And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
Christ’s blood is the only means of forgiveness. Nothing else is possible to forgive sin
Solomon addresses wisdom and folly’s relationship to leadership and stewardship.
A reminder of the temporary work offered under the Old Covenant in the period of the tabernacle
Although we have a tendency to become fearful of the things happening around us, as Christians we must change our thinking and place our confidence in the power and sovereignty of God.
The very name Jesus means salvation and is obvious throughout the text of even the OT.
The Incarnation provides us with a picture of not only the love of God but the faithfulness of God to His Word.
Solomon advises young people to enjoy their youth but to always make choices consistent with the character and will of God.
Solomon describes the difference between the fool and the wise person.
Baptism of only believers is a matter of obedience in the Christian Life
Life may be unfair and unpleasant at times, but Solomon describes more benefits of life “under the sun.”
Life may be unfair and unpleasant at times, but Solomon describes the benefits of life “under the sun.”
scripture reference -Hebrews 7:11-28
Christ’s priesthood is never-ending, thus it exceeds the Aaronic order in its availability and scope
Solomon reveals how we are to live wisely in an unfair and unjust world.
Solomon discusses the role wisdom must play in the lives of those who seek to honor God.
The Necessity & importance of Water Baptism for the believer
The superiority of the order of Melchisedec’s priesthood over the Aaronic order
Speaking in proverbs, Solomon begins to share divine wisdom in a way that resonates with the daily lives of his readers.
Nicodemus and Joseph illustrate the problems of being a believer in Christ yet fearing men and refusing to identify with the Savior.
The Reality and importance of God’s Word being without error, wholly true.
With so many ways to seek meaning and satisfaction in life, and knowing that all lead to vanity and vexation of spirit, the believer needs to learn to be content with the Giver of all good things.
Sometimes life just isn’t fair. Solomon discusses man’s need to enjoy God’s gifts and not expect everything to seem “fair.”
Christ died as the Substitute in place, and on behalf of sinners
Solomon addresses the vanity of religious rituals as well as the futility of living for wealth and material things.
Salvation is sure and certain because of the immutable character of the God who saves
The loss of rewards was devastating to the generation that came out of Egypt. It remains true and just as real for believers today!