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Ephesians #26 (Ephesians 6:5-9)
Ephesians #26 (Ephesians 6:5-9)
This is a challenging text because it is hard for us to relate to the concept of "masters" and "slaves." However, this was a common relationship in the first century, even in the Lord's church.   Submission may not be easy to understand but it's the will of our Father. It's also His character. That's right! Our Lord is a submissive King. Join us as we dig into this passage and make it applicable to our lives.
18:48
July 17, 2022
Ephesians #25
Ephesians #25
Ephesians #25
23:26
June 26, 2022
Ephesians #24 (5:21-33)
Ephesians #24 (5:21-33)
Following in the steps of our Savior means learning to submit as our Savior submitted. It may be hard to fathom, but the One with all power freely gave up His "rights" for the sake of others. He shows us how to love by showing us how to submit to one another.     In this text, Paul uses the marriage relationship to illustrate the submission of the church to our Lord. Get ready to be challenged!
23:21
June 19, 2022
Ephesians #23 (5:15-21)
Ephesians #23 (5:15-21)
The Apostle Paul continues his "walk" sermon. Now he is encouraging Christians to "walk in wisdom" by being filled with the Spirit and not the foolishness of the world.    The "Walk" Sermon Walk in good works - 2:10 Walk in a worthy manner worthy of your calling - 4:1 Walk not as the Gentiles - 4:17 Walk in love - 5:2   Walk as children of light - 5:8 Walk in wisdom - 5:15
23:28
June 12, 2022
Ephesians #22 (5:7-14)
Ephesians #22 (5:7-14)
Christians have been transformed from darkness into light. Let’s learn to walk as children of light in a world that desperately needs powerful examples of God’s goodness
22:00
June 05, 2022
Ephesians #21 (5:3-7)
Ephesians #21 (5:3-7)
“Let no one deceive you” Paul clearly defines what is not pleasing to God.
22:46
May 29, 2022
Sound Living
Sound Living
Sound Living
39:39
May 28, 2022
Rich in Good Works
Rich in Good Works
Rich in Good Works
39:10
May 28, 2022
Radical Parenting
Radical Parenting
Radical Parenting
43:29
May 28, 2022
Ministry relies on a body built by faith and love
Ministry relies on a body built by faith and love
Ministry relies on a body built by faith and love
35:10
May 28, 2022
Unity
Unity
Unity
30:28
May 28, 2022
Grief Seminar - Til Death Do Us Part
Grief Seminar - Til Death Do Us Part
Grief Seminar - Til Death Do Us Part
01:06:47
May 28, 2022
Grief Seminar - God is Good
Grief Seminar - God is Good
Grief Seminar - God is Good
59:34
May 28, 2022
Every Spiritual Blessing
Every Spiritual Blessing
Every Spiritual Blessing
37:23
May 28, 2022
Designed to Make a Difference
Designed to Make a Difference
Designed to Make a Difference
37:18
May 28, 2022
Cherish Your Wife
Cherish Your Wife
Cherish Your Wife
36:31
May 28, 2022
Called Chosen and Faithful #2
Called Chosen and Faithful #2
Called Chosen and Faithful #2
43:02
May 28, 2022
Called Chosen and Faithful #1
Called Chosen and Faithful #1
Called Chosen and Faithful #1
40:09
May 28, 2022
Against the Current
Against the Current
Against the Current
38:21
May 28, 2022
The Spirit Dwells in You #5
The Spirit Dwells in You #5
The Spirit Dwells in You #5
38:38
May 28, 2022
The Spirit Dwells in You #4
The Spirit Dwells in You #4
The Spirit Dwells in You #4
37:31
May 28, 2022
The Spirit Dwells in You #3
The Spirit Dwells in You #3
The Spirit Dwells in You #3
37:13
May 28, 2022
The Spirit Dwells in You #2
The Spirit Dwells in You #2
The Spirit Dwells in You #2
34:34
May 28, 2022
The Spirit Dwells in You #1
The Spirit Dwells in You #1
The Spirit Dwells in You #1
37:27
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #7
Nehemiah #7
Nehemiah #7
36:41
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #6
Nehemiah #6
Nehemiah #6
36:38
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #5
Nehemiah #5
Nehemiah #5
35:59
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #4
Nehemiah #4
Nehemiah #4
35:12
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #3
Nehemiah #3
Nehemiah #3
35:59
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #2
Nehemiah #2
Nehemiah #2
36:19
May 28, 2022
Nehemiah #1
Nehemiah #1
Nehemiah #1
36:05
May 28, 2022
Ezra #6
Ezra #6
Ezra #6
36:20
May 28, 2022
Ezra #5
Ezra #5
Some audio lost due to technical problems.
16:11
May 28, 2022
Ezra #4
Ezra #4
Ezra #4
36:07
May 28, 2022
Ezra #3
Ezra #3
Ezra #3
36:28
May 28, 2022
Ezra #2
Ezra #2
Ezra #2
37:04
May 28, 2022
Ezra #1
Ezra #1
Ezra #1
36:45
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #18
Knowing God #18
Knowing God #18
40:22
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #17
Knowing God #17
Knowing God #17
37:50
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #16
Knowing God #16
Knowing God #16
38:19
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #15
Knowing God #15
Knowing God #15
37:14
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #14
Knowing God #14
Knowing God #14
38:01
May 28, 2022
Knowing God #13
Knowing God #13
Knowing God #13
38:42
May 28, 2022
Ephesians #20 (5:1-2)
Ephesians #20 (5:1-2)
Nothing is more pleasing to the Lord than a life devoted to becoming a "sweet-smelling sacrifice" to Him. Join us today as we discuss this wonderful metaphor of Christian service. Let's "imitate our Father."
22:52
May 22, 2022
Ephesians #19 (4:25-32)
Ephesians #19 (4:25-32)
There is no more excellent reason to walk in holiness and an attitude of forgiveness: "As God in Christ forgives you."
