New Bible Study – The Book of Job

I thought some of you may be interested in the free Bible study that Good Morning Girls/Women Living Well Ministries is hosting. The study starts today at: http://womenlivingwell.org/2016/01/today-we-begin-the-book-of-job-intro-and-resources-for-job-1-5/

 

“When all forty-two chapters of the book of Job are said and done, the inspired author leaves us with an unshakable and undoubted fact: God governs all things for his good purposes.” -John Piper

 

Sermon on the Mount (If:Equip Bible Study Intro)

This coming Monday, May 11, IF:Equip will be starting a new study, “Sermon on the Mount.”

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Quoted from IF:Equip

Background:

Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount is found in the gospel of Matthew. Matthew, the tax collector had two goals in mind when he wrote his account of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection.

• Jesus most likely taught the Sermon on the Mount in Galilee on a mountainside.

• His audience consisted of a multitude of people, including followers and Jews.

• Jesus spoke about His coming kingdom, repentance and a call to live righteously.

• At the time of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus had recently begun his ministry.  Before this, John the Baptist had prepared the way for Jesus and baptized Him, Jesus had been tempted in the desert by Satan, and Jesus had selected His first disciples.

With this powerful opening sermon, Jesus shakes things up by emphasizing the heart over external actions.

Invite others to join.

IF:Equip “Introducing 1 & 2 Peter”

Join IF:Equip as they begin a new study on Monday, April 13th – “Introducing 1 & 2 Peter”

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This study’s theme verse is:

“His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness. Through these He has given us His very great and precious promises, so that through them you may participate in the divine nature and escape the corruption in the world caused by evil desires.” (2 Peter 1:3-4)

Need encouragement to believe Jesus is better?”  – IF:Equip