idolatry

War Against the Darkness 5: "Gods" and Demons

War Against the Darkness 5: "Gods" and Demons

Returning to our series on spiritual warfare, we examine the work of demons (or unclean spirits) in the Bible. Where did they come from? What powers do they have? And how may they be connected to the “gods” of the nations?

From Trouble to Hope (Hosea 2:14-23)

From Trouble to Hope (Hosea 2:14-23)

We have 4 stories intertwined in Hosea 2: Hosea and Gomer, Achan’s sin at Jericho, the Exodus, and God’s relationship to Israel. But the 5th story in this text is yours. It’s what this text is telling you about how you have treated God and what He has done in response.

The Ten Commandments and Creation (Exodus 20:1-18)

The Ten Commandments and Creation (Exodus 20:1-18)

In our first angle of looking at the relevance of the 10 Commandments given to Israel, we consider the connections to the Creation account and what God has intended for humans all along.

Responses to Questions: Part 3

Responses to Questions: Part 3

Responses to the following questions:

1. Are we making an idol out of the cross?
2. What is a scriptural divorce and what isn’t?
3. As children of God, are we sinning when we are afraid to die?

Worshiping What Impresses You (Psalm 96:1-9)

Worshiping What Impresses You (Psalm 96:1-9)

Idolatry is a universal struggle. In this lesson, we explore 3 components of the appeal of other objects of devotion - CONTROL, SUBVERSION, SPLENDOR.