Shepherd's Cross Christian Helps Ministry
(1 Corinthians 12:28)

Following in the footsteps of the Acts of the Apostles, written by St. Luke, Shepherd's Cross Christian Helps Ministry exists by the grace of God to further the first century Apostolic tradition serving in the Great Commission.

(St. Matthew 28:16-20)

Seven-Part Messianic Prophecy Bible Study Course
In Jesus name,
Brother Richard, MS Ed

Welcoming Statement

Welcome to this seven-part Messianic Prophecy Bible Study. These very same Messianic Prophecy Scriptures texts that you will venture into, to reason together with, which were written concerning our Lord Jesus Christ, in the Law of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms, are the same Messianic Prophecy texts found in the Hebrew Scriptures that the Apostle, St. Paul used to refer to, in the first century.

The purpose of this seven-part course is to acquaint the Christian believer with the Gospel of Jesus Christ that is found in the Hebrew Scriptures. This seven-part Bible study course has been designed prayerfully for all levels of Christian believers.

Many of you may have already read passages from and have become familiar with the Hebrew Scriptures commonly referred to as “The Old Testament.” This adventure will introduce some of you to Biblical insights that may be new to you. For others this may be a refresher course, probing into your memory of areas in Scripture that you may have learned before through your own study or through a Bible course that you have previously attended or both.

By the end of this seven-part Bible study course members of this class will…

1. Have a better understandable grasp of the Gospel of Jesus the Christ found in the Hebrew Scriptures.

2. Be equipped to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Jewish people that they know.

3. To understand the Jewish person's need and right to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, allowing them also the chance to choose for themselves, Jesus as their Messiah by sharing the Gospel with them.

4. Be a link in bridging love and understanding towards their Jewish relatives, friends, neighbors and co-workers.

5. Understand that God is as active today in our lives, as He was in the lives of those who participated in writing and teaching from the Hebrew Scriptures centuries before.

6. Lastly, learn to respond to and grow in love for the Lord Jesus Christ thinking of God more reverently.

Let the journey begin.

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