JOHN 17 (35)
In this last portion of Jesus' time with the Apostles before His death, the Lord makes what has been referred to as His "High Priestly" prayer where He prays for Himself, the Apostles and future generation of Christians. (John 17:1-26)
Prime 40m Class
The final lesson ties together the seven passages and explains the ultimate goal of salvation.
Why Wait For Eternal Life
Jesus said, "And this is eternal life, that they may know Thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom Thou has sent," (John 17:3).
This lesson examines the Divine Council and the similarities between the natures of God and man. (Genesis 1:26-31)
Mike discusses the very real effects of the personal indwelling of the Holy Spirit in every Christian. (Acts 2:36-38)
Mike begins to develop the Hebrew writer's next argument for Christianity's superiority over Judaism - Jesus' greater authority than Moses. (Hebrews 3:1-4:13)
Prime 41m Class
This section of the epistle describes the proper response to God's offer of salvation and the blessings attached to it, the first of which is to maintain the unity of the Spirit. (Ephesians 4:1-16)
In this lesson, Mike explains how God has responded to man's rejection of God's initial offer of grace.
This lesson reviews some important types or previews that are contained in Genesis and realized centuries later in the New Testament. (Genesis 24:1-67)
In this third and final lesson, Mike explores the concept of Biblical love and answers the question, "Why is love greater than faith or hope?"
Prime 25m Class
In II Peter, the Apostle writes a final letter before his execution in Rome, and in it, he instructs the church concerning the spiritual development they must have to truly experience the Christian life and hope of heaven. (II Peter 1:1-11)
This first lesson explores the essential nature of God and how we can relate to Him effectively.
Prime 39m Class
In the lesson, Mike examines the different ideas about heaven put forth by various world religions and philosophies and compares these with the Biblical teaching of what heaven is really like.
The church is the physical presence of Jesus Christ in the world today. In this lesson we will examine the New Testament in order to determine what the inspired text says the church should be like and how it should function.
Prime 36m Class
Paul demonstrates why the human body is the perfect figure to represent how the church functions and grows. (I Corinthians 12:12)
John gives us a view of the inner workings of a first-century church as he mediates a dispute among three men over the issue of hospitality and its role in the life of the early church. (III John)
John begins to describe the events that lead up to Jesus' torture and crucifixion. (John 18:1-38a)
Prime 31m Class
Mike reviews the repeated claims that America's best days are in the past and offers a plan for our nation's renewal.
In the final lesson on this series Mike summarizes the Apostle Paul's arguments on being ready for Jesus' sure return. (II Thessalonians 3:1-18)
Prime 40m Class
This lesson explores the character of Jesus in His role of Good Shepherd rather than His suffering as sacrificial lamb. (John 10:1-18)
In this lesson, Mike compares the liberating practice of Christianity to the suffocating legalism of Islam. (Galatians 5:1)
Mike wraps up this series by examining the amazing final gift to all believers by Jesus, the actual indwelling of God's Holy Spirit to transform Christians into the very image of Christ Himself.
Prime 39m Class
Mike explores the everyday requirements demanded by this command beyond its primary application in a court of law.
Prime 18m Class
This lesson focuses on three important reasons why Christians should devote themselves to the spiritual exercise of prayer.
The witness of Mike Mazzalongo and the many lessons we can learn from it. Follow his Spiritual Journey towards finding a true Biblical church.
Mike discusses the newest religion of the 21st Century and its impact on society as well as the Christian response to society's latest attempt to replace God with a deity of its choosing.
This lesson motivates Christians to attend Worship and Bible Study regularly and answers questions like, do I need to come every week and is it a sin to not attend church? Stop dreading going to church and enjoy it!
I've noticed a trend in T.V. and movies of late and that is the marriage of the occult with science fiction or comedy or regular weekly soap operas. There was a time when the various characters and beliefs of the occult, such as witches and demons and fortunetelling etc. were relegated to scary movies or horror.
Protecting our Unity
We are united into one group because God has separated us from the world and formed a special body of people who all share a special set of characteristics.
The Work of a Preacher
What does it take to be a preacher? Here are some things every preacher should do.
Evangelism and the Life of the Church
Do You Know My Jesus?
I'll share with you how the Holy Spirit evangelized me and what this has meant in my life.
The Work of this Evangelist
In II Timothy 4:1-5 Paul is near the end of his life in a Roman prison and gives instructions to Timothy, a young preacher he has trained about his work as a minister.
There is a modern expression that describes an old human need. The expression is “kissing up” and it means to curtsy or cultivate favor with a superior. The human need is, of course, the need to be liked and appreciated by others, especially those who are over us in some way or those who have something we want.
10. La création de l'homme
Cette leçon examine le Conseil Divin et les ressemblances entre la nature de Dieu et celle de l'homme. (Genèse 1.26-31)