Bible Studies You Might Enjoy

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Names of God

1.    Elohim, “Creator” (Gen 1:1)

2.    El-Elyon, “God Most High” (Gen 14:17-20)

3.    El-Olam, “Everlasting God” (Is 40:28-31)

4.    El-Roi, “Strong One Who Sees” (Gen 16:13)

5.    El-Shaddai, “God Almighty” (Gen 17:1)

6.    Adonai, “Lord Almighty” (Mal 1:6)

7.    Jehovah / YHWH (Gen 2:4)

8.    Jehovah-Jireh, “The Lord Will Provide” (Gen 22:14)

9.    Jehovah-Maccaddeshem, “The Lord your sanctifier” (Ex 31:13)

10. Jehovah-Nissi, “The Lord our banner” (Ex 17:15)

11. Jehovah-Rapha, “The Lord our healer” (Ex 15:26)

12. Jehovah-Rohi, “The Lord my shepherd” (Ps 23:1)

13. Jehovah-Sabbaoth, “The Lord of Hosts” (Is 6:1-3)

14. Jehovah-Shalom, “The Lord is peace” (Judg 6:24)

15. Jehovah-Shammah, “The Lord Who is present” (Ezek 48:35)

16. Jehovah-Tsidkenu, “The Lord our righteousness” (Jer 23:6)

Holy Trinity

1.    Father (YHWH)

2.    Son (Christ)

3.    Holy Spirit (Matt 28:19; 2 Cor 13:14)

What the Bible Says About Itself

1.    God wrote it. (2 Pet 1:19-21)

2.    Every word is inspired. (2 Tim 3:16-17)

3.    It will stand forever. (Is 40:8; Psa 119:89)

4.    Mankind is forbidden to alter it. (Deut 4:2; Rev 22:18-19)

5.    It always has an effect. (Is 55:11)

6.    It cleanses and purifies Christians. (Eph 5:25-27)

7.    The Bible is God’s written Word. Jesus is God’s living Word, the Word made flesh. (John 1:14)

Signs of the Times

1.    Scoffers (2 Pet 3:3-4)

2.    Apostasy (2 Tim 4:3)

3.    False Teachers (2 Pet 2:1-2)

4.    Spiritualism (1 Tim 4:1)

5.    Perilous Times (2 Tim 3:1-5)

6.    Heaped-up Treasure (James 5:1-6)

7.    Laodicean Church (Rev 3:14-22)

8.    Fig-Tree Sign (Matt 24:32-33)

Represents restoral of Israel to the land

9.    Distress of Nations (Luke 21:24-27)

10. As in the days of Noah (Luke 17:26-30)

Seven “I AM” Statements of Jesus

1.    I AM the bread of life. (John 6:35, 48)

2.    I AM the light of the world. (Jn 8:12, 9:5)

3.    I AM the door. (John 10:7)

4.    I AM the good shepherd. (Jn 10:11-14)

5.    I AM the resurrection and the life. (John 11:25)

6.    I AM the way, the truth and the life. (John 14:6)

7.    I AM the true vine. (John 15:1,5)

Titles of Christ

1.    Adam, last Adam (1 Cor 15:45)

2.    Alpha and Omega (Rev 21:6)

3.    Bread of Life (John 6:35)

4.    Chief Cornerstone (Eph 2:20)

5.    Chief Shepherd (1 Pet 5:4)

6.    Firstborn from the Dead (Col 1:18)

7.    Good Shepherd (John 10:11)

8.    Great Shepherd of the Sheep (Heb 13:20)

9.    High Priest (Heb 3:1)

10. Holy One of God (Mark 1:24)

11. Immanuel, God With Us (Matt 1:23)

12. King of Kings, Lord of Lords (Rev 19:16)

13. Lamb of God (John 1:29)

14. Light of the World (John 9:5)

15. Lion of Judah (Rev 5:5)

16. Lord of Glory (1 Cor 2:8)

17. Mediator between God and Men (1 Tim 2:5)

18. Only Begotten of the Father (John 1:14)

19. Prophet (Acts 3:22)

20. Savior (Luke 1:47)

21. Seed of Abraham (Gal 3:16)

22. Son of God (Mark 1:1)

23. Son of Man (Matt 18:11)

24. The Word (John 1:1)

Christ as Prophet, Priest and King

1.    Prophet (Deut 18:15; Matt 13:57)

First Advent

Corresponds to Magi’s gift of myrrh, which represents death

2.    Priest (Heb 6:20)

Corresponds to Magi’s gift of frankincense

Jesus is currently our High Priest

3.    King (Rev 17:14)

Second Advent

Corresponds to Magi’s gift of gold

Days of Creation

1.    Primeval Light (Gen 1:3-5)

2.    Firmament (Gen 1:6-8)

3.    Land (Gen 1:9-10)

Vegetation (Gen 1:11-13)

