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We have all kinds of articles having to do with Bible studies. You can search and browse our numerous Bible studies to learn and grow more with God’s Word. We hope these Bible studies will enrich your learning as you seek out the Word of God. Articles include all types of studies that you will find rewarding and informative.

Hebrews 6

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    Hebrews 6 By Dennis Huebshman Hebrews 6: 4-6, “For it is IMPOSSIBLE in the case of those who have once been enlightened, tasted the heavenly gift, become partakers of the Holy Spirit, (5) tasted the good word of God and the miracles of the coming age, (6) and then committed apostasy, to renew them again […]

    Job’s Story – Part 1

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      Job’s Story – Part 1 A Bible Study by Jack Kelley The Lord said to Job, “Would you discredit my justice? Would you condemn me to justify yourself?” -Job 40:8 As Job Might Have Told it Today… I come from the land of Uz, a large territory east of the Jordan, opposite what is now […]

      The Jewish People: Rejected or Beloved? (Part 2)

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        The Jewish People: Rejected or Beloved? (Part 2) By Nathan Jones Did you know that many Christians today teach that God has replaced Israel with the Church, so that the Church has inherited all of the blessings originally promised to Israel and Israel has kept all of the curses? I asked this questions and many […]

        The Passion in Psalm 22

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          The Passion in Psalm 22 By Dr. David Reagan One thing is certain – the fulfillment of all the prophecies of Psalm 22 in the life of Jesus confirms Him to have been the promised Messiah. This fact raises a crucial question – the most important question of your life: “Who is Jesus to you?” […]

          Ready for the Wedding?

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            Ready for the Wedding? By T. A. McMahon The disciples were greatly troubled as they sat and listened to Jesus say that He was leaving them and that they could not follow Him for a period of time: “Whither I go, thou canst not follow me now; but thou shalt follow me afterwards” (John 13:36). […]

            Prophecies Of The Lord’s Death And Resurrection

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              Prophecies Of The Lord’s Death And Resurrection By Jack Kelley Rejoice greatly, O Daughter of Zion! Shout, Daughter of Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and having salvation, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey (Zechariah 9:9). He came into Jerusalem just like the prophecies said […]

              Then You Will Know That I Am The Lord

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                Then You Will Know That I Am The Lord By Jack Kelley Some form of the phrase “then you will know that I am the Lord” appears in the Book of Ezekiel 50 times. Prior to the Babylonian captivity (605-535 BC) the Lord used it most often in the context of judgment, whether against Israel’s […]

                The End Of The Age, And Beyond

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                  The End Of The Age, And Beyond By Jack Kelley (Note: This narrative is a summary of dozens of end times prophecies from both the Old and New Testaments. Its objective is to present a readable overview of the times ahead from a Biblical perspective. ) One day soon when many are not expecting it, […]

                  Jews, Gentiles & the Church

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                    Jews, Gentiles & the Church By Dave Hunt Before the cross of Christ, mankind was divided into two groups: Jews and Gentiles. The Old and New Testaments both make very clear what caused this distinction. It was the covenants God had made with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and with their descendants through Moses. These covenants […]

                    The Prophet, The Priest, And The King

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                      The Prophet, The Priest, And The King By Jack Kelley I think you’ll agree that this is a fascinating account of how God used Daniel the Prophet, Jeduah the High Priest, and Alexander, King of Greece, to prepare the world to receive the Gospel, beginning over 500 years before the fact. Alexander The Great was […]