Pastor Wayne Van Gelderen shares Biblical truth that will bring hope and comfort in these uncertain days. May we draw closer to God through this time and impact those around us for eternity. https://fallsbaptist.orghttps://bcmedu.orghttps://www.theegeneration.orghttps://ontovictorypress.com If you'd like to support this ministry - https://fallsbaptist.org/give/
Emma Dotter and one of our very own Watermark High School Freshman students, Hayden Chamness, are in the studio leading us through a conversation around John 1. Even though we can't physically SEE Jesus, we witness him at work through those around us.
Maybe you have neighbors who celebrate Passover and you wonder what that is all about. It is a central idea in the Bible and a huge part of the worship rhythm of God's people. The original feast helped God's people remember how He delivered them from slavery and oppression. Year after year, they observed this to remember that. But at the same time, they were learning about a much greater future deliverance… their Passover lambs pointed to The Passover Lamb whose blood would save them for good. The ties between the two are impossible to dismiss. Jesus was there all along! Our real Passover Lamb! Whose death freed us for good!Support the show
https://bible.usccb.org/bible/luke/19?1. Zacchaeus, come down quickly, for today I must stay at your house.//https://bible.usccb.org/bible/2Thessalonians/1?11. We always pray for you, that our God may make you worthy of his calling // Psalm 145 - I will praise your name for ever, my king and my God //https://bible.usccb.org/bible/Wisdom/11?22 // Therefore you rebuke offenders little by little, warn them and remind them of the sins they are committing, that they may abandon their wickedness and believe in you, O LORD! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sofia-fonseca7/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sofia-fonseca7/support
The Passover Lamb (God Forgives Us)Maybe you have neighbors who celebrate Passover and you wonder what that is all about. It is a central idea in the Bible and a huge part of the worship rhythm of God's people. The original feast helped God's people remember how He delivered them from slavery and oppression. Year after year, they observed this to remember that. But at the same time, they were learning about a much greater future deliverance… their Passover lambs pointed to The Passover Lamb whose blood would save them for good. The ties between the two are impossible to dismiss. Jesus was there all along! Our real Passover Lamb! Whose death freed us for good!Support the show
PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of "HEBREWS" in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 242 and it focuses with a view to Hebrews 1:3; 5:1; 6:4-5; 8:2-6; 9:24; Romans 5:5 & 15-21.
The Quarantiny has gone international!!! Our first episode with an international guest, Colin Miller. We invited Colin to join us on the podcast today talk about fish and chips, good potatoes, and what the J-curve life is all about. Colin works with the ministry See Jesus and is stationed over in Ireland (hence the fish and chips/potatoes).
I witness that Jesus lives, that He knows us, and that He has the power to heal, to transform, and to forgive.
E38 Blindness and seeing are very important to God. Jesus said I judge no one, but later He said, ‘For judgment I have come into the world that those who do not see may see, and those who see become blind.' Is that fair? Indeed, because in essence everyone will see! God will see to it! If you think you're blind ask Him to open your eyes. If you're sure you see absolutely clearly ask Him to make you blind so He can make you really see! Never forget His timing is always perfect.
One of Rooted's five pillars is theological depth through biblical exposition. Anyone who has taught teenagers understands that this aspiration is easier to affirm than it is to apply! How can a youth minister teach the tough truths of Scripture in a sensitive and engaging way to teenagers? Seth Stewart, Editor in Chief of Spoken Gospel, joins the podcast to discuss these very topics!Additional Resources:Be sure to check out Rooted's grace-filled, gospel-centered, Bible-saturated discipleship curricula at rootedreservoir.com!Spoken Gospel: https://www.spokengospel.com"7 Ways to See Jesus in the Royal and Wisdom Psalms" - https://rootedministry.com/7-ways-to-see-jesus-in-the-royal-and-wisdom-psalms/
We live in a world where people believe that you have your truth, and they have their truth. Their thing is their thing, your thing is your thing. Jesus is for some, but not for everyone. Early on in God's redemptive story, He showed clearly that Jesus would be a blessing for everyone! Jesus was the blessing promised to Abraham! No matter where you grew up, what your nationality is, what religion(s) you have been a part of, Jesus was sent here for all. For you. That impacts and shapes your life in ways that bless you, and ways that bless those around you.Support the show
The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "I Want to See Jesus" for October 23, 2022 followed by the announcements. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support
Could you use a good word from the Good Word? In this episode, Commissioner Dave Hudson—who was also the very first guest on this podcast—brings us the Word from the life of Jesus, who was known as a friend of sinners. This recording is from 2020, when Commissioner Hudson was just days away from retirement. After dedicating himself to ministry with The Salvation Army for more than 40 years, Commissioner Dave Hudson retired in 2020 as National Commander of The Salvation Army in the U.S. He preached here at a Commissioning event for The Salvation Army in the western U.S. The event annually marks the ordination and appointment of new officers, or pastors, of The Salvation Army. Commissioner Hudson challenges those individuals—and each one of us—to consider the way Scripture shows us that Jesus accepted everyone as they are. That was regardless of their background and despite a society where the marginalized were ignored, religion was defined by laws, and people were separated and treated differently because of their identity and status. Jesus' instructions to us were simple, Commissioner Hudson said: Love. EPISODE SHOWNOTES: Read more. WHAT'S YOUR CAUSE? Take our quiz. STUDY SCRIPTURE. Get inside the collection. GATHER WITH CARING MOMS. Join the group. BE INSPIRED. Follow us on Instagram. FIGHT FOR GOOD. Give to The Salvation Army.
PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of "HEBREWS" in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 241 and it focuses with a view to Hebrews 8:1-2; Revelation 7, Esp. Verse 15.
We welcome you to today's broadcast. Billy Lambert will be sharing insight from God's word. This broadcast is part of a nationally televised series sponsored by the churches of Christ. Please sign up for our FREE Bible correspondence course and check out our YouTube channel to see all the latest shows. Our goal is to encourage you to get to know your Bible. Have you watched Getting To Know Your Bible? Please check us out on Dish Network or Direct TV. Click here to find out where you can watch in your area. Our goal is to encourage you to get to know your Bible. #TelevisionMinistry #spreadthegospel Getting To Know Your Bible blogs are available on Spaces by WIX, the GTKYB social media pages, and on our website. Follow along with Billy's weekly podcasts and posts to be encouraged. #TelevisionMinistry #spreadthegospel #GTKYB #BillyLambert #Bible #study #summerdale #churchofchrist #Jesus #NewTestament #church #encouragement #podcast
A lot of people, including Christians, don't seem to know the Old Testament very well. We might know a few of the Sunday School stories. But beyond that, we quit on Bible reading plans because we get bored by the time we get to Leviticus. It might be because we aren't seeing Jesus in it. And He is there. Right from the beginning, the epic battle begins. And we need Someone to come and rescue us and win that battle for us. We need a Man who stands in the gap for us. A true King. And He is promised from the beginning.Support the show
PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of "HEBREWS" in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 240 and it focuses with a view to Hebrews 8:1-2.
We Want To See Jesus (God Fixes Us)A lot of people, including Christians, don't seem to know the Old Testament very well. We might know a few of the Sunday School stories. But beyond that, we quit on Bible reading plans because we get bored by the time we get to Leviticus. It might be because we aren't seeing Jesus in it. And He is there. Right from the beginning, the epic battle begins. And we need Someone to come and rescue us and win that battle for us. We need a Man who stands in the gap for us. A true King. And He is promised from the beginning.Support the show
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What are we trusting in to give us value and measure our identity? Jesus longs for us to place our identity more and more in Him, in His love for us, and how He sees us, rather than in how the world measures us.For prayer, giving, and to stay connected, please visit cccgreeley.orgDiscussion Guide for this message: https://tinyurl.com/23m37mkmChrist Community Church – Greeley, CO
This Sunday we continue our series with John 12:12-26. The Triumphal Entry is typically held for Palm Sunday in the spring time. Does that mean we hit the wrong equinox? No! The rest of the Gospel of John focuses on the last week Jesus spent in Jerusalem leading to His death and resurrection. John was there for it all. He was the only one of the disciples that was present all the way through the crucifixion. This last week had clearly left a major impression on him, and we will see details that none of the other Gospels include. That all beings with the Triumphal Entry. Jesus came into Jerusalem on a donkey, not exactly what you hope for in a conquering king to inspire the nation. That would be like your favorite F1 driver showing up in an old Ford Taurus. As with everything else, though, Jesus was intentional about it all. As we study this passage together, we will follow the request of the Greeks who were present, “We want to see Jesus.” We will take a look about what we see about Jesus, who He is, and how that matters for us.
The Price is Right, Breaking Animal News, Airline Middle Seat, Grocery Self-Checkout, Masterclass, BONUS CONTENT: Uprise Festival; Quotes: “They can hear about C.S. Lewis and World War 1 at length.” “You're telling me Rice a Roni is 28 cents?” “There were scattered pieces of ham sandwich.” “I've heard enough words. I need to SEE Jesus.”
We're interested, but we have questions. We're eager to know more. Can we see him? What would he require of us if we were to begin to follow him?” That's the idea behind the request found in John 12:21 “we want to see Jesus.” It's a request from a group of outsiders in every way. It's also a signal that Jesus' “hour” had finally come; what had required years of preparation and anticipation was here. With emotional intensity, Jesus describes what his “hour” is and the crossroads it brings everyone to. He ends with an appeal that leaves hearts racing. All of this is his answer to their request to “see Jesus” and it's his answer to ours as well.