23:09
May 15, 2022
Ephesians #18 (4:17-24)
Ephesians #18 (4:17-24)
Don't just talk the talk, walk the walk! That's Paul's message throughout chapters 4 and 5. This new "walk" is a lifestyle that comes with learning the will of the Lord.      The Worthy Walk of those in the Church 4:1 - Walk in a manner worthy of the calling   4:17 - You must no longer walk as the Gentiles 5:1 - Walk in love, as Christ loved us 5:8 - Walk as children of light 5:15 - Look carefully then how you walk, not as the unwise but the wise
21:04
May 08, 2022
Ephesians #17 (4:7-16)
Ephesians #17 (4:7-16)
Grace brings everyone to Christ by liberating all of us from the captivity of Satan, sin, and death. But freedom is just the beginning of His grace, He also gives us great purpose by giving us gifts of service within His church. Paul wants us to think of the church as a body. Each member has great value and each member is greatly needed by all the other members.     The church has three main objectives: 1. Equip saints 2. Work of ministry 3. Edification of the members
23:20
May 08, 2022
Ephesians #16 (4:1-7)
Ephesians #16 (4:1-7)
Does it matter what we believe about Jesus and the church? Paul says it does!   Christians share a... - Common mission - "worthy walk" (vs 1) - Common attitude - "humble, patient, bearing with one another in love" (vs 2)   - Common Doctrine - the "ones" of our faith (vs 4-6)   This common doctrine is what sets Christians apart from the world and all the religions of the world. These "ones" are not suggestions. They are absolutes. These truths are at the foundation of His church.
25:04
April 17, 2022
Ephesians #15 (4:1-7)
Ephesians #15 (4:1-7)
It's time for some practical application of the truths revealed in the first three chapters. Chapter 4 begins with a noted, "Therefore," designation as Paul transitions to the "responsibilities" in our relationship with the Lord and others.   It's about our "walk" in the Lord. We seek to "walk"-in...  Unity (4:1-6) Holiness (4:17-32) Love (5:1-7) Light (5:8-14) Wisdom (5:15-21)   Let's continue to walk together through the transforming Letter to the Ephesians.
22:10
April 10, 2022
Ephesians #14 (3:14-21)
Ephesians #14 (3:14-21)
The "love of Christ" surpasses knowledge, yet Paul seeks to explain it to us. It's his prayer for all Christians, that we may comprehend the magnitude of our Lord's love.   This love is multidimensional (height, width, length, and depth)   God of power - 1:19 Rich in mercy - 2:4 Lavishing in grace - 2:7, 3:7 Rich in wisdom 3:10  Let's study how His power and love work in us so that we may be "filled with all the fullness of God."
25:38
April 03, 2022
Ephesians #13 (3:7-13) "Suffering for the Mystery of the Gospel"
Ephesians #13 (3:7-13) "Suffering for the Mystery of the Gospel"
There is a great mystery in Paul's epistle and among our men in the podcast. Mark Sr. lost the Bible that he has had for more than 60 years.    Join us as we continue to discuss the grace of Paul's ministry. Hopefully, for Mark and his Bible, the ending will be just as merciful and joyous.
19:45
April 01, 2022
Ephesians #12 (3:1-13) "A Prisoner for Christ Jesus"
Ephesians #12 (3:1-13) "A Prisoner for Christ Jesus"
Being a prisoner may sound negative, but in Paul's mind, it's a blessing and honor. Roman chains cling to him but it's the love of the Lord and the gospel that holds him fast in his faith. He rejoices in this confinement as he celebrates the stewardship graciously given to him by Jesus.   Even in prison, Paul continues to share "insight into the mystery of Christ." Salvation is for all men, including the Gentiles and Paul is proud to be their messenger.   Join us as look into this amazing message and the man of God sharing it boldly to all men and as well as all the "rulers and authorities in the heavenly places."
21:50
March 20, 2022
That You May Know the Love of Christ
That You May Know the Love of Christ
That You May Know the Love of Christ
33:27
March 19, 2022
Forgiveness
Forgiveness
Forgiveness
42:13
March 19, 2022
Ministry #4: Relies on a Body Built by Faith and Love
Ministry #4: Relies on a Body Built by Faith and Love
Ministry #4: Relies on a Body Built by Faith and Love
35:10
March 19, 2022
Ministry #3: Does Great Things
Ministry #3: Does Great Things
Ministry #3: Does Great Things
43:30
March 19, 2022
Ministry #2: Moves with Compassion
Ministry #2: Moves with Compassion
Ministry #2: Moves with Compassion
41:35
March 19, 2022
Ministry #1: Begins with Humility
Ministry #1: Begins with Humility
Ministry #1: Begins with Humility
55:36
March 19, 2022
Finding Common Ground (Don Truex)
Finding Common Ground (Don Truex)
Finding Common Ground (Don Truex)
35:40
March 19, 2022
Ephesus (Don Truex)
Ephesus (Don Truex)
Ephesus (Don Truex)
39:27
March 19, 2022
Knowing God #12
Knowing God #12
Knowing God #12
37:01
March 19, 2022
Knowing God #11
Knowing God #11
Knowing God #11
36:46
March 19, 2022
Knowing God #10
Knowing God #10
Knowing God #10
36:58
March 19, 2022
Knowing God #9
Knowing God #9
Knowing God #9
36:49
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #12
David & His Psalms #12
David & His Psalms #12
36:42
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #11
David & His Psalms #11
David & His Psalms #11
39:09
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #10
David & His Psalms #10
David & His Psalms #10
38:09
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #9
David & His Psalms #9
David & His Psalms #9
39:04
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #8
David & His Psalms #8
David & His Psalms #8
39:17
March 19, 2022
David & His Psalms #7
David & His Psalms #7
David & His Psalms #7
39:24
March 19, 2022
Ephesians #11 (2:11-22)
Ephesians #11 (2:11-22)
The Lord made three promises to his faithful servant Abraham (Gen 12). He said he would make of him "a great nation," He would give him a "promised land," and through his seed, "all nations would be blessed." Jesus is the blessing to all nations, and Paul makes sure the Ephesus church knows that this blessing includes ALL Gentiles.    There is no longer alienation and strangers to the covenant of the Lord. We are fellow citizens, saints, and members of the household of God. Jews and Gentiles are united in Christ.   Join us we study how our Lord Jesus "broke down the dividing wall" and has "brought all men near by His blood."
22:15
March 13, 2022
Ephesians #10 (2:4-10 Calvinistic View)
Ephesians #10 (2:4-10 Calvinistic View)
We pause our study to dig into the controversies surrounding this wonderful passage of Scripture. Many use this passage to teach a popular doctrine known as "Calvinism."    Are we saved by grace or works? Are all "works" attempts to earn our salvation? Could an attempt to avoid one false doctrine lead to another?    Let's consider these questions and more as examine both sides of this issue and seek to understand what Paul was saying in this beautiful text of salvation. God bless.
