Adult Bible Study Guide Jul Aug Sep 2014

Adult Bible Study Guide Jul  Aug  Sep 2014

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The Teachings of Jesus Contents 1 Our Loving Heavenly Father 2 The Son 3 The Holy Spirit 4 Salvation 5 How to Be Saved 6 Growing in Christ 7 Living Like Christ 8 The Church 9 Our Mission 10 The Law of God

11 The Sabbath 12 Death and Resurrection 13 The Second Coming of Jesus The Teachings of Jesus Our Goal Let us pray for spiritual discernment to understand His message and to grasp His unfathomable love manifested on the cross. And as we hear His tender voice calling us to follow Him, let us renew

our commitment to walk daily with Him by faith and in obedience. The The Teachings Teachings of of Jesus Jesus Lesson Lesson 5, 5, August August 22

How to Be Saved How to Be Saved Key Text John 3:14, 15 NKJV And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.

How to Be Saved Initial Words By faith we can all look to Christ lifted up on the cross and find a cure from the deadly sting of the old serpent, Satan. Otherwise, we are fated to die in our sins. As human beings, we are sinners in need of grace. That grace has been offered to us in Christ Jesus.

How to Be Saved Quick Look 1. Recognize Your Need (John 16:7, 8) 2. Believe in Jesus (John 6:40) 3. Follow Jesus (Luke 5:27, 28) How to Be Saved 1. Recognize Your Need

John 16:7, 8 NKJV I tell you the truth. It is to your advantage that I go away, for if I di not go away, the Helper will not come to you; but if I depart, I will send Him to you. And when He has come, He will convict the world of sin.... 1. Recognize Your Need Open Spiritual Eyes

Who, though, is truly spiritually healthy? Of all human beings there is none who does good, no, not one (Ps. 14:3, NKJV); nobody is righteous by themselves (Rom. 3:10). We may do some morally good actions, but we cannot make ourselves righteous before God. 1. Recognize Your Need Open Spiritual Eyes

The first step, then, to receive the cure from sin is to recognize our state of sinfulness and our utter inability to heal ourselves. But how can we see our real need if we are blind? How can we acknowledge that we are sinners if it is precisely our sins that are preventing us from recognizing our 1. Recognize Your Need Open Spiritual Eyes

The only eye salve that can make us see our real spiritual status is the Holy Spirit. Before any other work He may do for us, He has to convict us of sin. Persistently He calls to our conscience in order to produce in us an inescapable awareness of our sins and a deep sense of guilt, which leads us to long for a Savior. 1. Recognize Your Need Repent

Recognizing our sins is not enough; it must be accompanied by repentance. Three aspects: acknowledgment of ones sin, sorrow for having sinned, and the desire not to sin any more. If one is lacking, there is no true repentance. 1. Recognize Your Need Repent

Without repentance, redemption is impossible, because the absence of repentance demonstrates that people refuse to surrender to the Lord. The goodness of God leads you to repentance (Rom. 2:4, NKJV). We do not repent in order that God may love us, but He reveals to us His love in order that we may repent.COL 189. How to Be Saved 2. Believe in Jesus

John 6:40 NKJV And this the will of Him who sent Me, that everyone who sees the Son and believes in Him may have everlasting life; and I will raise him up at the last day. 2. Believe in Jesus

Faith is Essential True repentance goes hand in hand with faith in Jesus as our only Savior. Faith is essential if we are to be saved. Satan knows that, which is why he makes every effort to keep us from believing (Luke 8:12). 2. Believe in Jesus Faith is Essential

It is more than a vague feeling that something will just happen. It is more than a mental exercise. Faith has a definite object: Jesus Christ. Faith is trusting in Jesus and His death for us. Believing in Jesus means knowing Him, understanding who He is (John 6:69), and receiving Him personally (John 1:12) 2. Believe in Jesus Faith is Essential

By believing in Him, we have righteousness, we have assurance, and we have the great promise that He will raise us up at the last day (John 6:40). The power of faith does not come from the person who believes but from the God in whom that person believes. 2. Believe in Jesus The Wedding Garment

God made garments for Adam and Eve and clothed them (Gen. 3:21), a symbol of His righteousness covering the sinner. This robe is the righteousness of Christ, His own unblemished character, that through faith is imparted to all who receive Him as their personal Saviour.COL 310. How to Be Saved 3. Follow Jesus

Luke 5:27, 28 NKJV After these things He went out and saw a tax collector named Levi sitting at the tax office. And He said Follow Me. So he left all, rose up, and followed Him. 3. Follow Jesus Becoming His Disciples When in faith we recognize our

need, repent, confess our sins, and claim Christs righteousness for ourselves, we become His disciples. Jesus called people, a call that implied leaving everything in order to follow Him (Matt. 4:20, 22). In the Gospels the verb to follow practically became a synonym for disciple. 3. Follow Jesus Becoming His Disciples A disciple of Jesus is committed to

His person, as well as to His words. Though there is always the danger of getting so caught up in doctrines and forms of faith that we lose sight of Jesus Himself, we must also be aware of the danger of thinking that all that matters in our walk with the Lord is to believe in Jesus. How to Be Saved Final Words As we behold the Lamb...upon...

Calvary, the mystery of redemption begins to unfold...and the goodness of God leads us to repentance. In dying for sinners, Christ manifested a love that is incomprehensible; and as the sinner beholds this love, it softens the heart, impresses the mind, and inspires contrition in the

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