4.    Sun, moon, stars (Gen 1:14-19)

5.    Fish and fowl (Gen 1:20-23)

6.    Animals (Gen 1:24-25)

Man (Gen 1:26-31)

7.    Rest (Gen 2:2)

Tribes of Israel

1.    Reuben (Leah), He has seen my misery.

2.    Simeon (Leah), one who hears

3.    Levi* (Leah), attached

4.    Judah (Leah), praise

5.    Dan (Bilhah), He has vindicated

6.    Naphtali (Bilhah), my struggle

7.    Gad (Zilpah), good fortune

8.    Asher (Zilpah), happy

9.    Issachar (Leah), reward

10. Zebulun (Leah), honor

11. Joseph** (Rachel), may He add

a.    Ephraim, forget

b.    Mannasseh, twice faithful

12. Benjamin (Rachel), son of my right hand

*Levites are the priestly tribe, not one of the 12.

**Joseph’s sons each fathered one of the 12 tribes.

Plagues of Egypt

1.    Nile into blood (Ex 7:14-24)

2.    Frogs (Ex 8:1-15)

3.    Lice (Ex 8:16-19)

4.    Flies (Ex 8:20-32)

5.    Death of livestock / anthrax (Ex 9:1-7)

6.    Boils (Ex 9:8-12)

7.    Hail (Ex 9:13-35)

8.    Locusts (Ex 10:1-20)

9.    Darkness (Ex 10:21-29)

10. Death of the firstborn (Ex 11:1-10)

Beatitudes

1.    Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matt 5:3)

2.    Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. (Matt 5:4)

3.    Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. (Matt 5:5)

4.    Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. (Matt 5:6)

5.    Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. (Matt 5:7)

6.    Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. (Matt 5:8)

7.    Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. (Matt 5:9)

8.    Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matt 5:10)

Petitions in Lord’s Prayer

Matthew 6:9-13

Address: Our Father which art in heaven.

1.    Hallowed be thy name.

2.    Thy kingdom come.

3.    Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

4.    Give us this day our daily bread.

5.    And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

6.    And lead us not into temptation.

7.    But deliver us from evil.

Doxology: For thine is the Kingdom, and the power and the glory, for ever. Amen.

Arthur Pink, The Beatitudes and the Lord’s Prayer

Sayings on the Cross

1.    Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. (Luke 23:34; Is 53:12)

2.    I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise. (Luke 23:43; Is 53:12)

3.    (To his mother) Woman, here is your son. (To the disciple John) Here is your mother. (John 19:26-27)

4.    My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? (Matt 27:46; Ps 22:1)

5.    I thirst. (John 19:28; Ps 69:21)

6.    It is finished / tetelesti. (John 19:30)

Christ said these words at the exact moment the chief priest said them as the Passover lamb was slain in the temple. The Greek word tetelesti has the meaning “paid in full.”

7.    Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. (Luke 23:46; Ps 31:5)

Arthur Pink, The Seven Sayings of the Savior on the Cross

Feasts of the Lord

1.    Passover, Peschach (Ex 12:1-14; Lev 23:4-5), 14 Nisan

Death of firstborn in Egypt, Crucifixion

Represents redemption (1 Cor 5:7)

Passover cups:

a.    Cup of Thanksgiving

b.    Cup of Sanctification / Redemption

c.     Cup of Blessing

d.    Elijah’s Cup

2.    Unleavened Bread, Hag-Matzot (Ex 12:15-20; Lev 23:6-8) 15-21 Nisan

Represents holy walk (1 Cor 5:8)

3.    Firstfruits, Bikkurim (Lev 23:9-14), day after Unleavened Bread

Crossing of Red Sea, Jesus’ resurrection

Represents resurrection (1 Cor 15:22-23)

4.    Feast of Weeks, Pentecost, Shavout (Lev 23:15-22, Acts 2:1-4)

7 x 7 + 1 day after Firstfruits

Law given at Sinai, Holy Spirit given

5.    Trumpets, Rosh Hashanah (Lev 23:23-25), 1 Tishri

Regathering of Israel (Matt 24:29-31)

6.    Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur (Lev 23:26-32), 10 Tishri

Tribulation (Zech 13:1; Rom 11:26)

7.    Tabernacles, Feast of Booths, Sukkot (Lev 23:33-43), 15-22 Tishri (8 days)

Millennium (Amos 9:13-17; Zech 14:16-21)

