Here are some links that we think you'll find useful in your studies.
46 Christmas Sermons (Keep Believing)
Feel free to use this material any way you like, including in sermon preparation or for a Sunday School class or a small group. Or use these sermons simply for your own blessing as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Lord.
The Apostles’ Creed, Part One: Introduction (Christianity.com)
As the earliest extra-biblical Christian confessional document, the Apostles’ Creed has stood the test of time as the preeminent testament to creedal orthodoxy. This is for good reason, even apart from its primacy. The creed attributed to the earliest missionary followers of Jesus distills the basic outline of what it means to be a Christian into a short summation that belies the depth and richness of what it proclaims. It is quite possible that in years of rote recitation, the creed has appeared dry to us and flat. But let’s look at it again, perhaps with fresh eyes.
6 Rewards for Reading the Bible (Hal Seed)
1. It revives my soul. (Ps. 19:7a)
The law of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul.
The word “revive” means to “bring back to life,” or to “give new life to.” While reading, meditating, studying and listening to the Word of God, your soul is brought new or further life!
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