Bible Studies on Characters of the Bible or Concepts

I want to die
I want to die

… many of us have hit a brick ball in our lives and just wanted to die. Cheer up! Biblical characters also faced this!

I know it sounds negative, but many of us have hit a brick ball in our lives and just wanted to die. Cheer up! Biblical characters also faced feeling suicidal or just sick of life and grief, and somehow got through it. Explore the stories of Elijah, Jeremiah, Job, Jonah, and Moses and how God encouraged them.
Make a change
Make a Change

… Sometimes, the changes we make are not good, sometimes they are positive. Let’s check out some Biblical case studies.

Life is full of change. Sometimes the changes we make are not good. However, don’t forget the positive changes you have made. Let’s check out some Biblical case studies of people who made a change and how they worked through that: Zaccheaus, the prodigal son, Paul, Onesimus, Moses, Manasseh, Josiah, the disciples, Joseph, and Abraham.

… a study on Bible characters who ran away when things got tough.

There were at least 11 Bible characters who “ran away” when things got tough. They are: Adam, Jonah, Elijah, Mark, Onesimus, Moses, Gideon, Prodigal Son, David, Judas Iscariot, and Peter. Let’s explore and learn from their lives.
Bible Words

A study of the important words in the Bible.

The Bible uses a lot of words that we may not be familiar with. Let’s explore the meaning of atonement, baptism, blasphemy, covenant, death, faith, the fear of the Lord, forgiveness, the Gospel, justification, love, mercy, peace, praise, pride, redemption, righteousness, repentance, salvation, sanctification, suffering Christ’s blood, pride, the Church, the devil-satan, the glory of the Lord, grace, the heart of man, the Holy Spirit, the Kingdom of God, what it is to be a sinner, the Ten Commandments, the will of God, truth, wisdom, the Word of God, and worship.
Jesus said – I AM

… a study on who Jesus claims to be.

Jesus made many emphatic statements about who He is. Let’s explore some of them. He said, I AM the door, the bread, the light, the Shepherd, the resurrection, the way, and the vine.
I AM - you are

… Jesus, the I AM, lives in you. Therefore, you are...

Jesus is the I AM. Because we are now His, who He is defines us. Jesus is the Bread; we are fed. Jesus is the Light–we are guided. Jesus is the Door–we are protected. Jesus is the Good Shepherd–we are accepted. Jesus is the Resurrection–we are alive. Jesus is the Truth–we have a future. Jesus is the Vine–we produce fruit.
second chanses
Second Chances

… good news for those of us who have made serious mistakes in our past.

There is good news for those of us who have made serious mistakes in our past. Let’s look into some Biblical case studies and how God gave them second chances: David the king, Moses, Naaman, Paul, Sampson, Rahab, Peter, and the theif on the cross.
A Closer Look at the Godly

30 day Bible study from the lives of the kings of Judah

What can we learn from the godly lives of the kings of Judah. Let’s explore the lives and meditations of King Solomon, Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Amaziah, Jotham, Hezakiah, Manasseh, and Josiah.
Explore 'Closer look at the Godly: meditations on the kings of Judah'

Intro 30-Day Study

Day 1: Solomon

Day 2: Solomon

Day 3: Solomon

Day 4: Solomon

Day 5: Rehoboam

Day 6: Abijah

Day 7: Abijah

Day 8: Asa

Day 9: Asa

Day 10: Asa

Day 11: Jehoshaphat

Day 12: Jehoshaphat

Day 13: Jehoshaphat

Day 14: Jehoshaphat

Day 15: Jehoshaphat

Day 16: Jehoshaphat

Day 17: Jehoshaphat

Day 18: Jehoshaphat

Day 19: Jehoshaphat

Day 20: Jehoshaphat

Day 21: Jehoshaphat

Day 22: Amaziah

Day 23: Jotham

Day 24: Hezekiah

Day 25: Hezekiah

Day 26: Hezekiah

Day 27: Hezekiah

Day 28: Hezekiah

Day 29: Manasseh

Day 30: Josiah


Happy Father's Day

Don’t be afraid to make this journey; remember when God cared for you in Egypt & in the wilderness all the way to this place - JUST LIKE a father carries his son. (Deut. 1:29-31)

Some fathers in the Bible are good and some are not. All fail in different ways. We can still learn from them about our heavenly Father who never lets us down.
Weekend reflections
To Forgive

… to Forgive myself, to forgive others. Bible studies on how others have done this and what we can learn from them.

Do you have a hard time forgiving? And yet, unforgiveness is a heavy burden to carry. Lets look at some Bible characters and how they were able to forgive..
Here I am
Here I am

… Studies of various Bible Characters who were called to do hard things and answered, "Here I am, send me."

God calls us to follow Him. Sometimes that is hard but we want to. Here are six studies of different people in the Bible who when they were called by God said, “Here I am Lord, send me”