Book 1 - Life Questions

In this section you will find the Key Points that will be emphasized in each chapter along with free downloadable audio messages that support the chapter.

Chapter 1: What is the purpose of life?

Key Point

  • Only by mastering the key life question, "Why am I here?" can we begin to reveal our purpose in life.

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Chapter 2: Is the Bible credible?

Key Points

  • The Bible is unique and unlike any other book in history
  • The purpose of the Bible is threefold: for God to show Himself to people, to show people how they are to relate with others, and how they are to interact with God
  • The fulfilled prophecies of the Bible lay a foundation for its credibility.

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Chapter 3: Where is God?

Key Points

  • His character and instructions about work, relationships & money demonstrate He is relevant.
  • Understanding who God is shows we can trust Him.

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Chapter 4: Who is Jesus?

Key Points

  • Jesus entered time and space 2000 years ago as a man who walked, talked, ate, slept, got hungry, died on a cross, was buried and rose again.
  • Jesus was more than a good man or a great teacher; He was God. The testimony of His disciples, the miracles He performed and what Jesus said about who He is, confirm His deity.

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Chapter 5: Why did Jesus come?

Key Points

  • Jesus came to provide the way for man to have a relationship with God.
  • Jesus did many miracles to demonstrate that He was more than a mere man.
  • Jesus died by crucifixion, and He rose from the dead.
  • Jesus will come again in the final days of the earth.

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Out of the Grave by Crawford Loritts

Chapter 6: Can I be accepted and forgiven?

Key Points

  • No one is perfect - all have sinned and are separated from God.
  • We all need forgiveness.
  • The basis for forgiveness is not what we do (i.e. good works), but receiving what Jesus has done for us. Forgiveness is s gift, but must be received.
  • The result is that we are no longer condemned but have peace with God

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