Paul tells how Christ paid for our sins and offers the gift of salvation. Paul explains the believer’s two natures that battle over sin.
O: Israel’s lack of belief prompted God to have them wander 40 years in the wilderness.
WN: The psalmist praises God’s awesome deeds and seeks deliverance from enemies.
Jesus speaks of His Second Coming and celebrates Passover (The Last Supper) with His disciples.
Jesus pays for our sins on the Cross and rises from the dead.
Jesus gives the Great Commission.
In the book of Hebrews, we see Christ as our Great High Priest. We can find rest, peace, mercy, and grace in Him.
Paul encourages us to turn to God, to serve the living God, and to look for Christ’s return. Our focus should be to love God and others, living as though we are ready for Christ’s return.
Paul challenges us to let the mind of Christ be in us. He explains the importance of mutual submission and shares his perspective on suffering.
Antioch becomes the new base of operations for the church. Paul and Barnabas make it clear that belief on the Lord Jesus Christ is what saves, not the Law. Paul establishes the church in Corinth.
Paul continues his counsel about Christian conduct. He explains the difference between liberty and irresponsibility. He notes the importance of self-examination before taking the Lord’s Supper.
Paul counsels a church about their conduct. He addresses issues of arrogance, sinful lifestyles, and denial of God’s Word.