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      Bible Study Week of JUNE 7-13 2020

DR. THOMAS Q. ROBBINS ~ Teacher 

 

 Isn’t that the desire and goal of all of us -- to live life to the fullest -- and have it more abundantly?        

You are already aware that’s exactly what Jesus Christ has promised --to live life and live it abundantly.   And it’s a gift as part of salvation.

The primary responsibility of the Church has been and will continue to be “to proclaim who Jesus Christ is both to those who know Him and to those who may know about Him but do not know Him personally.  So few of those who already know him do not understand what it means for Jesus Christ to be our "Gate." 

The purpose of this particular Bible study is to help everyone who may listen to it, ask them-self the question,  “Who is Jesus Christ to Me?  This question is one of identity which, regrettably, all too many fail to explore.  Not knowing who Christ is or what He means to one’s life makes it impossible to find true meaning and eternal purpose in life.

This lesson has important implications for all of us no matter where we might be on the scale of understanding our own identity.  The text for this lesson is found in John, Chapter 10 and verses one to ten.   It’s the familiar passage about the Sheep Gate and how the sheep know their shepherd’s voice.     

         Here are some suggestions for making the reality of your life lead you to the point where you have become like Him?   He’s the pasture where you find peace and joy and your sin and future is taken care of.  Find out if you exhibit the characteristics that show you passed through that Gate.  

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Something To Consider

We’ve all had our share of failing to accomplish something that we set out to do.  But, failing in this way isn’t the same thing as failure!   Failure occurs when we give up and no longer think that we can succeed.  So remember, success comes in “cans”  --  failure comes in “can’ts!"  The truth is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”  (Philippians 4:13)    -Thomas Q.