Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

Florence Nightingale “The Lady of the Lamp”:

Florence Nightingale is one of my most favorite woman in history. She was the first woman nurse in Britain and served in the Crimean war. Florence changed the whole perception about women in the nursing profession. Her dedicated service to the wounded soldiers is why I admire her. It was not fashionable for women to be nurses at that time. She was a Christian women who taught the medical world how ...[Read More]

Fear and the Bondage of Sin:

Just thinking about the fear that must have been in the hearts of the fugitive slaves heading for the Underground Railroad must have been overwhelming. The goal of reaching freedom and safety outweighed the fear of being caught and taken back to being in bondage. We are in bondage as well, that is the bondage of sin.  We cannot free ourselves because we would not even be aware of being in bondage ...[Read More]

Harriet Tubman Unsung Hero from the Civil War:

Harriet Tubman was an unsung hero from the Civil War.  She was a woman who successfully aided many slaves to escape before and during the Civil War. Harriet Tubman was a “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. There is many things that can be said about the character of Harriet Tubman that holds her in high esteem. I respect her dedication to her cause and her commitment to what she believed. The ...[Read More]

The church of the Laodiceans:

Reveals who Jesus is: 14 “And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;” (Revelation 3:14). Laodicean, is an inhabitant of Laodicea. (Strong. 2001. # 2994). Laodicea was located about forty-three miles to the southeast of Philadelphia, eleven miles west of Colosse and six miles south of Hi ...[Read More]

The church in Philadelphia:

Reveals who Jesus is:  “And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth;” (Revelation 3: 7). The church in Philadelphia is a city of Lydia in Asia Minor, situated near the eastern base of Mount Tmolus, founded and named by the Pergamene ki ...[Read More]

The church in Sardis:

Reveals who Jesus is: 1   And unto the angel of the church in Sardis [a luxurious city in Asia Minor, the capital of Lydia (Strong. 2001. # 4554)] write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. (Revelation 3:1). The city of Sardis which is modern Sart. It was located approximately thirty ...[Read More]

The church in Thyatira:

Reveals who Jesus is: “And unto the angel of the church in Thyatira write; These things saith the Son of God, who hath his eyes like unto a flame of fire, and his feet are like fine brass.” (Revelations: 2:18). Thyatira is a colony of Macedonia Greeks, situated between Sardis and Pergamos on the river Lycus; its inhabitants gained their living by traffic and the art of dyeing in purple. (Strong. 2 ...[Read More]

The church in Pergamos:

Reveals who Jesus is:  “And to the angel of the church in Pergamos write; These things saith he which hath the sharp sword with two edges.” (Revelation 2:12). Pergamos is a city of Mysia Minor, in Asia Minor, the seat of the dynasties of Attalus and Eumenes, famous for its temple of Aesculapius and the invention and manufacture of parchment. The river Selinus flowed through it and the Cetius ran p ...[Read More]

The church in Smyrna:

Smyrna was a Roman province of Asia, it was on the Aegean shore of what is now Asiatic Turkey. Today Smyrna is Izmir in Turkey and is the second largest city in Asiatic Turkey. It grew to be prosperous because it was a natural port for the trade route through the Hermus valley.  Smyrna was close to the Roman power and was famous for its beauty and for the grandeur of its public buildings. Smyrna h ...[Read More]

The Church of Ephesus:

John was instructed to write the letter unto the angel of the church of Ephesus saying; “These things said he that hold the seven stars in his right hand, who walks in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks. (Revelation 2:1). Revelation 2:1–3 not only is a message written to the church of Ephesus it also is identifying Jesus Christ as the their protector, and His ultimate power and His authori ...[Read More]