Week 37 The Book of Galatians

This letter from Paul was addressed to the Church of Galatia people of Gauls which is North central Asia Minor. Paul had led the Galatians to Christ.3:1; They had made a good start to the Christian life and were doing well spiritually . When some Jewish teachers called Judaizers taught them to be saved one must not only believe in Christ but must also obey the Mosaic Law, the sign of which is circumcision. and Read more…

Week 36 The Book of II Corinthians

Paul s second letter to the Corinthians is the fourth letter from Phillipi. Paul gives more of his personal history and his own feelings in his letter. Problems with worldliness,,internal wranglings and doctrinal defections continue to fester in spite of Paul s efforts in the first epistle. Opposition to Paul s ministry continue to mount,especially coming from the party associated with “Christ” the leader of this group was especially hostile towards Paul. He was accused Read more…

Week 35 The Book of I Corinthians

I Corinthians both complement and contrasts Paul s great doctrinal epistles of the saints of Rome. At least two factors prompted Paul s letter. First he has received word from two sources of division in the church and Paul shows them that it is totally incompatible with the Gospel of Christ.. Second the assembly requested answers to a series of questions. 7:1 he felt obliged to answer. The central message “wisdom of God as in Read more…

Week 34 The Book of Romans

We now come to the Epistles Of the New Testament. There are Nine Epistles written by Paul seven to Gentile churches — in Rome,Corinth,Galatia,Ephesus,Phillipi,Colosse and Thessolonica. These Epistles develop the doctrines of the Church. They give instruction as to the churches unique purposes of God. The Church as in Eph 3:9 ; Epistle to the Romans was written by Paul from Corinth during his third visit to that city,between 56 and 58 A.D. The Church Read more…

Week 33 Book of Acts ll

Book of Acts ll is from Chapter 13-28. This Part is mainly about the ministry of Paul the Apostle. In the last part l we saw the conversion of Saul who is Paul.13:9. His conversion was caused by the way he had done against the Christians and Jesus said, “why persecutes thou me – I am Jesus whom thou persecuted- it is hard for thee to kick against your conscious”= 9:4-5. Paul was providentially prepared Read more…

Week 32 The Book of Acts Chapter 1-12

The Book of Acts is written by Luke and I am dividing by two section . Chapter 1-12 and Chapter 13-28. The first part talks about Jerusalem as the center with Peter as the main character and Gospel in Jerusalem,Judea and Samaria. Ending with Peter `s imprisonment. In the next section Antioch as the center with Paul as Character with Gospel to Utmost part which is Rome and Paul being imprisoned. Luke opens both books Read more…

Week 31 The Book of John

The Beloved of Jesus John the Apostle was the son of Zebedee,The brother of James, these two were surnamed by our Lord”The sons of thunder”. John wrote three Epistles,the Revelation and this Gospel. John was the beloved Pastor at Ephesus, and later 95 A.D. He was exiled to Patmos by the emperor domitian where he wrote the Book of Revelation. A prominent feature of this Gospel is its emphasis on the diety of our Lord Read more…

Week 30 The Book of Luke

The Book of Luke deals with the humanity of our Lord ” For the Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which iswas lost” Luke 19:10 . The is the central message of the Book “Son of Man”. Humanity and compassion, justice for the poor and society and thus the Savior of the world. Luke writes to the Greek Mind. Luke was a beloved Physician to Paul, and wrote this Book Read more…

WEEK 29 Book of Mark

The Gospel of Mark is written primarily for the Romans. He was known as Mark John.John was his Jewish name and Mark was his Roman name. He was a Jew son of a Mary Acts 12:12. He was companian to Paul and closer companian to Peter.. in thier journeys and His Gospel influenced in Peter ` s Style. Mark presents Jesus as a Servant and concentrates on what Jesus work recording 20 miracles and gives Read more…

Week 28 The Book of Matthew

The Book of Matthew is the first Gospel of the four. Matthew,Mark ,Luke and John, and they represent four unique presentations of our Lord Jesus. First three are a same or collective view,with outer,human and public aspects of our Lord ` s life. John reveals the inner Divine and private aspects of His life. While John is separated in time and character.The basic purpose of the Gospels are to present the Good News of our Read more…