who was declared the Son of God with power by the resurrection from the dead, according to the Spirit of holiness, Jesus Christ our Lord,
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Material Using this Verse
This sermon compares the various ideas that exist about heaven with the Bible's description of this dimension.
In this lesson, we see how to share your faith with people of different religious backgrounds. We also examine four principles of evangelism found in the New Testament.
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)
Mike reviews and summarizes the reasons why Paul wrote this letter, and points out the consequences that the church has, over time, suffered because it has not followed these instructions. (I Timothy 3:14-16)
In this section, Paul details the various activities Timothy needs to pursue in order to carry out an effective ministry in a church where he faces opposition from false teachers. (II Timothy 2:14-26)
This passage explains how God's promise was realized through Christ and properly appropriated by guilty sinners.
The resurrection of Jesus remains the single most volatile and important event of our age. (Romans 1:3-4)
The final lesson ties together the seven passages and explains the ultimate goal of salvation.