DD15-What is God
Commanding of YOU?
Over and over we are encouraged in the Bible to obey God's commands. What are they? And which ones are meant for you?
DD16-Obedience is Crucial
Obedience to God is crucial once we have decided to live our life for Him. A look at how we are to obey God and the blessings that come because of it.
DD48- Abraham - Part 2
God asks each of His children to follow Him with wholehearted obedience. Although Abraham fell many times trying to do this he got back up and kept going.
DD85- Elijah--Part 2--Depression and Self
When we work in the Lord's business we must work in HIS energy, strength and ability. Left to ourselves we have very little ability and in fact see only our fears, inabilities and weakness. Elijah was a strong man that took his eyes off of God. We may see a great deal of ourselves in this study.
DD86- Nehemiah--Part 1--Knocked Down but Not Out!
Nehemiah in attempting to obey God faced nothing but opposition. It runs parallel to our own lives as we obey God in doing His will. There will always be opposition but it doesn't need to stop the work.
DD87- Nehemiah--Part 2--Rebuilding The Walls
The story of Nehemiah and his mission to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem has many parallels to our own lives. We may seem to have a life that is ruined and in disrepair but there is a way to rebuild.
DD94- The Life of Jeremiah--Part 1
Our human potential can only be fulfilled when God's will is fulfilled rather than our own. Life is therefore lived at its best when its lived with faith in God. Jeremiah, our subject lived such a life. He was more interested in what God wanted for his life than in what he wanted. Are you?
DD96- Jeremiah--Part 3
How can those of us that want to live for God do it successfully in an environment that seems bent on pulling us into other directions? We look to the life of Jeremiah for some answers.
Jonah- The Prophet Who Ran Away
Have you ever been called by God to do a task that you just could not face? Perhaps you sought to rationalize God's plan to do something more palatable or maybe even to run from it entirely. If you've been in this place, or if you are facing some question of obedience today then you will want to take a closer look at .. JONAH - The Prophet Who Ran Away .
DD127- Coming Out of the Dark and the Cost of Being a Christian ( Matthew 6:22-24/ Matthew 8:18-22 )
We can never accuse Jesus of trying to recruit followers before they knew what would be involved. He wants anyone that wants to be his disciple to count the cost first before making a commitment.
DD131-All Life Is a Choice - (Matthew 7:12-14 )
We cannot accuse God or his son Jesus of being too complicated in what they teach us. Over and over throughout the Bible we can find one verse summaries of how we are to live. In these next verses in Matthew Jesus makes it quite clear that all of life is a choice.
DD145-A Clean Heart and How We Get It - Matthew 15:1-20
Are you making yourself sick? You act one way before men but inside you know there is impurity, wrong motives, bad thinking and pride -- all of which you have continually tried to keep hidden. If you are at this point and long for the holiness that God wants for you then this study will clarify what a clean heart is and how you can have one.
DD171 - How to Walk Through Your Life in God's Will - Matthew 20:17-19/ Matthew 21: 1-11
We now hear Jesus for the third time warning His disciples that He was on his way to the cross. And in the next events he uses his own life as an object lesson to teach us about walking in God's will for our own life.
DD175 - Are You Doing God's Will?
Some of us show reluctance towards God but follow him anyways, while others of us talk like we are on God's side but our actions don't match our talk. So how can we know where we stand in aligning our life with God? This study will help us answer the question, "Are we doing God's will?"
DD176 - Will You Be Found Trustworthy? - Matthew 21: 33-46
In this parable, Jesus addresses the issue as to whether we will be found trustworthy in believing and obeying him as God's son
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