In our study last week, we discussed the first part of the various ways sins may be committed. Today we shall examine the second part of the topic.
TEXT: GENESIS 3:1-17, 24
God's intention for man at creation was for him to have dominion over all His creation. Satan through his cunning nature deceived man leading to man's disobedience of God's directive at the garden of Eden. Thus through Adam, the inherent inclination to sin entered the human race and human beings became sinners by nature.
TEXT: EPHESIANS 2:13-19
INTRODUCTION: Last week, we discussed the first part of the significance of the death of Christ. Today we shall examine the second part. Chief amongst the reasons we adduced was the atonement for our sins and subsequent reversal of the resultant penalty of death.
TEXT: ISAIAH 53:1-12
INTRODUCTION: God's original plan for man was for him to live eternally with Him. But the sin of disobedience by Adam and Eve through the deception of Satan brought death and other effects of sin to man. Thus, for the penalty of death to be reversed, sin must be atoned for.
TEXT: EPHESIANS 2:1-10; MARK 16:15-16
INTRODUCTION: The Missions Annual Program (MAP) of the church for 2018 with the theme "Unto Good Works" holds from the 14th of March to the 18th of March 2018. Missions is the sharing of the gospel with people-groups by crossing cultural, language
TEXT: ROMANS 5:1-21
INTRODUCTION: Last week, we summarised the studies on the series on what we are expected to reign over. Our aim today is to summarise the studies that dealt with the factors needed to facilitate our reign in life.