Of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Luke offers the most systematic account of Jesus’ life and teachings. In this episode, we look at the beginning of Luke 5, where Jesus calls three fishermen to be his apostles. This passage shows us how sharing the Gospel is a spiritual discipline.
Most of Matthew 22 finds the Jewish authorities barraging Jesus with questions. The chapter ends with Jesus asking a question of his own, one the Jewish leaders are not comfortable answering. Today we look at Matthew 22:35-46.
You can also find an audio version of this Bible Study on my podcast.
Does God demand unwavering faith from us? Here’s what we learn in one of Jesus’ healing miracles in Matthew 17.
Everything Jesus said and did that’s recorded in the Gospels has something to teach us. In this episode, we discuss our “take-home” lesson in Jesus walking on water.
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In one of Jesus’ better-known miracles, we discover another important insight about discipleship and the work of the Church. In this episode, we take a look at Jesus feeding the 5000 in Matthew 14.
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New podcast episode. Jesus’ healing of a paralytic in the Gospel of Matthew reveals some important insights about the meaning of miracles.
In this Bible study of Jesus’ encounter with a Centurion in Matthew 8 we learn more about the nature of Christian discipleship.
A study of Mathew 6:22-33. Jesus teaches about focus and priorities.