A miracle is defined as an event that cannot be explained by natural or scientific laws, and is therefore considered to be the result of Divine intervention.
This in-depth study challenges you to believe in miracles, but trust in God.
The Holy Spirit is active in the Book of Acts. The beginning of Christianity began in the Upper Room with 120 believers and spread like wildfire. This study is about the work and role of the Holy Spirit in the church and in lives.
There is more truth in Daniel than the story of the lion’s den. His fascinating prophecy speaks of events straight from today’s newspapers and gives us insight and hope about the future.
Above all, you know this: No prophecy of Scripture comes from the prophet’s own interpretation, because no prophecy ever came by the will of man; instead, men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit. (2 Peter 1:20-21)
The Bible is full of prophets but not all predicted the future, some of them proclaimed the word of God to their generation; some of them wrote it down and others were oral. This is a chronological study of prophets of when they appeared in history.
MOSES: The friend of God. The Bible makes this remarkable statement about Moses, “The LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks with his friend.” (Exodus 33:11)
Moses’ story is the continuation of the story began by Jacob and Joseph. Joseph started out as a shepherd and ended up in the palace of Egypt. Moses started out in the palace of Egypt and ended up as a shepherd. First, he shepherded dumb sheep in an obscure region from age 40 to 80. Then from age 80 until he died at age 120, he shepherded another flock of dumb sheep—the Israelites. This is the story of the man God used to deliver a nation from bondage to the Promised Land. It is also our story of how God takes us from the bondage of sin (Egypt) and brings us into the Spirit -filled life, a land flowing with spiritual milk and honey.
Some older Bibles are called “Red-letter edition Bibles.” In these Bibles, every word spoken by Jesus is printed in red. In the study The Future According to Jesus, Pastor David Dykes explores all the red-letter statements Jesus made concerning the future.
Jesus said, “IN THE FUTURE you will see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of power and coming on the clouds of Heaven.” (Matthew 26:64)
There are over two dozen Old Testament prophecies foretelling the coming of the Messiah. In this study, Pastor David Dykes presents the Old Testament prophecies about Jesus and how He fulfills every one. For anyone who is honestly looking for truth, this is convincing proof that Jesus is the promised Jewish Messiah.
The book of Genesis doesn’t focus on HOW God created the heavens and the earth; it focuses on WHY God created the universe. He created everything so that He could have a personal relationship with people. Genesis is the story of how God had a PERFECT relationship with Adam and Eve, and how SIN ruined that relationship. “Who’s Who in the Book of Genesis” is the story of how sinful men and women can still have a personal relationship with their Creator.