Wednesday Night Bible Study

A Look at Genesis 17:1-14

Last week, we looked at how God responded to the event at the Tower of Babel. The nations of people were divided, having been cursed with having their language changed so that they could not understand one another. Confusion and disunity became the essence of mankind’s relationship with each other… Click here for full handout.

A Look at Genesis 12:1-9; 15

It is no mistake that the events in Genesis 12 immediately follow the story of the Tower of Babel. In fact, one might say that a divine plan was being shaped and developed. In Genesis 11, as we read through last week, man began to defy the command of God to “be fruitful and multiply”…

A Look at Genesis 11:1-9

We are all familiar with the story of Noah and the Ark. In Genesis 6, we are told that “the wickedness of man was great in the earth,” and so God was “grieved” in “His hear” (Gen 6:6). As a result of Him being the just God that He is, we are told that the…

A Look at Romans 1:1-6

Background to Consider… As far as we know, Paul had never once visited Rome before he wrote this letter. In short, Rome was new territory for him. Nevertheless, he wanted to write to the Roman church for various reasons, one of which was to use Rome as a launching point to go to Spain (see…

A Look at Luke 7:18-35

Background to Consider… After the final prophecies of Malachi, God remained silent for four centuries. He did not speak to anybody—prophet or priest. The silence between the two Testaments is daunting. But God did not stay silent. One day, through His messenger, God spoke to a priest named Zechariah. He told this priest that there…

A Look at John 1:1-18

Things to Consider… One of the most profound texts in all of Scripture, John 1:1-18 (specifically verses 1-5) offers insight into several significant pillars of our faith. John touches on things like (1) the pre-existence and deity of Christ, (2) Christ’s role in the creation story, (3) the incarnation of Christ, and (4) Christ’s place…