The Scriptures frequently utilize dichotomies to help Bible students to understand difficult concepts. For example, light is juxtaposed to darkness and holy to common. In this presentation from evangelist Roger Boone, the human condition is defined by the distinction of flesh and spirit.
The Human Condition (Flesh vs. Spirit) MP3 Link
The Bible is replete with condemnations for the practice of sorcery, but as modern Christians are so far removed from the ancient world, it may be difficult to know exactly what the inspired writers were forbidding, and even more difficult to know how it applies to this time period. In this excellent study presented by evangelist Clint De France, these questions are answered and sorcery is exposed as just as much a problem today as it has ever been.
What is Sorcery? MP3 Link
There is a tremendous amount of moral confusion in the world today, and those who are looking for answers to difficult questions often do not know where to turn. In this exceptionally timely study from Dr. Bart Shaw, M.D., we are offered Biblical clarity on a subject many struggle to understand – what does the Bible say about gender and why should I care? Please watch, ponder, and share.
Gender Issues and The Bible MP3 Link
Today we present the Q&A session that followed Smith Biben’s presentation on the Day of Atonement.
Day of Atonement Q&A MP3 Link
There were many holy days on the ancient Jewish calendar. These events, with their associated activities, were meant to focus the nation on service to God, and foreshadow the coming Messiah. In the New Testament, especially the book of Hebrews, the inspired writers show with great clarity how these days pointed to Jesus with special emphasis on one holiday in particular called the Day of Atonement.
The Day of Atonement MP3 Link
Isaiah 53 has long been cherished by believers as one of the most descriptive predictions concerning the character of Christ’s earthly mission. The ancient prophet used some of the richest and most beautiful language, painting a portrait of the suffering which Jesus would eventually endure in order to accomplish His redemptive plan. Evangelist Nate Bibens helps to explain this illustrious passage in this presentation.
The Suffering Servant MP3 Link
The apostle Paul told his son in the faith: “Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, to which you were also called and have confessed the good confession in the presence of many witnesses” (1 Timothy 6:12). Twice in this chapter a reference is made to “the good confession” which was spoken by Timothy and also “Christ Jesus who witnessed the good confession before Pontius Pilate” (vs. 13). Obviously, there is an important confession believers must make, for Paul also wrote that “with the mouth confession is made unto salvation” (Romans 10:10). In this presentation from evangelist Billy Dickinson, the nature, purpose, and wording of this blessed confession is given a thorough investigation.
The Good Confession by Billy Dickinson MP3 Link
Throughout the gospels, the Holy Spirit is seen working in tandem with Jesus at critical junctures of His life and ministry. What was the purpose of this cooperative effort and in what way did Christ depend on the Holy Spirit’s role in His redemptive work? Learn the answers to these questions in this presentation from evangelist Shahe Gergian.
The Holy Spirit And The Life of Christ MP3 Link