Tagged - Redemption (40)
Mike will explain the difference between the act of Atonement and its natural result of Redemption.
In this lesson Mike examines six gifts we receive from God at our conversion and the one gift that powers all of them. (John 3:3-5)
The Bible refers to Jesus in ways that describe His sovereignty (e.g. Lord of the Harvest, Lord of the Sabbath, etc.). In this lesson Mike will explore Jesus' Lordship over the most hopeless of situations in our lives. (Matthew 9:36-38)
In this lesson, Mike will talk about sexual immorality and what God's word says about today's attitude and practice in this area of human behavior.
Mike traces out the beginning and completion of Paul's first missionary journey with the many interesting and challenging stops along the way. (Acts 13:1-15:35)
Prime 41m Class
Paul demonstrates how tempting it is to use human methods to bring people to God instead of God's method which is the preaching of the gospel. (I Corinthians 1:18-31)
This class will examine the three types of psalms that make up the "Wisdom" category of psalms.
Paul begins his letter by describing the incredible blessings given by God to those who believe in Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 1:1-23)
This sermon looks at the very real reasons why everyone, even the very good, suffers and what is ultimately gained by experiences of sorrow and pain.
David calls on everyone to listen to his teaching that it will be beneficial to both rich and poor, that each will have something to learn. Then he goes ahead to list the limits of money. (Psalm 49:1-20)
Solomon is no longer exploring and writing about the various experiences and pursuits of worldly living, which have left him unfulfilled and depressed. He now turns his attention to leadership and the qualities that leaders need to possess. (Ecclesiastes 8:1-9:10)
Prime 33m Class
In chapter 6 of John, Jesus performs mighty miracles to prove His divine nature and makes two important promises to His followers. (John 6:1-40)
In this lesson God describes the consequences of sin on Adam, Eve, and the creation. (Genesis 3:17-24)
This lesson reviews the section in Luke that provides information on John the Baptist, Jesus' early life and the beginning of His ministry in Galilee. (Luke 1:1-3:38)
Beginning in chapter two Paul begins to describe the universal nature of the church as it existed in the past, present, and future. (Ephesians 2:1-10)
This lesson examines other mistaken images used to explain the concept of grace and reviews the stories of King David and Paul the Apostle to demonstrate how God's grace actually worked in producing their forgiveness.
This lesson continues to develop the thought that Christ is first and foremost as far as a relationship with God is concerned. (Colossians 1:13-18a)
Prime 29m Class
This sermon traces out the various features of God's Kingdom that separate it from every other organized body here on this earth, and how it came to be this way. (John 18:33-36)
Paul the Apostle compares God's method of conveying wisdom and power to man-made methods of achieving these virtues. (I Corinthians 1:18-25)
The third part of a series of lessons exploring the teaching on Jesus' preeminence in personal relationships. (Colossians 1:18b-29)
John recounts four dialogues that Jesus has with different apostles after they had shared the Passover meal. (John 13:31-14:31)
Paul continues to describe the proper response of the saved to God in the form of righteous living. (Ephesians 4:17-5:14)
Prime 36m Class
Two sins tied for position number 8 in our survey. Mike will discuss the root cause of each, what the Bible says about these sins, and have some practical ways to manage and overcome these in our everyday lives.
Prime 44m Class
In this sermon, Mike enumerates and explains the benefits that believers receive and experience as 'saved' people. (Romans 5:1-11)
The Gift of Forgiveness
At this time of year our minds are focused on giving and receiving gifts. It is one of the fun things about Christmas.
In this lesson on the Beatitudes, we will note the differences between the imputed righteousness of Christians in the Kingdom and those who seek to be right by upholding the "law." (Matthew 5:1-7:29)
Prime 42m Class
In this lesson, Mike explains how God has responded to man's rejection of God's initial offer of grace.
This lesson examines the "freedom" that Paul mentions in Galatians 5:1 and what it means in both spiritual and practical terms in a Christian's life. (Galatians 5:1)
In the final lesson of this series Mike will review the main events of Jesus' 'Passion' and focus in on the history of the Jewish Passover and its transition to the meal of remembrance that Christians around the world observe. (Matthew 26:1-28:20)
Prime 36m Class
Jesus: Head of the Church
This lessons looks carefully at the qualifications that Jesus has that make Him the only person worthy and qualified to serve as the true leader of God's people.
This lesson is a call to Christians to purify their language in order to perfect their witness.
This section of Romans contains the reason why and the method how God's grace was revealed to sinful man.
Prime 32m Class
This lesson begins the study of the three doctrines that describe the history of man's relationship with God from creation to eternal life in heaven.
In this lesson, Mike reviews the "summary" doctrine of Salvation and how water baptism fits into the context of all 10 sub-doctrines that explain the reconciliation of God and Man.
Prime 34m Class
In this section of this epistle, James performs a spiritual check-up on his readers. (James 4:1-10)
Having finished describing Jesus' glorious life and ministry the author now focuses on the type of church that carries His glorious name. (Hebrews 10:19-39)
Prime 34m Class
The tragic story of an exceptionally gifted servant of God who fails to live up to his potential and calling. (Samson) (Judges 13)
This lesson demonstrates how Jesus' ministry was superior to that of the Jewish High Priest in its service to the people by producing superior results. (Hebrews 9:1-28)
Once a person is redeemed from sin he can live a new life. This lesson explains the very different lifestyle of the regenerated person.
Prime 40m Class