Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

The book of Romans gives us certainty and peace—certainty of how God’s plan of salvation works, and peace when we see how the love and mercy of a righteous God has provided for our reconciliation to Him. Chapter 1 of this awesome book begins by identifying the barrier between God and man, and the weapon that can overcome it.

Romans - Be transformed: Understand how salvation and sanctification work,
and believe it (embrace it) for yourself.
(embrace it – live in accordance with it; act on it; let it change and enrich you)

Ch. 1  The solution to the problem of sin, is faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
v.1-17  We are sent to all nations (to help with the problem of sin), and we bear the powerful weapon of the gospel of Jesus Christ. ...

 

the gospel of Jesus Christ, preach the gospel, faith, the gospel of Christ, the power of God, Romans, Romans Chapter 1, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible, teaching application of the Bible

Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

Where in the world can we find courage and safety? What should we do when the enemy and worldliness seem to be crowding in around us?

Isaiah Ch. 8  Find your courage and safety in believing God and His word—don’t refuse them or neglect them.

v.1-4  Publish (make known) what God says, for it will surely come to pass.
             Application: Be a faithful witness of what God says.
v.5-8  Don’t refuse to know God or to embrace His ways, direction, and help. ...

 

believe God, believe God’s word, know God, don’t fear the enemy, be a faithful witness, seek God’s wisdom, Isaiah, Isaiah Chapter 8, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible, teaching application of the Bible

Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

In the Gospel of John, Jesus explained His identity, His mission on earth, and His relationship with believers. He also gives us invitations to believe in Him, to draw close to Him, and to serve Him. Scripture closes this book of great insights into the person of Christ and our relationship with Him, with Chapter 21. What are the last things that Jesus emphasizes in this gospel?

John Ch. 21 Finish Jesus’ work.

v.1-3  Don’t drift away from doing the work that Jesus gives you.
v.4-6  Do your work under His guidance. ...

 

follow Jesus, Follow Me, the net of fish, Feed My sheep, the Gospel of John, John, John Chapter 21, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible

Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

What should we do when we are motivated to serve God and others, but the hindrances and roadblocks are wearing us down?
___________

2 Corinthians Ch. 4  Don’t lose heart when ministry involves struggles.

v.1-2  Because God has mercifully entrusted to us a great ministry, we neither lose heart nor do we damage that ministry with shame or deceit.

v.3-4  Satan works against the ministry of Christ’s gospel, and he uses various devices to hinder the knowledge of it in the minds of unbelievers.

v.5-6  Our purpose is to preach Christ, not ourselves; God has given us knowledge of Him that we may pass it along to others. ...

 

Don’t Lose Heart, struggles, hindrances to ministry, 2 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians Chapter 4, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible

Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

In John Ch. 7, Jesus’ brothers did not believe in Him, the Jews wanted to kill Him, and the people were divided on whether He was a good Man or a deceiver. But some of the people considered Jesus’ words and the signs that He did, and wondered whether He was the Christ.

John Ch. 7  Is this Man the Christ?

v.1-9      Familiarity alone can’t prove it.
v.10-13  There will be conflicting opinions.
v.14-18  If anyone wants to do God’s will,  he will know if Jesus’ doctrine is God’s.
v.19-24  Judge Him with righteous judgment.
v.25-30  Would God choose Jesus to be His Representative? ...

 

Christ, Jesus, believe, Who is Jesus?, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible

Bible Outlines for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

Be calm and be faithful.

In light of last Friday’s Supreme Court decision, I am re-posting the following application for 2 Timothy Ch. 2.

Be entrusted with the truth, as a vessel of honor, sanctified and useful.
How?
v.1  Be strong in the grace that is Christ Jesus.
v.2  Commit what you know to faithful people who can teach others.
v.3  Endure hardship as a good soldier of Christ.
v.4  Engage in spiritual warfare in such a way that you please Christ.
v.5  Participate according to the rules. ...

 

be calm and be faithful, vessel of honor, sanctified, 2 Timothy, 2 Timothy Ch. 2, gospel, word of truth, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible

Bible Outlines for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

Have you ever thought of yourself as an ambassador of God’s kingdom, or as an emissary of Christ’s love? In the book of 2 Corinthians, Paul encourages the church to live as ambassadors of Christ, and Chapter 5 has some excellent reasons why we should.

2 Corinthians Ch. 5  Live no longer for yourself, but for Him who died for you.

v.1-4  Physical death is not the end of life—one day our earthly bodies will be exchanged for heavenly ones.

v.5-8  Once we are absent from the body, we will be present with the Lord.

v.9-10  So aim to please Christ while you are here, because we will all receive from Him according to what we have done in the body, good or bad.

v.11-13  Minister sincerely, having a great concern for souls. ...

 

ambassador for Christ, the love of Christ, ministry, faith, reconciled to God through faith, exchange our sin for His righteousness, present with the Lord, death, 2 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians Ch. 5, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible

Bible Studies

Goals of the Christian Life from the Gospel of Luke

Ch. 1  Serve God in holiness and righteousness, all the days of your life (v.74-75).
Ch. 2  Take the opportunity to participate in, or to observe, the outworking of God’s plan.
Ch. 3  “Bear fruits worthy of repentance” (Luke 3:8 NKJV).
Ch. 4  Use God’s word to answer Satan’s temptations and to drive him away.
Ch. 5  Become fishers of men (v.10).
            Follow Jesus (v.27).
Ch. 6  Build your life on the solid rock foundation  of Jesus’ sayings (v.46-49).
Ch. 7  Have faith in Jesus’ power. ...

 

goals of the Christian life, Luke, Gospel of Luke, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time

Isaiah: Setting Things Right

In 2015, God is still busy working. When we cooperate with Him, He works in the hearts, minds, and daily lives of His children to set things right.

What does “right” look like, according to the Bible study, Isaiah: Setting Things Right?

1. having a loving relationship with God
2. receiving forgiveness of sins
3. possessing a healthy soul with sound ways of thinking, feeling, and acting
4. displacing harmful thoughts, attitudes, words, and habits of life, with good ones
5. centering life on God
6. walking in God’s light (instruction, comfort, encouragement, etc.)
7. heeding Scripture’s warnings and therefore avoiding sin’s harm and loss ...

 

Isaiah: Setting Things Right, Isaiah Chapters 1-6, forgiveness, Jesus, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time

Bible Outlines for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

God’s Enriching Work vs. Sin’s Damaging Work

God works today in the hearts and minds of His children to conform our whole way of thinking, feeling, and acting to be consistent with His love, His character, and His purposes for our lives. He is working to enrich the quality of our souls, our lives, and our influence.

Our choices and decisions help or hinder that process. Certain mindsets and practices are called “sin” in the Bible because they work against loving and respecting God and people. They oppose the good practices that build healthy and satisfying relationships. They waste our time and energy. They hinder healthy relationships, and ultimately they leave our hearts dissatisfied.

So God gives us ...

 

sin, the effects of sin, the health of the soul, forgiveness, obedience, God’s work today, Isaiah, Isaiah Ch. 1, Jesus, Christ, God, Bible, application of the Bible, the word of God, Beebe Kauffman, Lighthouse Bible Studies, women's Bible studies, quiet time, teaching outlines of the Bible, Isaiah: Setting Things Right

Pages

Follow by Email

Subscribe to Beebe's Blog feed