“Journeying through John”. The writer of the gospel is identified in the book as, “the disciple whom Jesus loved”. John was a Jew who had been eyewitness to the events of Christ’s life. The Gospel of John is the most theological book of the Four Gospels. It deals with the nature and person of Christ and the meaning of faith in Him. If you desire to have an encounter with Jesus unlike no other then you don’t want to miss this.
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ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Our midweek service is a great time for those who desire to get together and want to grow in the grace and knowledge of our LORD. We are currently studying 1 Kings. Originally 1 Book, 1st and 2nd Kings are appropriately titled from their subject matter, which traces the history of the kings of Israel and Judah from Solomon to the Babylonian captivity. First Kings concludes abruptly with the beginning of the reign of Ahaziah in 853 BC. The purpose of the book was not only to record the history of these kings, but to show that the success of any king (and of the nation as a whole) depended on the measure of his allegiance to God’s law. Failure resulted in decline and captivity.