Zoom Studies

For people who cannot attend in person, Dearborn Bible Fellowship utilizes Zoom capabilities. At 4:00 PM on Sunday and Wednesday, a Zoom meeting invite is sent via email to all who want to be on the invite email. (The actual meeting starts at 5:00.) We normally begin singing together with Zoom in “gallery” mode so everyone can see and hear each other. After singing, we usually spend several minutes praying together. So, for those who cannot attend in person, the Zoom experience is as close as it can be to being here. After prayer time, Zoom is switched to speaker mode and the study portion is recorded through the Zoom utility. Only the speaker (typically Tom Bear) can be seen in the videos that are recorded. Links to those videos appear below. The ones that are in bold font are probably the most relevant in light of the current spiritual climate. (All videos can be downloaded and viewed at a later time if desired.)

December 7, 2020 John 11, Part I – Resurrection

December 9, 2020 Last half of Deuteronomy ch 7

December 13, 2020 John 11, Part II – Resurrection

December 16, 2020 Deuteronomy 8, Humility essential

December 20, 2020 John 11 Part III- How God uses the process of sanctification to prepare us for our own resurrection and how it affects Him emotionally.

December 23, 2020 Deuteronomy 9:1-3 Vibrant faith and abundant life manifest themselves most under persecution and threat of death and danger.

December 27, 2020 John 11 Part IV- The trajectory of the Christian- resurrection

December 30, 2020 Deuteronomy 9 continued: Our Battle against deadly pride.

January 4, 2021 John 11 Part V, the causes and effects of unbelief

January 6, 2021- Deuteronomy 9 part 3: How we must pray in view of God’s divine decree

January 10, 2021- John 12:1-8, The various types of people that comprise churches

January 13, 2021- Deuteronomy 10:1-11- How should a Christian show respect for God’s word and who is “The Destroyer?”

January 17, 2021 – John 12:9-19 The beginning of the most important week in all of history

January 20, 2021 – Deuteronomy 10:12-17- How God uses His Word to remove hardness of heart

January 24, 2021 – John 12:11-19 People pursuing immediate happiness or relief tend to find Jesus’ words unappealing so they live for the now.

January 27, 2021 – Deuteronomy 11- If you want to be in heaven after you die, you better saturate yourself with all of God’s Word, including books like Deuteronomy.

January 31, 2021 – John 12:20-33 A. Gentiles were excluded from the commonwealth of Israel B. The Son of Man was about to be glorified (the MAN, Christ Jesus)- the path was through death and we must follow Him.

February 3, 2021 Deut 12:1-4 It is difficult to imagine how any rational human being would pay homage to an idol made with human hands. But pressure will come upon Christians soon to do just that!

February 7, 2021 John 12:29-38 The darkness threatens to overtake us but thanks to God, the darkness is expelled as we believe into the Light, Jesus.

February 10, 2021 Deuteronomy 12: How O.T. believers viewed commandments in their relationships with God.

February 14, 2021 John 12:37-43 How Jesus coped as a child knowing who He was and what He came to do and how Isaiah saw Him before He came into the world.

February 17, 2021 Deuteronomy 13 The severity of God’s presribed punishment for those who turn people from God and an examination of false prophets/teachers

February 21, 2021 John 12:37-43: Some Pharisees believed into Jesus, yet, something was lacking in their faith because they would not confess Jesus for fear of man. God is working to grow our faith so that we choose Christ over our earthly life.

February 24, 2021 Deuteronomy 14 Dietary and tithing Sinai covenant laws and how different Christians see their appplication today (or not)

March 3, 2021 Deuteronomy 15- God desires His people to have behavior and attitudes that the world would call radical and nuts.

March 7, 2021 John 13:1-17 God is in the process of saving us by outfitting us for heaven with true humility.

March 11, 2021 John 13:18-30 God intends the Judas narrative to serve as a warning to each of us so that we don’t end up like him.

Deuteronomy 15:18-16:8 Jesus the firstborn set apart to die and pictured in the Passover

Deuteronomy 16:9-17:13 Discussion about feasts and righteous judgment

John 13:31-38 The cross, shameful and foolish to men but glorious to God

John 14:1-3 Jesus gives peace to help us go through the grief, pain and suffering, not escape it.

John 14:1-7 If you perceive the wrath of God, come thru Jesus to safe harbor with the Father

Deuteronomy 17 and 18- Instructions fit for a king and warnings about witchcraft, etc.

John 14:6-11 If you have seen Jesus, you have seen the Father and lived.

Deuteronomy 19 & 20: Laws about warfare, purgery and their spiritual applications for us.