January 30, 2012
Do you know how to discern God's will and then apply it to your life?
In this verse-by-verse study of 2 Cor. 2:5-13 Paul describes how the Holy Spirit leads us.
How He leads us in dealing with those believers that have strayed from the will of God.
How the Holy Spirit works in conviction of the fallen brother, and how He leads us in our efforts to reconcile that fallen brother.
How He leads us in the path that we are to travel.
How He leads us as He opens doors for our lives and He closes doors for our lives.
Listen and learn how to discern God's will for your life.
January 22, 2012
Have you been signed, sealed, and delivered, by the Holy Spirit of God?
Is the Holy Spirit of God living in your heart today?
In this lesson Paul provides us a description of the threefold work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the believer.
He will describe the Holy Spirit as God's symbol of the integrity of His promises to us.
He will describe the Holy Spirit as our Comforter, and our Enabler. He gives us God's endorsement, and His endowment.
We will also discuss the four ministries of the Holy Spirit that occur at the time of the believer's acceptance of Christ as their Savior. These four ministries are the regeneration, the indwelling, the sealing, and the baptism, of the believer by the Holy Spirit.
Listen to this verse-by-verse study of 2 Cor. 1:21 to 2:4 and learn about the work of the Holy Spirit in your heart.
January 15, 2012
In this lesson Paul provides us a description of the significance of God's comfort. Paul understands God's comfort because he has experienced it in his own life. Paul describes the depths of despair that God rescued him from.
The significance of God's comfort is that He is with us always. He is unchanging, and He is trustworthy to be with us as believers through all of the trials that God allows into our lives.
Paul concludes his discussion on God's comfort in this verse-by-verse study of 2 Cor. 1:6-20.
January 9, 2012
If you are facing a trial in your life, if you have a heart burdened with sorrow and pain, God is the one that can truly provide comfort to you.
Are you lonely? Do you feel abandoned? God understands this type of suffering and He provides comfort for you. God provides comfort for our emotional suffering.
Are you suffering from physical pain, disease, a physical or mental handicap? God understand this type of suffering as well and God provides comfort for our physical suffering.
Are Satan and his demons attacking you in the work that you are doing for the Lord? Is Satan trying to discourage you, to detract you from accomplishing God’s will for your life? Then God has the comfort that you need. God provides comfort for our spiritual suffering.
As the God of all comfort God provides for all of our suffering, no matter what type it is.
How do we know that He can? Because the best person to provide comfort to someone who is suffering is someone who has suffered that same type of tragedy or pain in their lives. In this study we are going to show how God knows what we are suffering because of the suffering that He has endured.
January 2, 2012
With this lesson we begin a new study in the book of 2 Corinthians. In this verse-by-verse study of 2 Cor. 1:1-3 Paul defines his commission and his authority, and then begins to describe the wonderful comfort that is the believer's from the God of all comfort.
Listen and rejoice as Paul describes God the Father as the God of all comfort and the only place that true comfort can be found.