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 BIBLE STUDY ONLINE

WITH MINISTER JOSEPH HAUGABROOK

    

God's Word--our recipe for living

Bible study online teach scripture as it relates to life.  

When you put yourself above God's handiwork you put yourself above God.     

LESSON FOR WEEK (Apr 15 - Apr 21)

TOPIC:  If We Obey His Commandments We know That He is in us and we in Him

Scripture related To The Topic: 

 I John 2: 3 - 6

 :3 And hereby we do know that we know him, if we keep his commandments.

  :4 He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him.

  :5 But whoso keepeth his word, in him verily is the love of God perfected: hereby know we that we are in him.

  :6 He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.

  The Word says again, as it always does: to be good children we must be obedient. Think of yourself, your family, or any other family. If you obey your parents and follow their rules, they will let you know you are a good child. And they are always proud of you and willing to support you in your efforts to do good in life. If you have a family of your own and your children are obedient to you and your husband, keeping all your rules, and staying out of trouble; not breaking your rules; you are proud of them, refer to them as good children and support them in their efforts to do good, and make a good life for themselves. You train them, give them all the tools; so that when they leave home to start a life away from home training, they will be able to use their training for a better life than they had at home, no matter how good it was.

  It's the same being a part of God's Heavenly family. Be Bible is our training book. We have teachers, in the form of people, teaching and preaching God's Word. From the Bible, we read and learn God's Commandments (House Rules); what we should and should not do. We learn what God expects of us; how we should love and take care of our own body. How we should love, respect, and be helpful to others, even those that may not appreciate our help. We learn how much God love us, and the length He went to show us that love. We learn the length Jesus Christ, His Son, went to prove to us how much he love us and His Father; and, that we should have that same love in us, both for one another, and for God and Jesus Christ. The Bible spells it out in simple terms, so there will be no confusion. And, if we are confused on certain things, God have people to explain it to us. We are well versed in God's laws; His Commandments. We are taught well, so that when we leave this life; the house of training; we will be able to live successfully with Him in a different place and life style. Just as the culmination of home training sent us into a better life than we had at home; our Bible training sends us into a better life than we have on earth. And, you can be sure you are on the right track to live with him after death, by looking at how well you are obeying His Commandments, as you interact with people, places and things. Again, it's simple to tell how well you are living His Word; just overlay His Word on your life. If the two matches; you are obedient; if not, you have to look at where your life are not matching up. Just remember, if the two doesn't match up, it's your life that needs changing; not God's Word.  

  

     

 

  

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