Here is the paper referenced in class.
Registration is now open for our next course, Ephesians, which begins September 18th at 7:00 pm. We meet at Good Shepherd Lutheran church on 7th street in Frederick.
I sent everyone an email but just in case, GBI is cancelled tonight. We will meet May 1st and May 8 for this two week mini-course.
Grace Bible Institute will be offering a two week Burst starting April 24th at 7:00 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. It will deal with the theology and philosophy of local church worship. If you know anyone who might benefit, please invite them. You can register here.
Hey everyone, if you didn’t get the email, class is cancelled tonight. If you know someone in the class, maybe you can check in with them and make sure they know? Thanks.
The next course in the Grace Bible Institute is now open for registration. Beginning on Tuesday, January 9th, we will be starting the next course titled Man, Sin, and Salvation.
The Epistle of Romans begins September 19th! Register here or on the homepage toolbar. We meet Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Frederick.
We will be cancelling class Tuesday night, March 14.
Perhaps no issue is as frustrating in a local church as leadership. Who really is in charge? Who really has spiritual authority? Does the New Testament give us any clarity or are some people correct that the New Testament is silent or at best unclear? Grace Bible Institute will present its first “Burst,” a short min-course that will examine every single New Testament usage of the terms that denote spiritual authority in the local church.
Sign up here for this intense 2 week course that begins April 18. Hope to see you!
In this evening’s Morning and Evening Charles Haddon Spurgeon spoke words of encouragement for the coming year:
“Do not men of grace find their Lord to be camphire and spikenard, calamus and cinnamon even now, and what better fragrance have they in heaven itself? We will be glad and rejoice IN THEE. That last word is the meat in the dish, the kernel of the nut, the soul of the text. What heavens are laid up in Jesus! What rivers of infinite bliss have their source, ay, and every drop of their fulness in Him! Since, O sweet Lord Jesus, Thou art the present portion of Thy people, favour us this year with such a sense of Thy preciousness, that from its first to its last day we may be glad and rejoice in Thee. Let January open with joy in the Lord, and December close with gladness in Jesus.”