An Allegory

Walking in Truth: called of GodWith our listening audience in western Kentucky, we finish up a lesson about LAST THINGS, which is an encouraging area of study for the faithful. What happens after death or at the time of the second coming of Jesus? We also begin a study from Galatians 4.21-31 regarding the allegory Paul uses to teach the Galatian Christians regarding their relationship to the Law of Moses. We invite you to listen to these studies by clicking below…

Christ & Credible Testimony

GREAT VIDEO FROM WORLD VIDEO BIBLE SCHOOL

Did Jesus endorse a “blind faith”—one based on feelings rather than facts? If so, then why did He rebuke His apostles for not believing in His resurrection before they had actually seen Him resurrected? And why did Jesus tell Thomas, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed”? What kind of “faith” was Jesus advocating?

And Then What?

Walking in Truth: called of GodIn this audio file, we present to you and later to our radio audience in western Kentucky an introduction to a study of eschatology (the study of last things). Before that, we complete a study of the sin of IDOLATRY. An honest and biblical study of eschatology surely is one of the most interesting and comforting studies a Christian can consider. We have failed to post the recent programs, but will list them under the menu above: WALKING IN TRUTH. You can hear this latest program by clicking below…

Paul’s Conversion

Walking in Truth: called of GodThe conversion of the Apostle Paul is one of the most interesting and most well-covered matters in the entire New Testament. For a person to completely turn 180 degrees and go in the exact opposite direction he had been heading is remarkable. Paul had been the number one enemy of the developing 1st Century church. After his conversion, he became one of the greatest evangelists for her, ever. A study of Paul’s conversion is rich indeed. Why not listen along to the study we presented to our radio audience regarding this important event. You can listen by clicking below…

John’s Use of the OT #3

Walking in Truth: called of GodWith our listening audience in Marshall County, Kentucky, we finish our study of the passages from the Old Testament which John used to produce faith that Jesus was the promised Messiah, the Christ. You can listen in by clicking below…

John’s Use of the Old Testament

Walking in Truth: called of GodWith our radio audience in western Kentucky, we began a study of the way the Apostle John used the Old Testament in presenting his account of the life of Christ. This study is from the writings of Wayne Jackson. You can read his excellent writing at: Christian Courier. We considered five of the 14 passages in this particular study: John 1.23; John 2.17; John 6.31; John 6.45; and John 7.37-38. The life of Christ as presented in the Book of John is unique from the other three accounts. It is important to study these passages so that we might appreciate the scriptural basis of arguments John makes for Jesus being the Christ. You can listen to the study by clicking BELOW

The Prayer of Intercession

Walking in Truth: called of GodWith the listening audience in the Marshall County Kentucky area, this broadcast discusses a type of prayer. People seem to have difficulty in knowing for what we should pray. Of course, the only reliable source of information for an accurate answer to that question is the Bible. We attempt to present the Bible’s answer to the question of for whom should we pray. Prayer is such a tremendous blessing of the IN CHRIST relationship (Ephesians 1.3). Those who are on praying terms with God ought to want to know more about it and how best to use this powerful resource for the good God intended. Surely prayers of faithful Christians is the thing Satan fears MOST. Let’s commit to defeating Satan’s purposes by effectively using this most powerful tool from the Lord! You can study with us by clicking HERE

Division of the Work

Walking in Truth: called of GodIn our next study with the WALKING IN TRUTH radio audience, we will study from Nehemiah 3. We will study under the heading: DIVISION OF THE WORK. Without a doubt, Nehemiah was one of the greatest leaders of the Old Testament. There are many lessons to be learned in the field of leadership to be learned in this great book. We study together first the record of the builders from Nehemiah 3.1-32.  Then we look at some applications from the text. There are many names listed in this chapter of those who cooperated together to accomplish an amazing building task in just 52 days. The rebuilding of the walls of the city of Jersualem after they had been torn down by Nebuchadnezzar was a massive project. It was accomplished through dedication to and division of the work. Please listen to our study of this great chapter by clicking HERE 

Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit

SOURCE: World Video Bible School
World Video Bible School

The folks at World Video Bible School have enlisted Denny Petrillo to present a study of THE BLASPHEMY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. He has done a masterful job in answering this often studied question. Here is their description of the video…

Have you heard of the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit? Have you wondered if you have committed this sin? The study of the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is a fascinating one, but also a frightening one. The thought of doing something that would provoke eternal damnation is frightening indeed. Join Denny Petrillo (Ph.D.) as he focuses on three areas: (1) What does the word ‘blasphemy’ mean? (2) What is the context in which the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit occurred? (3) Is it possible to commit this sin today?

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