29:47
March 13, 2022
Ephesians #9 (2:4-10)
Ephesians #9 (2:4-10)
This text is the great story of the Bible: mercy, grace, forgiveness, redemption, salvation, and love. It begins with the greatest phrase in Scripture, "But God..."    Join us as we reflect on the wonderful and merciful love of our Father toward all of us in Christ Jesus.
23:58
February 27, 2022
Ephesians #8 (2:1-3)
Ephesians #8 (2:1-3)
Before and after pictures are fun to see especially when there has been a drastic transformation. Some people transform their bodies, some their financial situations, yet nothing is more powerful than seeing someone who is "raised" from the dead in Christ.    Chapter 2 begins with our "before" picture and it's not pretty. We are consumed with sin.    Sin is "death" because we are...   - Walking in the "way of the world" - Walking by the will of "the prince of the air" (Satan) - Walking in disobedience - Walking in the "lusts of the flesh" - Walking as "children of wrath"    Praise the Lord, "But God...." follows this horrible sight. We will discuss being "made alive" in Christ next week.
23:00
February 20, 2022
Ephesians #7 (1:15-23)
Ephesians #7 (1:15-23)
It is comforting to hear someone say, "I'm praying for you." Imagine if it was the apostle Paul? That's exactly what he does for the brethren in Ephesus. In fact, there are two prayers by Paul in this letter.    Paul's Powerful Prayer: May God give you wisdom and revelation to know... 1. The Father better   2. The hope of this calling 3. Riches of a glorious inheritance 4. Immeasurable greatness of His power toward us   Note: The power of the Father that raised Jesus from the dead is the same power working in us.
23:52
February 13, 2022
Ephesians #6 (1:3-14)
Ephesians #6 (1:3-14)
Please join us as we continue our discussion of the "spiritual blessings" from our Father in Christ. Spiritual Blessings: 1. Chosen to be holy and blameless in Christ (vs 4) 2. Predestined for adoption in Christ (vs 5)   3. Accepted (blessed) in the Beloved (vs 6) 4. Redemption and forgiveness in Christ (vs 7-8) 5. Making known to us the plan in Christ (vs 9-10) 6. Inheritance in Christ (vs 11)   7. Sealed with the Spirit in Christ (vs 13-14)
24:27
February 06, 2022
Ephesians #5 (1:3-14)
Ephesians #5 (1:3-14)
Let's look at the way our heavenly Father looks at us. Paul begins the letter with a heart-warming list of spiritual blessings that will enrich all believers in Christ.   Repeated words in the letter: "Father" - loving relationship;  "Us" - the church;  "In Him" - Jesus is our source for all blessings   Spiritual Blessings: 1. Chosen to be holy and blameless in Christ (vs 4) 2. Predestined for adoption in Christ (vs 5)   3. Accepted (blessed) in the Beloved (vs 6) 4. Redemption and forgiveness in Christ (vs 7-8) 5. Making known to us the plan in Christ (vs 9-10) 6. Inheritance in Christ (vs 11)   7. Sealed with the Spirit in Christ (vs 13-14)
22:36
January 30, 2022
Ephesians #4 (1:1-2)
Ephesians #4 (1:1-2)
Paul addresses the church with a standard greeting, but this is far from a standard letter. This is the follow-up to a personal conversation that he had with all the leaders of the congregation (Acts 20).    - This is one of for "prison epistles" written by Paul while he is in Roman confinement   - This letter is focused on relationships: Chapters 1-3 - Our relationship with God; Chapters 4-6 - Our relationship with brethren, families, and the world   - The main theme is from 3:16-19 "That you may know the width, length, height, and depth of the love of Christ... and be filled with the fullness of God"
22:23
January 23, 2022
A Powerful Prayer
A Powerful Prayer
A Powerful Prayer
48:04
January 22, 2022
Let me tell you about my Father
Let me tell you about my Father
Let me tell you about my Father
45:31
January 22, 2022
Return Revive Respond
Return Revive Respond
Return Revive Respond
42:30
January 22, 2022
Begin with the End in Mind
Begin with the End in Mind
Begin with the End in Mind
29:34
January 22, 2022
Extravagant Gifts for Jesus
Extravagant Gifts for Jesus
Extravagant Gifts for Jesus
41:23
January 22, 2022
The Wise Seek Jesus
The Wise Seek Jesus
The Wise Seek Jesus
45:36
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #7
Knowing God #7
Knowing God #7
35:42
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #6
Knowing God #6
Knowing God #6
35:44
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #5
Knowing God #5
Knowing God #5
36:38
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #4
Knowing God #4
Knowing God #4
36:39
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #3
Knowing God #3
Knowing God #3 There is no episode #2 due to technical problems.
36:56
January 22, 2022
Knowing God #1
Knowing God #1
Knowing God #1 There is no episode #2 due to technical problems.
33:59
January 22, 2022
David & His Psalms #6: Psalm 54
David & His Psalms #6: Psalm 54
Psalm 54: Background is 1 Samuel 19, 21-23, 25
24:03
January 18, 2022
David & His Psalms #5: Psalm 52
David & His Psalms #5: Psalm 52
Psalm 52. Background is 1 Samuel 18-22
36:22
January 18, 2022
David & His Psalms #4: Psalm 56
David & His Psalms #4: Psalm 56
Psalm 56. Background is 1 Samuel 13, 14, 17, 21, 27
34:38
January 18, 2022
David & His Psalms #3: Psalm 34
David & His Psalms #3: Psalm 34
Psalm 34. Background is 1 Samuel 19-22
36:34
January 18, 2022
David & His Psalms #2: Psalm 59
David & His Psalms #2: Psalm 59
Psalm 59. Background is 1 Samuel 18, 19
36:32
January 18, 2022
David & His Psalms #1: Introduction
David & His Psalms #1: Introduction
Introduction
37:27
January 18, 2022
Ephesians #3 (History of the Church: Acts 19-20)
Ephesians #3 (History of the Church: Acts 19-20)
We wrap up the history of the church at Ephesus with a riot and a prayer. The riot is due to the powerful influence of the church upon the culture of the day. The prayer is due to their love for the devoted apostle who "labored in tears" to teach them the gospel. Needless to say, this church is rooted in great faith and great love for the Lord and His servants.  Join us as finish our introduction to the Ephesians letter. God bless.
