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The Called, Chosen and Faithful
People of the LORD GOD

Studies on signficant Believer's and their faith
as recorded in the Word of God

Hebrews 11 Faith
Hebrews 11 is known by both serious and casual Bible students as the “Faith Chapter.” The words flow into meaningful moments of past examples of Biblical faith in a profound capture of past faith. The reader can’t help to recognize the awesome display of faith development without any need for deep interpretations to realize this effect. Hebrews 11 has deeper meaning, however, than first meets the causal reading. It contains a map for serious and mature Christians, to lead them to a deeper faith in their natural lives. It is multi-layered and has deep path that is going to take us into many different areas that will add to our knowledge of faith. More importantly, it promises to prepare our souls to meet these troubled times with a confidence of knowing the things we know conform to the Truth of God. Join us in studying the different types of faith that strong Believers hold as recorded in the often referenced faith chapter, Hebrews 11. Learn how the faith of Abel gives knowledge of God's requirements for works, Enoch's faith teaches us how to please our God, early Abraham's faith gives confidence in moving to the places God wills and how many other great Believer's faiths reveal diverse types of faith recorded in Hebrews 11.

James - The Pillar of Working Faithful
James writes a specific message of Christian accountability, which carries over so completely into this Epistle of James. He talks about the faith of a believer when faced with tribulations, trials and temptations. He speaks of the proper response to the Word of God in faith. He brings faith to a place for all people through impartiality, and encourages the active faith in doing the works of teaching. He encourages the faithful to work against worldliness and natural desires, and warns of their dangers. It seems as if James, the brother of Jesus Christ, wrote this Epistle to prevent the chance of another mistake like Peter’s from stopping the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is a nice thought to imagine brother looking after the things of brother, ensuring the sacrifice of his blood for the sins of the world would not be in vain as a result of shaky faith. As you read his words, with this knowledge in your heart, you sense the wise words of James as he encourages a dedicated faith walk that has a deeper and more profound purpose than first meets the the Word of God speaks deeply the things that are important to our faith and our works, according to His Will.

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About the Author

Kathy L. McFarland is a Becker Bible Studies Teacher and Author of Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians. She has received her Bachelor of Science degree in Religious Studies from Liberty University, and is currently seeking her Master of Divinity (Professional Ministries Track) degree from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary & Graduate School. Kathy is a noted expert on Old Testament exegesis, Christian apologetics, and Bible typology and mysteries.

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