Bible Series

(Ver 2.0)  This page is a list of my Bible lesson series that are in progress on this website.  Each series starts with lesson 1 and then continues to the subsequent lesson.  Most of my lessons are designed to be studied in the numbered sequence with unfolding dependencies.  However, I try to teach things in a manner that is not academically or theologically complex in order that they may be understood by the common man or woman.  No series is ever complete because no one yet knows any complete Bible subject including me.  Each of us must trust the Spirit of God in us to lead us into all of the truth that we still do not possess.  That is the process that I am in with you.   So as God teaches me new things on any subject I will post new lessons in that series to share with everyone else.  If you have any questions that you feel I did not cover in any subject you are free to leave those and if I can address them, I will do that also.

  1. Addressing the Error of Extreme Predestination
  2. Bible Creation Revealed
  3. Computer Concepts in the Bible to Learn and Live By!
  4. Deception the Greatest Weapon of Satan
  5. Does Eating Fruit Kill You?
  6. Driving Out the Money Changers from the Temple of God!  Spiritual Prostitution
  7. Genesis Chapter 1 Series  (Currently being updated and expanded)
  8. Genesis Chapter 3 Series
  9. Genesis 3:22-24 Guarding the Way to the Tree of Life
  10. Hiding the Truth in Plain Sight
  11. Is Everything in the Bible True?  Understanding Bible Truth
  12. Is God Really in Control of Everything that Happens?
  13. Is there Life after Death?
  14. Is the Rapture of the Church a Reality in the Bible?
  15. Myths About Jesus
  16. Names, Titles, Descriptions and Symbols of Spiritual Individuals in the Bible
  17. Once Saved Always Saved vs. the Sin Unto Death!
  18. Predestination Debunked!
  19. Speak to the Rock, Why Moses Did Not Enter the Promised Land!
  20. The Biblical Evidence for the Existence of Hell
  21. The Bride of Christ Revealed!
  22. The Signs of the End Times
  23. The True Identity of the Woman in Revelation 12
  24. Understanding Angels
  25. Understanding Bible Covenants
  26. Understanding Bible Faith
  27. Understanding Bible Knowledge
  28. Understanding Eucharist or Communion
  29. Understanding God’s Spiritual Family
  30. Understanding Hard Sayings in the Bible
  31. Understanding Healing, Sickness and Disease
  32. Understanding How to be a Light to the Unsaved World!
  33. Understanding How to be Led by the Spirit of God
  34. Understanding Isaiah 53 – The Gospel of Jesus Foretold
  35. Understanding Night and Day, the Spiritual Heart of Man
  36. Understanding Prophets in the Bible
  37. Understanding Salvation!  Where Do Babies Come From?
  38. Understanding Seeds in the Bible
  39. Understanding Spiritual Laws in the Bible
  40. Understanding Spiritual Warfare
  41. Understanding the Baptism of the Holy Spirit
  42. Understanding the Book of Job
  43. Understanding the Book of Ruth
  44. Understanding the Coming Anti-Christ!
  45. Understanding the Purpose of the Law
  46. Understanding the Spiritual Family of God
  47. Understanding the Virgin Birth
  48. Universal Salvation, Is Everyone Going to Be Saved?
  49. What Does God Think About Abortion?
  50. What Does God Think About Homosexuality?
  51. What the Bible says About Hell
  52. Why Do People Believe What They Say They Believe?
  1. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Kindly give me a reply with regard to my question posted on April 17,2014. I ask you questions to be enriched by your reply.Your website has changed my perspective. I am being enlightened more and more.

  2. Debajyoti Sarkar

    A christian invites trouble in his/her life by speaking negative and undesirable words.My question: is the effect of negative words cancelled by God when he/she is repentent?Does he/she suffer for speaking negative words despite being repentent? Does a non-believer suffer for speaking negative words? Kindly give me an elaborate reply.

    • Spoken words believed are seeds sown for your future whether positive or negative. God declares all seeds will be reaped by the person that sowed them:

      Gal 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

      Sowing and reaping is a stated law of Genesis. It will never cease God says while we are here in this realm. This is why it is so important to begin to say right good words for your future. Planting more good seeds than you have as bad seeds can change the course of your life. Thank you for you question and God Bless.

  3. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Thank you very much for replying to my question regarding early death of christians but I am confused reading a christian magazine wherein a man of God in India commented after losing his daughter in a tragic car accident that Lord Jesus took his daughter away but he would do Lord’s ministry as promised by him to Lord Jesus when Lord appeared to him. My question: Does Lord Jesus shorten the life of somebody through accident if He so wishes?

    • I am sorry I must have done an inadequate job of explaining the answer tot the question. I will try to help again. If this man in India is correct that Jesus appeared to him and said that he took his daughter then the Jesus of the Bible has just been made a liar that we should not follow. However, I choose to believe the Jesus of the Bible instead of this imperfect man here on the earth. If Jesus did take this man’s daughter in a car accident then John 10:10 should be ripped out from out of all of our Bibles. Jesus very plainly said “I have come to give you life more abundantly but Satan came to kill you”. Now using this statement alone we can easily figure out who took the daughter and believe whatever we like. Please do not believe even a Christian unless what they say is backed by what God says in the Bible. Jesus is NEVER going to appear to someone and tell them anything that conflicts with His Holy Written Word. Personally, I am going to base my beliefs upon God’s Word and I believe that it would be wise for all other Christians to do the same. God Bless.

  4. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Kindly give me a reply with regard to my question on April 12,2014 at 8:14 am via e-mail or on your blog.

