In this lesson we will look at the end of the sermon Peter gave on the Day of Pentecost and see the response of the people to this message. We will also examine a topic he preached after the people inquired into how to be saved. This is a great section of Scripture to dig into, so don’t miss it.
We now come to the final lesson from the Gospel of Luke. This is about Christ resurrection, ascension and sending out His followers to make disciples of all nations. Jesus told those disciples to first go into Jerusalem and pray until the power of the Holy Spirit fills them and that’s where this Gospel ends, and the Book of Acts picks up. Guess what next book of the New Testament that we will study next?
The account of Matthew’s call to discipleship and conversion is the subject of this lesson. This is a wonderful expression of true salvation coming to a man that lived an ungodly life. You will be encouraged by this podcast. You can subscribe for free to this podcast through iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Tunein and Blubrry, just to name a few.
In these verses we will study the account of Jesus healing a leper that comes to Him and asks, “If you are willing, you can make me clean.” Jesus’ response is wonderful, “I am willing.” This is the heart of God that’s willing to heal the worst of the worst. This lesson is sure to encourage your heart and boost your faith.
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.
Ephesians 2:10-12 is the focus of this lesson. Though a few different topics come out in this portion of Scripture there are two I want to mention. The first is that we are God’s workmanship that was created to do good works and the second is our great need to rightly remember what we were before coming to Christ. This lesson will be a real encouragement to you.
James 1:5-8 are the verses we will study in this podcast. The three main subjects of these four verses focus upon our need for wisdom to live the victorious Christian life, how faith is an integral part of this and how being double-minded is ruinous. This is an interesting and challenging lesson so don’t miss it.
John 21:15-25 are the verses we will examine in this final episode in our study on the Gospel of John. We will learn why Peter denied the Lord and what it means to love Him. The loving heart of God is revealed in these verses through the act of reconciling Peter to Himself. This is a moving portion of the Gospel that is a powerful way to end this eyewitness account of the life of Christ.
Jn. 17:9-19 are the verses we are looking at in this study. Jesus is praying for the disciples. Though He is touching on many different subjects in these few verses what Jesus is praying is of tremendous value for Christians of all eras and nations. His prayer is moving towards the subject of sanctification, which is being set apart from the world to be set apart unto God. This is a message we are in desperate need of today.
In this podcast we will study John 12:26, which is the fourth truth Jesus taught on how we can know Him. There are three points within this verse that we will study, which are being like Jesus, being with Jesus and being honored by our Heavenly Father. There are some wonderful truths we will examine in this lesson so don’t miss this one.
In this podcast we begin studying chapter six of the Gospel of John. We will focus upon verses one through fifteen that tell the story of Jesus multiplying five small loaves of bread and two small fish to feed a huge multitude. Some of the lessons in this historical account are very powerful so don’t miss it.
In our continuing study of the Gospel of John we will examine today verses four through thirteen of the third chapter. This is a portion of the dialogue Jesus has the Nicodemus. What Jesus has to teach the Pharisee is powerful and profound and is of such importance that our eternity rests upon it. Through these verses Jesus will unfold a little more the radical nature of true salvation and how that comes about.