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John MacArthur Ministries (January-31-2020) Bible Questions and Answers, Part 69 (Selected Scriptures)
The Bible Project (January-29-2020) How to Read the Bible: The Parables of Jesus. Jesus of Nazareth was a master storyteller, and many of his most well-known teachings were told as parables. But these stories were designed to do much more than simply "teach." Jesus said the parables were designed to both reveal and conceal his message about the arrival of God's Kingdom. In this video, we explore the main themes in Jesus' parables and ask why he used them as the primary vehicle for his message.
Joyce Meyer (January-26-2020) Message: How to Study the Bible. Joyce shares how to experience changes in your life when you apply the Word of God.
Benny Hinn (January-24-2020) Sermon: Finding Jesus Every Book of the Bible P4. Colorado-based minister, pastor, and television broadcaster Marilyn Hickey is well known around the world for her in-depth teaching of God’s Word. Her study guide, Encounter the Word, is practical, comprehensive, and organized approach to all 66 books of the Bible and how Jesus is represented from Genesis to Revelation. Join Pastor Benny Hinn and Marilyn as they spotlight the New Testament Gospels. Gain a powerful perspective on the Bible as you discover the Lord Jesus Christ in a fresh new way!
Christian Motivation - Truly Born Again Explained - 4 Biblical Evidences That You Are New. We all know that not everyone who claims to be a born-again Christian is a genuine follower of Christ. This Video Emphasizes on what "Born Again" really means biblically by following the Apostles in acts on how they dealt with Born again Christians and the first church.
THE HIDDEN PROPHECY of the Bible.
Joseph Prince (December-17-2019) Daily Devotion: DO YOU KNOW THE JESUS OF THE BIBLE?
John 14:7 - “If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also; and from now on you know Him and have seen Him.”
Someone once told me that just because you ask God for something, it does not mean that He will give it to you. Quoting 1 John 5:14–15, he said that we first have to ask according to His will before He hears and gives us what we ask of Him.
Of course, we do not ask for things that are against God’s will or Word. But what is normally implied in the earlier statement is that we don’t always know what God’s will for us is—“what will be, will be.” But didn’t Jesus say, “He who has seen Me has seen the Father” (John 14:9)? This means that if you want to know what the Father’s will, mind, heart or attitude toward you and your family is, just look at Jesus in the Gospel stories.
So if your child is sick, is it God’s will to heal him? Well, look at Jesus and see how He ministered to children who were sick—the Syro-Phoenician’s daughter who was demon-possessed (see Mark 7:24–30), Jairus’ daughter who was dead (see Mark 5:22–24, 35–43), and the widow of Nain’s only son who had died and was about to be buried (see Luke 7:12–15). Jesus cast out the demon. He raised the dead. He healed them all!
Beloved, don’t say, “We can never know God’s will. Sometimes He heals, sometimes He doesn’t. He may bless us, but He may also take away our blessings.” The Jesus of the Bible never made anyone sick. He never made anyone poor. He made the little become much with 12 baskets full of leftovers (see Matthew 14:20). He gave a net-breaking, boat-sinking load of fish to fishermen (see Luke 5:6–7).
My friend, the Jesus of the Bible loves to heal, deliver, prosper and save people. This Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever (see Hebrews 13:8). And He says to you today, “If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also; and from now on you know Him and have seen Him.” So you can know God’s will for you. You can see what He will do for you when you know the Jesus of the Bible and what He did.