All males were required to go to Jerusalem for Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Weeks, and the

Feast of Booths (Ex 23:14-19)

Additional feasts of Israel (not Feasts of the Lord)

Hannukah (25 Kislev, 8 days, John 10:22)

Purim (15 Adar, Esth 9-10, Matt 17:12)

Hayyim Schauss, The Jewish Festivals

Edward Chumney, The Seven Festivals of the Messiah

Offerings

1.    Burnt offering (Lev 1)

Represents acceptance (Heb 10:6-7)

2.    Meal / grain offering (Lev 2)

Represents dedication / consecration

3.    Peace / fellowship offering (Lev 3)

Represents reconciliation, fellowship

4.    Sin offering (Lev 4:1-5:13; Rom 8:3)

Represents propitiation (2 Cor 5:21)

5.    Trespass / guilt offering (Lev 5:14-6:7)

Represents repentance

Tabernacle

Outer Court, accessible by only one gate

1.    Bronze altar (Heb 10:10-12)

Represents Jesus, our burnt offering

2.    Bronze laver

Represents daily cleansing

Holy Place

3.    Table of shewbread (John 6:51)

Represents fellowship

4.    Golden lampstand, Menorah (Rev 4:5; John 1:9, 8:12; Rev. 21:22-23)

Represents Jesus, light of the world

5.    Golden altar of incense (Rev 5:8; 8:4)

Represents prayers of the saints

Veil (Matt 27:51, Heb 10:19-20)

Represents flesh

Holy of Holies

6.    Ark of the Covenant

Represents God’s law

7.    Mercy Seat (Heb 9:3-9)

Represents God’s grace (on top of Ark)

Ten Commandments

(Decalogue, or “Ten Words”)

1.    You shall have no other gods before me. (Ex 20:3)

2.    You shall not make for yourself a carved image. (Ex 20:4)

3.    You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain. (Ex 20:7)

4.    Remember the Sabbath, to keep it holy. (Ex 20:8)

5.    Honor your father and your mother. (Ex 20:12)

6.    You shall not murder. (Ex 20:13)

7.    You shall not commit adultery. (Ex 20:14)

8.    You shall not steal. (Ex 20:15)

9.    You shall not bear false witness. (Ex 20:16)

10. You shall not covet. (Ex 20:17)

Names of God

1.    Elohim, “Creator” (Gen 1:1)

2.    El-Elyon, “God Most High” (Gen 14:17-20)

3.    El-Olam, “Everlasting God” (Is 40:28-31)

4.    El-Roi, “Strong One Who Sees” (Gen 16:13)

5.    El-Shaddai, “God Almighty” (Gen 17:1)

6.    Adonai, “Lord Almighty” (Mal 1:6)

7.    Jehovah / YHWH (Gen 2:4)

8.    Jehovah-Jireh, “The Lord Will Provide” (Gen 22:14)

9.    Jehovah-Maccaddeshem, “The Lord your sanctifier” (Ex 31:13)

10.Jehovah-Nissi, “The Lord our banner” (Ex 17:15)

11.Jehovah-Rapha, “The Lord our healer” (Ex 15:26)

12.Jehovah-Rohi, “The Lord my shepherd” (Ps 23:1)

13.Jehovah-Sabbaoth, “The Lord of Hosts” (Is 6:1-3)

14.Jehovah-Shalom, “The Lord is peace” (Judg 6:24)

15.Jehovah-Shammah, “The Lord Who is present” (Ezek 48:35)

16.Jehovah-Tsidkenu, “The Lord our righteousness” (Jer 23:6)

Some Basic Principles

1.    Correct doctrine is important to God (2 Tim 4:3-4; Titus 2:1)

2.    We are entrusted with the secret things of God. We are stewards of His mysteries. (Psa 25:14;

1 Cor 4:1)

3.    Human knowledge is foolishness to God. (1 Cor . 3:19; Is 55:8)

4.    First mention. When something is unclear, study its first mention in Scripture.

5.    Nothing in Scripture is irrelevant. When things do not appear to make sense, there are treasures to be found.

Titles of Christ

1.    Adam, last Adam (1 Cor 15:45)

2.    Alpha and Omega (Rev 21:6)

3.    Bread of Life (John 6:35)

4.    Chief Cornerstone (Eph 2:20)

5.    Chief Shepherd (1 Pet 5:4)

6.    Firstborn from the Dead (Col 1:18)

7.    Good Shepherd (John 10:11)

8.    Great Shepherd of the Sheep (Heb 13:20)

9.    High Priest (Heb 3:1)

10.Holy One of God (Mark 1:24)

