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  • John 6:1-15: In this miracle, Jesus shows that he cares for the physical needs of the people and reacts in compassion to those needs. However, He also uses this miracle as an important lesson for His disciples. They see their own lack of resources; He sees the need - resources are never a problem for the Son of God. We must be willing to learn from this lesson ourselves.    Listen:       Download:  X

  • Mark 6:1-29:One of the facts of human experience is the changes we go through during the course of our time on earth. At one point, Job complained: "changes and war are against me" (Job 10:17). We lose a job or a loved one. Our health deteriorates. We move. All of these and many more changes are some of the great challenges we face in life. Often these changes seem to work against us (as mentioned by Job), but they also give us heavenly perspective and cause us to fear God. David said of the wicked, "Because they have no changes, therefore they fear not God" (Psalm 55:19). Since we often struggle with these changes, we need God to help us through them. We need Him to show us how to use them as stepping stones and not as stumbling blocks. Yet, how can an unchangeable God ("I am the LORD, I change not" - Malachi 3:6) understand our changes? He does this through Jesus Christ who is both God and man. As God, He is unchanging ("the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever" - Hebrews 13:8). As man, He experienced the changes of life and can help us through them when we have our own changes (Hebrews 2:18). Notice the three great changes experienced by Christ in this lesson and compare them to the changes in our lives. Truly, Jesus is able to help those who are going through great changes.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • Luke 8:26-56: We know that Christ can heal and that in healing He changes lives. However, He can change lives in a multitude of ways. He can restore a life that has gone to ruin, bring a family back together, or give renewed hope and purpose to one who has given up hope. This lesson, more than anything else, is about the power of Jesus Christ to touch a life and leave it different than it ever was before.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • Luke 7:1-17: The miracles of Christ demonstrate His power and reveal His identity as the Son of God. However, they always had additional teaching value for the disciples and we can continue to learn these lessons today. As you study the two miracles in this lesson, look beyond the miracles themselves and see the lessons that are there that will help us in our Christian walk and in our service for the King.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • John 5:1-47: Jesus used the healing of a lame man at the pool of Bethesda as an occasion to teach of His oneness with the Father. The One who could heal on the Sabbath was also the One who came from the Father.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • Mark 2:1-12: The record of this miracle is found in three gospels. You should compare the record in Mark with Matthew 9:1-8 and Luke 5:17-26. Though Christ must have healed multitudes of sick people and numerous miracles are described in the gospels, this one is unique because of the part friends played in bringing their lame friend to the Lord Jesus. May the Lord give us such friends in our times of need. May we be a friend to those who need someone to bring them to the Saviour.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • Luke 5:1-16: As to the gospel records, this is the second call given to the disciples. However, it points to three calls from the Lord Jesus to all of us. The first call is the call to salvation. The second call is the call to discipleship, or sanctification. For the disciples, this is found in John 1:35-42. There, Jesus invited them, "Come and see" (John 1:39).The third call is the call to service; the call to be fishers of men. This call for the disciples is recorded in this chapter and in Matthew 4:18-22. As Jesus told them in Matthew 4:19: "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."   Listen:       Download:  X

  • Luke 4:14-44: Jesus now enters into His public ministry in earnest. The second year of His ministry is often called the Year of Popularity (after the Year of Obscurity and before the Year of Conflict). This chapter illustrates that popularity. The people rejoice at what He has to say and they are amazed at His power to heal and to cast out devils. However, even in His time of popularity, His own home town of Nazareth rejects Him.    Listen:       Download:  X

  • John 4:1-42: Once again, we see Jesus in action witnessing one on one. We can learn much from His witness to the Samaritan woman.   Listen:       Download:  X

  • John 3:1-21: This lesson contains what is probably the most famous verse in the Bible - John 3:16. Here, Nicodemus sneaks in to see Jesus in order to discover His true message. We can be glad he did because we have in this story a wonderful message of salvation.   Listen:       Download:  X



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