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Israel Rejects God as King

Answers Bible Curriculum, Year 2, Q1, Lesson 10 1 Samuel 8:1-22 In this lesson, David Capoccia examines the Old Testament background for the coming kingship of Israel versus the Israelite people’s demand for a king in 1 Samuel 8. Whereas the expectation for the Israelite king is overwhelmingly positive in God’s promises to Israel, the…

Only One Thing is Necessary

In this sermon, Pastor Babij looks at the account of Jesus’ first visit to Mary and Martha. Pastor Babij explains that, in the hospitality situation of these two women and in the whole Christian life, worshipful intimacy with Christ must come before all other concerns. When service becomes more important than fellowship with God, Christians commit the…

Joshua, Caleb, and the Spies

In this lesson, we look at the account of Israel spying out and then refusing to enter the promised land of Canaan. While most of Israel doubted God and refused to obey God, a faithful remnant that included Joshua and Caleb stood strong and urged obedience. This passage has much to teach believers about trusting God’s…

Spiritual Blindness: At Times We Just Don’t See It! (Part 1)

In this sermon, Pastor Babij examines the account of Jesus miraculously feeding 4,000 men. Pastor Babij explains that the occasion was one in which the disciples, Jesus own followers, demonstrated spiritual dullness and blindness. Unlike Jesus, the disciples were not moved with compassion over the needs of others and did not remember that God provides for…

Why God’s People Do Not Worry

In this sermon, David Capoccia examines Jesus’ teaching on worry in the Sermon on the Mount. David Capoccia explains two commands from Jesus regarding worry, two comforting metaphors from Jesus’ illustrating the believer’s relationship to God, and seven reasons from Jesus as to why Christians should not worry.

The Exodus from Egypt

In this lesson, we examine the departure of the people of Israel from Egypt, God’s deliverance at the Red Sea, and the complaints of the people in the desert. God was teaching something to Israel in each of these circumstances, and the lessons that Israel needed to learn are the same lessons that believers need to…