This is the account of the apostle Peter’s miraculous escape from prison. It’s an exciting, humorous and tragic story. It’s also one that is sure to stir your faith, so don’t miss it.
Simon the sorcerer is the topic of this lesson. He was a man that had great demonic power, but when he saw the signs and wonders the Lord was doing through Philip, he got saved and baptized in water. When Peter and John went to Samaria to help Philip with the revival, Peter rebuked Simon for wanting to buy the gift of God. This is a very interesting message.
Peter’s first sermon after Jesus rose again is the subject of this lesson. This happened on the Day of Pentecost and the first thing he did was to explain what happened with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Then he told the large crowd what Jesus did for them and then exposed their guilt so that they might come to repentance. This is a great sermon to study.
We will finish studying in this lesson the account of Jesus talking to a rich, young ruler. We will touch on some sensitive points that are important to most everyone. This is a good lesson that could help you walk a little nearer to Jesus.
In this lesson we find that Jesus is still eating at a prominent Pharisee’s house. He gives a very challenging parable that teaches who will and will not enter the Kingdom of God. This is a very important teaching, is also very radical.
In this lesson we will examine what Jesus meant when He told us to make every effort to enter the Kingdom of God. We will also search out the meaning of what Jesus said about many will try to enter, but will not be able to. This is a very interesting lesson so don’t miss it.
This lesson begins with Jesus teaching the disciples to not fear those who can kill the body, but to fear God who after killing the body can cast the person into hell. Central to this thought is our need to love Jesus more than ourselves. This is necessary if we are going to live out the Biblical faith. From this subject Jesus moves on to teach what is often called the unforgiveable sin. You need to listen to this podcast to learn what that sin really is.
In this lesson we will see Jesus take on the Pharisees and experts in the Mosaic Law. Afterwards He does a little teaching to the disciples on how not to become like those religious hypocrites. This is an exciting lesson.
Jesus ate dinner at a Pharisee’s house and the intense discussion that took place is the topic of this lesson. This is an exciting podcast that revolves around an exciting confrontation between Jesus and some religious people.
We are going to study the teaching Jesus gave after casting out a demon and the confront this caused with the religious Jews. The topics of demon possession, Mary the earthly mother of Jesus and walking in the light are some of the subjects that will come up. This is a good lesson from Luke chapter eleven.
In the beginning of this lesson we will finish studying our Lord’s teaching on prayer from Luke chapter 11. Then we will examine what happened after Jesus cast a demon out of a man that was unable to speak. This is an interesting lesson.
As Jesus was passing through Samaria He was rejected by a village. James and John were so angry they wanted Jesus to call down fire on them and consume the entire village. This is an interesting account that exposes the anger and prejudice that can be us and that we must get victory over it. This account leads into the next event where Jesus had a brief conversation with three men. We will only begin looking at this account. There is some good stuff in this study.
In this lesson we will cover a lot of ground. We will finish studying the Lord’s visit to Capernaum and what happens when He leaves. Then we will examine Peter’s call to follow Jesus. Finally, we will begin looking at the account of a leper that begs Jesus to heal him. There are some great lessons to be learned from this podcast.
When Jesus visited His hometown He didn’t get a very good reception from the religious Jews. In fact, they tried to kill Him. In this message you will find out why they wanted to kill Him and what He was offering them that they rejected.
In this lesson we will study the third temptation of Christ as recorded in the Gospel of Luke. How this temptation relates to us is enlightening and practical. Jesus made the way that we can overcome the devil through the grace and power He freely offers us. This lesson is important for minsters to listen to since there are some profound truths that relate to them.
The four verses we will study in this lesson deals with the divinity of Christ, the Trinity and our response to this revelation knowledge. This truth has come to us through salvation history and His Word. There are some very challenging thoughts presented in this lesson.
In this portion of Scripture John continues his discourse on false teachers. The serious nature of this threat against the true church is real and this is why the apostle takes so much time to press this thought home. Integral to standing against deception is to abide in Christ. Don’t miss this encouraging message.
The apostle John gave us a very strong command, “Do not love the world or anything in the world.” This comes out of First John 2:15 and is an extremely important truth we need to correctly understand and live out. This teaching will challenge you.
First John 1:8-10 are the verses we will study in this lesson. The themes of deception and redemption will come out in stark contrast. This message will encourage your faith if you are a follower of Jesus and help you come to salvation is you are not.
The Apostle Paul’s command that we put on the full armor of God is the focus of this lesson that comes out of Ephesians 6:13. We not only have to believe that this spiritual war is real and that we have a spiritual enemy that wants to do us eternal harm, but we must be willing to fight.