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The Way Of Righteousness

In the studies on "The Way of Righteousness" we explore the Writings of the Prophets which reveal how unrighteous people can become righteous before God.† Which way are you following--the way of righteousness or the way of unrighteousness? Do you want to know the way of righteousness that comes from God? The Word of God says, "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled." (Injeel, Matt. 5:6)

In these studies on The Way of Righteousness, we will study the Scriptures chronologically, beginning where God Himself begins, that is, at the very beginning. †We will learn many important things about God and the prophets. We will see that although many prophets wrote the Holy Scriptures, only one Author inspired the prophets: God. The Scriptures of the Prophets contain many stories, but only one central message: the Good News about how people can be made righteous before God.

Thousands of years ago, the prophet Job {Ayyub in Arabic} asked the question, "How can a man be righteous before God?" (Prophets, Job 9:2) Do you know God's answer to Job's question? Do you know how you can be righteous before God? Do you desire to seek Him and His answers?† If you want to know God's response to this question and many others, we invite you to read and study with us in the series The Way of Righteousness. God makes this promise: "If you seek me with all your heart, you will find me!" (Prophets, Jer. 29:13)

Please check out the individual studies below that interests you.

What does Scriptures teach about Adamís Sin?
What is Sin? The dictionary describes sin as a transgression of a religious or moral law. It is the disobedience of a law, command or duty given by God, or doing anything against the will of God. Read what happened in the Garden of Eden when Adam was faced with the choice of obeying God or not. What do the Holy Scriptures teach? To read more click here



Noah and God's Judgment and Faithfulness
The study concerning Noah will be of great value to us, because the days of Noah were similar to the times in which we live today. In the time of Noah, the world was filled to the brim with sin. The Scriptures say that "the wickedness of man was great on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time." (Taurat - Gen. 6:5). Men were ruining the world which God had created for them. Many had religion, but it was merely for show. Fleshly pleasure was their god, and their sins just kept piling up! For further reading click here



Abraham - God's Friend
The Scripture refers to this man as ďthe friend of GodĒ and ďthe father of all who believe.Ē Do you know who it is? It is the prophet of God, Abraham {Ibrahim in Arabic}. The Holy Scriptures speak a great deal about Abraham. His name appears in the Writings of the Prophets more than three hundred times. Therefore, God willing, we will search the Scriptures to discover what they teach concerning this man who was called the friend of God. In this first part we intend to look into the story of Abraham, to see how God called him to follow Him, and why He called him and what God promised him. For further reading click here



Abraham's Sacrifice (Adha)
In the first part on Abraham, we have seen how God promised to make Abraham the father of a new nation from which the prophets of God and the Savior of the world would come. However, up to this point in the story, Sarah, Abrahamís wife had not yet borne a son and both she and Abraham were extremely old. In this part we see how God fulfilled His promise to Abraham and what God accomplished through him. For further reading click here



Prophet Moses - to whom God spoke face to face
In this first of a four part study on Prophet Moses {Musa in Arabic} we will study how God spoke with Moses face to face and what God planned to do through him. As you should know, there are five books in the Torah (Taurat in Arabic) which God's prophet, Moses, wrote. In our last study on Prophet Abraham we were reading in the book of Genesis, and now we are studying from the second book which is called Exodus. Our prayer to God is that He will enlighten our minds and our hearts in all that we read in this profound book that is full of valuable instruction. For further reading click here



Prophet Moses - and the salvation of God
In this second of a four part study on Prophet Moses {Musa in Arabic} we will study how God delivered the people of God from the Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. In our previous study, we saw how God sent Moses and Aaron to Pharaoh to free the children of Israel from their slavery in Egypt. They said to Pharaoh: "The Lord, the God of Israel, says, 'Let my people go worship me in the wilderness!'" However, Pharaoh replied to them: "Who is the Lord, that I should obey him and let Israel go? I do not know the Lord and I will not let Israel go!" (Taurat - Exod. 5:2). For further reading click here



Prophet Moses - and the Holy Law of God
In this third of a four part study on Prophet Moses {Musa in Arabic}, we will study how God sustains the people of God through the wilderness and gives them the law of God to which to live by.† In our last study, we saw how God saved the people of Israel from the hand of Pharaoh and his troops.††† Where as all of the first born of the Egyptians were killed, God delivered the first born of the Israelites from death, because of the blood of the lamb, which they put on the doors of their houses. For God Himself had said, "The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you." (Taurat - Exod. 12:13). For further reading click here



Prophet Moses - and Godís plan for the Forgiveness of Sin
We have come to the final of a four part study on Prophet Moses {Musa in Arabic}. In our last study we saw how God descended on Mount Sinai in fire, thunder and lightning to deliver His ten holy commandments to the tribes of Israel. The Israelites did not realize that they lacked the strength to fulfill the will of God perfectly. They did not recognize just how far they were from God and His great glory. That is precisely why God gave the Israelites ten perfect commandments, saying to them: Keep them all, if you can! But whoever fails in even one point will be separated from Me forever! God intended, through those burdensome commandments, to reveal to the tribes of Israel and to the whole world their lack of ability to please Him. For further reading click here



Prophet David - and Godís Promise
We start part one of our two part study on Prophet David {Dawood in Arabic} and see what God did and promised through him about the Messiah {Al Masih in Arabic}. Prophet David who also was a king is very prominent in the Holy Scriptures. His name appears more than one thousand times. What do know about him? God's plan to redeem the children of Adam from their sins was moving ahead, because it was through the descendants of David that the Messiah who is the Redeemer would come into the world. For further reading click here



