We examine the life of Jacob the supplanter, who was touched, transformed, and blessed by God.
We begin examining the offices of Christ, of which He has three, the first being that of Prophet.
God made men and women different but complimentary as seen in Genesis 1:26-27. We examine some of the differences in this message.
False prophets: what does the Bible say about them, what are they like, how can we spot them, and what will be their end?
There are seven exhortations that can be drawn from Colossians 1:3-12 to encourage believers in their daily walk.
Christ's return at His second coming will be bodily, visible, glorious, and at an unknown time.
Do you see the insanity of the world today and wonder at it? So did the apostle John at the great Whore in Revelation 17:1-18. She is still present and active today, but her judgment will surely come.
We examine Christ's session, that is, His seating in a position of authority at God's right hand.
Christ's death and resurrection rent the tabernacle's veil, the rocks, graves, hearts, and death itself, as we see from Matthew 27:45-54, 28:1-7.
We examine Scriptural proof for Christ's ascension and what His ascension proves.
There were those who accepted Jesus as their Master and Messiah, but there were also those who rejected and desired to kill Him, as we see in John 12:1-33.
With what body was Jesus raised, and what is the significance of the resurrection?
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