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Hallowed Be Your Name

Hallowed Be Thy Name – In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus taught us to pray, “Hallowed Be Thy Name.” Learn the meaning of this request.  More studies like this are in the Topical Bible Study Series.

Resurrection of Lazarus

The Resurrection of Lazarus — Of all the miracles Jesus performed, the resurrection of Lazarus was the most dangerous to Jesus. This study is just one from the Life of Christ Series.

Meaning of 1 John 2:10

What is the meaning of brother in 1 John 2:10? – Learn the meaning of the Greek word for “brother” and the meaning of the verse.  Answers to Bible questions are at Current Questions and Q&A Archives.

Four Biblical Principles For Voting

Four Biblical Principles for Voting – What principles should guide our decisions as we vote in political elections? Explore other topics in the Speaking Out Series.

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Becoming a Father of the Faith – Discover how to become a spiritual father and know God.  More studies like this are in the Topical Bible Study Series.

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Celebrating Halloween –  Are there reasons why Christians should not participate in Halloween? Explore other topics in the Speaking Out Series.

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Jesus Is God – The Bible says Jesus is God in the Old Testament, the gospels and the epistles. More studies are at Topical Bible Study Series.

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 Study the Book of Jude – The author of Jude wants you to know how to identify false teachers and then how you should respond to them.

Looking For Evidence You Are A Christian?

Looking for Evidence You Are a Christian? – Are you sure you are a Christian? Explore four major reasons people are concerned they might not be saved.

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Historical Secular Quotes About Christ  – The Romans, Greeks and Jews all gave testimony to the life of Jesus, His miracles and death on the cross.

One Year Bible Reading Program

Read The Bible In Chronological Order  – Read the Bible in the order in which it was written. Daily readings are provided in both the Old and New Testaments.

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