The following are different Bible studies that were done on different topics. A lot of these took place at the Tuesday night study here in San Antonio, TX.
We Live With Our Eyes On Christ
The Galatians were wanting to be perfected and grow and advance in the Christian life...
The Law Imprisoned Men Until Christ Came
Men are imprisoned under the law but due to the weakness of the flesh they do not want to be there.
The Christian is Not Under the Law
The Christian is not under the law, but is being changed into Christ's image as they live a life looking to Him.
Being Perfected by the Spirit
As you seek to be perfected by the Spirit, you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.
Fulfill the Law of Christ
Authors of the New Testament tell us to imitate the example of Christ and so fulfill the law of Christ (Gal. 6:2).
Was It For Me That You Fasted?
When you fasted and mourned in the fifth month and in the seventh, for these seventy years, was it for me that you fasted?
Why Do You Call Me “Lord, Lord,” and Not Do What I Tell You?
Jesus taught that the real proof of being genuinely saved is not by saying, "Lord, Lord," but by our walk. Do your actions reflect what your lips proclaim to believe?
Homiletics: Not Many Preachers (Part 1)
When studying homiletics, the art of sermon preparation and delivery, we must start with James 3:1 and consider how the Bible says...
Homiletics: Called to Preach (Part 2)
The Lord designs some to specifically have a special calling to preach that is above and beyond the norm. It is God alone who knows how to create a preacher.
Homiletics: The Preacher’s Holiness (Part 3a)
When it comes to a study on sermon preparation we must not neglect the topic of the preacher's holiness. If there is unholiness in the preacher's life...
Homiletics: The Preacher’s Prayer Life (Part 3b)
Those who are not disciplined and do not give priority to prayer in their life should not be preaching. Their prayerlessness is a statement that they have not yet grasped...
Homiletics: Rightly Handling Scripture (Part 3c)
When it comes to rightly handling the Scriptures we want to seek for perfection. The preacher's goal is to articulate the truth of God exactly as it is and to not make clumsy statements.
Homiletics: Asking Questions of the Text (Part 4)
When studying the Bible for sermon preparation you must ask questions of the text. Then when preaching bring some of those same questions up to the listener.
Homiletics: Eisegesis Is Not a Light Matter (Part 5)
When the preacher's sermon preparation leads him to commit eisegesis and he reads his own idea and meaning into the text, it is not a light matter.
Trials and Blessings in the Ministry
There is no other path in the ministry except one that has trials and suffering along its way. At the same time, pastors also experience many blessings.
Questions Preachers Should Ask of Every Sermon (Part 6)
When it comes to preparing and delivering a sermon, there are countless questions that must be asked: Am I preaching my own opinion or what the text is saying?
The Importance of Encouraging One Another
An often overlooked ministry in the church is the ministry of encouragement. We need to be encouraged by other Christians, and other Christians also need to be encouraged by us.
How to Study the Prophets
In this Ask Pastor Tim, Tim is dealing with how to study the prophets.
Proverbs: The Excellent Wife
The book of Proverbs provides us invaluable wisdom on godly qualities that a man should be looking for in a prospective wife, as well as qualities that every...
Women Are the Weaker Vessel
A sensitive and controversial topic in the Bible is biblical womanhood. What does Peter mean by saying that the women are the weaker vessel?
Pornography: Slaying The Dragon
Pornography is nothing short of damnable filth that dishonors God. You need to slay this dragon or it's going to slay you.
Faith and Feelings in the Christian Life
How should a believer handle subjective feelings in the Christian life? What role, if any, do feelings and affections...
The Value of Trials and Suffering
What are some lessons that we can learn in the midst of our trials? These lessons add significant value to our trials and suffering.