In part one of this webinar series, we will tackle some of the parables in Matthew 13. Through these teachings God reveals His interim plan for the mystery Kingdom and the Church. Due to Israel's rejection of the Kingdom offer, the Kingdom was postponed. Jesus explained the spiritual conditions that would now be unveiled in the Kingdom's absence. When we take a full, harmonious view of these parables, we will gain a clearer view of the inter-advent period. Join us for this great teaching followed by a Q&A session with Pastor Wesley Livingston.
God is committed to our spiritual growth. The Bible teaches us that God's discipline is a reflection of His love for His children. We cannot expect trials and circumstances to bypass our doors simply because we are believers. We learn from scripture these trials are what develop our faith and maturity in Christ.
Pastor Wesley Livingston explores what Jesus means when He said, "everyone will be salted with fire", and more specifically, how we are to respond as Christ followers.
This teaching from May 2023 is followed by a Q&A session with Pastor Livingston.
For many, discipleship is a program to be participated in. However, discipleship is also a daily walk to die and be conformed into the image of Jesus. Suffering is not the prerequisite for salvation – that is fully accomplished in placing faith in Christ alone. However, it is a requirement for discipleship. In this webinar, Pastor Wesley Livingston examines the scriptures to learn what it means to daily carry our cross.
This teaching is followed by a Q&A session with Pastor Livingston.
We often look at discipleship as a pathway to a particular point in our lives when we obtain spiritual maturity. Worse, we neglect it all together and forge ahead alone.
We see the example Jesus set about what discipleship should look like. It is a life-long process of learning from both God's Word and each other. Discipleship is embracing the spiritual transformation that comes through the fellowship and partnership with His people.
During this webinar, Pastor Wesley Livingston examines the Biblical example of discipleship and how we are to apply this in our spiritual journey as we live with eyes for eternity.
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Arguably noted as the first Gospel to be recorded, the Gospel of Mark is a rapid fire, action-packed account addressed to Roman believers, more specifically, Gentiles. In writing to Roman Gentiles, Mark omits Jewish elements and makes fewer references to Old Testament text.
Mark's Gospel is filled with action from the start of the first chapter as John the Baptist is introduced on the scene to make way for the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ. After 400 years of silence after the book of Malachi, the Jewish people were long awaiting their Messianic King.
What was thought to be a triumphal entry to usher in the Messianic Kingdom was the triumphal entry of Christ ushering in a new humanity by way of suffering and dying on a cross. Along with VBVMI's previous studies in Matthew, Luke, and John, we will see a full picture of Jesus' life, personhood, work, and ministry on earth.
Mark presents Jesus as a suffering king and in turn encourages believers of Christ to obey both in word and in deed. Join us as we walk through the Gospel of Mark, verse by verse.
Explain the naming of the pillars in Solomon's Temple
1 Kings 7 tells us that Jachin (sometimes Jakin), and Boaz are the names of the two bronze pillars at the front portico of the temple built by King Solomon:
1KINGS 7:13 Now King Solomon sent word and had Hiram brought from Tyre.
What was the motivation of the Chief Priests and Pharisees when shouting for Jesus' crucifixion?
Your statement that the Jewish Religious leaders feared the Roman Government does not line up with scripture should we look at the Gospels:
MATT. 27:11 Now Jesus stood before the governor, and the governor questioned Him, saying, “So You are the…
God does not have a wife as you mentioned in your research. The institution of marriage only began in Genesis 2, in which God predates the creation account.
GEN. 2:21 So the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; t…