Jesus Christ is the Truth. True freedom comes from knowing Him and living in fellowship with Him. Filled with practical application, these eleven lessons teach the student that personal success is the liberty, the ability, and the opportunity of an individual to become the person God created him to be.
You are about to embark on a comprehensive study of Ephesians--one of the most remarkable books of the Bible. The Apostle Paul covers majestic heights and soars to the pinnacle of church truth with sweeping strokes of his pen. In Ephesians Paul ties eternity to time, heaven to earth, and Christ to His Church.
This systematic doctrinal study is beneficial for someone investigating the Christian faith, for a new follower of Jesus Christ or for a seasoned believer who wants to go deeper into God’s Word.
Over the next 13 weeks, you will experience a closer walk with Christ, a better understanding of the Bible, and more meaningful relationships with others as you walk through this step-by-step process for spiritual growth.
Romans is a masterpiece of persuasion and reasoning and the most systematic account of God’s plan of redemption from sin. No other writing has so powerfully influenced the Church from its beginning, giving complete treatment to such doctrines as sin, salvation, man’s lost and helpless condition, redemption, justification, sanctification, regeneration, glorification and the effectiveness of Christ’s atoning death. The Epistle of Romans became the most important book of the Reformation. Martin Luther called Romans “The Masterpiece of the New Testament.”