21:44
January 16, 2022
Ephesians #2 (History of the Church: Acts 18-19)
Ephesians #2 (History of the Church: Acts 18-19)
The church at Ephesus has a powerful beginning. Right from the start, these new converts were building a "new temple" in the hearts of those who believed in Jesus Christ. What do see in them that would be good for all of us to emulate?  1. They were humble learners: Priscilla and Aquila help a gifted speaker, Apollos, learn “the way of the Lord more accurately." Apollos will be a trusted companion in the gospel for the rest of his life.  When Paul arrives, he introduces baptism into Jesus Christ to the Ephesians. 12 are rebaptized because they only knew the baptism of John the Baptist and had never heard of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 19:1-7)   2. They were devoted to assemblies: These new believers were forced out of the synagogue, so they meet regularly at a local school. (Acts 19:8)   3. They were effective evangelists: The gospel will spread throughout Asia and many new churches are started. (Acts 19:10; Revelation 2-3)   4. They were committed to holiness: The brethren not only denounced their previous lifestyles, but they also burned the books that led to paganism. Instead of selling the books of sorcery, they burned them. (Acts 19:19-20)   Their faith also influenced the unbelievers and fear (of the Lord) fell upon all men. (Acts 19:11-17)
22:59
January 09, 2022
Ephesians #1 (Intro 1/3)
Ephesians #1 (Intro 1/3)
Introduction to the Church at Ephesus  The church at Ephesus was the epicenter of Christianity in the second half of the first century. The brethren were filled with zeal for the Lord in spite of living in an overwhelming pagan culture. They had some of the best servants leading them through the years: Paul, Apollos, Priscilla and Aquila, Timothy, and John.   History of the church at Ephesus:   50-52 AD - "Planted" by the Spirit via the work of Paul, Apollos, Aquil, and Priscilla   54-56 AD - Paul "nourishes" them as they met in the Hall of Tyrannus   57 AD - Paul encourages the elders to "weed" out the false teachers 60-64 AD - Timothy helps the brethren "mature" in their love for the Lord (1 & 2 Timothy)   70-90 AD (Estimated) - John serves the church at Ephesus (1, 2, 3 John)     Yet, with all this growth and influence, when we get to the Revelation, Ephesus is the first to be warned by Jesus to "Repent and return to the first works." What happened?    Join us as we seek to learn more about the church at Ephesus and how there are many similarities between their challenges and what we are dealing with today.    "And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God." Paul (Eph 3:17-19)
20:13
January 02, 2022
The Manifold Wisdom of God
The Manifold Wisdom of God
The Manifold Wisdom of God
42:30
December 15, 2021
Raising Children in Challenging Times
Raising Children in Challenging Times
Raising Children in Challenging Times
46:21
December 15, 2021
Living Thankfully
Living Thankfully
Living Thankfully
19:34
December 15, 2021
Live in Bethel
Live in Bethel
Live in Bethel
41:50
December 15, 2021
Genesis #12
Genesis #12
Genesis #12
35:26
December 15, 2021
Genesis #11
Genesis #11
Genesis #11
32:47
December 15, 2021
Genesis #10
Genesis #10
Genesis #10
35:06
December 15, 2021
Breaking Before the Blessing
Breaking Before the Blessing
Note: Includes Al's communion talk before the sermon.
49:23
December 15, 2021
2nd Timothy #4
2nd Timothy #4
2nd Timothy #4
35:35
December 15, 2021
2nd Timothy #3
2nd Timothy #3
2nd Timothy #3
34:43
December 15, 2021
2nd Timothy #2
2nd Timothy #2
2nd Timothy #2
38:15
December 15, 2021
2nd Timothy #1
2nd Timothy #1
2nd Timothy #1
39:07
December 15, 2021
2nd Peter #7
2nd Peter #7
2nd Peter #7
23:59
December 15, 2021
2nd Peter #6
2nd Peter #6
2nd Peter #6
31:20
December 15, 2021
2nd Peter #5
2nd Peter #5
With much emotion and discernment, Peter warns Christians about the ploy of false teachers. This lesson is common among the apostles as they approach the end of their lives. However, Peter doesn't just warn, he gives us insight into how to spot a false teacher:   1. They follow corrupt desires (vs 10)  2. They despise authority (vs 10)   3. They boast but lack knowledge (vs 12)  4. They approve of sexual sins (vs 14)   5. They are greedy for money and praise (vs 15)    Let's take these words to heart as Peter implores all of us to be mindful of the destructive false teaching that is all around us.
26:19
December 15, 2021
2nd Peter #4
2nd Peter #4
Be aware! This is the plea from Peter as he writes to Christians not long before his death. God is not slack concerning promises to save or condemn. Consider the examples of...   1. Angels who are cast into hell   2. Evil men and women in the day of Noah   3. Sodom and Gomorrah    While these examples remind us of God's judicious wrath, Peter wants all of us to be comforted by the fact that God "knows how to the rescue the righteous." Even in the midst of evil, the Lord is looking to the righteous and providing a way of escape.
25:58
December 15, 2021
2nd Peter #3
2nd Peter #3
Peter continues his quest to reinforce to the brethren that God's word holds all things to "life and godliness" (vs 3). So, he seeks to "remind" (vs 12), "stir" (vs 13), and "make every effort" (vs 15) to stress the importance of God's promises to them so they can "recall" these things when he is gone (vs 15).    These are the words of a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ who knows his days are limited on this earth.  With that in mind, he stresses the power of the prophetic Word. All of it is trustworthy. Each writer of the Bible spoke as they were moved by God:   1. We saw Jesus (eyewitness testimony)  2. We heard God speak (Father's testimony)  3. We confirmed the Word (Holy Spirit inspiration)    There is no greater teacher than the Holy Spirit. Listen to Him!
20:20
December 15, 2021
Seeking the Seeker
Seeking the Seeker
Seeking the Seeker
46:28
November 07, 2021
Let's Finish What We Started
Let's Finish What We Started
Let's Finish What We Started
40:35
November 07, 2021
Genesis #9
Genesis #9
Genesis #9
34:30
November 07, 2021
Genesis #8
Genesis #8
Genesis #8
36:35
November 07, 2021
1st Timothy #8
1st Timothy #8
1st Timothy #8
31:58
November 07, 2021
1st Timothy #7
1st Timothy #7
1st Timothy #7
24:51
November 07, 2021
2nd Peter #2
2nd Peter #2
Faith is good but it does not stand alone. Peter says, "Add to your faith" a challenging list of characteristics that define our Father and redefine a child of God. Developing these qualities takes time, effort, and a lot of work. However, when we learn and practice these attitudes they will strengthen our walk with the Lord and keep us from falling away.  So, let's "add to our faith" virtue, knowledge, self-control, steadfastness, godliness, brotherly affection, and love.  Join Mark Sr. and Phil as they share insight into this wonderful list of Christian graces. God bless.
