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 are now fully immersed in Christ’s resurrection. There are two accounts that we will spend some time studying in this lesson. The first is the role some prominent women played in announcing our Lord’s resurrection. And second, how the resurrected Savior revealed Himself to two disciples. This is a wonderful portion of Scripture to study.
We now come in our study of the Gospel of Luke to the hill called The Skull, otherwise known as Golgotha or Calvary, where Jesus was crucified. We will see the people mocking Him, but we will also see a wicked man become the first convert of the crucified Savior. This is a moving message so don’t miss it.
In this lesson from Luke chapter 23 we will study the final moments of Christ’s sham trail and His walk to Calvary. We will learn about a prophesy He made to some women while carrying His cross. This is a stirring message.
The Lord’s Supper or Communion is part of what we will study in this lesson. After Jesus broke the bread and passed to the disciples He shared with them the suffering that would shortly come upon Him. Yet right after this the disciples began a debate over who would be greatest in Christ’s Kingdom. This is a very interesting lesson, so don’t miss it.
In the verses we are studying there are two primary subjects. The first is that Satan possesses Judas to the betraying of Jesus and the second is that Jesus and the disciples celebrate the Passover. We are heading towards the cross and we will see Jesus more beautiful and loving then we can naturally see.
There are two parts of this portion of Luke’s Gospel that we will study in this lesson. The first is The Parable of the Tenants. Through this parable Jesus exposed the wicked schemes of the religious elite and how they would kill Him. The second is the continuation of Jesus confronting these hypocrites after they tried to trap Jesus. How Jesus responded to their attacks was simple, yet profound. This is a very interesting lesson.
Jesus asked His disciples “Who do you say is the Son of Man?” Peter gave a clear. strong answer, “You are the Christ.” This lesson will focus on this account that is recorded in the Gospel of Luke. So who do you say that Jesus is?
Throughout John’s first epistle he has been teaching theology, but from the every-day-man’s approach. In the verses we will study in this lesson, he will get a little more formal in defending the divinity and humanity of Christ. This lesson is both interesting and challenging.
In verses 9-10 of First John chapter 4 we will study some very challenging truths about love. This lesson may upset some of your ideas about love and how it works. Yet as Jesus taught, “The truth will set you free.” Listen to this message and let God revolutionize your love.
In this lesson we will examine First John 2:1-2. The principle subject of this study is on Christ’s work of atonement through His death on the cross. This truth is foundational to the Biblical faith and understanding this is necessary to help us live out what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
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.
We are beginning a new series that is on First John. This lesson examines who authored this epistle and the when, where and why it was written. There are a lot of very interesting facts in this lesson that will help us understand the book a little better. You will enjoy this teaching.
Two verses are the focus of our continuing study of Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. We will look at verses 10-11 of chapter six that begins Paul’s discourse on spiritual warfare. This is an encouraging, yet challenging lesson so don’t miss it. You can subscribe for free to this weekly podcast through iTunes, Google Play Music, Spotify, Blubrry, Tunein or Stitcher.
In this lesson we will concentrate on Ephesians 5:23-27. Verses 23 and 24 focus upon the government of the home and how a wife is to submit to her husband. Verses 25-27 speak of the high calling of a husband to love his wife as Jesus loves the true church and gave Himself up for her. This is a very practical and needed lesson so don’t miss it.
This is part 42 in our continuing study on Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians. In this lesson we are looking at chapter five, verses 13-17. The main topics that will be addressed is how God is like light that exposes the hidden things in our heart and mind, and that we must be careful in how we live so that we can make the most of every opportunity. Finally, we must know God’s will. This teaching will challenge and encourage you.
Verses nine through eleven of the forth chapter of Ephesians are three very challenging verses. They focus upon two subjects. First, what did Paul mean that Jesus descended and then ascended. Second, what is the fivefold ministry? If you haven’t subscribed to this weekly podcast then you can do it for free through iTunes, Google Play Music, Blubrry, Spotify, Stitcher and Tunein. So don’t miss a single lesson.
Our lesson today comes from Ephesians 3:17-18. In these two verses Paul teaches on how we need the divine power of the Holy Spirit to be rooted and established in God’s love. The Lord wants us to know how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. This is an awesome portion of Scripture to study.
In today’s lesson we will accomplish two things. First, we will finish studying the seven last sayings of Jesus from the cross and will mainly focus upon the seventh which is, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” Second, we will finish studying John chapter 19:31-42. In these verses we will see Jesus pierced with a Roman spear to prove He was dead and to fulfill prophecy. Then we will see two members of the Sanhedrin Council that condemned Jesus actually burying of Him in a very respectful manner.