Christ is superior to Moses in the office He holds, in His faithfulness to the Father, and in the fact that He's the Son of God, as we see in Hebrews 3:1-6.
We examine Old Testament passages giving insight on the body, soul, and spirit of man.
At the mount of transfiguration, the glory of Christ was revealed, His purity was illustrated, His death was expounded, and His deity was declared, as we see from Matthew 17:1-13.
What is the purpose of extraordinary providences, namely, miracles?
Unbelief can follow great revelation from God, it is resistant to miracles, and can afflict the very elect, as we see from Numbers 20:1-13.
We examine the breadth and depth of God's government, as well as God's hand in the governments of men.
Believers are commanded to partake of the Lord's Supper as a memorial of Christ's suffering. We examine the nature of this memorial as found in Exodus 12 and Luke 22.
How do we understand God's providence over evil?
Sometimes, even though we pray unselfishly for something good, as Moses did in Deuteronomy 3:21-29, God still says no. Why does God say no?
There are three elements of divine providence: divine preservation, divine concurrence, and divine government. In this Sunday school message, we examine preservation and concurrence.
Christian contentment is total satisfaction with God and all of His attributes, as see from Philippians 4:4-19.
We examine key passages for the providence of God and the history of various views on providence.
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