23:42
November 07, 2021
2nd Peter #1
2nd Peter #1
2nd Peter #1
25:17
November 07, 2021
The First Mission Field
The First Mission Field
The First Mission Field
50:27
October 16, 2021
Sheep Among the Wolves
Sheep Among the Wolves
Sheep Among the Wolves
42:16
October 16, 2021
Mission of the Lord's Church
Mission of the Lord's Church
Mission of the Lord's Church
49:32
October 16, 2021
In Need
In Need
In Need
33:03
October 16, 2021
Heaven Bound
Heaven Bound
Heaven Bound
36:28
October 16, 2021
Do not work for the food that perishes
Do not work for the food that perishes
Do not work for the food that perishes
39:37
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #6
1st Timothy #6
1st Timothy #6
38:54
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #5
1st Timothy #5
1st Timothy #5
37:18
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #4
1st Timothy #4
1st Timothy #4
35:24
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #3
1st Timothy #3
1st Timothy #3
38:27
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #2
1st Timothy #2
1st Timothy #2
34:46
October 16, 2021
1st Timothy #1
1st Timothy #1
1st Timothy #1
36:30
October 16, 2021
Genesis #6
Genesis #6
Genesis #6
35:25
October 16, 2021
Genesis #5
Genesis #5
Genesis #5
37:13
October 16, 2021
Genesis #4
Genesis #4
Genesis #4
32:37
October 16, 2021
Genesis #3
Genesis #3
Genesis #3
36:46
October 16, 2021
Genesis #2
Genesis #2
Genesis #2
28:23
October 16, 2021
1st Peter #13
1st Peter #13
As the apostle concludes his letter, he focuses on leadership within the church. It is interesting to see that Peter is also an elder in a local church. While this letter is preparing Christians for persecution from Rome, Peter reminds all of us who the real enemy is: Satan. Look out! He's seeking to devour.    In conclusion, may we hold these words close to our hearts: "And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm, and steadfast. To him be the power forever and ever. Amen"
29:10
October 15, 2021
1st Peter #12
1st Peter #12
Peter encourages Christians to not only anticipate a "fiery trial" but see it as an opportunity as much as a challenge.  The Christian view of persecution: 1. Expect it - it's not strange (vs 12) 2. Rejoice in it - it's Jesus' path (vs 13-14) 3. Evaluate it - it can glorify God (vs 15-16) 4. Use it - it will draw you closer to God (vs 17-19)
25:21
October 15, 2021
1st Peter #11
1st Peter #11
"Arm yourself for battle" is the focus of Peter's lesson in 1 Peter 4. This battle is not with the world as much as it is within ourselves. We long to have the "same mind" as a Savior and Redeemer. The "victorious sufferer" is resisting the world's ambitions and longing for Heaven. There will be "no sin" there or the longing for sin! Therefore, "fight" against the urge to participate in worldly endeavors, especially anything that involves a loss of self-control (alcohol).  We are preachers of the gospel in ACTION as well as in word. So, we need to make sure the sermon the world sees in us is filled with the "will of God" and not human desires. Peter's "Take Home"...  1. Be self-controlled 2. Be loving   3. Be hospitable 4. Be a good steward
26:37
October 15, 2021
1st Peter #10
1st Peter #10
Join us as we dig into one of the more challenging passages in the New Testament. Did Jesus go to Hell and preach? Who are these "in prison" and why are they there? What does Noah have to do with this study and how does baptism fit into his story and ours? So many questions!  There is a lot of tackle in this passage BUT we believe you will find this study enriching and edifying. God bless.
27:45
October 15, 2021
Wisdom University
Wisdom University
Wisdom University
34:18
September 12, 2021
Rise up and call her "Blessed"
Rise up and call her "Blessed"
Rise up and call her "Blessed"
41:47
September 12, 2021
Established in Truth
Established in Truth
People of the Book series
35:53
September 12, 2021
Church Organization & Leadership
Church Organization & Leadership
People of the Book series
35:56
September 12, 2021
Hosea #12
Hosea #12
Hosea #12
46:44
September 12, 2021
Hosea #11
Hosea #11
Hosea #11
45:18
September 12, 2021
Hosea #10
Hosea #10
Hosea #10
43:22
September 12, 2021
Hosea #9
Hosea #9
Hosea #9
46:18
September 12, 2021
Hosea #8
Hosea #8
Hosea #8
46:20
September 12, 2021
Genesis #1
Genesis #1
Genesis #1
36:08
September 12, 2021
Do not work for the food that perishes
Do not work for the food that perishes
Do not work for the food that perishes
39:38
September 12, 2021
A Love for Truth
A Love for Truth
A Love for Truth
36:17
September 12, 2021
1st Timothy #1
1st Timothy #1
1st Timothy #1
35:54
September 12, 2021
1st Peter #9
1st Peter #9
Is it possible to live the "good life" even in the midst of adversity? Peter thinks so. Today's study begins with the Five Components of the Right Attitude: "Be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate, and humble"  Let's "sanctify the Lord" Jesus in our hearts and be ready to give a "defense of the hope that is in us" even when times are tough. We are seeking to win souls with the gospel. So, may the gospel message be seen us! And remember, the "eyes of the Lord are on the righteous." He is with us every step of the way. God bless.
29:00
September 12, 2021
1st Peter #8
1st Peter #8
Husbands, did you know your prayers could be hindered?  Wives, did you know that submission to your husband could save his soul?  Peter goes from submission to government leaders, to bosses, to now submission in the home. Remember we are following "in the footsteps" of Jesus (1 Peter 2:21), and we definitely need the heart of Christ in our marriages.  Join us as we learn from Peter the marriage counselor. We also honor all the worthy women who are beautiful to godly men and more importantly our heavenly Father. God bless.
28:33
September 12, 2021
1st Peter #7
1st Peter #7
The "calling" of all Christians is to walk in the footsteps of their Master and Savior. This sounds so easy in principle but in practice, it might be the hardest thing we will ever do. Jesus willingly suffered. He graciously endured hardship. He humbled Himself to the ungodly actions of others.  WHY? He longed to save their souls. In this lesson, Peter moves beyond who we are in Christ to what we do in Christ. "Be subject for the Lord’s sake to every human institution... Be subject to your masters... because this is a gracious thing in the sight of God."  Be ready to be challenged and remember, Jesus is our Example, Redeemer, Sacrifice, Shepherd, and Overseer of our souls. Trust Him in this "walk" and "follow in His footsteps."
