The Holy Scriptures

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Lesson 11 The Holy Scriptures Without a doubt The Bible is the world’s most remarkable book. Its sacred pages, now translated into thousands of languages and dialects, are daily studied by millions of believers in every nation under heaven. Its real value as the written word of YAHWEH the Almighty God of Israel has still,

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The Kingdom of God

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Lesson 10 The Kingdom of God The Kingdom of God, also referred to in Scripture as The Kingdom of Heaven, is an everlasting kingdom which spans the mighty universe. Currently invisible to the human eye and unheard of by the vast majority of human beings, the Kingdom of God is, nevertheless, more real and abiding

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Prayer

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Lesson 9 Prayer Prayer is a method of communication by means of which any soul on earth may present his/her requests to Yahweh the Almighty God of Israel. Most forms of communication, such as the telephone, radio, television or data transmission by computer, can breakdown and messages do not get through. The system of prayer,

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Lesson 8 Yeshua the Messiah (The Lord Jesus Christ) Even eternity will not suffice to fully appreciate the personage and character of Yeshua the Messiah. Consequently in this short lesson we will seek to understand his immeasurable worth by considering just a few of the metaphors and parables which the Bible uses to declare him.

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The Judgement

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Lesson 7 The Judgement The Stewarton Bible School would be guilty of serious neglect if it failed to warn its students of the divine judgement and retribution awaiting those who reject the God of Israel’s offer of salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ. The Bible is very clear on the point that though the Almighty

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The Resurrection

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 Lesson 6 The Resurrection The resurrection of the dead is one of the most basic of Christian doctrines; and we accept it as fact that Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) not only suffered and died for the sins of the world, but that He subsequently rose from the grave by the power of the Almighty

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Baptism

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Lesson 5 Baptism Baptism is a ceremonial ordinance of divine origin which enables a believer to publicly declare his or her faith in Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) by being momentarily submerged in water. It is an initiating service which symbolises: Spiritual cleansing The burial of the past life And a resurrection to the new

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Faith

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Lesson 4 Faith The Bible says in Hebrews 11:1-2: “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good report. Put another way, we may say that faith is an inner conviction that God, not only exists, but that all His dealings

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Forgiveness

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Lesson 3 Forgiveness Divine forgiveness is a spiritual process whereby a repentant sinner (law-breaker) may receive total pardon from the Almighty and set free from sin’s death penalty. It is a holy gift in the truest sense of the term and is freely obtainable from God upon request. But even though forgiveness is a free

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Repentance

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Lesson 2 Repentance Repentance is a condition of remorse, of contrition, of spiritual regret experienced by a sinner who is convicted by the Holy Spirit into realising that he/she has broken one or more of the commandments of God. Repentance is not the sorrow of, say, a thief who has been caught red-handed with stolen

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