11.Immanuel, God With Us (Matt 1:23)

12.King of Kings, Lord of Lords (Rev 19:16)

13.Lamb of God (John 1:29)

14.Light of the World (John 9:5)

15.Lion of Judah (Rev 5:5)

16.Lord of Glory (1 Cor 2:8)

17.Mediator between God and Men (1 Tim 2:5)

18.Only Begotten of the Father (John 1:14)

19.Prophet (Acts 3:22)

20.Savior (Luke 1:47)

21.Seed of Abraham (Gal 3:16)

22.Son of God (Mark 1:1)

23.Son of Man (Matt 18:11)

24.The Word (John 1:1)

Beatitudes

1.    Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matt 5:3)

2.    Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. (Matt 5:4)

3.    Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. (Matt 5:5)

4.    Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. (Matt 5:6)

5.    Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. (Matt 5:7)

6.    Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. (Matt 5:8)

7.    Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. (Matt 5:9)

8.    Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matt 5:10)

Wills of God

1.    Decretive Will / Secret Will

2.    Revealed Will / Perceptive Will

3.    Permissive Will

 Petitions in Lord’s Prayer   Matthew 6:9-13

Address: Our Father which art in heaven.

1.    Hallowed be thy name.

2.    Thy kingdom come.

3.    Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

4.    Give us this day our daily bread.

5.    And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

6.    And lead us not into temptation.

7.    But deliver us from evil.

Doxology: For thine is the Kingdom, and the power and the glory, for ever. Amen.

Sayings on the Cross

1.    Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. (Luke 23:34; Is 53:12)

2.    I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise. (Luke 23:43; Is 53:12)

3.    (To his mother) Woman, here is your son. (To the disciple John) Here is your mother. (John 19:26-27)

4.    My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? (Matt 27:46; Ps 22:1)

5.    I thirst. (John 19:28; Ps 69:21)

6.    It is finished / tetelesti . (John 19:30) Christ said these words at the exact moment the chief priest said them as the Passover lamb was slain in the temple. The Greek word tetelesti has the meaning “paid in full.”

7.    Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. (Luke 23:46; Ps 31:5)

Persons Recorded as Having Been Raised from the Dead

1.    Widow of Zarephath’s son, by Elijah (1 Kings 17:22)

2.    Shunammite woman’s son, by Elisha (2 Kings 4:34,35)

3.    Man raised when he came into contact with Elisha’s bones (2 Kings 13:20,21)

4.    Widow of Nain’s son, by Jesus (Luke 7:14,15)

5.    Jairus’ daughter, by Jesus (Luke 8:52-56)

6.    Lazarus, by Jesus after 3 days (John 11)

7.    Jesus (Matt 28:6; Acts 2:24)

8.    Many holy people in tombs when Jesus gave up his spirit (Matt 27:52)

9.    Dorcas, by Peter (Acts 9:40)

10.Eutychus, by Paul (Acts 20:9-12)

Note: Jonah was in the belly of a great fish for 3 days and 3 nights. A strong case can be made that this was also a death and resurrection. (Jonah 1:17-2:10)

Paradoxes of a Child of God

“For though he was crucified through weakness, yet he liveth by the power of God. For we also are weak in him, but we shall live with him by the power of God toward you.” II Corinthians 13:4

Strong enough to be weak; Successful enough to fail; Busy enough to take time; Wise enough to say, “I don’t know.” Serious enough to laugh; Rich enough to be poor; Right enough to say “I’m wrong;” Compassionate enough to discipline; Conservative enough to give freely; Mature enough to be childlike; Righteous enough to be a sinner; Important enough to be last; Courageous enough to fear God; Planned enough to be spontaneous; Controlled enough to be flexible; Free enough to endure captivity; Knowledgeable enough to ask questions; Loving enough to be angry; Great enough to be anonymous; Responsible enough to play; Assured enough to be rejected; Stable enough to cry; Victorious enough to lose; Industrious enough to relax; Leading enough to serve.

The 9 Gifts and the 9 Fruits

 

Gifts of the Spirit 1 Corinthians 12


  1. Word of Wisdom
  2. Word of Knowledge
  3. Faith
  4. Healings
  5. Working of Miracles
  6. Prophesy
  7. Discerning of Spirits
  8. Different Kinds of Tongues
  9. Interpretation of Tongues

    Fruits of the Spirit Galatians 5:22-23


  1. Love
  2. Joy
  3. Peace
  4. Longsuffering
  5. Kindness
  6. Goodness
  7. Faithfulness
  8. Gentleness
  9. Self Control

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