Scripture Reading: Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve. —Luke 4:8

Definition: Idolatry is defined as the “worship of idols, images, or anything which is not God; the worship of false gods. Excessive attachment, or veneration for anything; respect or love which borders on adoration” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary).

Summary: Adoration and worship of anything other than God Himself is idolatry—whether an idol, invented god, religions of man, or something of this world which governs affections, time, energy, and money.

I. There is One God

A. Mark 12:28-29 The Lord our God is one Lord.

B. Isaiah 44:6 Beside me there is no God.

C. 1 Timothy 2:5 One God and one mediator.

D. Revelation 4:10-11 The Lord is worthy of worship.Read more

The End is Near

Scripture Reading: Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh. — Matthew 24:44

Summary: According to the scripture and the pattern of God’s timing and judgment, time on this earth is running out. The second coming of Christ is near at hand. Prepare to meet thy God.Read more

How to Know the Will of God

Scripture Reading:

Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is. — Ephesians 5:17


God has provided the tools and resources with which we can know and understand His will in our individual lives.Read more


Subject: Honesty

Scripture Reading: Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are his delight. —Proverbs 12:22

Definition: Honest is defined as, “Free of deceit; truthful and sincere…morally correct or virtuous” (Oxford English Dictionary). Honesty is the quality of being honest. “A refraining from lying, cheating, or stealing” (Collins English Dictionary).

Summary: God’s very nature is holy and true; He hates dishonesty of any kind. Christians are to be honest in every aspect of life—in word and in deed. Dishonesty is a moral violation and will result in eternal damnation.Read more

Biblical Repentance

Scripture Reading: Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out. — Acts 3:19

Repent: To change one’s mind; heartily to amend, with abhorrence of one’s past sins (Thayer’s Greek Lexicon).

Repentance: Contrition or regret for past wrong accompanied by a change of mind that involves a turning away from or a reversal from sin and a turning toward that which pleases God.

Summary: All sinners are called of God to repent and turn away from sin. The message of the gospel is to reject and forsake all ungodliness and to follow Jesus in holiness. Without repentance there is no true salvation.Read more