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Welcome to The Way Study Center.  Within this page, you will find Bible Study lessons and links to tools to help you grow and mature as a Christian.  We would love to hear how your life has been impacted by the lessons.  Email us:  info@nhwo.org.

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Seek God First Matthew 6:33  Week One Study Guide

Without faith, our study concerning God would be futile.  First, we must answer the question. Who is God?  You may think this is a trick question, but it is not.  The foundation for us growing in our relationship with God is understanding who He is.  When we come to Him in prayer, conversation, or the Word, we really need to know who we are coming to and why. Click here for the full study guide.

A Wealthy Place by Apostle Debra Allen

Are you on a journey to get to a wealthy place?  According to Psalms 66:12, there are some things you will go through but God will bring you ought.  The experiences of life are not intended to kill you; they strengthen you.  With each challenge, you develop a deeper trust in the power of God to deliver, to comfort, to support and lead you.  Financial struggles are not always due to lack of money but the mismanagement of that money.  One of the tools I use to stay on track with budgeting is a weekly chart of income and expenses for each month.  Every dollar spent must find a place on the chart.  After the bill has been paid, I highlight it in yellow.  At a glance, I can see exactly what remains that must be paid.  The goal is for everything to be paid by the end of the month.  Try using the chart for one month and let me know how well it works for you.  Click here.

Effective Prayer by Apostle Debra Allen

To have an effective prayer life, you must understand some basic principles of prayer.  First, prayer is about developing a divine relationship with God.  Through prayer you learn to cultivate a closer relationship.  You talk to God and you listen for Him to respond.  When you spend time with a person, you get to know that person and a level of trust develops.  The more you spend time in God's presence you will develop that trust level.  You will have more confidence in God's ability and not in your inability.      Continue....

To download the complete pdf study on Effective Prayer, click here

The Open Door by Apostle Debra Allen

When Jesus died, the middle wall of partition (the veil) that separated us from God because of our sins, was rent in two from top to bottom.  The rent veil signified that we were no longer alienated from God because of sin.  He destroyed the works of the devil and the sin issue.  Through his blood, he paid the debt for our sins. Now, we can freely walk and talk with God again.  We can "come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need." (Hebrews 4:16)   Even more significant than access to God was the fact that we became the family of God.   2 Corinthians 6:18 states, "And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty."   Jesus established an open door for us.  He provided a sense of family when he tore down the veil that separated us from God because of sin and introduced God as Father to us.  Now we have a heavenly family and we are of the household of God.  Continue... To download the complete pdf study, click here.


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