1. To understand the importance and dynamics of the Holy Spirit in the Church during the dispensation of grace.
2. To experience the same outpouring and anointing in these last days of the Church age as the pattern established in the early days.
3. To examine the continual partnership between the Holy Spirit and the believer.
1) To study the subject of leadership utilizing the author’s years of experience In practicing and educating others on the tested laws.
2) To expose the students to potential weaknesses they may have concerning leadership and how they might turn these into strengths.
3) To encourage the student to apply each of these laws as building blocks to success in life.
1) To Know the Meaning of abiding in Christ and Experience the reality of HIS indwelling presence.
2) To Understand the Forces of faith and Righteousness at Work within us.
1. To take a deeper look at this epistle which so clearly contrasts the works of the Law and the work of the Spirit.
2. To examine the difference between the fruit of the Spirit and the fruit of the flesh.
3. To see the contrasts between livings under Grace and under legalism.
Ephesians unveil the "Mystery of the Church" as no other epistle. God's secret intention is revised to form a body to express the Christ's fullness on Earth (1:15-23) to do this by uniting one people both Jew and Gentile, among whom God himself dwells (2:11-3:7) and to equip, empower, and mature this people to the end that they extend Christ's Victory over evil (3:10-20; 6:12-20).
To examine the Scriptures to determine the significance of spirit beings in the unseen realm and their impact upon the world, upon the dispensations of the world, and upon man.
This course will help students grow in their ability to be led by the Spirit of God, discerning His voice in order to follow His divine guidance. It will include a study of the various methods God uses to speak to and lead His people. This course could be titled, “Following the Great Shepherd.”
1. To study the historical background of the city of Corinth and get a feel for the
social and religious climate of that city.
2. To study the events that led up to the writing of these books.
3. To understand the possible number of letters Paul wrote to the Corinthian Christians and how they were later compiled into just two books.
4. To study the problems in the Early Church, their Scriptural solutions, and how those principles are valid for us today.
To understand the types and shadows of the redemptive work of Christ through a comparative study of the Tabernacle of Heaven and the Tabernacle of David.