Sermon Series
  • 1. Jet Tour Through James

    Contributed on Oct 27, 2000
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    Introductory message to the Book of James

    A Jet Tour Through James - Practicality INTRODUCTION: James is a call to put faith to work. Mere words will not do. Agreement with a particular creed in not enough. Genuine faith will be displayed in a life that is increasingly maturing in Christ. We are saved by faith alone, but faith ...read more

  • 2. Jet Tour Through Luke

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to the Gospel of Luke

    The Gospel According To Luke 1. The Author of the Book - Luke - He was: A. … modest, never using his own name, but being referred to by others as “Luke, the beloved Physician” (Col 4:4); B. … a man of culture and high academic training as a doctor and faithful minister to Paul’s physical ...read more

  • 3. Jet Tour Through Mark

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to the Gospel of Mark

    The Gospel According To Mark 1. The Author of the Book - John Mark - He was … A. … a man with 2 names: · John (Hebrew) = “Jehovah has been gracious” · Mark (Roman) = “a large hammer” B. … a young (20) disciple of Jesus at His death. C. … probably the young man who followed Jesus when He ...read more

  • 4. Jet Tour Through Matthew

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to the Gospel of Matthew

    The Gospel According To Matthew 1. The Author of the Book - Matthew = “Gift of Jehovah”. He was … A. … a Hebrew, from the tribe of Levi (Mk 2:14; Lu 5:27) B. … a tax-collector (Mat 9:9; Lu 3:12-13; 19:8) C. … personally called to be a disciple by Jesus (Mat 9:9) D. … probably ...read more

  • 5. Jet Tour Through Hebrews

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction To Hebrews

    HEBREWS - Better INTRODUCTION: Hebrews was the 13th Epistle written by Paul. It was written between Paul’s two Roman imprisonments, as he traveled on his 4th Missionary Journey. After stopping in Ephesus, Paul traveled on to Philippi; but requested Timothy to stay in Ephesus for further ...read more

  • 6. Jet Tour Through 2 Timothy

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction To The Book Of 2 Timothy

    2 TIMOTHY - Encouragement INTRODUCTION: 2 Timothy was the last (14th) Epistle written by Paul. Written from a cold, damp, dreary dungeon with execution imminent, it seems almost hard to imagine that it would be a letter on encouragement instead of self-pity. But that is exactly what it is. ...read more

  • 7. Jet Tour Through Titus

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Titus

    TITUS - Work INTRODUCTION: Titus, the 12th Epistle written by Paul, is one of his shortest. It is a personal Letter to a dear friend and co-laborer. Like 1 Timothy, it was written between Paul’s two Roman imprisonments, as he traveled on his 4th Missionary Journey. Paul obviously visited Crete ...read more

  • 8. Jet Tour Through Philemon

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Philemon

    PHILEMON - Equality INTRODUCTION: Philemon was the 10th Epistle written by Paul. It was one of the four Epistles written by Paul from his Roman jail. It is the smallest and most personal of all Paul’s Letters. It has been called “a postcard with a punch”. It deals with the question, “How do ...read more

  • 9. Jet Tour Through 1 Timothy

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 1 Timothy

    1 TIMOTHY – Counsel INTRODUCTION: 1 Timothy was the 11th Epistle written by Paul. It was written between Paul’s two Roman imprisonments, as he traveled on his 4th Missionary Journey. After stopping in Ephesus, Paul traveled on to Philippi; but requested Timothy to stay in Ephesus for further ...read more

  • 10. Jet Tour Through 1 Thessalonians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 1 Thessalonians

    1 THESSALONIANS - Reunion INTRODUCTION: 1 Thessalonians was the 2nd Epistle written by Paul. Thessalonica was the site of one of Paul’s most successful ministries. Having stayed there less than one month (Acts 17:2), he remarkably established a Church that was doctrinally strong and ...read more

  • 11. Jet Tour Through 2 Thessalonians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 2 Thessalonians

    2 THESSALONIANS - Reassurance INTRODUCTION: 2 Thessalonians was the 3rd Epistle written by Paul. The messenger who had delivered 1st Thessalonians had obviously returned to Paul with a report on the conditions of the Church. Paul writes this 2nd Letter to them without delay to address the ...read more

  • 12. Jet Tour Through Philippians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Philippians

    PHILIPPIANS - Exultation INTRODUCTION: Philippians was one of the four Epistles written by Paul from his Roman jail. It is an expression of joy in the midst of adversity. It has been called his “love letter” to the Church at Philippi, and is among the most intimate of all his Letters. I. ...read more

  • 13. Jet Tour Through Colossians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Colossians

