Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk Knowledge of the Appearing and its Effect on Believers 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 1 Thessalonians 5. In this epistle we have the Christian’s three enemies and how we can meet them. In chapter three it was the hindrance of the Devil that both Paul and the saints were facing, and the way it […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk Practical: Exhortations Based on Liberty Galatians 5 – 6 Galatians 5 – 6. The two main sections of ch.5 can be correlated to the two exhortations at the end of the allegory in the previous chapter. First, how to deal with the bondwoman (vv.1-12); i.e. liberty as a result of understanding our […]
The Passover speaks of the way a believer takes refuge in the work of Christ, to be shielded from God’s judgment against sin.
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk Cain & Abel: Two Approaches to God Genesis 4 Genesis 4. In this chapter we have the history of two brothers: Cain and Abel. These two brothers set before us a great moral contrast between two approaches to God, and two ways of life. The first is a life of faith, approaching […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk Feast of Tabernacles: Jesus as the Perfect Servant vs. Worldly Glory John 7 John 6 vs. John 7. In John 6 we had the Son of Man as the life of the world in two aspects; His incarnation and His atoning death. Now in John 7 we get the truths connected with His going […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The Son’s Intercessory Prayer to the Father John 17 John 17. There were many times when the Lord would depart into a solitary place, and pray to His Father. But here, we are given a window into that communion between the Father and the Son. We would never have asked to hear […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The History of Faith: Calling and Promise Genesis 12 – 50 This section, from chapter 12 to 50, takes up the dispensational principles of Calling and Promise. This is done by way of four men: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph, as follows: O U T L I N E – Calling […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The Separation of Abram & Lot Genesis 13 What Lot Represents. Lot is a picture of a believer who, walked from the very beginning in another’s faith, and not his own. For a time he maintained an outward path of separation, but did not have the personal conviction to continue in it. […]