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Book of Isaiah Summary

Main Idea Isaiah prophesies condemnation for the wicked (Isa. 1:4) and comfort for God’s people (Isa. 40:1), rebuking those who have rejected Him (Isa. 5) and announcing the coming of the Messiah (Isa. 7:14; 9:6-7) and promising future judgment and redemption (Isa. 63-66). Explanation of Main Idea God is not …

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2 Ways God Reveals Himself

God has graciously chosen to reveal Himself to fallen humanity. He has done this so that we might reach out and know Him (Acts 17:27). The two ways that God reveals Himself to mankind is in a general sense and in a special sense. General Revelation General revelation consists of …

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Angels and Demons

What should you believe about angels and demons? Here’s a quick summary of what the Bible teaches. Angels are spiritual, non-human, powerful beings (Heb 1:6-7, 2 Pet. 2:11) created by God to worship Him and to do His bidding, often as a special messenger or to help humans (Col. 1:16, …

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The Warning Passages in Hebrews

There are several warning passages in the Book of Hebrews, among them are: Hebrews 2:1-3; 3:7-11; 4:1, 11; 6:4-8; 10:26-31, 38; 12:15, 25. How do you understand these warnings? Do they threaten a loss of salvation? Lost of rewards? Are they directed towards believers? Are they directed to unbelievers? For …

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What Does it Mean to Be In Christ?

Both Ephesians and Colossians begin with Paul addressing the recipients as “faithful” and “saints” who are “in Christ” (Ephesians 1:1, Colossians 1:2). He goes on to tell the Ephesians that they are blessed in Christ (1:3), chosen in Christ (1:4), and redeemed in Christ (1:7). He lets them know that …

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What Does It Mean to Walk in the Spirit?

According to Romans 7-8 and Galatians 5, within the Christian, there is a struggle of the flesh against the Spirit. What does it mean to walk in the Spirit? Everyone has a carnal (sinful) nature. This nature leads us to do things that we don’t want to do. These are …

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What is the Gospel?

All men are under sin (Romans 3:9-19) and need to be rescued. All the world is “guilty before God” (Romans 3:19). We are “dead in trespasses and sins” (Ephesians 2:1), following after Satan, the prince of the power of the air. All mankind is, by nature, “fulfilling the desires of …