    COLOSSIANS - Completion INTRODUCTION: Colossians was one of the four Epistles written by Paul in his Roman jail. It is the most Christ-centered Book in the Bible. Its message is built around the theme of the supremacy if Christ. It has been called the “twin Epistle” of Ephesians: (1) Both ...read more

  • 14. Jet Tour Through Ephesians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Ephesians

    EPHESIANS - Exaltation INTRODUCTION: Ephesians was one of the four Epistles written by Paul from his Roman jail. It is the loftiest of all NT literature, identifying the Believer as enjoying the blessings of “ heavenly places in Christ”. The letter identifies the wealth, the worth and the walk ...read more

  • 15. Jet Tour Through Revelation

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Revelation

    The Revelation Of Jesus Christ Realizing that there are several different views concerning the return of Christ, and that good and godly men espouse the various views, the comments and questions in this study will be based on what the author understands to be the scriptural view: that being the ...read more

  • 16. Jet Tour Through 1 John

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 1 John

    1 John - Knowledge INTRODUCTION: When John was called he was found mending his nets. John is a mender. His written ministry comes in after the church has been in existence for several decades, and at a time when apostasy had begun to creep in. There was need of a voice to call people back to the ...read more

  • 17. Jet Tour Through 2 John

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 2 John

    2nd John - Truth INTRODUCTION: 2nd John is more of a “postcard” than a Letter. Although it is among the smallest Books in the Bible, it has an important message for us to heed. I. The Author of the Book - A. Anonymous: B. Reasons for believing the Elder to be John: 1. Vocabulary ...read more

  • 18. Jet Tour Through 3 John

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 3 John

    3rd John - Hospitality INTRODUCTION: 3rd John, like 2nd John, was probably written as a note to a friend attached to the circulatory Letter of 1st John. Where 2nd John warned against receiving false teachers, 3rd John warns against refusing to show proper hospitality and respect to true ...read more

  • 19. Jet Tour Through Jude

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Jude

    Jude - Defense INTRODUCTION: Jude was intended to be an encouraging and uplifting message on the theme of Salvation. But when he began to write, the Holy Spirit impressed on him the need for a hard-hitting warning about false teachers. The message here is short and to the point, stinging and ...read more

  • 20. Jet Tour Through 1 Peter

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 1 Peter

    1st Peter - Suffering INTRODUCTION: 1 Peter was written at a time when it was extremely dangerous to declare one’s personal faith in Jesus as Savior and Lord. Christianity had been outlawed, and Nero was doing all he could to eradicate the “sect” from his empire. Believers had begun to suffer ...read more

  • 21. Jet Tour Through 2 Peter

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 2 Peter

    2 Peter - Caution INTRODUCTION: 2 Peter along with 1, 2, 3 John and Jude were all written to address the very real danger of false doctrine and false teachers in the Church. It is easy to understand why this was so necessary: (1) The NT had not yet been completed, nor widely disseminated; (2) ...read more

  • 22. Jet Tour Through Galatians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Galatians

    GALATIANS - Liberty INTRODUCTION: Galatians was the 1st Epistle written by Paul. It presents the most vital New Testament message concerning faith versus works for salvation. While insisting that we avoid legalism as a requirement for salvation, Paul here encourages us to spiritual maturity so ...read more

  • 23. Jet Tour Through 2 Corinthians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 2 corinthians

    2 CORINTHIANS - Consolation INTRODUCTION: 2 Corinthians was the 5th Epistle written by Paul. It is the most personal and intimate of his Letters, defending his calling, his conduct, and his character. I. The Author of the Book - The Apostle Paul (1:1) A. Paul (1:1:10:1) - Though his ...read more

  • 24. Jet Tour Through 1 Corinthians

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to 1 Corinthians

    1 CORINTHIANS - Sanctification INTRODUCTION: 1 Corinthians was the 4th Epistle written by Paul. It provides an excellent view of the early Church with their struggles for doctrinal and personal purity. I. The Author of the Book - The Apostle Paul (1:1) A. Paul (1:1 & 16:21) - Though ...read more

  • 25. Jet Tour Through Romans

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Romans

    ROMANS - Justification INTRODUCTION: Romans was the 6th Epistle written by Paul. It is the 1st in the canon of our Scriptures because it stands out as the greatest doctrinal defense of the Gospel of all his Letters.. I. The Author of the Book - A. Paul (1:1) - Though his name only ...read more

  • 26. Jet Tour Through Acts

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2000
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    Introduction to Acts

    Acts of The Apostles 1. The Author of The Book - Luke - (See notes in Lesson 2.) - Luke’s authorship of Acts is seen in : A. Similar introductions to both books (Lu 1:1-4; Acts 1:1-2); B. Similar literary styles; C. Use of the pronoun “we” indicates it was written by ...read more