New Bookmark and Teaching Ideas – Sermon Scripture Checklist For Children

Recently I’ve been trying a new approach in my teen Bible class, and it has really started to pay off. This new bookmark that is about to come out is one of the results of these changes. You can read the back story below, but here’s how to use the bookmark in a few different […]

Romans 1:16 – 3:31

When studying the plan of salvation, you really need to start with the condition of man. In order to hear the good news, you  must first know the bad news. In the next section of Romans, Paul lays out the state that all of mankind is in. Man’s sinful state has separated him from God […]

Romans Chapter 1:1 – 1:15

In Kurt Vonnegut’s book Timequake, people are forced to repeat their actions, right or wrong, because of an event that occurred on the whole earth. After the timequake is over they continue to be apathetic in their choices and cannot seem to snap out of it except for one man. This man is famously quoted, trying to […]

Romans – Intro, Righteousness and Justification

My new year’s resolution is to get back to posting on here. The folder of things I would like to put on BibleNest is getting pretty thick, but my time is getting thin. I’ve decided to start with posting my notes from the college class on Romans. These were requested about two months ago, but […]

Bible Proofs Part 2– Food Laws

In my previous post, we covered the ancient world’s view of medical science, and compared that to the Bible. What we discovered is that the Bible avoids the gross errors that are contained in every other culture at the time. Not only that, but the Bible also contains correct information regarding things like quarantine, soap, […]

Bible Proofs Part 1 – Medical Science

Recently I taught a class on one of the most convincing ways to prove that the Bible is from God. Basically, we look at several areas of study, such as medicine, astronomy, or geology and we compare contemporary secular and religious writings. We look at the common errors that are in each of these types […]

Before You Go to College: The Comparative Religion Class

I just got back from Polishing the Pulpit. It was a wonderful experience. I help run the event, along with the elders, the directors, and a great staff of volunteers from all over and workers from House to House. This was the largest ever, and I hope it was a blessing to all who attended. […]

Revelation Part 1 – Introduction

Revelation: Part 1 Overview: Theme of Revelation is “Victory!” Rev. 17:14 God is in ultimate control of history and events and fully capable of bringing men and events to His desired ends. Therefore, “be thou faithful unto death.” Rev. 2:10 This doesn’t just mean be faithful until you die. It means be faithful even when […]

Revelation Part 2 – Introduction Continued

Revelation is written in apocalyptic language. Apokalupsis – “to uncover, unveil, make naked, lay bare” The book uncovers or unveils through symbols, signs, imagery, and visions the impending persecution facing the church. Symbols: Numbers The number one (1) Since it is not composed of other numbers, but is independent of all others, it excludes all […]

Revelation Part 3 – Introduction (Conclusion)

Revelation is written in apocalyptic language. Apokalupsis – “to uncover, unveil, make naked, lay bare” The book uncovers or unveils through symbols, signs, imagery, and visions the impending persecution facing the church. Symbols: Numbers The number one (1) Since it is not composed of other numbers, but is independent of all others, it excludes all […]