NEW Bible Study - Sunday Evenings
You are all invited to participate in a Bible Study based on Dr. David Jeremiah’s new book “Where Do We Go From Here?”. This study is profoundly relevant when looking at the chaos existent in our world and nation today.
In an overview of his book, Dr. Jeremiah says the following:
“There may never be a time in history when end times prophecy is more aligned with the culture and circumstances of the world than it is today."
It’s hard to ignore the prophetic signs playing out all around us. The “falling away” of the Church. The ravaging toll of pandemics. The silencing of Christians. The rise of globalism. A frail world economy. The fallout of socialism. Woke religion. Jerusalem’s prophetic role in the final days of this Earth. You don’t have to be a biblical scholar to see how Scripture predicted many of the events surrounding us. The prophecies about tomorrow reveal much about the problems of today.
Without hope, prophecy is a useless glimpse of the doom to come. With hope, prophecy is a useful picture of the glory to come.”
Dr. David Jeremiah’s uses a three-step process that infuses hope into each of the prophetic events unfolding around us.
1. “Where Are We? Take an honest look at ten critical and troubling issues we are currently experiencing in our culture.
2. What Does It Mean? Dive into Scripture to see how these events are directly linked to biblical prophecy.
3. Where Do We Go From Here? Receive practical biblical instruction for living with hope and courage in the face of these daunting prophetic happenings.”
The Study will be conducted in a hybrid format, both on-site in Room 204 and remote via Zoom. We will watch Dr. Jeremiah’s video message and follow with discussion.
The first Session is an interview with Dr. Jeremiah overviewing all ten topics, their importance, and their relevance to current events. This will be held on Sunday, November 7, 2021 starting promptly at 7:00pm and concluding by 8:30pm.
This study is open to all who are interested. If you are interested in attending, please contact Barry Penland or by phone or text at 919-924-8191, or email the church at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include contact information: Name, email, phone number, and preference for on-site or ZOOM.