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2. Direction – Examining God’s Hand In History

Downloads: HHB_notes_2.pdf | HHB_audio_2.mp3

The second message in the series: Why the King James Bible?

2 Peter 1:21; 2 Timothy 3:16

Thesis: The Reformation led to the discovery of biblical preservation so that God's revelation could go through translation and give a new generation God's inspiration.

Definition: Scripture is the written preservation of verbal communication from God by making it visible in writing; Scripture is what was written and then recognized as authoritative.

  • There are two seeds: God's Word & man's word
  • There are two Greek Texts: Received & Eclectic
  • There are two lines of Bibles: Reformed & Revised

IN TIMES like these, you need a Savior
In times like these, you need an anchor
Be very sure, be very sure
Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock

In times like these you need the Bible
In times like these O be not idle
Be very sure, be very sure
Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock

In times like these, I have a Savior
In times like these, I have an anchor
I'm very sure, I'm very sure
My anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock

The Rock is Jesus, yes, He's the One
This Rock is Jesus, the only One
Be very sure, be very sure
Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock

~ Ruth Caye Jones (Mother Jones), 1944 ~

Categoría: History & Heritage of the Bible

1. Connection - Establishing A Spiritual Mindset

Downloads: HHB_notes_1a.pdf | HHB_notes_1b.pdf | HHB_audio_1.mp3

The first message in the series: Why the King James Bible?

Thesis: The Bible is precious today because it is the only way we get direct, special revelation from God.

Point 1: Samuel was a believer, but he did not know the Lord like he needed to because he did not know where to find the Word of God like he needed it.

Point 2: If you want to get an "open vision," you have to submit your ideas, opinions, and attitude to what God is going to tell you.

Point 3: Building faithfulness in your life starts with your attitude toward the Word of faith in the Bible.

O SOUL, are you weary and troubled?
No light in the darkness you see?
There's a light for a look at the Savior,
And life more abundant and free!

His Word shall not fail you--He promised;
Believe Him, and all will be well:
Then go to a world that is dying,
His perfect salvation to tell!

Turn your eyes upon Jesus,
Look full in His wonderful face,
And the things of earth will grow strangely dim,
In the light of His glory and grace.

~ Helen H. Lemmel, 1922 ~

Categoría: History & Heritage of the Bible

Why the King James Bible?

by Pastor Alan Shelby

Alan Shelby taught this series as part of the Kansas City Baptist Temple's Shepherds School of Ministry Bible Institute curriculum. Three first three messages were “preached” to a church congregation during a Bible conference; the last four were given to a class during the KCBT Bible Institute (Shepherd's School of Ministry).

Many pastors today have left a "faith-based position" with regard to the Scripture. Alan addresses this issue in no uncertain terms and reminds us of what the Bible says about itself--its inspiration and its preservation down through history in the English language.

This course will also serve the student of the Bible by giving him a basic outline of the issues surrounding the history of the English Bible (especially dealing with the "KJV-Only Controversy"). Any one of these seven lessons could be further researched and developed by anyone with the desire to do the homework (Alan was even kind enough to provide a concise bibliography).

These messages are very encouraging, motivating, and informative. Please take the time to listen to them at least once. I know you’ll enjoy them tremendously!

  • Connection - Establishing A Spiritual Mindset
  • Direction – Examining God’s Hand In History
  • Perfection – Evidence and the Alternatives
  • What is the Bible?
  • A “Codex Moment”
  • Text to Translation
  • The Ideology of our Theology
  • The Conclusion of the Matter
Categoría: History & Heritage of the Bible

A Wednesday night Bible study on the Book of Revelation.

Introduction

(Rev 1-3) The Tribulation (first 3 ½ years)

(Rev 4-19) The Great Tribulation (last 3 ½ years)

  • Revelation 4 (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 4 (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 5 [ audio ]
  • Revelation 6 (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 6 (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 6 (Part 3) and 7 (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 7 (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 7 - The Jehovah's Witnesses [ audio ]
  • Revelation 8 - The 7 Trumpets (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 8 - The 7 Trumpets (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 9 - The 7 Trumpets (Part 3) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 9 - The 7 Trumpets (Part 4) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 9 - The 7 Trumpets (Part 5) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 10 (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 10 (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 11 (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 11 (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • Revelation 11 (Part 3) And The 7 Personages (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 3) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 4) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 5) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 6) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 7) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 8) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 9) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Personages (Part 10) and the 3 Angels (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • The 3 Angels (Part 2) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Vials (Part 1) [ audio ]
  • The 7 Vials (Part 2) [ audio ]

TO BE CONTINUED...

(Rev 20-22) The Kingdom: After Daniel's 70th Week    

Categoría: Books of the Bible