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LEARN MORE – GROW MORE – BE MORE – IN CHRIST JESUS

“These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness  mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.” Acts 17:11

 

Answering the Call of Salvation

Jesus once told Peter and his co-laborers to, “follow me, and I will make you fishers of menMatt 4:19. The call of Peter and anyone else by the Lord is a call or selection to Christian serve. It is not based upon any specific skillset, notoriety or financial ability. It is based upon God’s will and God’s plan to glorify himself (Eph. 2:8-10, John 1:12-13). In our Sunday School devotional this month, the emphasis will be on the call of God on the life of every Believer.    

February 2023

February 5 – The Call of God to Salvation, I Corinthians 1:18-31 – Paul writes to the Corinthian saints of the origin of their calling into salvation and the purpose of this calling.

February 12 – The Call of God is a Holy Calling, 2 Timothy 1:3-14 – To his young protege, Paul help him establish a local assembly by reminding the new converts of the significant difference of their calling of God.

February 19 – The Call of God and Our Responsibility, James 2:1-12 With the call of God on our lives, we are informed by James of some holy and godly responsibilities.

February 26 – The Call of God and its Outcome, I Peter 2:1-25, God’s call has a divine purpose and Peter shares with us the eternal benefits of us living in our calling.

“When the doors are opened Sunday, I’ll be there”

You are always invited to follow and study with us as we seek to show ourselves approved to the Lord, workmen and women who do not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

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Steve
Steve
2 years ago

It’s amazing how our words can be both hard and damaging as well as sw3t and encouraging

Jae Jaecl
Jae Jaecl
2 years ago

This lesson is exactly what I needed. It causes me to ask myself, why I do the work of ministry. Knowing my “why” helps me know my “what” .My “why” is because of what Christ has done for me. And my “what ” is ” you do the same because Christ is my example.

Jae Jaecl
Jae Jaecl
2 years ago

Dear Lord Jesus, grant me purity of heart so I bring glory & honor to Your holy name as I serve you by ministering to other. Amen

Jae Jaecl
Jae Jaecl
2 years ago

The abundant life Christ has imparted to his followers is given not for our personal selfish gain, but rather to demonstrate God’s abundance of love, joy, peace, contentment in serving him through the good times, and the tough times. So that the world will come to know that he loves and cares for the whole world. His love is from everlasting to everlasting. Praise the Lord. Amen!!

Pastor Cason
Pastor Cason
1 year ago

I appreciate the plain spoken, rightly divided truth we get from these devotionals. We need this. Thanks for the spirit lead passion and energy excerted in producing this resource for NBBC and our faithful friends. Pastor Cason

Steven Barnes
Steven Barnes
1 year ago

Good lesson, good challenge, amen!

Steve B
Steve B
5 months ago

Revelations reminds a lot of how much I long to be there. Can’t wait till our service on earth is done