Prophet David and the Messiah (Al Masih)
In our first of our two part study on Prophet David {Dawood in Arabic} we read what God testified concerning him: "I have found David son of Jesse a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do." In addition we read how David became the King of Israel and was a just and compassionate king who sincerely cherished the Word of God. In this second of two part study we will learn God's plan to redeem the children of Adam from their sins through the descendants of David, who is the Messiah {Al Masih in Arabic}. For further reading click here



Prophets of God - Solomon, Elijah, Jonah and Isaiah
In our first of a two part study on some of the Prophets of God between David {Dawood} and Jesus {Isa} we read what God taught us concerning himself and his plan for all peoples. In this first part we shall study some of the things that God has revealed through prophets such as Solomon {Suleman}, Elijah {Ilyas}, Jonah {Yunus} and Isaiah. In the past study we have studied the story of the prophet David and what God inspired through him in the book of Psalms {Zabur}. We begin this with the story of his son Prophet Solomon. For further reading click here



Prophets of God - Jeremiah, Daniel, Zechariah and Malachi
In our second of a two part study on some of the Prophets of God between David {Dawood} and Jesus {Isa} we continue to learn what God taught us concerning himself and his plan for all peoples. In the first part we studied about his prophets such as Solomon {Suleman}, Elijah {Ilyas}, Jonah {Yunus} and Isaiah. In this second part, we proceed on with some other major prophets such as Jeremiah, Daniel, Zechariah {Zakaria}, and Malachi. In this second part we begin with how God spoke through Jeremiah in a mighty way for example the scripture that came to us through this prophet taught that "the heart [of man] is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it? For further reading click here



Prophet John and the Messiah's Birth
In our last study, we finished our journey through the first section of the Holy Scriptures, the section that contains the Torah {Taurat}, the Psalms {Zabur} and Writings of the Prophets {Prophets}. That first section is called the First Covenant, also known as the Old Testament. Now we go forward and begin our study of the second section of the Word of God, called the New Testament, or the New Covenant {Injeel or Injil}. We learn that the words of the New Covenant were written after the Messiah was born. Thus, the message of God's prophets in the First Covenant was: "God will send the Messiah!" But the message of the New Covenant is: "God has sent the Messiah, just as He promised through His prophets in the First Covenant!" In this specific study we look at the virgin birth of Jesus the Messiah. For further reading click here



The Miracles and Teachings of Jesus the Messiah
In our last study in the holy book of the Gospel {Injeel}, we read the thrilling story of the Messiah's birth. No one has ever been born as Jesus was. He was born of a virgin, by the power of God, in the town of Bethlehem, exactly as prophesied. Now as we continue and see how Jesusí teachings and works were very different from all who preceded Him. Jesus did not have a wife, a house, or worldly riches. He was unique among men. Only one thing was important to Him: to do the will of the One who sent Him; to finish the work which God had given Him to do. For further reading click here



The Authority and Power of Jesus the Messiah
In our study in the Holy Gospel {Injeel}, we read that Jesus the Messiah was unique in many ways. Never has there been another who has spoken such clear and profound words as He. Those who heard Him were astonished, because He taught them with an authority which their priests and teachers {imams) of the law did not have. In this study in the life of Jesus, we will consider how he displayed his Authority and Power . A few words from the mouth of Jesus were of greater value than a multitude of words from their religious leaders. Not only did He teach that which contradicted their traditions, but He also exposed their hypocrisy before all! For further reading click here



The Division Caused by Jesus the Messiah
In our study in the holy Gospel {Injeel}, we have studied that Jesus the Messiah was unique in His Life, in His Teaching and in our last study in we studied that Godís Word tells us that all power and all authority have been given to Jesus the Messiah. We discovered that Jesus the Messiah possessed authority which surpassed the authority of a mere prophet. Jesus was full of the power of God. He was the very Power of God in a human body. These and many other teachings such as these resulted in him causing division. Jesus says that he did not come to bring Peace but Division! For further reading on this topic to find out what was it that resulted in Jesus, God's Holy Messiah causing divison click here



The Claims made by Jesus the Messiah
In our study in the holy Gospel {Injeel}, we have studied that Jesus the Messiah was unique in His Life, in His Teaching, in His authority and in our last study in we studied as a result there was much division caused among the Jews. We also discovered that Jesus the Messiah possessed authority which surpassed the authority of a mere prophet. Jesus was full of the power of God. He was the very Power of God in a human body. In this study we will continue and discover the Claims being made by Jesus the Messiah, some very disturbing claims of himself, that a mere prophet of God would and should not. To read more please click here



The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus the Messiah
In our final study in the holy Gospel {Injeel}, we take a look at the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus the Messiah. Was he Crucified? Could a Prophet of God be defeated by Crucifixion? Could not have God protected his Prophet from being killed? If he was Crucified, who asceneded to Heaven Alive? Did Jesus rise back to life? But if he was Crucified, what was the reason God allowed that? We learn that Jesus was fully aware of the fact that he was going to be killed and willingly went to his own death? But why? In this final study we conclude with the amazing discovery that death could not contain Jesus the Messiah, and he was victorious over death. To read more please click here





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