Ultimately, the freedom we have in Christ teaches us a new way of loving the brethren. In this lesson, we consider how the practical instructions in this passage should transform the purpose of our relationships in the church. Part of a series in the book of Galatians.
Continuing our series in the book of Numbers. In chapters 25-26, Israel joins themselves with the Moabites in idolatry and sexual immorality. In this lesson, we consider what we can learn from Israel’s sin, the solution of Phinehas’ jealousy and the second census of the nation afterward.
Continuing our series in the book of Numbers. In chapters 22-24, the king of Moab calls for Balaam to curse Israel. Balaam was a Gentile prophet of God and he always seems to confess a great respect for the authority of God’s word — but every reference to Balaam in the New Testament portrays him as an example of apostasy. In this lesson, we consider what we can learn from Balaam’s hypocrisy and the blessings God pronounced on Israel through him.