Bible Studies from Kings Grove Baptist Church
Two Calls to Action 09-10-23
Romans 12:1-2 | Pastor James Williams | Kings Grove Baptist Church | KingsGrove.org | Paul gives us two major calls to action in Romans 12:1-2
The God of Salvation 09-03-23
(part 2- Conclusion, Romans Chapter 11) Romans 11: 1-36 | Pastor James Williams | KingsGrove.org | Kings Grove Baptist Church
The God of Salvation 08-27-23
Pastor James Williams | KingsGrove.org | Romans 11:1-36 | Kings Grove Baptist Church |
Is it ever too late to be Saved? What is the role of Foreknowledge in Election? Does God really want some people to die and go to hell while He randomly chooses others to go to heaven, even if it is against their individual will? Paul begins to answer these questions in his letter to the Roman Christians, with the key being in an often-overlooked verse, verse 20 of Chapter 11.
The Gospel of Salvation 08-20-23
In Romans 10:1-21 Paul expresses his heartfelt desire for his fellow kinsmen and countrymen that they would be Saved and makes a compelling case from the Old Testament Scriptures that Christ is, indeed, the Messiah and Lord for both Jew and Greek.
The Sovereignty of God 08-13-23
Romans 9:6-33 | Pastor James Williams | KingsGrove.org
Romans Chapter 9 contains some often misunderstood teachings from the Apostle Paul in his letter to the Roman Christians. Did God really create some people with the deliberate intention for them to go to hell? Doesn't the Scripture teach that it is His Will that none should perish, but that all should come to repentance? We'll address these questions today in our message The Sovereignty of God.
What's Love Got to Do With It 08-06-23
Romans 9:1-5 | Additional Reading: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 | How does the Bible define "love?" Does the Biblical definition of love differ greatly from the common secular definition of love? Does "real love" have limits? That is, does "real love" ever stop loving?
Are we to always love others despite their actions, and if we love someone, is it "unloving" for us to refuse to approve of dangerous actions they may take, or does love imply automatic approval of any actions one might take, and any decisions they may make?
Does love, by definition, imply any limits at all? When are we to stop loving?
The Apostle Paul had many things to say about love in his letters to the churches in Rome and Corinth. These questions (and many other conceptions and misconceptions about love) are addressed by Pastor James Williams in our Study today. "What's Love Got to Do With It?" | Pastor James Williams | KingsGrove.org