28:43
September 12, 2021
An Acceptable Sacrifice
An Acceptable Sacrifice
An Acceptable Sacrifice
38:03
August 21, 2021
New Worship Paradigm: Jesus Teaches in Samaria
New Worship Paradigm: Jesus Teaches in Samaria
New Worship Paradigm: Jesus Teaches in Samaria
19:60
August 21, 2021
Musical Instruments in the Assembly
Musical Instruments in the Assembly
People of the Book series
33:55
August 21, 2021
Assembly Activities
Assembly Activities
People of the Book series
36:03
August 21, 2021
1st Peter #6
1st Peter #6
Do you know that you are "chosen" and "holy?" Do you know that you have a "royal" heritage and the occupation of a "priest?"  Do you know that you are "God's own possession?"  Well, Peter wants all Christians to know exactly who and what they are in Christ. In this text, the apostle continues to prepare saints for the "testing by fire" by building their confidence and their resolve. He wants to inspire all of us by reassuring us of our rich purpose and place in the "holy nation" of our Lord. Also, Mark Sr. challenges Phil with a hard question. Let's see how he responds.  God bless.
25:08
August 20, 2021
1st Peter #5
1st Peter #5
Flowers for Cheryl? A new golf club? Salvation is conditional? Our discussion may seem to be all over the place today, but it's all straight from this rich text. Peter inspires us to dig into the word that will never fade away like flowers. As we wrap up chapter 1 and begin chapter 2, we see that Peter enjoys word pictures as well. He uses some easy-to-understand metaphors: "Grow in our salvation" and long for the "pure milk of the word." These actions are the result of those who have "tasted that the Lord is good." Join us as we prepare ourselves to be "Tested by Fire" and dig a deeper foundation of faith in Jesus Christ. God bless.
26:50
August 20, 2021
1st Peter #4
1st Peter #4
Let's "prepare our minds for action" as we continue to "set our hope fully on the grace of Jesus Christ." This motivational charge begins our study tonight in 1 Peter 1:13-25. Peter wants all of us to be reminded of the powerful plan of salvation. God foreknew this plan before the world began. This knowledge should inspire us to love our Lord even more because of the great price He paid to redeem us. This knowledge should also inspire us to strive for holiness in our lives. "Be holy for I am holy," says the Lord. We conclude today's study with challenging thought: If God foreknew salvation in Christ, did he also plan the tribulation and suffering in the world? Be ready to think deep.  May our Lord bless you greatly as you study His word with us.
25:07
August 20, 2021
A Hospital for Sinners
A Hospital for Sinners
A Hospital for Sinners
40:42
July 31, 2021
Believe and Be Baptized
Believe and Be Baptized
Believe and Be Baptized
46:53
July 31, 2021
People of the Book - God's Great Plan of Salvation
People of the Book - God's Great Plan of Salvation
People of the Book - God's Great Plan of Salvation
35:52
July 31, 2021
People of the Book - Restoration History
People of the Book - Restoration History
People of the Book - Restoration History
35:52
July 31, 2021
People of the Book - Introduction
People of the Book - Introduction
People of the Book - Introduction
29:43
July 31, 2021
1st Peter #3
1st Peter #3
Look out! Our study takes an unexpected turn today. Phil and Mark explore what Scripture tells us about the angelic world. It's more than fascination that takes them down this path, it's Peter. The apostle wants all Christians to understand the magnitude of grace and he uses angels and prophets from the OT to remind us of what we have in Christ. Do we really understand how powerful and how awesome the Gospel is? Probably not, and we may never truly grasp the magnitude of it this side of eternity.  However, that does not keep Peter from trying to tell us.  Join us as we dig deep in the well of God's love for us as we explore a world we cannot see but we know it's real and one day we will be in it!  A study guide for Lesson 3 is available upon request. God bless.
28:29
July 31, 2021
1st Peter #2
1st Peter #2
Do you know what you mean to God? Peter does and he wants all who believe in Jesus to know their value in God's eyes. You are chosen exiles who have been sanctified for an inheritance that will never perish. It will also never fade or lose its value. The plan of redemption in Jesus Christ was all for you. That's what you mean to God! So, with all those certain promises in place, we rejoice even though we may suffer various trials while we linger in this broken world.  Peter also tells us about the "Principles of Suffering" (1:6-7) 1. There is a limit - "little while/short time" (Note: God's powerful hand controls this)  2. There may be a greater purpose we do not understand - "may have to" 3. There is distress - "grieved"  4. There are different kinds - "various" 5. There is nothing lost - "This brings great joy" (We lose none of the promises of inheritance)  * For some, suffering leads to more genuine faith. Like a refiner's fire, it purifies and creates what is even more precious than gold! (vs 7) Peter is speaking to believers who did not have the honor of walking and talking with Jesus like he did. However, their faith is just as strong. "You have not seen him but you love him!" May this be all of us. God bless you as we study this wonderful letter together.
25:18
July 31, 2021
1st Peter #1
1st Peter #1
We begin our study in 1 Peter with an overview of this powerful letter. More than likely Peter is writing from Rome shortly before the tumultuous persecution of Christians under the direction of the Roman Emperor Nero (64 AD).    This is the first book of the Bible to actually address the pain of living in the Roman empire for many. It has been estimated that 20%-33% of the population were slaves. Yet, Peter seeks to give all Christians great hope. The plan is not to overthrow Rome but overcome the world through the mercy and grace of Christ.    In the introduction, Peter encourages all the saints with a reminder that they are the "favored and elect" of God. Although they are "exiles" now, their home with the Lord awaits and He will fulfill His work in those that are "sanctified" and "obedient" to the cause of Christ.    The theme of the letter is "Suffering for the Cause of Christ." (1 Peter 1:21-22).    May the Lord's grace and peace be multiplied in all of us as we study this wonderful text and make applications to our lives today. God bless.
24:21
July 31, 2021
Hosea #7
Hosea #7
Hosea #7
44:29
July 31, 2021
Together We Burst Into Song
Together We Burst Into Song
After being apart for a long time due to COVID, we returned to one assembly with a song service.
