A study of the incarnation. Jesus Christ is the sinner’s hope. What kind of nature did Jesus assume as He took on humanity? What type of humanity did He take?
Christ in the Bible is set forth in types, symbols and prophecies. This study explores the way certain Bible characters saw Christ in both the Old and New Testaments and how we see Him today.
When Christ delivers us from the power of evil, there is a vacuum that must be filled by His Spirit. There is danger when we neglect to ally ourselves with the divine nature of Christ.
The humility of God is revealed in Christ. This study considers the lessons of humility taught by the cross of Christ.
How can we be sure that Jesus is the Messiah of the Old Testament (Tanakh)? Is the 70th week of Daniel 9 still to be fulfilled? And what did Jesus really mean when He said, “The time is fulfilled” in Mark 1:15? And what does the Passover have to do with it anyway? Come with me on a journey to discover the answers to these questions and more as we consider the 70 Week Prophecy of Daniel 9. You’ll be simply amazed.
This Sermon is all about Friendship – how God is friends with us and how we should use the same love for like believers.
Taken by Neville Brittain.
My Beloved Son: Another Look at the Godhead – The Darling Son of God. This presentation looks at the Biblical use of “agapetos” (Beloved, Darling) and its connection with “monogenes” (Only Begotten), demonstrating that “only begotten” means more than you think. Presented by Paul Chapman, February 19, 2011.
“Only Begotten Son”. What does this mean? Much confusion is created with this expression in Seventh-day Adventist circles. Some say it is only a title, others that it refers to the human nature of Christ, others say it refers to the divine nature of Christ–that He was literally begotten of the Father in eternity past. So what is the answer? Sermon presented by Paul Chapman, 5th February, 2011, Sunshine Coast, Australia.
In the parable of the Vine and the Branches, Christ addresses the challenge of our personal connection with Him and the fruit of our character.
What constitutes true Christian unity? Gerson Robles discusses the principles of unification among all Christians.