So faith comes from hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ.
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Material Using this Verse
In this lesson we explore the pattern of witness used by the apostle John, John the Baptist, and Jesus Himself to recruit disciples. (John 1:35-51)
Luke describes the many miracles and teaching sessions by Jesus performed in and around his home town and neighboring area. (Luke 4:1-6:16)
This lesson not only reviews what the Bible teaches concerning faith but also describes the legitimate spiritual experience that comes with having biblical faith.
In this lesson, Mike examines the passages that demonstrate that Christianity's priesthood is superior to the Aaronic priesthood. (Hebrews 5:11-6:20)
In this final section of Jesus' dialogue with an unbelieving crowd, the Lord sets forth the acid test for true discipleship. (John 6:60-71)
Peter continues his last letter to the church by emphasizing the important role of God's word in the development of the Christian character and the need to be on guard for those who would teach false things in God's name. (II Peter 1:12-2:22)
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)
In this sermon Mike will review the most common reasons that people use to reject the message of the Bible, and provide answers to these arguments.
In this lesson, we look at how the Holy Spirit works in creating these states of conditional and actual perfection.