01:15:45
July 21, 2021
Truth Cannot Be Cancelled
Truth Cannot Be Cancelled
Mark 6:14-29
50:27
July 08, 2021
In Him You May Have Peace
In Him You May Have Peace
John 16:33
36:27
July 08, 2021
Exercising Freedom in Christ (2 of 2)
Exercising Freedom in Christ (2 of 2)
Fundamental Truths: * An idol is nothing * There is no God but one * Food does not bring us closer to God * Sinning against a brother is a sin against Christ   Application - the Strong are to care for the Weak.
42:26
July 08, 2021
3rd John
3rd John
We wrap up our study in the letters from John with his third note of encouragement that is very personal. John writes to his "beloved" brother and friend, Gaius. It appears Gaius is a leader in the Lord's church. He may also be dealing with many of the issues that John wrote about in the first two letters. However, Gaius has an even pressing problem, Diotrephes. It's a tale of two leaders and leadership styles.  Please open up your Bible and join us as we look at how to deal with brotherhood issues that are due to the "brothers." This is a letter that confirms the strong (Gaius), denounces the selfish (Diotrephes), and endorses the selfless (Demetrius).    Thanks so much for joining us in our conversations with the Beloved Disciple.
28:30
July 08, 2021
2nd John
2nd John
Welcome back! John writes to the "elect lady and her children." Who and what could this mean? Is it a church or is it a woman who is extremely evangelistic in the Lord's kingdom? "Walking in the Truth" is the focus of John's message. It shouldn't surprise us that he includes his three tests from 1st John in his definition of what "walking in truth" means.  1. Social test - "loving the brethren."  How we work and serve others is paramount to Truth.   2. Moral test - "keep the commandments." How we live morally and ethically reveals our commitment to Truth.   3. Doctrinal test - "believe in the deity of Jesus." What we believe and understand about Jesus and His doctrine is the foundation of Truth.   John is concerned for this family and he warns them of eating and fellowshipping with those who do not walk in this truth.  He clearly loves them and promises to visit them soon.
33:03
July 08, 2021
Hosea #6
Hosea #6
Hosea #6
50:39
July 08, 2021
Hosea #5
Hosea #5
Hosea #5
26:36
July 08, 2021
Hosea #4
Hosea #4
Hosea #4
54:32
July 08, 2021
Seeking the Seeker
Seeking the Seeker
Luke 19:1-10
39:48
June 17, 2021
Heavenly Kindness
Heavenly Kindness
2 Samuel 9:1-7 Note there were two audio gaps in this sermon that were removed, so the message may be harder to follow in a couple of places.
32:35
June 17, 2021
Hosea #3
Hosea #3
Hosea #3
43:35
June 17, 2021
1st John #11
1st John #11
A special guest joins the study to offer his insights into this letter from the Beloved Disciple (He also grades the work of Mark and Phil). The letter ends with a challenging admonition by John: Do not pray for those who commit a sin that "leads to death." What could this mean?    Talking Points from 1 John 5:13-21  - Be confident in your salvation and your prayers - Ask according to the Lord's will - Ask on behalf of your brother in sin - Ask not for one committing a "sin unto death"    Thank you for participating in this study with us. 2 John is up next.
46:48
June 17, 2021
1st John #10
1st John #10
Text: 1 John 5:1-12 -  The Beloved Disciple begins to wrap up his letter with a recap of what he has said multiple times already.  Test your faith.  He combines the "three tests" once again as he expounds upon what it means to be "born of God." The new birth of a believer is revealed in his/her...   1. Love for the brethren (social test) 2. Obedience (moral test) 3. Belief (doctrinal test)    Note: John makes a big point that the commands of the Lord are not "burdensome." Mark Lloyd has some insightful comments about the meaning of this phrase.   John also shares the testimony of the Lord regarding His witness of Jesus' deity.   1. the Spirit 2. the Water 3. the Blood  *This is much debate over the meaning of these "witnesses" in the religious world. However, when we look at the gospel of John, we can know what John is saying. The Father testified of the Son through the Spirit (John 14-15), in the Water of the Jordan River at Christ's baptism (John 1:26-34; Matthew 3), and in the Blood on the cross (John 19).    Enjoy the conversation. God Bless.
29:45
June 17, 2021
1st John #9
1st John #9
Text: 1 John 4:13-21. As we continue our discussion in 1 John 4, we dig a little deeper into the theological and practical concept that "God is love." The love of the Lord is the foundation of all Biblical teaching and discipleship. In fact, love is the greatest command: "Love the Lord God with all your heart, mind, and soul and love your neighbor as yourself."     To love as God loves we need to "know" a few things...  1. We must know God - The way that He loves. His holiness, compassion, character, and hatred of evil. 2. We must know the Cross - The sacrifice of Jesus is the pinnacle of God's love. He is our atonement and propitiation for our sins.   3. We must know our brother/sister - This requires effort and time.  We need to love others in the way they "need" to be loved. While the level of love is the same, the way this love is shared depends upon the situation and the individual. God gives us what we need. Sometimes He gives us undeserved gifts. Sometimes He gives us instruction. Sometimes He gives us time. We need to take the time to do the same for others.   There are also some challenging thoughts that need to be discussed in this chapter. Join us as we consider the wonder of God's love and how we can and should love as He loves. "Love casts out fear."  Enjoy and God bless.
25:30
June 17, 2021
Hosea #2
Hosea #2
Hosea #2
46:48
June 11, 2021
Hosea #1
Hosea #1
Intro
44:03
June 03, 2021
Grace Is A Fabulous Teacher
Grace Is A Fabulous Teacher
Grace Is A Fabulous Teacher
41:52
May 31, 2021
Exercising Freedom in Christ (1 of 2)
Exercising Freedom in Christ (1 of 2)
Exercising Freedom in Christ
38:36
May 31, 2021
God Is Good
God Is Good
God Is Good
41:18
May 31, 2021
1st John #8
1st John #8
1 John 4:1-7 - God is love.  This might be the climax of the letter. John has been building his case for the "social" test of true spirituality. If someone is truly of God, they will love as the Lord loves.    This love is not based on feelings or emotions. It is a choice that seeks to pattern itself after the example and sacrificial care of our Father.   Why we must love as God loves  1. This what God does: "God is love"   2. This what born again people do: "whoever loves has been born of God"  3. This is how God loved us: "God sent His Son that we might live in Him"  4. This love can be seen in us: "God abides in us"    Join us as we consider the love of our Father and how we can share His love with others. God bless.
