Book of Acts, Chapter 1
This podcast does is a verse-by-verse study on the Book of Acts. Thus chapter speaks of Jesus' ascension and how the disciples went to the upper room to pray and await the promise of the Holy Spirit.
Book of Acts - Background information.
Any good Bible study always starts with getting some historical and background information on the book studied. This podcast answers the who, what, when, where, why and how about the Book of Acts, to make sure the viewer is prepared and ready to dig into the study of the book of the Bible.
Mistakes Christians Make When Studying the Bible
This podcast is designed to show Christians how to avoid the trap of false indoctrination by learning how to properly study the Scriptures with the purose of getting at the plain meaning of the original text as the writer intended.
1 John - Chapter 3 vs 11-24
The Apostle Paul concludes this chapter by pointing out the evils of the heart and how God wants us to love others - especially those of the household of faith.
1 John - Chapter 3 vs 1-10
As believers in Christ, God calls us His children. What then is our responsibility back to Him as our Father?
1 John - Chapter 2
The Apostle John addresses the believers in the churches in Asia Minor whose maturity is on various levels. His aim is to awaken the Church so they will desire to develop their faith to a deeper level in knowing God. As such, they are then free to lead a righteous life in God.
1 John - Chapter 1
The Apostle John points out how Jesus left His godhead in heaven to come down to earth as a man so pay the penalty of man's sins. The apostle points out the importance of fellowship with Jesus and the importance of fellowship with other like-minded believers.
1 John - Background
Important background information helps to understand the Book of 1 John. The Apostle John introduces the danger of the cult of Docetism that had entered into the churches throughout Asia Minor. If allowed to grow, this would destroy the True Church.
2 Thessalonians - Chapter 3
The Apostle Paul concludes his 2nd letter to the Church at Thessalonica by asking for prayer as he, just as them, faced persecution every day from those who opposed Christ. He finished his letter by teaching them the importance of hard work, and that each believer should work for his own support.
2 Thessalonians - Chapter 2
The Apostle Paul gives solid instruction on the Rapture of the Church and the 2nd coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and what must happen in between during the Tribulation Period. As such, all believers can be comforted in that Jesus is coming soon.
2 Thessalonians - Chapter 1
Chapter 1 is more of an introduction and instruction of how pleased the Apostle Paul is with their behavior in the midst of persecution, and encourages them to continue living holy lives before all men. This pleases and glorifies God.
2 Thessalonians - Background
This short letter to the believers at the church at Thessalonica came unexpected as the apostle got word that false teachers had entered into the church in that city spreading rumors that the Rapture of the Church had occurred and the believers missed it. This letter is to set the record straight that they had not missed the Rapture of the Church - pointing out what events lead up to that event, and what happens after it occurs.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 5 vs 12-28
The Apostle Paul concludes his letter to the believers at the church in Thessalonica by giving additional instruction to them to help them grow in their faith.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 5 vs 1-11
In this first half of 1 Thessalonians, chapter 5, the Apostle Paul deals with the issue that believers in Christ do NOT go through the wrath that is coming upon the earth after the Rapture of the Church.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 4, vs 13-18
In this second half of the 4th chapter of 1 Thessalonians, the Apostle Paul is addressing the question of the Rapture of the Church. He is assuring the believers in Thessalonica that the Rapture of the Church is a future event when the dead in Christ will arise first, followed by those believers who are alive on the earth. Together they will meet Christ in the air to receive their glorified bodies and then be escorted into the Holy City in heaven.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 4, vs 1-12
This chapter is divided into two episodes because of the vast amount of important information that comes out of that chapter. Here in the first half of the chapter, the Apostle Paul centers on sexual purity with believers and the importance of living a life of holy sanctification before the Lord.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 3
The Apostle Paul is relieved to hear the Thessalonian believers are continuing in the faith. As such, he gives examples of holiness and sanctification that we too today need to adhere to.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 2
The Apostle Paul continues his letter to the church at Thessalonica by authenticating himself as an apostle of Christ because certain Jews were spreading terrible lies and rumors about him and his ministry. He was reminding these believers how he had endured terrible persecution in Philippi before he was able to minister the Gospel of Christ to them in Thessalonica. He reminded them he was like loving father to his children, and as such, he was willing to endure the hardships to be able to minister the Gospel to them.
1 Thessalonians - Chapter 1
The Apostle Paul gives welcome to the believers at the Church at Thessalonica and walks through the 1st chapter of the Book of Thessalonians verse by verse, finished by encouraging them they would not have to face the wrath of God that would be coming upon the earth.
Welcome - Revised
Welcome to Believersbibleschool.com where learning the Bible is paramount to understanding the Bible verse by verse through podcasting. It is here where we will take one book of the Bible at a time, one chapter at a time - verse by verse to learn God's instruction for His people.
1 Thessalonians - Background revised
This is a background study of the Book of Thessalonians of the author, the times, and some of the challenges the Apostle Paul faced as he ministered in the city of Thessalonica.