February 4th, 2019 | 57 mins 50 secs
bible interpretations, bible studies, christians, couples, grace, men, millennials, seekers, seminary, theology, women, worship
Did all sacrifices cease after Jesus offered up his own life as a one time atonement for our sins, or are there any sacrifices still relevant today in the Christian faith? Based on Hebrews 13:15-16 not only are they relevant, but they have been prescribed for us to continue to offer up, and according to verse 16, "God is well pleased by them."
May 10th, 2018 | 59 mins 58 secs
4 cups of wine, bone of my bone, bride, bride cup, communion, cup of redemption, cup of salvation, deception, deliverance, eve, first adam, first exodus, flesh of my flesh, jesus, last eve, lord's supper, marriage, passover, redemption, restoration, second adam, second covenant, second exodus, the church, theology, widow, worship
This is the 2nd episode in the series focused on the correlations between the creation of Eve through Adam and Jesus coming to redeem a bride. This episode picks up where episode one left off at the end of Genesis 2:21 and covers all of verse 22 and the first half of verse 23, "The man said, this is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh." Based on the correlation with Jesus for the first part of verse 23, even our traditional views and practices for taking communion (The Lord's Supper), are called into question.
May 5th, 2018 | 58 mins 57 secs
betrothed, bride of christ, christianity, creation, deception, deliverance, first adam, jesus, last eve, office of widows, redemption, restoration, second adam, serpent, the church, theology, widows, women's roles
Through a multiple part series, the case is made that Jesus, as last Adam, came to redeem a bride. Beginning with the creation of the first Eve through the first Adam account in Genesis 2:21-25 and then presenting the correlating passages in the New Testament with the last Adam, the evidence appears to be irrefutable that the Church, Christ’s bride, is also the last Eve. What happens, though, when one half (men) of the church does not recognize or believe this is that the other half (women) of the church, by default will be regarded, and even treated, as though they have less kingdom value and worth.