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Contributed on Nov 20, 2018
To establish that Jesus’ promise to them, that: “ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you,” was fulfilled on the Day of Pentecost. Luke wrote an exhaustive narrative of the fulfillment of this event; which none can dispute, with any success.
INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Joel’s Prophecy: “I will pour out of my Spirit” 2. John’s Prediction: “Ye shall be baptized” 3. Jesus’ Promise: “Ye shall receive power” Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “Ye shall receive power.” This lesson will address the “who” it ...read more
Contributed on Nov 8, 2018
To lesson deals with one of Jesus’ action miracles: the healing of a man with palsy, and his great joy; the criticism of some Jewish leaders, regarding Jesus' claims of divinity; and the marvel of the people, giving glory to God.
INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. We Never Saw Such a Man 2. We Never Saw Such a Multitude 3. We Never Saw Such a Miracle Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “We never saw it on this fashion.” This miracle of the paralytic is mentioned in Matthew, Mark and Luke’s ...read more
Contributed on Oct 14, 2018
To establish that in the course of all of our lives; while serving Christ there will be perilous times and risks that press upon our faith. It will be then we need to remember the promised reassurances of God in time of need; and then wait for His providential rescue.
INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Paul’s Witness: “Amidst Perilous Risks and Times” 2. Paul’s Witness: “After Promised Reassurances” 3. Paul’s Witness: “After Providential Rescue” Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “All Hope was Lost!” As some might know, it is easy to ...read more
Contributed on Oct 9, 2018
To establish that Peter’s discussion of this great event occurred when Noah was building the Ark; during 120 years which culminated by the flood. It was Christ’s Spirit in Noah, that preached to the disobedient people refusing to obtain safety in the Ark; where Noah and his house was saved by God.
INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Christ Preached: Through Righteous Noah 2. Christ Preached: To the Disobedient 3. Christ Preached: To the Spirits in Prison Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “Christ's Preaching: to spirits in prison.” This theme has encouraged many ...read more
Contributed on Sep 2, 2018
To establish that saints will find themselves faced with undesirable or unpleasant choices, in their walk of faith. Like Paul: “For the good that I would, I do not: but the evil which I would not, that I do.” This lesson deals with our ability to overcome the weaknesses of the flesh.
INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. A Perplexing Position 2. A Pitiful Plight 3. A Perfect Provision Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “A Spiritual Dilemma.” This will be one of our “Expository Sermons.” We will read the text, explain the text; and apply the text to ...read more
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Contributed on Jan 11, 2018
A young couple visited a boarding care home which housed children for adoption. The care taker brought out all the children who were clean (freshly bath), well dressed, properly schooled in manners; for this couple’s inspection and selection. As they passed down the line and spoke to each child, ...read more
Contributed on Oct 18, 2017
A man was type rope walking across Niagara Falls. As he made his first attempt, it seemed like the draft from the falls would pull him down. With some struggle, he got to the other side and returned. A crowd began to gather. He asked: "how many of you believe I can take this wheel barrel across and ...read more