2 Corinthians

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The Good Shepherd

One of the most powerful biblical pictures of Jesus Christ is as our Shepherd. Here in Psalm 23, we see Him as the Good Shepherd who cares for the sheep.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The Suffering King

This psalm gives a graphic picture of the suffering King. It is likely that David initially spoke/penned these words to describe a personal affliction. Yet, the Lord gave him the words in such a way that it would be a prophetic explanation of the physical and spiritual sufferings that would be endured by the Son of God.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The Lord’s Name Is Excellent

This psalm closes as it begins with the declaration: “O LORD our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth!” This statement sets the theme for the entire psalm. God establishes His excellence by His working with and blessings to mankind. Much of this psalm looks back to creation and to man’s original place there.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The New Testament Church 0006 - Lesson 5

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the future of the church.

Type: University Outlines

The New Testament Church 0006 - Lesson 6

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the future of the church.

Type: University Outlines

The New Testament Church 0005 - Lesson 6

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the finances of the church.

Type: University Outlines

The New Testament Church 0005 - Lesson 1

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the fellowship of the church.

Type: University Outlines

The New Testament Church 0005 - Lesson 2

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the fellowship of the church.

Type: University Outlines

Be the Children of your Father

Jesus, in the Sermon on the Mount, begins to introduce a new relationship for the believer—the Sonship of the believer and the Fatherhood of God. This is not the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man in the liberal tone. We have lost our relationship to God as Father by sin. However, it is restored in Jesus Christ. Those who are saved restore their relationship to the Father. Jesus demonstrated this in His relationship with the Father; then, He introduced that same relationship to the believers.

Type: Sermon Outlines

Grace in Judgment

When God judges His people, He never dispenses punishment as an end in itself but as a means to an end. Hebrews 12:5-13 expounds this truth as clearly as any passage in scripture. If you are under chastisement, take to heart these steps of obedience as suggested by this passage.

Type: Sermon Outlines
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Daily Proverb

Proverbs 4:16

For they sleep not, except they have done mischief; and their sleep is taken away, unless they cause some to fall.