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We have several free Bible studies, impactful messages, with the simplest interpretation. Each Bible study will bring you closer to God.

The Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes: An In-Depth Study of John 6:1-15

The Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes: An In-Depth Study of John 6:1-15

The multiplication of the loaves and fishes is one of the most iconic narratives in the New Testament, highlighting the miraculous power of Jesus and his deep care for humanity. This miracle, recorded in John 6:1-15, not only demonstrates Jesus' divine ability to provide for physical needs but also contains profound spiritual lessons that continue to resonate with believers to this day. This Bible study sets out to explore each verse of this passage, offering a richer, more contextualized understanding of the event. By examining John 6:1-15, we find an opportunity to deepen our understanding of Jesus' compassion, the importance…
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Bible Study: Jesus Declares Himself Son of God in John 5:16-47

Bible Study: Jesus Declares Himself Son of God in John 5:16-47

The gospel of John is one of the most profound and theological books in the New Testament, offering unique insight into the divinity of Jesus Christ. In John 5:16-47, we find one of Jesus' most significant speeches, where He claims to be the Son of God and equal to the Father. This passage is fundamental for us to understand the identity and mission of Jesus, as well as His relationship with God Father. In this study, we will explore verse by verse, analyzing Jesus' statements and their implications. We will see how Jesus clearly and unequivocally positions himself as the…
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Bible Study on John 5:1-15: The Healing of a Paralytic from Bethesda

Bible Study on John 5:1-15: The Healing of a Paralytic from Bethesda

The Gospel of John, known for its theological depth and rich narratives, offers us an impressive account in chapter 5, verses 1 to 15. This excerpt describes Jesus' healing of a paralytic, a miracle that not only reveals compassion and the power of Christ, but also presents an opportunity to reflect on faith, obedience, and transformation. In this study, we will examine each verse in detail, complementing it with other biblical texts and explanations that help to deepen the understanding of this miracle. John 5:1 “After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.”…
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Bible Study on John 4:43-54: The Healing of the Son of a King’s Official

Bible Study on John 4:43-54: The Healing of the Son of a King’s Official

The Gospel of John is rich in narratives that show the divinity of Jesus through His miracles and teachings. One of these narratives is found in John 4:43-54, where Jesus heals the son of a king's official. This passage not only reveals the power of Jesus, but also highlights the importance of faith. In this study, we will analyze verse by verse to better understand this powerful message. John 4:43 “And two days afterward he departed from there, and went into Galilee.” After staying two days in Samaria, where many believed His word, Jesus left for Galilee. This movement is significant,…
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Complete Bible Study of John 3:22-36

Complete Bible Study of John 3:22-36

John 3:22: “After this Jesus and his disciples went into the land of Judea; and he was there with them, and baptized.” After his conversation with Nicodemus, Jesus and his disciples head to the region of Judea. This movement shows the continuity of Jesus' ministry and his dedication to teaching and baptizing. The act of baptizing, mentioned here, symbolizes purification and new life in Christ, similar to the practice of John the Baptist, but pointing to the redemptive work of Jesus. John 3:23: “Now John also baptized in Enon, near Salim, because there was much water there; and they came there, and…
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John 2 Bible Study: Jesus’ First Miracle and the Cleansing of the Temple

John 2 Bible Study: Jesus’ First Miracle and the Cleansing of the Temple

Chapter 2 of the Gospel of John is a rich and significant passage, describing Jesus' first miracle, turning water into wine at the wedding at Cana, and the purification of the Temple in Jerusalem. This in-depth Bible study aims to explore these events, providing explanations and connections to other parts of the Bible. 1. The Miracle at the Wedding at Cana (John 2:1-12) John 2:1-2 : “And on the third day a wedding was held in Cana in Galilee; and the mother of Jesus was there. And Jesus and his disciples were also invited to the wedding.” The wedding at Cana takes…
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Bible Study of John 4:31-42: The Food of Jesus and the Spiritual Harvest

Bible Study of John 4:31-42: The Food of Jesus and the Spiritual Harvest

In this Bible study, we delve into John 4:31-42, an excerpt that reveals the depth of Jesus' mission and the importance of spiritual food. After meeting the Samaritan woman, Jesus uses agricultural metaphors to teach His disciples about the urgency of the spiritual harvest and the need to do God's will. This episode not only illuminates the true “food” of Jesus, but also highlights the essential collaboration between those who sow and those who reap in God’s work. The passage also emphasizes the transformative power of personal testimony and the direct revelation of Jesus as the Savior of the world.…
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John 1: The Word Became Flesh and Dwelt Among Us

John 1: The Word Became Flesh and Dwelt Among Us

The Gospel of John is unique among the four canonical gospels. Written by John, the beloved apostle, it stands out for its profound theological approach and for emphasizing the divinity of Jesus Christ from the beginning. Chapter 1, in particular, serves as a prologue of sorts, presenting Jesus as the Word, or Word of God, who became flesh. Verse 1: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” This verse establishes the eternal preexistence of Jesus Christ as the Word. He existed before the creation of the world and was in intimate…
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Psalm 51: A Dive into the Depth of Repentance and Mercy

Psalm 51: A Dive into the Depth of Repentance and Mercy

Psalm 51, born from King David's repentant heart after his sin with Bathsheba, is a poignant poem that invites us to delve into the depths of genuine repentance and divine mercy. More than a lament, it is a cry for restoration, a hymn to God's transforming grace. 1. Confession and Contrition: Acknowledging Transgression (Psalm 51:3-6) The psalm begins with a heartfelt plea for mercy and purification (Psalm 51:1-2). David recognizes the gravity of his sin, confessing his transgression and iniquity (Psalm 51:3-4). He does not seek excuses, but takes full responsibility for his actions, admitting his guilt before God (Psalm…
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Talking to God: Diving into the Transformative Power of Prayer

Talking to God: Diving into the Transformative Power of Prayer

Through biblical study on prayer, we can discover the deep Intimacy with the Heavenly Father Through Fervent Prayer. In a world that is spinning faster and faster, where constant noise and digital distractions take us away from our essence, there is an ancient path that connects us with the Divine and brings us peace, wisdom and purpose. This path is prayer. Prayer is much more than a set of words or a list of requests. It is an intimate and sincere conversation with our Creator, an opportunity to open our hearts, express our needs and be grateful for the blessings…
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