Lesson 3: Light Shines in the Darkness (John 14, Deuteronomy 4, Acts 20, Luke 9)

Do you remember hearing stories of Christian heroes who were told to deny Christ or die? Have you put yourself in the story? It would be terrible to be killed. But what a nice, clear, choice - right? No debate about the correct thing to do. Just the question of whether you have the commitment. While I recall tough choices I've made where the alternatives were clear, most of life comes at me in colors of gray. The question is whether something is really wrong? Is it sin? What we need is more light. What we need is the willingness to step into the light. That is our study this week. Let's dive into our exploration of the Bible!

The Current Quarter’s Bible Studies on The Great Controversy.

Lesson 2
The Central Issue: Love or Se
(Luke 19, Acts 2-5, Hebrews 11)
On Easter weekend I began writing this lesson. Such unfathomable love God has shown us! Recall that last week we studied the war in heaven and the conflict between God and Satan over the allegiance...
Lesson 1
The War Behind All Wars
(Revelation 12, Ezekiel 28, Genesis 1-3)
Introduction: How many people have trouble believing in a good and all-powerful God because terrible evil exists? How many individuals reject God because of an awful thing that happened to a friend...

Emotional Intelligence

Can the Bible help you get promoted at work? Can the Bible increase your pay? Can the Bible help you keep your job? Improve your marriage? The answer is “Yes!” The Bible teaches principles of “emotional intelligence” that can actually help you to be smarter and get along better. Bruce Cameron, the writer of these Bible studies and a law professor, has published a paper written for lawyers which presents 17 Bible-based rules of emotional intelligence which God gave us to improve our lives. Best of all, Professor Cameron’s paper is free and you do not have to be a lawyer to understand it. To get your free copy, first click on this link. Second, when you see the title of the paper (EI, EI, Oh What an Employee), click on the “One-Click Download” and the paper will download to your computer as a PDF. If you have friends who want to read the paper, have them go to the website and download it as well.