January Reading

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, chapters 9 through 16.

The Gospel According to Mark, chapters 2 through 4.

I and II Thessalonians

Colossians

James

Proverbs, chapter 31

Psalm 139

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December Answers

  1. All people have sinned.
  2. All who place their faith in Jesus Christ.  Luke 3:3;  Mark 1:4;  Romans 3:22-26
  3. The Spirit of God makes one a child of God;  led by Him.
  4. Characteristics of people that don’t have the Spirit.
  5. They should repent of their sins, be  baptized in water, and do things that prove they have turned away from sinning.
  6. The Spirit came down on Jesus and he was declared God’s Son.
  7. The servants of Jesus Christ and seven churches in ancient Asia.
  8. Zacharias, Mary and the shepherds had angelic visitation.
  9. Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Judaea, city of David;  prophesied in Micah 5:2.
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December Questions

  1. In the letter to the Romans, who does Paul say has sinned?
  2. Who is able to receive the remission of their sins?
  3. Why must you have the Spirit of Christ?
  4. What is an emphasis in Jude’s letter?
  5. In Matthew chapter 3, what did John ask people to do?
  6. In Mark, what happened to Jesus after he was baptized?
  7. Who was addressed in John’s Revelation letter?
  8. In Luke chapter 1, who was visited by angels?
  9. Where was Jesus born?
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December Reading

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans chapters 1 through 8

The Epistle of Jude

The Revelation of Jesus Christ chapters 1 through 3

Micah 5:2;  Isaiah 7:14;  Isaiah 11:1;  Jeremiah 31:15

The Gospel According to Matthew chapters 1 through 3

The Gospel According to Mark chapter 1

The Gospel According to Luke chapters 1 through 3

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November Answers

  1. Prison
  2. Deceptive people, who hate Christians, causing them to suffer with cruelty and immorality.
  3. Appointing pastors and building up churches.
  4. Paul wrote to ask him the favor of forgiving Onesimus.
  5. With God’s words were created daytime, the sun, the moon and the stars.
  6. Mankind was created in the image of God to master all life upon the earth;  to multiply.
  7. “As a witness to the fact that Jesus Christ is the true light”, to baptize with water and to prepare the way for the Lord.
  8. Word and Lamb of God.
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November Questions

  1. Where was Paul when he wrote the second letter to Timothy?
  2. What troubling information did Paul convey?
  3. What was the subject of Paul’s letter to Titus?
  4. Why did Paul write to Philemon?
  5. In Genesis chapter 1, how did light begin?
  6. What was mankind blessed to do?
  7. In John chapter 1, what was John’s calling?
  8. What names did John give Jesus?
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November Reading

The Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Timothy

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Titus

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Philemon

The First Book of Moses called Genesis, Chapter 1

The Gospel According to John, Chapter 1

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October Answers

  1.  Instructing Timothy, a young pastor at the church in Ephesus, on how to preach only sound doctrine, qualifiers for church leaders, and good behaviors.  Also, how to treat the church members like family.
  2. A.D. 62-66
  3. Persecutions and atrocities against Christians.
  4. Be an example of someone living for today and eternity, trusting God, while presenting the truth of the scriptures in The Holy Bible.
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October Questions

1.   Why did Paul write this letter to Timothy?

2.  Approximately what year was this written?

3.  What was going on in the Christian world at the time of writing?

4.  How can you personally act on 1 Timothy 4:6-11?

 

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October Reading

October

This month we are reading and learning about The first Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Timothy.


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