We purposefully select a special study to be featured each week from our comprehensive collection of in-depth Bible Study Audio teachings.
New studies from our archive are posted every Friday.
March 26th, 2021
“In defense of my relationship with the Lord, I have to stay away. By separation we are not being religious snobs; we are actually inflicting conviction upon other people. Whenever I consider that God does not want me to fellowship with certain people, the first thing that arises in my mind (and I find it to be the same with other believers) is, ‘Oh! I don’t want to hurt their feelings.’ But you understand their soul might be lost and their eternity is more important!”
“The other reason people give is, ‘We have to love people.’ Separation is love. When God, who is all love, loves us He does whatever it takes to get our attention, and to convict us, and to place upon our hearts the serious issues of life. He does not just let it go. That is love. And so God has called us out. Be separate! Because they will influence you, and you will have no influence on them.”
February 26th, 2021
“Whether we eat or drink, or whatever we do, do it so that others see the very person of Christ in you. That should be the motivation for everything. We were created for His glory. Period. For Him to dwell in us so that others would be touched by Christ through us. All things are out of Him as a source, through Him as a means, and for Him as a purpose in life. So if He wants us to go through difficult times for His glory that is His design. That is Biblical Christianity: the Lord manifesting Himself through our difficulties to the ones around us, and to us individually. That we might learn to trust Him, and to experience His presence and sustaining power. That is what it is all about.”
February 19th, 2021
“I have come to learn that pride is the expression of a person who has not yet accepted the fact that they are a sinner. We will admit to it but just cannot accept the fact that we are sinners. To be able to accept it is the opposite of pride. You come to a point where you settle in and accept the fact that you are a sinner. That is why you are the way you are and you do the things that you do. And just because I am saved does not mean I am not a sinner. It just highlights more of what Christ has done for me.”