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Sermon Audio: You Can’t Have It Both Ways

Scripture Reference:  2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Bible Study: The Holy Spirit – The Ministry of The Spirit in the Church as a Whole – Lesson #3

Lesson 3: The Ministry of The Spirit in the Church as a Whole  

The Holy Spirit is seemingly the least understood of the members of the Trinity.  Although many churches in the modern era TALK about the Spirit, the vast majority of them focus on the “power” and the “gifts”, rather than the Person and Ministry of the Spirit.  And even then, they produce a lot of unbiblical information on the “power” and “gifts” that leads to a very unbalanced understanding of what Christianity is really all about. Continue Reading Here

Sermon Audio: The Great Transformation

Scripture Reference:  2 Corinthians 3:7-18

Book Of Genesis – Lesson #11

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The first verse is closely linked with the last part of chapter 14. Because the patriarch refused the rewards of the king of Sodom, Jehovah said to him, “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your exceedingly great reward,” thus making Abram both protected and fabulously wealthy. Continue Reading Here

Women Of The Bible: Lesson #29 – Priscilla, Philip’s Daughters, Drusilla, Bernice and Phoebe

 PRISCILLA

Scripture references:  Acts 18:1–26; Romans 16:3; 1 Corinthians 16:19; 2 Timothy 4:19 

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Priscilla and her husband were Christian Jews who met Paul in Corinth. The couple had moved to Corinthian when the Emperor Claudius expelled all Jews from Rome. Paul stayed with this couple, who apparently became Christians before meeting the apostle. When Paul left Corinth after a ministry of some two to three years, Priscilla and Aquila went with him to Ephesus. There they hosted a house-church in their home (1 Cor. 16:19), as they probably did in both Rome and Corinth. Continue Reading Here

Bible Study: 2nd Corinthians

Lesson 1:  Introduction and Chapter 1

If 1 Corinthians is very widely studied and preached from, 2 Corinthians is widely neglected by preachers. Yet this is a very important Epistle. No doubt its difficult-to-translate and ironic style have helped to cause this neglect. The large number of italicized words in the KJV and NKJV shows how much must be supplied to make this emotional Letter acceptable English.

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Bible Study: 1st Corinthians

Introduction and Chapter 1

First Corinthians is the “problem book” in the sense that Paul handles the problems (“Now concerning … ”) that faced the congregation in the wicked city of Corinth. As such it is most needed by today’s problem-racked churches. The divisions, hero-worship of leaders, immorality, legal battles, marital problems, doubtful practices, and regulation of spiritual gifts, are all handled here. Continue Reading Here