This lesson is about the conversion of an Ethiopian who was the nation’s treasurer. It’s a wonderful example of what true salvation looks like and what we should be seeking the Lord to do in our nation. As an added bonus we are given a peek at the rapture. You will have to listen to understand what I mean by that.
In this lesson we will study the final words Jesus spoke to the disciples at the Last Supper. Then we will examine Jesus going to the Garden of Gethsemane and His command, which was also an invitation, for the disciples to pray with Him. Instead, they all fell asleep. There are some powerful lessons we all need to learn from this account.
This lesson begins by looking at what Jesus said to the apostles about what would happen to Him when He went to Jerusalem. The second half of this study focuses upon Bart, a blind beggar that Jesus healed. There are some very valuable truths in this account that will surely be a blessing to you.
This lesson begins with Jesus blessing some babies and little children. This in turn caused the Lord to do some teaching on the absolute necessity to be like little children if we want to enter the Kingdom of God. After this account we will begin digging into the true story of a rich young ruler that sought after Jesus because he wanted to know how to inherit the Kingdom of God. This is a great lesson.
As we end our study in Luke chapter 12 we will begin digging into chapter 13. In the 11 verses we will examine, there are 3 important topics that are addressed. The first is about understanding the times, the second is our need to agree with our adversary and finally, unless we repent, we won’t enter the Kingdom of God. This is a challenging message.
As we are nearing the end of our study in Luke chapter 12, Jesus warns us that there is a day of judgment. He did this out of love; for true love warns of the dangers we face. The Lord goes on to talk about His coming suffering and of the radical nature of the true faith. Jesus said in verse 49, “I have come to bring fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!” This is the heart of God for His people, so it would be good for us to learn what this means. Don’t miss this lesson.
There are two historical accounts we will look at in this study and learn how they apply to our lives today. The first is the raising from the dead Jairus’ daughter and the second is when Jesus sent out the 12 apostles to heal the sick, cast out devils and preach the Good News of the Kingdom of God.
In this lesson we will look at two people that were touched by Jesus and how their lives were never the same. The first is a religious leader and the second a suffering nameless woman. These two accounts are powerful and faith stirring.
This lesson is on the man who was possessed by a legion of demons that Jesus set free. This is an awesome story about the love and power of God revealed to a poor, miserable sinner. Don’t miss this episode of the Radical Truth Podcast.
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.
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.
In this lesson on Ephesians 5:21-23 we will learn how we are commanded to submit to one another and then what it means for a wife to properly submit to her husband. This message is very important for our day and age so don’t miss it. You can subscribe for free to this podcast through iTunes, Google Play Music, Spotify, Blubrry, Stitcher and Tunein.
In this podcast we will study John 16 verses 23 to the end of the chapter. This portion of Scripture is Christ’s final admonishments to the disciples before He is crucified. The two primary subjects of this section of the Bible is prayer and victory over the world. Both are an integral part of living the victorious Christian life. Because Jesus was and is the absolute victor we can pray to the Father in His name and walk in the victory He owns by right as Creator and Redeemer.
John 16:8-22 are the verses we are studying in this podcast. The principle subject we will examine is some of Christ’s teaching on the ministry of the Holy Spirit. This is some very necessary truths that Christians need to understand so don’t miss this one.
This lesson is on the account of Jesus washing the disciple’s feet that is found in John chapter 13. The Biblical faith is all about being like Jesus and in this story we can see Jesus a little more clearly so we know a little better of what it means to be one of His followers.
In this lesson we will dig into the final seven verses of John 12 where Jesus boldly declares His divinity. This is the final teaching that He gives in public. We will also look at verse one of chapter 13 which is about the final Passover Jesus celebrates. The opening event John writes about is where Jesus washes the feet of the disciples. This is a very interesting section of Scripture that I know you will enjoy.