Studies is an online reference resource designed to allow Bible studies to be carried out by

  • Individuals,

  • Families, and

  • Small groups.

We would like to emphasize that is NOT:

  • A morality checklist for believers to use on themselves and their neighbors, and
  • A replacement for regular Bible reading.

The simplest way is to live our lives is to ‘love the Lord with all our heart, all our soul, all our strength, and all our mind‘ (Luke 10:27). Then, we are to follow that up with the second commandment – ‘Love our neighbor as ourselves’ (Mark 12:31).


Foundation Truths

Hebrews 6:1-2 says,

Therefore let us leave the elementary teachings about Christ and go onto maturity,not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works,and of faith in God, instruction about baptisms, the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment’

This section was inspired by the late Derek Prince, probably one of the greatest Bible teachers who had ever lived in the last century.

If a Christian wants to build a strong foundation, this is the place to begin ….

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    Family life

    1. Who is the head of the family? Please see D250 and B75 
    2. What does it mean to be ‘head of the family’? See D2 and B87 to B89 
    3. What does it mean for a wife to submit to her husband? See B78, B85 to B86, B19, B411, B32 
    4. What does it mean for a husband to love his wife? See B87 to B89. 
    5. How can a father avoid a bad relationship with his children? See B91 and B92 
    6. How should a child relate to his/ her parents? See B92 and B93

    7. How should parents view the importance in providing for the family? See B351, and S146
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    Marriage and Singleness

    1. What are acceptable grounds for divorce? See B79, B357 to B369, D134 
    2. What does the Bible say in terms of divorce because of ‘irreconcilable differences’? See B81

    3. How does the Bible treat celibacy/ singleness? See D131 and D137


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    1. How does the Bible view ‘same sex’ marriage? See S131 
    2. How does the Bible consider the viewing of pornographic materials? See S121, D115, D137, B330 
    3. What does the Bible say about sex in a marriage? See B76 and B77,  
    4. How does the Bible view sex outside a marriage? See S123, B76
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    1. Should the blessedness for Christians be measured by their wealth? See D251

    2. What is ‘blessedness’ to Christians? See D190 and D254

    3. What are ‘heavenly treasures’? See B345
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    1. What does the Bible say about tithing? See B332, B333, and B334, B336

    2. If Christians don’t have money, should they still ‘tithe’? See B337 and B338
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    Use of Money

    1. What is the Bible’s view in terms of how we spend our money? See S17, S20

    2. How should Christians relate to poor people? See B145

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