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Concise, meticulous Bible studies for Christians. Your facilitator is Pedro Cheung. He is a husband, father, and full-time physician. Pedro believes every word in the original documents of the Bible is verbally inspired and inerrant. He uses a grammatical-historical-theological method to interpret the Bible. Bible studies are released on Mondays.

BibleSumo Weekly Bible Study Pedro Cheung MD

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Concise, meticulous Bible studies for Christians. Your facilitator is Pedro Cheung. He is a husband, father, and full-time physician. Pedro believes every word in the original documents of the Bible is verbally inspired and inerrant. He uses a grammatical-historical-theological method to interpret the Bible. Bible studies are released on Mondays.

    We Change, But God Remains (Immutability of God — Psalm 102:26–28)

    We Change, But God Remains (Immutability of God — Psalm 102:26–28)

    Studying the immutability of God helps us when we feel weak and afflicted. The unchangeable God is our source of confidence and strength.
    All Creation Changes (v.26)God Remains the Same (v.27)Our Hope Is Secure (v.28)

    • 46 min
    3.11 The Sin of Envy (1 Samuel 18:6–19 Bible Study)

    3.11 The Sin of Envy (1 Samuel 18:6–19 Bible Study)

    The story of Saul and David help Christians identify the precursors, the development, and the manifestations of the sin of envy.
    The precursors of envy (v.6–7)The development of envy (v.8–9)The manifestations of envy (v.10–19)

    • 54 min
    3.10 Ten Marks of Christian Friendship (1 Samuel 18:1–5 Bible Study)

    3.10 Ten Marks of Christian Friendship (1 Samuel 18:1–5 Bible Study)

    Jonathan's friendship with David illustrate ten attributes found in Christian friendship which are more perfectly exemplified in Christ Jesus.
    Christian Friendships Are Unplanned. (v.1)Christian Friendship Involves the Soul (v.1)Christian Friendship Requires Love (v.1)Christian Friendship Is Selective (v.1)Christian Friendship Seeks Other's Good (v.1)Christian Friendship Shuns Envy. (v.2)Christian Friendship Involves Commitment. (v.3)Christian Friendship Shows Humility. (v.4)Christian Friendship Is Generous (v.4)Christian Friendship Promotes Success (v.5)

    • 51 min
    3.9 David and Goliath Part 2: The Battle Is The LORD'S (1 Samuel 17:31–58 Bible Study)

    3.9 David and Goliath Part 2: The Battle Is The LORD'S (1 Samuel 17:31–58 Bible Study)

    When Yahweh handed David victory over Goliath, we learn that God's servant volunteers, prepares, speaks, prevails, and inspires.
    God's Servant Volunteers (v.31–37)God's Servant Prepares (v.38–40)God's Servant Speaks (v.41–47)God's Servant Prevails (v.48–51)God's Servant Inspires (v.52–58)

    • 52 min
    3.8 David and Goliath Part 1: Dare to Defy God (1 Samuel 17:1–30 Bible Study)

    3.8 David and Goliath Part 1: Dare to Defy God (1 Samuel 17:1–30 Bible Study)

    Goliath, the uncircumcised Philistine, defies the living God. David, empowered with God's Spirit, cannot persuade anyone to confront the giant.
    Goliath's Defiance (v.1–11)David's Dedication (v.12–22)David's Decisiveness (v.23–27)Eliab's Denunciation (v.28–30)

    • 57 min
    3.7 God's Providence — (1 Samuel 16 Bible Study)

    3.7 God's Providence — (1 Samuel 16 Bible Study)

    One of the most precious truths about God is His providence. In 1 Samuel 16, we see how God's providence can instill fear, comfort, and courage.
    God's Providence Is Introduced. (v.1)God's Providence Is Revealed. (v.2–5)God's Providence Is Transcendent. (v.6–12)God's Providence is Spirit-powered. (v.13–14)God's Providence is Enabling. (v.15–18)God's Providence is Disruptive. (v.19–23)

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

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A Bible study that puts God’s word first.

Dr. Cheung’s podcast provides an excellent analysis and review of Biblical scripture. While many Bible studies seek to draw out personal interpretations of passages, i.e “what does this passage mean to me?”, Dr. Cheung asks “what is God saying in this passage and how does it apply to me?”.

Dr. Cheung also provides the cultural and historic backdrop to a particular passage. This is crucially important for understanding scripture and its application; after all, can we apply scripture to our lives if we don’t know what it meant to the people it was originally delivered to?

A final note is that the Bible study is not an in-depth/deep dive into original languages and exegetical terminologies. But Dr. Cheung’s studies will certainly draw you to looking deeper into that passage, to conduct your own study about what God is saying in scripture.

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