“And you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free” (John 8:32).
As Christians, we believe that the Bible is the roadmap that guides us through this life. As most of us who have ever attempted self-study of the Bible can attest to, its golden lessons are sometimes clouded by our lack of understanding.
At Immanuel, we offer the following Bible study programs for those interested in learning God’s will for their lives through His Word:
ROMANS CHAPTER 1 – 8
This letter written by Apostle Paul teaches the core theology of salvation, bringing us through sin, salvation, sanctification and the future glorification. How can the church experience the day of glory that Jesus has promised in the midst of tribulation? You must read Romans to find out.
SERMON ON THE MOUNT (MATTHEW CHAPTERS 5-7)
The famous sermon on the mountain that Jesus delivered was most meticulously recorded by the disciple Matthew. Important principles of Christian living are plainly spoken, which help to highlight the stark contrast between believers and the secular world.
This book contains the foundational lessons of faith, including the core truths that Christians recognize. Themes such as Creation, Sin, and Faith are all introduced in Genesis. Especially helpful are the illustrations gained by observing the life of the Israelites, whose journeys of faith are recorded.
THE FOUR GOSPELS
The four Gospels, as these books are called, record the life of Jesus from the eyes of four different witnesses. Each book affirms the amazing love and faith of the Savior. They also lead us to join the disciples in their walk with the Lord who came to be among us on earth.
The Acts of the Holy Spirit through the Apostles demonstrates for us that Jesus Christ is still working on the earth. Records of the apostles are important because our lives are an extension of what the apostles did. Therefore, we learn what it is to start and continue mission, and how everything is related to our relationship to Jesus Christ.