end of December. This highly biased travesty of journalism titled “The Bible: So Misunderstood It’s a Sin” was littered with error, assumptive illogical statements, and other outright nonsense. But because it is cleverly written and widely distributed, it needs to be brought to task.
This is the second part in the Bible study series: Let Us Keep the Feasts. Did the Exodus happen and why is it important? The story of the Exodus is critical in understanding not only the history of Israel and the existence of Moses, Abraham and others. Did it happen as scripture says it did? Is there evidence from archaeology and history to substantiate the Biblical account? This story lays a foundation for our understanding of the first Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread as told in Exodus.
There are lot of sayings people think are in the Bible but are not. There are also a lot of religious beliefs people have that are not in the Bible. There’s a lot about the Bible that people do not understand.
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