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Verse By Verse Bible Teaching
27 minutes | Mar 23, 2015
Who Then Can Be Saved? (Matthew 19:23-30)
Self-denial is the foundation of repentance and repentance is the only appropriate response a sinner can have to God’s heavenly call.
28 minutes | Mar 19, 2015
What Shall I Do To Have Eternal Life? (Matthew 19:16-22)
Our works will not save us, but God’s grace will supply us faith and faith will lead us to repent with eternal life being the grand reward at the end.
30 minutes | Mar 15, 2015
Allow the Little Children To Come To Me (Mark 10:13-16)
If the Lord of Lords and King of Kings has such affection for children, how much more encouragement do we need to teach and lead our children to Christ?
31 minutes | Mar 12, 2015
What God Has Joined Together (Matthew 19:1-12)
There are few things more painful than divorce. It cuts to the depth of a person. It is perhaps more emotionally devastating than the death of a spouse.
25 minutes | Mar 8, 2015
This Man Went To His House Justified (Luke 18:9-14)
There is no salvation and no justification before God by our own righteousness. The tax collector knew it and submitted himself to the God's righteousness.
25 minutes | Mar 4, 2015
Will He Find Faith On the Earth? (Luke 18:1-8)
The Lord’s delay should not be a hinderance to us. Rather, it should be the fuel of our perseverance.
29 minutes | Mar 1, 2015
When the Son of Man Is Revealed (Luke 17:20-37)
There is coming a day when Christ will return, the sheep will be separated from the goats, and judgment will be passed.
30 minutes | Feb 22, 2015
Your Faith Has Made You Whole (Luke 17:11-19)
What may appear to be just another miracle by Jesus Christ was, in fact, a profound lesson on the doctrines of grace and the gospel.
28 minutes | Feb 15, 2015
One Man Should Die For the People (John 11:45-54)
The divide of Israel was not upper versus lower class, religious versus sinners, or Jews versus Gentiles; it was believers in Christ versus unbelievers.
28 minutes | Feb 12, 2015
Lazarus, Come Out (John 11:37-44)
Whenever Christ said, “I am,” he gave proof it was true. When he said, “I am the resurrection and the life,” he brought Lazarus out of the grave.
32 minutes | Feb 9, 2015
I Am the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:17-36)
The object of our faith is not an idea or a doctrine. The sole object of our faith is a person. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life.”
30 minutes | Feb 5, 2015
This Sickness Is For the Glory of God (John 11:1-16)
The sickness, the death, and the resurrection of Lazarus was for one distinct purpose: that the Son of God may be glorified by it.
29 minutes | Feb 1, 2015
We Are Unprofitable Servants (Luke 17:1-10)
It was as if Jesus said to his disciples, “You’ve seen how the Pharisees behave. Now let me show you how a disciple of mine should behave.”
29 minutes | Jan 29, 2015
If They Do Not Hear Moses and the Prophets (Luke 16:19-31)
Jesus destroyed the Pharisees' preconceived notions in the middle of this story as he turned the positions of the rich man and the beggar upside-down.
30 minutes | Jan 25, 2015
Those Who Justify Yourselves Before Men (Luke 16:14-18)
When Jesus denounced the pursuit of earthly wealth for earthly gain, he forced the Pharisees to reveal themselves along with their true motives.
38 minutes | Jan 22, 2015
You Cannot Serve God and Wealth (Luke 16:1-13)
Jesus was a master at using unexpected people and events to teach spiritual lessons. In Luke 16, he used a dishonest steward to make a virtuous point.
38 minutes | Jan 19, 2015
This Brother of Yours Was Dead and Is Alive (Luke 15:25-32)
In response to the Pharisees, Jesus told the controversial and timeless tale of the prodigal son, his merciful father, and his hypocritical brother.
42 minutes | Jan 15, 2015
This Son of Mine Was Dead and Is Alive (Luke 15:11-24)
In response to the misguided perceptions of the Pharisees, Jesus told the controversial and timeless tale of the prodigal son and his merciful father.
41 minutes | Jan 12, 2015
Joy In Heaven Over One Sinner Who Repents (Luke 15:1-10)
The Pharisees indignantly complained at the sight of Jesus eating with publicans and so-called sinners. Jesus responded with a lesson on what gives God joy.
31 minutes | Jan 8, 2015
He Cannot Be My Disciple (Luke 14:25-35)
When Jesus noticed the massive crowd following him, he turned to tell them about the gravity of the situation. Discipleship requires great sacrifice.
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