Literature


1 John: God’s Great Love


We are going to be carefully going through the book of First John in order to see what God will teach us. This book is found near the end of the New Testament, and is also referred to as The First Epistle of John.

Psalm 51: A Broken and A Contrite Heart


Psalm 51, like many of the Psalms, was written by King David. It begins with a heading that describes the important context of the Psalm. We read this introduction to Psalm 51: “To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David; when Nathan the prophet came unto him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba.” Before…

John 17: Christ’s Prayer for His People


John 17 is often called “The High Priestly Prayer.” This is the prayer that the Lord Jesus prayed to His Father in Heaven shortly before He went to the cross. We are now going to begin to look at this chapter in more detail, as we see what God is teaching us by means of…

Psalm 90: God is Eternal


In this Bible study we are going to focus upon Psalm 90, which God informs us is a prayer of Moses, the man of God. God of course gave him the words of this wonderful prayer, so that they would be written as part of the Bible. Moses, you may remember, was the man chosen…

John 15: The Relationship Between Christ and the True Believers


Today we will begin to look very carefully at a well-known chapter in the Bible, John 15. We are again going back into the Bible, as we have done many times. Every chapter in the Bible is full of meaning, and is something God has led us to.

Colossians 3: True Christian Living


We are going to begin to look at a passage found in the New Testament, Colossians chapter 3. As we go through this chapter carefully, let us be open to what God can teach us in His Word.   We begin by reading the opening verses of Colossians 3, verses 1 and 2:   “1. If ye…

What God hath joined Together…


Fifty years ago, divorce was almost unheard of except in some avant garde elements of our culture. Among Christians, divorce was virtually not found. When we compare Christians of today with Christians of 50 years ago, we are astounded at the appearance of the dreadful phenomenon of divorce. Today, divorce is as common as grass….

We Talk to God…


Dear Reader,   In Galatians 4:6 we read, “And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father.” From this verse we learn that God the Holy Spirit prays to God the Father through His children. God prays to God through His children!

Wheat and Tares


A most wonderful characteristic of the Bible is its perfect consistency. That is, the entire Bible is perfectly true and trustworthy. Therefore, when any truth has been correctly learned from the Bible, that truth will never be negated or compromised by other Bible citations. This perfect consistency…

I Hope God will Save Me


Many people say, “I want to be saved.” And so, in this booklet, we will attempt to face, with complete honesty, the question: What must I do to be saved? Because we will learn that no one can do anything to become saved, it will quickly discourage many readers who will conclude that the situation…

The Perfect Harmony…


When the book “Are You Ready?” was being prepared, I was privileged to work out an accurate chronology of the kings of Judah and Israel. In so doing, we were able to harmonize each and every verse that pertains to the time and duration of each and every king, that is, every verse with three…

Sunday the Sabbath


Throughout New Testament history, Sunday has been an important day for the Christians. Ever since Jesus arose from the grave on Sunday morning, Christians have regarded Sunday as a special day. This was in evidence even before the Bible was completed, as indicated by the Acts 20:7 account, in which it is recorded that the…

Glorious Garden of Eden


An Exposition of Genesis 2   Have you ever wondered why God planted the Garden of Eden in a world that was at that time “very good” (Genesis 1:31)? In other words, why did God bother to set up a special place on earth when the whole creation was absolutely perfect to begin with?…

Biblical Calendar


Chapters 5 and 11 of the Book of Genesis have long been a seemingly insurmountable obstacle to students of the Bible. Inasmuch as they begin with Adam and end with Abraham, they have their roots in creation and they reach into the era of the great civilizations of Babylon and Egypt, which flourished during Abraham’s…

Adam When?


Can we know, with complete accuracy, the timetable of the past, all the way back to Adam and the creation of the earth? This book presumes to do so, utilizing the very safe principle that the Bible is infallible in all that it says. Once the Bible is properly understood, it becomes a fountainhead of…

A Quiet Time


No one truly born of God doubts that it is a commendable practice to have a daily quiet time with the Lord; in fact, it is absolutely vital to Christian growth and development. The Bible associates the man of God with a disciplined devotional life.   David proclaimed in Psalm 57:7, “My heart is fixed…

70 Weeks of Daniel 9


Every student of the Bible who has any interest at all in proph­ecy has spent time trying to understand the 70 weeks of Daniel 9. Somehow we all sense that these verses have great significance in regard to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.   In understanding God’s teachings in any part of the…

Let The Oceans Speak


Creationists are certain that the Bible is accurate, authoritative and trustworthy in every field of knowledge, whether that be theological, historical, scientific or any other. The Bible contains a definite and precise chronological timetable that begins with the creation of this world and the first man, Adam, and covers the great historical events of the…

Speaking In Tongues


In the Bible, God repeatedly describes the nature of the sin of the church. Much that is unbiblical goes on in congregations and denominations today. This is not apostasy in sects and cults, which obviously are under the power of Satan; rather, it is in evangelical, Bible- related churches. To our utter consternation, these sins…