In Acts 19, the apostle Paul met some disciples at Ephesus. He asked them: “Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed?” to which they replied, “we have not so much as heard whether there is a Holy Spirit.” This exchange caused Paul to inquire about their baptism about which they said they were immersed “into John’s baptism.” After hearing this, the apostle insisted they be baptized again, but why? Why did these men need to be re-immersed? Find out in this presentation from evangelist Johnny Elmore from the 2017 Grapevine, TX Preacher’s Study. Conversions at Ephesus MP3 Link
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Many English translations of the New Testament record John 3:8 like this: “The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is everyone who is born of the Spirit.” This rendering has caused a great deal of confusion concerning the message Jesus is preaching about being born again, or born of water and the Spirit. In this presentation from the 2017 Grapevine, TX Preacher’s Study, evangelist Clint De France gives an exposition of the passage with special emphasis on how to interpret John 3:8. The Birth of the Spirit MP3 Link
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The prophet Ezekiel was given a vision of a splendid new Temple in the holy land, but the look and operation of this Sanctuary was quite different from the one originally built by King Solomon. Find out what this prophesy signified in this presentation from the 2017 Grapevine, TX Preacher’s Study featuring evangelist Doug Edwards.
The message of Romans 14 is stated in the very first verse: “Receive one who is weak in the faith, but not to disputes over doubtful things.” Unfortunately, instead of focusing on how Christians can “receive one who is weak in the faith,” many believers have argued over what may or may not be included in the category of “doubtful things.” Evangelist Richard Bunner, speaking at the 2017 Grapevine, TX Preacher’s Study, reminds us of the actual focus of Romans 14 and how it applies today. Romans 14 Main Presentation MP3 Link
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The 119th Psalm is the longest chapter in the Bible and much mystery surrounds it authorship. These, and other elements of the Psalm, make it peculiar in many respects, yet the power of its message is crystal clear: God’s word is all sufficient! In this presentation from the 2017 Grapevine, TX Preacher’s Study, evangelist Austin McConnell delves into the Psalm to draw out some of its themes and lessons concerning God’s wonderful scriptures.