Bible Studies

Many people are very confused about the Holy Spirit. They not only do not understand what it is; they have no idea what it is supposed to do in their lives or why they need it. What about you?

We live in a world of fear and anxiety. Man is increasingly being forced to come to grips with the limits of technology. All of our vaunted advances in education and the dissemination of information have not made this world a safer place. What is a person to do in a hostile, crazy world?

Faith in God is listed as one of the fundamental teachings of Scripture (Hebrews 6:1–2). In fact, Christians are told that “without faith it is impossible to please Him” (Hebrews 11:6). However, Jesus Christ, looking ahead to the end of this present age—our time today—raised a sobering question to His disciples. He asked, “when the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18:8).

Millions have been taking their “conversion” to Christianity for granted! Have you?
The most universally acknowledged teaching about the nature of God in professing Christianity is the doctrine of the “Trinity.” As shocking as it may seem, this doctrine is not found in the Bible.
Does Satan exist? What are his methods and his purposes? How do you combat his influence?
Why did God prohibit eating certain foods? Should you follow those same instructions today?
Do you understand the true origins of Jesus Christ? Do you know who really spoke the Ten Commandments? Who really was the God of the Old Testament?

The third of God’s Ten Commandments reads, “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain” (Exodus 20:7). It is as vital to keep the Third Commandment as it is to keep the rest of the ten; the Apostle James reminds us that if we break one point of the law, we have broken the entire law (James 2:10).

One of life’s greatest mysteries is the question of what happens to a person when they die. Does a dead person’s soul go to Heaven or Hell immediately upon their body’s death? What does the Bible say about life after death?

The long-anticipated year 2000 was a significant benchmark in the way we count time. It marked the final year of both the twentieth century and of the second millennium since the birth of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. In actuality, Christ was probably born about four years earlier than the commonly accepted date, which was calculated by the monk Dionysius Exiguus from the records available to him in the sixth century.

Is there really a fiery hell where the souls of condemned men, women and children suffer for all eternity? Are human beings, created by God in His image, being tormented at this very moment? Traditional Christianity has its answer, but you may be surprised—and reassured—by what the Bible really says about hell.