Bethany Logo

Search Results:

   A Contrast of Shepherds – Part 3
   John 9 - 10; Ezekiel 34; Psalm 23
Sunday School,  August 10, 2014
A significant backdrop for John 9 and 10 is found in Ezekiel 34. There the prophet declares judgment against the wicked shepherds (leaders) of Israel who neglect and take advantage of the flock (God’s people). God promises that he himself will one day come to lead and care for his sheep. In John 9, Jesus, acting as the Good Shepherd, heals, seeks, and cares for one of his sheep, while the religious leaders abuse him and excommunicate him. In John 10, Jesus makes his identity as the Good Shepherd explicit, again in contrast with the wicked shepherds who would not receive him. These two chapters help us to understand the profound care our Good Shepherd offers us as his sheep, and challenge us to follow him as we should.

Please install the Flash Plugin

   A Contrast of Shepherds – Part 2
   John 9 - 10; Ezekiel 34; Psalm 23
Sunday School,  August 3, 2014
A significant backdrop for John 9 and 10 is found in Ezekiel 34. There the prophet declares judgment against the wicked shepherds (leaders) of Israel who neglect and take advantage of the flock (God’s people). God promises that he himself will one day come to lead and care for his sheep. In John 9, Jesus, acting as the Good Shepherd, heals, seeks, and cares for one of his sheep, while the religious leaders abuse him and excommunicate him. In John 10, Jesus makes his identity as the Good Shepherd explicit, again in contrast with the wicked shepherds who would not receive him. These two chapters help us to understand the profound care our Good Shepherd offers us as his sheep, and challenge us to follow him as we should.

Please install the Flash Plugin

   A Contrast of Shepherds – Part 1
   John 9 - 10; Ezekiel 34; Psalm 23
Sunday School,  July 27, 2014
A significant backdrop for John 9 and 10 is found in Ezekiel 34. There the prophet declares judgment against the wicked shepherds (leaders) of Israel who neglect and take advantage of the flock (God’s people). God promises that he himself will one day come to lead and care for his sheep. In John 9, Jesus, acting as the Good Shepherd, heals, seeks, and cares for one of his sheep, while the religious leaders abuse him and excommunicate him. In John 10, Jesus makes his identity as the Good Shepherd explicit, again in contrast with the wicked shepherds who would not receive him. These two chapters help us to understand the profound care our Good Shepherd offers us as his sheep, and challenge us to follow him as we should.

Please install the Flash Plugin

   Looking at Israel Prophetically
   Daniel 9:27; 11:36-45; Revelation 11; Ezekiel 38, 30
Wednesday Evening Service,  August 24, 2011
There are many different events and circumstances taking place that indicate the stage is being set for the Tribulation Period. Though there are no signs for the Rapture of the Church, the circumstances in the Middle East cause us to wonder if the time is drawing near.

Please install the Flash Plugin


There were 4 items matching your query.

Bethany Bible Church • 207 Chadwick Ave • Hendersonville, NC