Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study the Old Testament book of Daniel. The Book of Daniel addresses the question of how to live godly lives in a world dominated by hostile forces.
This question is the turning point of the story. So far in Mark’s gospel, the primary focus of Jesus’ teaching revealing his authority as the Son of Man and the Servant of God. Having established his identity, Jesus now prepares his disciples for what he came to do.
The passage contains several questions which all revolve around seeing and not seeing, culminating with Jesus asking a blind man if he sees anything.
While working on my upcoming series “Who is the Holy Spirit,” I’ve been revising, creating and updating my Bible study resources pages. I hope you’re finding them useful! I’m adding several new sections to the resources, including basic introductory information, free journal articles online and answers to basic questions.
How the letters in the New Testament came to be there
Jesus asks this question of his disciples. He highlights a specific area of concern: what makes a person unclean?
Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study both Paul’s second epistle to Timothy.
The Apostle Paul’s quotes of the Old Testament in his letters.
Why study the Old Testament? It’s the Scriptures that Jesus used.
The feeding of the 5000 is the only story — other than Jesus’ last week on earth — which is found in all 4 gospels. It is mentioned in several other passages as well. Even though it’s part of a familiar story, this question is one of the more obscure questions that we’ll cover.