I Corinthians 15:5
and that He appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve.
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Material Using this Verse
In this section, Paul lays out the journey for one who would be mature in Christ and includes the fascinating transformation Christ underwent in His incarnation as man. (Philippians 1:27-2:13)
Paul concludes his argument that the gospel he has preached and modeled is superior in its ability to save and reward those who believe and remain faithful to the end. (Philippians 3:7-21)
In this lesson, Paul outlines the actual order of events that will take place when Jesus returns. (I Thessalonians 4:13-5:3)
There is something wrong with the title of this series, can you spot it? Here it is: You cannot have a 'more' perfect something or someone. You are perfect or you are not. Once something is perfect (without blemish or error) you cannot improve on it.
This lesson examines common errors made in teaching the doctrine of sanctification, and provides a guide to the stages of this spiritual process in each Christian.
In this lesson, we will review the 11 recorded appearances of Jesus after His resurrection and final ascension into heaven. (John 20:19-21:25)
In this video, Mike answers questions dealing with the end times. Including how the Holy Trinity plays into this.