25:09
May 31, 2021
1st John #7
1st John #7
Our text is from 1 John 4:1-6. This is the conclusion of the second round of "tests" offered by the Beloved Disciple in the letter. He is encouraging brethren to test the teaching and actions of those who claim to be spiritually minded.    1. Moral test of righteousness - 1 Jn 2:28-3:10 2. Social test of brotherly love - 1 Jn 3:11-18  3. Doctrinal test of belief in Jesus - 1 Jn 4:1-6   Testing the "spirits" is the focus of this section of the letter. These spirits refer to the spiritual experiences and actions of those around us who try to influence us with their doctrine. How do you know what is from God and what is not from God?   Join us in our conversations with John about how to avoid the deception of "anti-Christs" in the world around us. God bless!
29:08
May 31, 2021
1st John #6
1st John #6
Our study today is from 1 John 3:10-24.  John wants brethren to be confident in their salvation and their relationship with the Lord. He continues to build them up as the Gnostics are tearing them down.   How to know you you are "abiding" in Christ  1. Keep the commandments  2. Practice righteousness  3. Love your brethren    Also, Mark Sr decides to unexpectedly put Phil to the test with a challenging question in today's text. Let's see if Phil's passes :)
32:07
May 11, 2021
1st John #5
1st John #5
John segues from warnings about the anti-Christs to practicing righteousness. He pleads with his "children" to be confident in their relationship with the Lord. 1. Abide in His word - 1 Jn 2:28 2. Practice His righteousness - 1 Jn 2:29 3. Marvel in His love - 1 Jn 3:1  4. Anticipate His likeness - 1 Jn 3:2   5. Be purified in His hope - 1 Jn 3:3    Practicing righteousness is a way of life. When we live committed to His purity, we will eagerly anticipate His return.
27:18
May 11, 2021
1st John #4
1st John #4
In 1 John 2, John concludes his conversation of "walking in the light" and segues into "abiding in the word (truth)."  He gives his children (Christians) three tests to examine the stability of their faith.   1. Moral test - "obedience" (2:3-6)  2. Social test - "love" (2:7-11)  3. Doctrinal test - "belief in Jesus as Christ" (2:18-27)   John assures his children they are "anointed" by the "Holy One" (Jesus) by abiding in Him and the Father through the word.
29:40
May 11, 2021
A Higher Standard of Righteousness
A Higher Standard of Righteousness
Standard: Fulfill all of the law Warning: Do not relax in any of it Practice: Exceed the righteousness of the "religious" leaders
40:24
April 21, 2021
1st John #3
1st John #3
1st John chapter 2
25:44
April 21, 2021
Two-Edged Sword (2 of 2)
Two-Edged Sword (2 of 2)
For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
36:41
April 17, 2021
Two-Edged Sword (1 of 2)
Two-Edged Sword (1 of 2)
For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
36:28
April 17, 2021
1st John #2
1st John #2
Chapter 1 God is life (1:3-4) God is light (1:5) God is love (4:8)   John wants us to have a deep and meaningful relationship with Jesus as he did. He writes us so we can be assured of this wonderful "fellowship."  He also guides us through the humility that comes with the Christian "walk in the light." God IS light.   Join us as we discuss these wonderful truths from the Beloved Disciple.
24:55
April 14, 2021
1st John #1
1st John #1
Introduction 1 John was written near the end for the first century to churches that were struggling with many issues. The Apostle John seeks to reassure the saints of the deity of Jesus and their hope in salvation.    "I am writing to you" that you may have fellowship and joy (1:3-4) "I am writing to you" that you may not sin (2:1) "I am writing to you" that you may not be deceived by false teachers (2:26) "I am writing to you" that you may know you have eternal life (5:13)
28:56
April 14, 2021
Lessons from Penuel (Gainey)
Lessons from Penuel (Gainey)
God wants to bless us. We must hold onto God. We must acknowledge who we are (and who we should be). We must let God change us.
39:09
March 23, 2021
The Blessed Life
The Blessed Life
Matthew 5-7: The Beatitudes
49:22
March 09, 2021
Following Jesus Up The Mountain
Following Jesus Up The Mountain
Matthew 5-7: The Sermon on the Mount
36:08
March 06, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 21
Gospel of John - Chapter 21
Chapter 21
29:04
March 06, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 20
Gospel of John - Chapter 20
Chapter 20
25:29
February 24, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 19
Gospel of John - Chapter 19
Chapter 19
32:23
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 18b
Gospel of John - Chapter 18b
Chapter 18b
34:58
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 18a
Gospel of John - Chapter 18a
Chapter 18a
28:32
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 17
Gospel of John - Chapter 17
Chapter 17
28:06
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 16
Gospel of John - Chapter 16
Chapter 16
26:37
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 15
Gospel of John - Chapter 15
Chapter 15
26:42
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 14
Gospel of John - Chapter 14
Chapter 14
29:53
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 13
Gospel of John - Chapter 13
Chapter 13
27:13
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 12
Gospel of John - Chapter 12
Chapter 12
32:59
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 11
Gospel of John - Chapter 11
Chapter 11
29:12
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 10
Gospel of John - Chapter 10
Chapter 10
27:27
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 9
Gospel of John - Chapter 9
Chapter 9
29:00
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 8b
Gospel of John - Chapter 8b
Chapter 8b
23:48
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 8a
Gospel of John - Chapter 8a
Chapter 8a
26:22
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 7
Gospel of John - Chapter 7
Chapter 7
27:11
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 6
Gospel of John - Chapter 6
Chapter 6
30:36
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 5
Gospel of John - Chapter 5
Chapter 5
25:09
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 4
Gospel of John - Chapter 4
Chapter 4
24:51
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 3
Gospel of John - Chapter 3
Chapter 3
26:29
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 2
Gospel of John - Chapter 2
Chapter 2
27:35
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 1B
Gospel of John - Chapter 1B
Chapter 1B
28:02
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Chapter 1A
Gospel of John - Chapter 1A
Chapter 1A
26:48
February 22, 2021
Gospel of John - Introduction
Gospel of John - Introduction
Introduction
25:07
February 22, 2021
The Lord's Temptation - Seeing Jesus in the Wilderness
The Lord's Temptation - Seeing Jesus in the Wilderness
"Seeing Jesus" series
47:44
February 22, 2021
The Lord's Baptism - Seeing Jesus in the Water
The Lord's Baptism - Seeing Jesus in the Water
"Following Jesus" Series
41:11
February 22, 2021