Category Archives: New Testament

Revelation

The theme of this book is “The Victory of Jesus and His Followers Over Satan and His Helpers.” At the present time, given the conditions in our world, it does not seem that things are going the way of victory … Continue reading

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James

This letter was written to help believers who were “facing trials of many kinds.”  James was one of the spiritual leaders of the early Church in Jerusalem when he wrote this letter.  The recipients were Jewish background believers who had been forced … Continue reading

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Colossians

This letter has an important place in the New Testament because of its unique description of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul wanted his readers to understand that Jesus was completely adequate for every spiritual need. Paul exalts Christ as the … Continue reading

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Kingdom Parables

The use of parables and picture-stories was not an unusual method of teaching in the first century. Many of the Jewish rabbis used illustrations taken from everyday life to help their disciples to understand the main points of their teaching. … Continue reading

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Ephesians

The Apostle Paul’s letter to the Church in Ephesus is a concise, yet comprehensive, explanation of important theology as well as of practical help for believers.  The objective of this series is “that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, … Continue reading

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Sermon on the Mount

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount was the beginning “lesson” in the training program of the twelve apostles and it continues to be a very important part of the spiritual education of every believer.  From the Sermon on the Mount believers … Continue reading

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Gospel of Luke

This series primarily focuses on the public ministry of Jesus.  A secondary objective is the focus on Jesus’ training program of the twelve apostles.  There are forty (40) messages in this series. Luke 1:1-4 pdf;    Luke 1:1-4 download .doc … Continue reading

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