Joshua Lesson 2: ‘Conquest’
Motivation: Bill Bright famously illustrated the faith/works relationship of Christian growth with a train illustration: Faith is the locomotive that powers the train; facts are the coal car that fuels the locomotive; feelings ride in the caboose. Disconnect the caboose (feelings) and the train still runs fine. However, without faith it is impossible to please God (Heb. 11:6).
Joshua Lesson 1: “Commissioned”
Motivation: The time has come to cross the Jordan! This study is in stark contrast to our study in Exodus of the ten spies and their faithless, discouraging report. After forty years, the land was not any easier to conquer; however, God had raised up a new generation who were ready to go forward in faith.
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II Peter Lesson 3: "With Anticipation"
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Motivation: Christ’s soon return should motivate us to godly living! Through His church has been waiting for almost 2,000 years, Peter reminds us that it’s only been a couple of days to God. With Paul we can cry “Maranatha” – “Come quickly Lord Jesus!” (1 Cor. 16:22).
II Peter Lesson 2: “On Guard”
Motivation: Peter warns that false teachers will always be with us, secretly trying to infiltrate the church desiring to lead members astray. He provides detailed instructions in how to recognize them, what their goals are and how God will deal with them.
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II Peter Lesson 1: “Being Useful”
Motivation: The clinical description of death is “cessation of growth”. When an organism ceases to grow it dies. Christians must never become content in resting on past laurels; we must ever be “diligent” in pursuing maturity in Christ.