Biblical Studies

Here you will find sermons, topical studies and Biblical insights written by Ministrymaker’s church leaders, teachers, and contributors.

“Backsliders like preaching that wouldn’t hit the side of a house, while a real disciple is delighted when the truth brings him to his knees.” – Billy Sunday


  • Falling Short of the Grace of God

    If God’s grace is not earned, is it possible to fall short of it? Can we be saved but in a place where God’s favor isn’t upon us?

  • Feeding of the 5,000

    Day-to-day ministry may not be as exciting as a special event or crusade but it’s very necessary. The local church is a lot of work, but very necessary.

  • Foot Washing in the Bible

    Should foot washings be practiced by the church today? The account of foot washing is given in John 13:1-17 and was an example Jesus set for us to follow.

  • How to Be Faithful to God

    God is not looking for perfection or people who seem to have it all together. He is simply searching for those who will be committed and faithful.

  • How to Resist Sin and Temptation

    When we succumb to sin, we are in danger of becoming its slave. Like fish going after a shiny lure, if we take the bait, death ensues. God’s design is victory!

  • How to Study the Bible

    One of the best ways to study the Bible is by using the inductive method.

  • How to Study the Book of Revelation

    Many Christians find it hard to study the book of Revelation, while others believe it is impossible to interpret.

  • Lack of Conviction in a Christian’s Life

    There are six basic definitions or categories that sin falls under. As born again children of God, we should feel deep conviction when we transgress any of these areas.

  • Leviticus 14:1-6: The Cleansing of Leprosy

    This passage is in reference to the cleansing of a leper. Leprosy is symbolic and is a type of sin and therefore symbolizes Jesus’ blood cleansing sinners of their sin.

  • Should Christians Keep the Sabbath?

    The sabbath was set apart by God to give people a day to rest from their labors. They turned it into legalism which bound Christians instead of giving them rest.

  • Similarities Between Leprosy and Sin

    Leprosy was used in the Bible as a powerful illustration of the devastating power of sin in our lives.

  • Spiritual Inclusiveness

    Jesus paid the price that all might be included into His kingdom and family. It’s all-inclusive.

  • The Blessed Hope of the Christian

    Hope is a necessity of life, and the enemy of our souls attempts to drain every ounce of it from us that he can.

  • The Four Beasts of Revelation

    What are the four beasts or living creatures in Revelation? Are they cherubims or seraphims or an entirely different type of heavenly being?

  • True Spirituality

    The Pharisees seemed outwardly perfect but Jesus called them hypocrites. How can we tell if we are really spiritual?

  • What the Bible Says About Mediums

    When we seek guidance from mediums we are trusting in the spirits they are consulting instead of God.

  • Where is God in Our Pain?

    There are times when God seems to withdraw from us. Because of our emotions, we usually don’t feel the presence of God during a crisis.