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A Sign for All Times

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, Inc

On today's Every Last Word with Philip Ryken: How often have you heard someone say “if God would just give me a sign, then I would believe in him”? Perhaps you’ve said it yourself. People have been asking for a sign to prove God’s existence for centuries. When skeptics asked Jesus to prove that he was God, he said their only sign would be the sign of Jonah. 

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Our Unique Christ - Monday, October 14, 2019

We bring nothing to God, yet when we become one of his children, we get everything in return. This series looks at the nature of Jesus Christ and the magnitude of our inheritance in his death. Our Unique Christ gives us new insight into who Jesus Christ is, and how he gives order and meaning into our lives. You’ll also learn why Christ’s death—and his death alone is necessary and sufficient to be payment for our sins.

The Life and Ministry of Jesus - Friday, October 11, 2019

Who is Jesus? The pages of Scripture shout the answer. Son of Man and Son of God. The Way, the Truth, and the Life. Prophet, Priest and King. The Bread of Life. The Good Shepherd. King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Redeemer. Savior.

And yet we live in a world that prefers to see Jesus as a gifted teacher, or as a revolutionary, and nothing more. Jesus has been marginalized, stereotyped, and often ignored, to the eternal peril of millions upon millions. 

From “Our Glorious Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ”--the 2010 Quakertown Conference on Reformed Theology—here’s Ian Duguid.

The messages from this, and countless other Alliance conference ministries, are available for purchase at ReformedResources.org

An Acrostic Poem about God - Thursday, October 10, 2019

The goodness of God is displayed in His works.  It’s a rather obvious statement to the believer, yet the unbeliever often fails to see the miraculous in the obvious. On today's edition of The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice we’ll be studying Psalm 111, an acrostic Hebrew poem about the works and the qualities of a great and mighty God. 

The Word Became Flesh - Part 1 - Wednesday, October 9, 2019

What if God was one of us--a person we pass on the street, or sit next to on the bus? Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he begins his new series from John’s Gospel entitled, That You May Believe, and explores the question, “Can we know God, and know Him personally?"

Jesus and the Devil - Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Today on Every Last Word with Philip Ryken: It may look great to other people when we clean up our lives and live morally. But self-help methods end up hurting us in the end. The truth is we can’t help ourselves. When we try, we open ourselves to the attacks of the devil who loves to take possession of our souls. What we need is for Jesus Christ to take possession instead. 

The Death of Christ and You - Monday, October 7, 2019

We bring nothing to God, yet when we become one of his children, we get everything in return. This series looks at the nature of Jesus Christ and the magnitude of our inheritance in his death. Our Unique Christ gives us new insight into who Jesus Christ is, and how he gives order and meaning into our lives. You’ll also learn why Christ’s death—and his death alone is necessary and sufficient to be payment for our sins.

The Incarnate Word - Friday, October 4, 2019

Who is Jesus? The pages of Scripture shout the answer. Son of Man and Son of God. The Way, the Truth, and the Life. Prophet, Priest and King. The Bread of Life. The Good Shepherd. King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Redeemer. Savior.

And yet we live in a world that prefers to see Jesus as a gifted teacher, or as a revolutionary, and nothing more. Jesus has been marginalized, stereotyped, and often ignored, to the eternal peril of millions upon millions. 

From “Our Glorious Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ”--the 2010 Quakertown Conference on Reformed Theology—here’s Joel Beeke.

The messages from this, and countless other Alliance conference ministries, are available for purchase at ReformedResources.org

The Order of Melchizedek - Thursday, October 3, 2019

Of all the personalities we meet in Scripture, perhaps none is more mysterious than Melchizedek.   Both a king and a priest, he’s a figure like no other.  What’s the significance of this king of Salem, and why is he so important in our understanding of the Messiah?  Find out today on The Bible Study Hour as Dr. James Boice leads us in a study of this unique and mysterious character.  

A River Runs Though It - Part 2 - Wednesday, October 2, 2019

In the Holy City, a river flows from the Temple: a river whose streams make glad the City of God.  It’s a river spoken of by other prophets; a river that becomes deeper and wider as it flows from Jerusalem.  Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he describes this life-giving river that ultimately points to the Lord Jesus Christ, and the living water that flows from Him.

Lectionary Calendar
Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
the Week of Proper 23 / Ordinary 28
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