Archive for the ‘03 – Study of Christ (Christology)’ Category

The Serving Attitude of a Christian (Phil 2:1-8)

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Sean Kelly shares how believers are to have the same attitude that Christ displayed.

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The Resurrection of Jesus: Why Is It So Important?

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

The resurrection is extremely important. In this study we give two reasons why the the resurrection is important, and four accomplishments of the resurrection.

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Peter Ties David’s Prophecy to Jesus (Acts 2:25-31)

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Turning once again to Old Testament, Peter continues his sermon to the Jews in Jerusalem on Pentecost. Peter cites a prophecy of David in Psalm 16, and shows that David was talking about the Messiah, not himself. David’s body did decay – his grave is nearby. Peter shows that David looked ahead to Jesus, his earthly descendant. Jesus fulfilled David’s prophecies!

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Peter Tells of Jesus’ Identity, Death, and Resurrection (Acts 2:22-24)

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Peter begins the main focus of his sermon – Jesus of Nazareth, a Man attested by God. He references Jesus’ miracles, Jesus’ crucifixion by these Jews, and Jesus’ resurrection. Jesus, the true Messiah, was crucified by these men.

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Communion Concepts in the Book of Revelation

Monday, January 6th, 2020
Communion Concepts in the Book of Revelation

Communion, or the Lord’s Table, can be a dry and even boring exercise. It should not be. The concepts relating to communion – the selfless, sacrificial death of Jesus, His resurrection, and His return – are all found throughout the Book of Revelation. We find the Lamb – the title used most often for Jesus in Revelation – revealed in four major themes in Revelation.

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Christmas: Separating Fact from Fiction

Wednesday, December 25th, 2019
Christmas: Separating Fact from Fiction

Are these statements about Christmas fact or fiction? Can you determine which of these twelve statements regarding Christmas is factual (true) and which is fictitious (false)? You may be very, very surprised at what you find out to be true or untrue!

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How Should We Reflect the First Coming of Jesus? (Hebrews 2:9-18)

Wednesday, December 25th, 2019
How Should We Reflect the First Coming of Christ? (Hebrews 2:9-18)

Christmas should not be focused on ourselves, on gifts, on lights, or anything else. These practices may not be wrong, but do they distract from the actual message of Christmas? Whatever our “Christmas practices” and our year-around lifestyle are, Hebrews 2 indicates that should emphasize these five essential facts about Jesus’ first coming.

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What Purpose Does the Genealogy of Jesus Serve?

Tuesday, December 24th, 2019

The genealogies of Jesus presented in Matthew 1 and Luke 3 can be seen, not as a list, but as a table of contents to history and the faithfulness and working of God through history. In this study, we look at 5 primary observations concerning God and the earthly lineage of Jesus.

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The Spectacle of Jesus’ Ascension and the Promise of His Return (Acts 1:9-11)

Sunday, October 6th, 2019

When Jesus finished talking to the 11 apostles on Mt Olivet, He was lifted up into the sky and disappeared out of their sight. The apostles just stand and stare, until they are spoken to by two angels, who ask them why they stand and stare. The angels then issue a promise that Jesus will come back in the same way, bodily and visibly – a truth that is core to Christian belief.

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The Book of Acts: Luke Continued

Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Luke introduces his second volume, the Book of Acts, by looking back at his first volume, the Gospel of Luke. Luke affirms the certainty of the evidence of his first volume as he beings his second volume.

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