By Faith: Bible Studies in Genesis 22 - 32
Our Heavenly Reward
This Bible study (based on Hebrews 11:32 - 40) corresponds to our Sunday sermons on 14 Dec, 2008. Overview: There is a difference between earning God's blessing by our own merit and pursuing by faith what God has already graciously promised to us
This Bible study (based on Hebrews 11:1 - 20) is part of our By Faith series and corresponds with our Sunday sermons for 07-12-08. Overview: Faith is more than just wild-eyed spiritual optimism. It is a certain hope in the complete reliability of all God’s promises to us in Jesus Christ.
Our Faithful and Gracious God
This study (based on Philippians chapters 1 and 4) corresponds with Steve Cooper's farewell sermons from Sunday 30 November 2008. Overview: Two of God's most extraordinary promises to us are 1. To complete his good work in us; and 2. To supply all our needs along the way.
Faith and struggle
This Bible study series (based primarily on Genesis 22 - 32) is designed to correspond with our Sunday sermon series. Overview: Struggle implies that there is an opponent to overcome. Therefore, what does it mean that Jacob struggled with God and overcame?
Jacob and Laban
This Bible study series (based primarily on Genesis 22 - 32) corresponds with our Sunday sermons on 16-11-08. Overview: In light of the fact that Jacob used his currning to take his older brother Esau's birthright and blessing, to what extent can we call unfair the injustices Jacob suffered under his Uncle Laban?
Jacob and Esau
This Bible study series (based primarily on Genesis 22 - 32) correpsond with our Sunday sermons from 9 Nov, 2008. The saying, "God helps them who help themselves" is not found in the Bible. However, Jacob used his cunning nature to help himself to his older brother's blessing and birthright, even though these had already been promised to Jacob.
This Bible study series (based primary on Genesis 22 - 32) corresponds with our Sunday sermons from 2 November, 2008. Overview: God's command to Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac is one of the most audacious in the entire Bible. But this instruction can only be clearly seen through the lens of Christ's own sacrificial death.