We have already explored the word Sin as failure. The Biblical Authors brought more light into the meaning of Sin. It's called being Lawless. Another meaning Jesus brought was sin referring to being in debt. Let's explore that, shall we?
Welcome to our new Word Study Series on the topic - Sin. This is not like anything you've heard on the topic as we explore the word itself as it was used by the Ancient Biblical Authors. Sin on it's on its not connected to mortality. Well, take a listen. Be sure to leave a review on iTunes. Thanks in advance.
"How To Read The Bible" is a series of episodes that will show up in between any series we complete. The goal is to gradually give you more insight into how to read the Bible, which will make you futher appreciate the next series. Before the next Word series... Appreciate the episode. Let's see some iTunes reviews. Love ya.
We have come to the finale of the Resurrection 101 series. It was a good run. Listen to understand the two major kinds of the resurrection. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on iTunes. Thanks.
Still on the series, we have moved on to focus on the resurrection itself. You're going to find out more on the goal of the resurrection, some of the characteristics of this resurrected body, and how this glorified body promised was actually a seed planted from the very beginning. Enjoy! Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes. Thanks 😊
We are still on the awesome Bible Topic series - The Resurrection of the Dead. On this episode we go further into our final presentation of what the Ancient Inspired Biblical Authors referred to when they meant someone being "dead." We shared about three; one of these expressions is the word "Sleep." Jesus used that a lot. What did He mean? Enjoy this episode and don't forget to leave us a rating on iTunes. Thanks
We have have started with a topic on the Resurrection of the Dead. This is one of the greatest hopes of the Christian faith - How God is finally going to defeat death in humanity in and through Jesus. Today, we begin by introducing the topic and talk about what Death is all about from the Bible's perspective.