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The Church of the Servant King, offers free on-line Bible Study guides and lessons of our previous studies along with MP3 audio downloads of our most recent study sessions. All downloads are free of charge, and we welcome questions and requests for further explanations related to any of the topics. If you are a new believer or if you are wondering how to become a believer, we suggest that you begin with our study of the book of John below followed by our Soteriology Series.

Survey of the Bible Series: In this series, we take an in-depth look at each book of the Bible in order to better understand the purpose and meaning of the Scripture.

  • Matthew - The Gospel account of the life of Jesus Christ that was written to Jewish readers with a focus on Jesus as the Messiah and King of Israel -- heir to David's Throne.
  • Mark - The Gospel account of the life of Jesus Christ that was written to Gentile readers with a focus on Jesus' persecution -- perhaps as comfort to Gentile Christians being persecuted by Nero in the late first century.
  • Luke - The Gospel account of the life of Jesus Christ that was written to a single individual, Theophilus, with a major focus on the humanity of Jesus.
  • John - The Gospel account of the life of Jesus Christ written to a Gentile church at the close of the first century. This account focuses on the Diety of Jesus and on belief.
  • Acts - A book of the transition from the Age of Isreal to the Age of Grace or the Church Age. This book begins with the resurrection of Jesus and concludes with the final missionary journeys of Paul.
  • Galatians - Galatians has been called the “Magna Carta of Christian liberty” – liberty from the bondage of legalism and a works-based salvation. As such, the truths found in this letter became the cornerstone of the Protestant Reformation.  Paul’s thesis in Galatians – salvation is through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone.
  • 1 Thessalonians - Paul had at least three purposes in mind when he wrote 1 Thessalonians. First, he wanted to encourage the new believers in their faith (1:2-10). Second, he wanted to correct some misinformation that his opponents were spreading (2:1-3:13). Third, he wanted to provide additional instruction and address questions that would aide the Thessalonians in their growth as Christians and new members of the Body of Christ.
  • 2 Thessalonians - Paul wrote 2 Thessalonians from Corinth. The topics that Paul addresses in the second epistle emerged from situations he alluded to in the first epistle. 
  • 1 Corinthians In this letter, Paul addresses these issues, promised to visit them soon, and said he was sending Timothy to Corinth (chapters 1-4). He dealt next with the oral reports (chapters 5-6) and then with the questions that the Corinthian believers had written to him (chapters 7-16). He evidently sent this epistle from Ephesus by trusted messengers in the late winter or early spring of A.D. 56 (cf. 16:8).

    One of the larger problems with which Paul dealt was that some in the community were leading the church into a view of things that was contrary to that of Paul. This resulted in a questioning of Paul's authority and his gospel. The key issue between Paul and the Corinthians was what it means to be "spiritual.

  • 2 Corinthians

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