Lesson 10: Satan's Final Deceptions (Revelation 12 and 2 Thessalonians 2)

One thing I've learned from litigating cases for nearly fifty years is that the predicted outcome of some cases is debatable. I've had cases where I absolutely should win. I don't take cases where I absolutely should lose, but I take many cases where the odds are against me. Recently, I had a case before a state supreme court and every judge ruled against me - including ruling against me on an issue that I absolutely should have won. Can you imagine God's feelings about our choice between Satan and Him? God should absolutely win. There is not even a reasonable debate. But most choose Satan. Why is that? One reason is that humans are sometimes deceived. This week we turn our attention to Satan's last great deception. Let's plunge into our study of the Bible and learn more!

The Current Quarter’s Bible Studies on Three Angels Messages.

Lesson 9
A City Called Confusion
(Revelation 17 & 18, Genesis 11, Jeremiah 50)
Most people prefer not to make hard choices. We like to drift along with our world as it is and hope for the best. Relying on inertia at some point will not be possible. We will face the choice bet...
Lesson 8
The Sabbath and the End
(Revelation 13 & 14, Exodus 20, Deuteronomy 5
Have you considered that the name "conservative" means an attitude of conserving things? Keeping things as they are currently? In the United States we face a movement trying to erase our history ra...
Lesson 7
Worshiping the Creator
(Revelation 4 & 14, Romans 1)
Let's look at Revelation 14:7 from yet another angle. We have discussed our Creator God, the hour of His judgment, and worshiping God based on His work of Creation. This time we consider how our vi...
Lesson 6
The Hour of His Judgment
(Revelation 14, Daniel 8 & 9, Hebrews 8 &
Introduction: When we began this study we learned from Revelation 1:1 that a central purpose of Revelation is to alert Christians about the future. God has always been in the business of telling us...
Lesson 5
The Good News of the Judgment
(Revelation 20, Ephesians 2, Matthew 22)
Introduction: Consider this interesting thing about judgment. Everyone wants other people to receive judgment for what they have done (or what we think they have done). But no one wants to be judge...
Lesson 4
“Fear God and Give Him
(Revelation 14, Ecclesiastes 12, Matthew 5 &
Many years ago I purchased a black baseball type cap that says in big red letters on the front, "Fear God." A great rebuke to pagans, right! And a reminder to the rest of us. However, I have rarely...
Lesson 3
The Everlasting Gospel
(Revelation 14)
What comes to mind when you think about the book of Revelation? Many assume they cannot understand it. The frightful looking beasts, the plagues and terrors cast on the earth, and the warnings of w...
Lesson 2
A Moment of Destiny
(Revelation 14, Matthew 24, Mark 4)
This week I read the results of a survey of over 37,000 American college students taken by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. The survey had to do with free speech and violence. Nea...
Lesson 1
Jesus Wins – Satan Lose
(Revelation 12)
Are you optimistic about the future? I'm reading a book by Jonathan Cahn entitled "The Return of the Gods." Cahn argues that the pagan gods which were dominant during the Old Testament and whose fo...

Emotional Intelligence

Can the Bible help you get promoted at work? Can the Bible increase your pay? Can the Bible help you keep your job? Improve your marriage? The answer is “Yes!” The Bible teaches principles of “emotional intelligence” that can actually help you to be smarter and get along better. Bruce Cameron, the writer of these Bible studies and a law professor, has published a paper written for lawyers which presents 17 Bible-based rules of emotional intelligence which God gave us to improve our lives. Best of all, Professor Cameron’s paper is free and you do not have to be a lawyer to understand it. To get your free copy, first click on this link. Second, when you see the title of the paper (EI, EI, Oh What an Employee), click on the “One-Click Download” and the paper will download to your computer as a PDF. If you have friends who want to read the paper, have them go to the website and download it as well.