The Baptist Classroom

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  If you were going to take a trip to a place where you had never been, what would be the first thing you would do? I think that I would find a road map and...
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I have been studying in the book of John the 18th chapter. This chapter contains the account of the Lord Jesus and His arrest in the garden of Gethsemane. Then, later as He was...
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I would first like to correct the title of the last lesson. It should have been, “Christmas? (Part 2)” I closed the last session by stating that, “the Lord’s churches were instructed to observe certain...
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For your reading assignment today, go to Deuteronomy 12:30 and Jeremiah 10:1-12 in the Old Testament. In the last article, we laid the groundwork for the information I am about to give. It appears...
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There is a vicious attack being waged on Christianity. It is curious that no one is bothered about other religions which are overrunning our land, some, which when practiced in the strictest manner are...
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Again, I refer you to Hebrews 12:5-14. Holiness is measured by the law: Outward and inward holiness is measured by God’s absolute standard, the moral law. The law brings the sinner to Christ, but...
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First, read Hebrews 12:5-14. Explanation of the text: Though the word “chasten” means to train, teach or instruct, the chastening mentioned in the previous verses has to do with corporal punishment. We must consider...
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How can suffering, hardship and trouble make anyone rejoice? Our text verse is number five from Romans 5:1-5. Last week’s reading assignment was Psalms 77. This wonderful passage shows that our God is sovereign,...
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Our text verse is number five from Romans 5:1-5. Also read Psalms 77 To many this verse may seem to make no sense. How can we possibly be happy in tribulations? How can suffering,...
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When marriage was first instituted by God in the garden of Eden, with Adam and Eve the first humans, who were created by God, He gave them some very specific instructions to insure that...