Bible Teachings at NeoXenos

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Old Testament

Historical Prophetic Wisdom Literature Bible Characters
Genesis

Joshua

Isaiah

Daniel

Job

Psalms

Ecclesiastes

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

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Sacrifice

Greg teaches over the story of Abraham and Isaac and how it applies to us today.

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Flesh vs. Spirit

Keith explains the difference in mindsets between being in the flesh vs. being in the spirit.

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Condition vs. Postion

Keith Continues to dive into Romans 8 to explain Condition vs. Position

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The Life of Abraham

Joel Discusses the life of Abraham in a few different chapters of Genesis.

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No Condemnation

Kieth goes over Romans 8:1 and shares how we are no longer under any condemnation.

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King Asa

Adam and Logan dive into 2 Chronicles and talk about the life of king Asa

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Courage through trials

Greg goes over Daniel 3 and describes the faith of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego through their captivity.

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The beast within- Romans 7

Keith continues in Romans and teaches on our sin nature.

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God’s Freedom

Keith continues in Romans and explains the mysteries of God’s freedom.

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Why Go To a Bible Study?

Keith is back as the summer closes and discusses why anybody would go to a bible study.

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