  5. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Why do many christians die of disease,die due to accident and natural calamity? Do they complete their span of life on the earth? Does God take them prematurely? Many non-believers live beyond 80/90 but most of the christians die before 80.Why?Why the promise written in Genesis 6:3(living for 120 years)is not fulfilled for christians?

    • God bless you for reading, commenting and asking a question. You ask a very complex and difficult question to answer. Why anyone dies young is seldom known by people. Only God is omniscient and all-knowing and can accurately answer this question if we pray and ask. But He will not normally answer this question even in prayer because it is usually none of our business. What goes on in a person’s life is usually between them and God only. You and I are responsible for only our self. If we try to fix or understand anyone else we will normally fail.

      Having said all of that there are a few good reasons why people die young and this includes Christians. Read this verse over and consider the application for the answer to your question:

      Rom 8:14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.

      I know very few Christians that are consistently led by God’s Spirit. Not being led by the Spirit correctly will usually cause people to die early because they are in the wrong places and the wrong times with the wrong people. Let’s look at another reason why Christians could die early:

      1Pe 3:10 For he that will love life, and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no guile:

      Proverbs 18:21 says death and life are in the power of the tongue and those that love it shall eat the fruit there of. Isn’t that what God says through Peter? Christians die young because they are speaking death instead of life. They have been tricked by the devil to pronounce a curse upon themselves. Let’s look at another reason why Christians die young:

      1Co 11:28 But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup.
      1Co 11:29 For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord’s body.
      1Co 11:30 For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep.

      Here is a very specific reason why Christians die according to God. I’m not sure if you understand what these verses are saying but they are talking about Christian sin. When we examine our own hearts we will always find things that need to be removed from our lives because none of are perfect. After we find an item we can pray asking for forgiveness and then ask God for help in changing us. Verse 31 ends with many Christians are sick and weak and even die (sleep).

      Ok, I’m only going to give you one more reasons why Christians die early. We forget that there is an evil devil present in this world that Jesus said in John 10:10 has only come to kill, steal and destroy us. This devil wants any Christian dead. When a Christian is dead they leave the earth and are present in heaven. This makes them a non-threat to Satan and his kingdom. Satan thinks that he can remain on the earth if there are no Christians. We can learn this fact from reading the Bible. Cain killed his brother Abel in Genesis. Abel is called a righteous man in Hebrews 11. The man Cain is a type of Satan and took the righteous off the face of the earth by spilling his blood. This is an example of the work of Satan. I hope and pray that you understand this better now.

      There are too many reasons why Christians die early. It is not the will of God for any of His people to die prematurely. God does not take a Christian to heaven early. If He did this it would make the words of Jesus in John 10:10 a lie.

  6. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Do you have a message on our saviour Lord Jesus’ seven sayings from the cross on your blog.If so,kindly guide me.I have a question:Why did Lord Jesus utter ‘Father,into your hands I commit my spirit.’ Why did He not say ‘Father,into your hands I commit my soul?’

    • In order to understand why Jesus said what He said on the cross we need to understand the differences between the spirit and the soul. Too often these terms are mixed as referring to the same thing and this is not true at all. If you read this Bible lesson on this subject it should help answer your question.

      Understanding the Spirit and the Soul

  7. Debajyoti Sarkar

    Why did God remove hedge of protection from Job?Does satan take permission from God everytime before attacking christians?

  8. I have a question to ask. Is there any reason for using
    1.salt 2.oil 3.water 4.any kind of Juice while praying in the new testaments
    Thanks
    ngimbwa@un.org

    • Thanks for your question. I’m not sure if I understood the reason for the question or not.

      You mentioned 4 things 1) salt, 2) water, 3) oil, and 4) juice. These are all naturally created substances that spiritual symbolic meanings associated with them. You seem to indicate that these are used in prayers and they are to some extent. However, we need to balance what else the Bible says together with praying to God. Let me give you two verses that must be evaluated correctly with your question:

      Col 3:2 Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.

      This verse literally means to think on spiritual things and not to think on natural physical things.

      2Co 4:18 While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.

      Again in this verse God intentionally directs our attention away from temporary natural things to cause us to focus upon spiritual eternal things.

      Now let me ask you is salt, water, oil and juice natural or spiritual things? If you can see them, touch them, taste them and smell them then they are natural temporary things that we should not be focused on. Now do you see any problem with using them in your prayers?

      Having said all of that there are examples of using them in the New Testament. Partaking of wine (grape juice) in the New Covenant Eucharist was done in the book of Acts and mentioned in 1 Corinthians 11:28. Now let me give you an example of oil used during prayer:

      Jas 5:14 Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord:

      It is clear to me that the use of oil during praying for the sick is directed to us by God.

      What you must begin to realize is that none of these natural things is what we place our faith in. We only place our faith in God’s Word and the hearing of the prayer by God. Oil will never heal anyone. The same as drinking wine will never save anyone. These are external things that are used to teach us about unseen spiritual things. If you learn to understand what they mean instead of blindly using them then that will cause you to grow strong spiritually in the Lord.

      I hope that answered your question,

      God Bless
      Bro Ron

  9. Very informative website. Definitely an eye opener to things I thought I knew. I have some catching up to do. I do have some personal questions that I have been trying to make sense of. Is there a way to get into contact with you?

  10. Thank you for your site – all the insights have been a tremendous blessing – I am happy to have found your studies and have shared them :). Again, thank you!

  11. I have a question to ask —- If Satan has a free will which he does then how can people say that he has to get permission from God to do anything ? Not Liking God at all , I would think he would say ” I do not need His approval to do anything and I will do whatever I want, whenever I want ” … Could you clarify this for me ???

    Thank You very much !!!

    alan_damiano@yahoo.com

  12. Very helpful…

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