Audio Teachings by Don Krow
Paul an apostle (Rom. 1:1). What is an apostle? How many apostles are in the New Testament? Although there were only 12 apostles of the Lamb, there are many apostles mentioned in the New Testament who are not the 12. Christ continued to give apostles to His church even after His death and resurrection (Eph. 4:8-11).
Jesus was declared to be the Son of God with power... by the resurrection from the dead (Rom. 1:4). Who was Jesus Christ? What kind of Messiah were the Jews looking for? What made Jesus' resurrection different than others who were raised to life? Why is the resurrection the Christians hope?
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Paul stated to the Roman church that he longed to see them so that he may impart to them some spiritual gift (Rom. 1:11). What are spiritual gifts? Have they passed away? How are they imparted? What was the desired effect of an imparted spiritual gift? What kind of gifts does God give to followers of Jesus?
A powerful Bible study that explains Jesus message to humanity and what we must do to respond to His message. You may be surprised.
This may be thought of as past, present and future aspects of salvation. Justification, sanctification, and glorification. See what salvation entails for those who are waiting for His return.
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How are we led by the Spirit? How do we evangelize and make disciples? Is praying in the Spirit important? Should we fast? How do we get free from legalism? It's all Jesus. Discover all of this and more in this teaching!
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We are so accustomed to hearing the phrases, "Ask Jesus into your heart," "Ask Jesus to be your personal Savior," "Repeat this prayer after me," etc., that we have forgotten to check these statements out with the Scriptures. What did the early New Testament church really teach and how did people respond? See for yourself in this teaching and then compare it with the Scripture and forsake your traditions.