Sermon Notes: 1. What do you believe? 2. How do you personally know? Small Group Questions: Ice Breaker: What U2 song is your favorite? If you don’t listen to U2, then share a favorite song that you like. 1. Which part of the service on Sunday impacted you the most? 2. Read John 6:67-69, Acts […]
Key verses: John 20:19-21, 24-31 Sermon Notes: 4 Historical arguments against the Resurrection of Jesus: 1. The stolen body theory. 2. The wrong tomb theory. 3. The swoon theory. 4. The hallucination theory.
Sermon Notes: 1. Prophecy is the foretelling of what is to come. **Scripture says that Messiah will: 2. Be born of a virgin(Gen 3:15, Is 7:14) 3. Be of the line of Abraham, Judah, David. (Gen 18:18, 49:10 Is 11:10.) 4. Be the Son of God. (Ps 2:7) 5. Be born in Bethlehem. (Micah 5:2) […]
Key verses: Jn 6:67-68, Romans 10:17, 2 Tim 3:15 Sermon Notes: 1. In the days of Jesus, the Scriptures were seen as authoritative writings from God. 2. For the follower of Jesus, the O.T. and the N.T. Scriptures have always been seen as authoritative writings from God. The Bible is: 3. Historically accurate. 4. Archeologically […]
Notes: 1. God writes His law on our hearts so that we would have the lives we were meant to have, and so that we would find our way to Him. 2. Christianity is the correct answer to the question of how we find God and receive the new life He offers us. a. Religious […]
Key verses: Romans 2:12-15; 3:21-24; 1 Cor. 15:30-32; Phil. 3:18-21 Sermon Notes: 1. People across all times and cultures have the same basic sense of right and wrong. 2. This conviction of right and wrong is a clue to the meaning of the universe. 3. Christianity is a more rational explanation of this experience than […]
Key verses: John 6:68-69 Sermon Notes: 1. Faith and conviction encompasses a personal, spiritual journey involving an intellectual and experiential process. 2. The argument in John 6:22 begins over food. 3. Our work is to not work, but to believe in the work of Jesus. 4. Moses didn’t come down from heaven, but Jesus did! […]