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You Are My Son

In 1:4-15, the author of Hebrews contrasts Jesus with angels, using Old Testament texts to demonstrate that Jesus is superior. While we aren't necessarily tempted to worship angels over Jesus, we will find it helpful and encouraging to fix our eyes on Jesus, the one true Son, the only One worthy of worship, the eternal, unchanging King of Kings.

55 MIN2 days ago
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You Are My Son

Hebrews Intro

We begin our study of Hebrews by looking at the who, what, when, where, why of the book. We also discuss the supremacy of Jesus in 1:1-4.

-1 s1 weeks ago
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Hebrews Intro

With All Boldness and Without Hindrance

We close out our study of Acts by discussing the final chapter, Acts 28. In this chapter, Paul finally reaches Rome and as is his usual practice, engages the Jewish leaders by proclaiming and proving that Jesus is the Christ. The book ends rather abruptly, a reminder for us that the mission goes on.

59 MINAPR 26
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With All Boldness and Without Hindrance

It Will Be Exactly As I Have Been Told

Acts 27 contains one of the most exciting episodes in the book of Acts. This chapter highlights God's power and provision as well as His faithfulness to keep His promises.

54 MINAPR 19
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It Will Be Exactly As I Have Been Told

Testifying Both to Small and Great

In this lesson, we discuss Acts 25 and 26.In this passage, Paul makes his defense before the new governor Festus and then before King Agrippa. Paul will once again tell his personal story of conversion and commissioning, asserting he is innocent of all charges brought by the Jews. The passage concludes with Paul finally being sent to Rome.

-1 sAPR 15
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Testifying Both to Small and Great

We Are Ready to Kill Him

In Acts 23:12-24:27, Paul will escape a plot on his life and will defend himself before the governor against charges of rabble rousing and profaning the temple.

66 MINAPR 3
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We Are Ready to Kill Him

Take Courage

This lesson discusses Acts 21:17-23:11. Paul is imprisoned and defends himself before the Jews in Jerusalem and then before the Sanhedrin.

58 MINMAR 21
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Take Courage

If Only I May Finish My Course

This lesson covers Acts 20:1-21:16.

-1 sMAR 14
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If Only I May Finish My Course

No Little Disturbance

Acts 19 relates Paul's missionary endeavors in Ephesus. As was usually the case, the gospel proves to be polarizing, prompting both repentance and belief as well as opposition and, in this case, an outright mob scene.

57 MINMAR 8
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No Little Disturbance

What Must I Do To Be Saved

In Acts 16, Paul takes a seemingly contradictory action, the Philippian church is established with an unlikely set of new converts, and Paul and Silas offer a sacrifice of praise.

59 MINFEB 22
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What Must I Do To Be Saved

Latest Episodes

You Are My Son

In 1:4-15, the author of Hebrews contrasts Jesus with angels, using Old Testament texts to demonstrate that Jesus is superior. While we aren't necessarily tempted to worship angels over Jesus, we will find it helpful and encouraging to fix our eyes on Jesus, the one true Son, the only One worthy of worship, the eternal, unchanging King of Kings.

55 MIN2 days ago
Comments
You Are My Son

Hebrews Intro

We begin our study of Hebrews by looking at the who, what, when, where, why of the book. We also discuss the supremacy of Jesus in 1:1-4.

-1 s1 weeks ago
Comments
Hebrews Intro

With All Boldness and Without Hindrance

We close out our study of Acts by discussing the final chapter, Acts 28. In this chapter, Paul finally reaches Rome and as is his usual practice, engages the Jewish leaders by proclaiming and proving that Jesus is the Christ. The book ends rather abruptly, a reminder for us that the mission goes on.

59 MINAPR 26
Comments
With All Boldness and Without Hindrance

It Will Be Exactly As I Have Been Told

Acts 27 contains one of the most exciting episodes in the book of Acts. This chapter highlights God's power and provision as well as His faithfulness to keep His promises.

54 MINAPR 19
Comments
It Will Be Exactly As I Have Been Told

Testifying Both to Small and Great

In this lesson, we discuss Acts 25 and 26.In this passage, Paul makes his defense before the new governor Festus and then before King Agrippa. Paul will once again tell his personal story of conversion and commissioning, asserting he is innocent of all charges brought by the Jews. The passage concludes with Paul finally being sent to Rome.

-1 sAPR 15
Comments
Testifying Both to Small and Great

We Are Ready to Kill Him

In Acts 23:12-24:27, Paul will escape a plot on his life and will defend himself before the governor against charges of rabble rousing and profaning the temple.

66 MINAPR 3
Comments
We Are Ready to Kill Him

Take Courage

This lesson discusses Acts 21:17-23:11. Paul is imprisoned and defends himself before the Jews in Jerusalem and then before the Sanhedrin.

58 MINMAR 21
Comments
Take Courage

If Only I May Finish My Course

This lesson covers Acts 20:1-21:16.

-1 sMAR 14
Comments
If Only I May Finish My Course

No Little Disturbance

Acts 19 relates Paul's missionary endeavors in Ephesus. As was usually the case, the gospel proves to be polarizing, prompting both repentance and belief as well as opposition and, in this case, an outright mob scene.

57 MINMAR 8
Comments
No Little Disturbance

What Must I Do To Be Saved

In Acts 16, Paul takes a seemingly contradictory action, the Philippian church is established with an unlikely set of new converts, and Paul and Silas offer a sacrifice of praise.

59 MINFEB 22
Comments
What Must I Do To Be Saved