Friday, December 15, 2017

‘Dr. Robert L. LaMay’

A Great Nation: Genesis 11:31–12:9

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 6:00

A Great Nation September 29, 2013 Lesson: Genesis 11:31–12:9 Key Verse: Genesis 12:2  xdgn Introduction What constitutes a great nation? Is it not a nation that places its checks and balances in the person of the King of kings and Lord of lords? The judicial (judge), the legislative (lawgiver), and the executive (king), is ...

Clothed in Majesty: Psalm 104:1–13

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 6:00

Clothed in Majesty September 1, 2013 Lesson: Psalm 104:1–13 Key Verse: Psalm 104:1  asfgsdg Introduction When the Word of God is sung, our hearts are filled with the grace of God in Christ Jesus. Scripture encourages us to sing to our Lord: “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and ...

A Sure Covenant: Nehemiah 9:38–10:39

Sunday, July 28, 2013 6:00

A Sure Covenant August 11, 2013 Lesson: Nehemiah 9:38–10:39 Key Verse: Nehemiah 9:38  drtheu Introduction The people of Israel had sinned against their God. Therefore, the Lord delivered them into the hands of their enemies. However, the Lord heard their cries. Thus Nehemiah records the grace of God, saying, “thou heardest them from heaven: ...

God’s Servants: Nehemiah 1:1–11

Sunday, July 28, 2013 6:00

God’s Servants August 18, 2013 Lesson: Nehemiah 1:1–11 Key Verse: Nehemiah 1:10  rtyeuy Introduction Nehemiah, meaning, “Jehovah is comfort,” was appointed by Artaxerxes, king of Persia, to be the king’s cupbearer. As the one who tasted the king’s wine to see if it was poisoned, Nehemiah was close to the king and was able ...

Thou Art the Lord: Nehemiah 8:13–9:6

Sunday, July 28, 2013 6:00

Thou Art the Lord August 4, 2013 Lesson: Nehemiah 8:13–9:6 Key Verse: Nehemiah 9:6  wry Introduction Nehemiah, “Jehovah is comfort,” was the son of Hachaliah (Neh. 1:1). Armed with the authority of the king of Persia, Nehemiah returned, as many did before him and with him, from captivity, for the purpose of rebuilding the ...

The Good Work: Nehemiah 2:1–18

Sunday, July 28, 2013 0:00

The Good Work August 25, 2013 Nehemiah 2:1–18 Key Verse: Nehemiah 2:18  r6uri6 Introduction Nehemiah (Jehovah is Comfort), the son of Hachaliah, worked alongside of Ezra in the rebuilding of Jerusalem. Ezra and Nehemiah were at one time one book, divided at the time of the 1560 translation of the Geneva Bible. What is ...

Dedication of Joy—Ezra 6:13–22

Friday, June 28, 2013 6:00

Dedication of Joy July 14, 2013 Lesson: Ezra 6:13–22 Key Verse: Ezra 6:16  drtrdht Introduction How do we dedicate or set apart our worship and fellowship? Is it with joy (Ezra 6:16)? It is said of Jesus, the author of our faith, “who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross” ...

The Hand of Our God—Ezra 8:21–23

Friday, June 28, 2013 6:00

The Hand of Our God July 21, 1013 Lesson: Ezra 8:21–23 Key Verse: Ezra 8:22  dfg Introduction Matthew Henry introduced this section, writing: “Ezra has procured Levites to go along with him; but what will that avail, unless he have God with him? That is therefore his chief care. In all our ways we ...

God’s Mercy Endures Forever—Ezra 3:1–13

Friday, June 28, 2013 6:00

God’s Mercy Endures Forever July 7, 2013 Lesson: Ezra 3:1–13 Key Verse: Ezra 3:11  rtyer Introduction The restoration of the people to Jerusalem was the restoration of the worship of the Lord who delivered them from bondage. This bondage was brought upon them because of their disobedience, for which the Lord had them sent ...

The Care of God’s Gifts—Ezra 8:24–30

Friday, June 28, 2013 6:00

The Care of God’s Gifts July 28, 2013 Lesson: Ezra 8:24–30 Key Verse: Ezra 8:28  dfsh Introduction The journey to Jerusalem began with much prayer before the Lord. Ezra then “separated twelve of the chief priests, Sherebiah, Hashabiah, and ten of their brethren with them” (Ezra 8:24). The chief priests and twelve Levites were ...