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Number of discs:4
Genesis - DVD- Commentary
The Genesis Commentary includes the following
- Genesis Session 1- Introduction,
The Book of Beginnings, Is the Bible Inerrant?
- Genesis Session 2-
Satan, The Mysteries of Light.
- Genesis Session 3- 2nd Day, The
Fabric of Space, Stretching the Heavens,
Hyperdimensions, Boundaries of Reality.
- Genesis Session 4- 3rd Day, Dry Land, Seas,
Vegetation, The Water Molecule, The Cell Revealed.
- Genesis Session 5- 4th Day, The Nebular
Hypothesis, The Long Day of Joshua, Signs in the
- Genesis Session 6- 5th Day, The Mystery of
- Genesis Session 7- 6th Day, The
Architecture of Man, The Nature of Time.
- Genesis Session 8- 7th Day, The Sabbath.
- Genesis Session 9- Chapter 3, The Seed Plot
of the Entire Bible.
- Genesis Session 10- Chapters 4 & 5, The
2nd Murder, The Geneology of Noah.
- Genesis Session 11- Chapter 6, The Days of
- Genesis Session 12- Chapters 7 & 8, The
- Genesis Session 13- Chapters 9 & 10,
The Post-Flood World.
- Genesis Session 14- Chapter 11, The Tower
- Genesis Session 15-
Chapters 12 -
15, The Call of Abraham.
- Genesis Session 16- Chapters 16 -
20, The Walk of Abraham.
- Genesis Session 17- Chapters 21,
22, 24, The Birth of Isaac, The Offering of Isaac, A
Bride for Isaac.
- Genesis Session 18- Chapters 23,
25-27, The Death of Sarah, Birth of Esau and Jacob,
The Covenant Confirmed, The Stolen Blessing.
- Genesis Session 19- Chapters
28-31, Jacob at Bethel, Leah and Rachel, Sons of
Jacob, Jacob's Flight.
- Genesis Session 20- Chapters 32-36,
Jacob's Wrestling, Jacob Reconciles With Esau, Dinah
Avenged, Jacob Returns to Bethel, The Generations of
- Genesis Session 21- Chapters
37-39, Joseph's Dreams, Judah's Sin With Tamar
(Review of Ruth), Joseph Imprisoned.
- Genesis Session 22- Chapters
40-45, Joseph in Egypt.
- Genesis Session 23- Chapters
46-48 & 50, The Family in Egypt.
- Genesis Session 24- Chapter 49,
The Tribes Prophetically.
Price: R 399.00
Run Time: 10 hour(s)
Number of discs:4
Numbers Commentary - DVD
In Hebrew, Bmidbar means
''in the wilderness,''
which is the real name
of this book. The Greek
translators called it
Arithmoi, and in Latin
it was Numeri, because
the translators focused
on the two census
takings at the beginning
and the end of the
wanderings. But its
Numbers is really a book
about arrested progress.
In a sense, it never
should have happened. It
took only 40 hours to
get Israel out of Egypt
- the Passover. But it
took 40 years to get
Egypt out of Israel.
Numbers Session 1- Introduction, Chapters 1-2
Numbers Session 2- The Duties of the Levites, Ch. 3-4
Numbers Session 3- Preparations of the Camp, Ch. 5-10
Numbers Session 4- Journey to Kadesh Barnea, Ch. 10-14
Numbers Session 5- The Journey to the Plains of Moab, Ch. 15-20
Numbers Session 6- Engaging the Canaanites, Ch. 21-25
Numbers Session 7- Preparing to Enter the Land, Ch. 26-31
Numbers Session 8- The Land of Promise, Ch. 32-36
Both of these
books, filled with
all the intrigue,
romance, and action
of any modern-day
screen play, have
been heralded for
their literary value
for centuries. But
this is not their
feature. God's use
of these two
brings a new
and the importance
of our faithful
I and II Chronicles
Hebrew, this book is called dibhere ha-yamim: ''the
words concerning the days.'' The Jewish Bible regards the
Old Testament as 22 books and Chronicles is counted as a
single book. I and II Chronicles take the form of a history:
David and Judah are the focal points. The emphasis of I and
II Chronicles is on the Southern kingdom and the
preservation of the Davidic line.
The first nine chapters
in I Chronicles are a genealogy from Adam to Jacob,
Jacob to David, and David to Zedekiah. The writer of
Chronicles, who is concerned with the nation and the
monarchy, starts with Adam. The Holy Spirit is
points out that this history of the Davidic line, in
effect, benefits all mankind, not just the Jews.
Explore I and II
Chronicles verse-by-verse with Chuck Missler. This is a
2-volume set with eight audios in each volume, including
Session 15 - II
Chronicles 33-36: Manasseh and Josiah.
Pharaoh Necho. The Final Days.
Session 16 - II
Chronicles Addendum: The Ark of the
Covenant. The Mercy Seat. The Gift from Ethiopia.
- Session 1 - I
Chronicles 1-3: Background. The Patriarchal
Genealogies. The Genealogy of Judah. The Genealogy of
- Session 2 - I
Chronicles 4-9: The Genealogies of Judah and
Simeon; Levi; the Six Northern Tribes; Benjamin; the
Leaders, Priests and Levites.
- Session 3 - I
Chronicles 10-13: The Death of Saul. The
Reign of David. David and the Ark.
- Session 4 - I
Chronicles 14-17: David’s Family. Ark
Brought to Jerusalem. David and the Temple. The Davidic
- Session 5 - I
Chronicles 18-21: The Wars of David. Rephaim
and Nephilim. David’s Census and His Resulting Sin.
- Session 6 - I
Chronicles 22-25: David’s Temple Plans.
Theocratic Organization. Singers and Musicians.
- Session 7 - I
Chronicles 26-29: David’s Final Reign. Civil
Government. David’s Final Message.
- Session 8 - II
Chronicles 1-4: Reign of Solomon.
Preparations to Build and Building the Temple. Our
- Session 9 - II
Chronicles 5-8: The Dedication of the
Temple. The Feasts of Israel. Solomon’s Years of
- Session 10 - II
Chronicles 9-12: The Queen of Sheba.
Rehoboam Takes Over. The Kingdom Divides. The Attack by
- Session 11 - II
Chronicles 13-16: King Abijah and His
Mother. King Asa’s Obedience, Reforms, and Lapse of
- Session 12 - II
Chronicles 17-23: King Jehoshaphat and His
Alliance with Ahab. Jehoram, Ahaziah & Athaliah.
- Session 13 - II
Chronicles 24-28: Queen Athaliah, Joash,
Amaziah, Uzziah, Jotham, and Ahaz.
- Session 14 - II
Chronicles 29-32: The Great Passover. Temple
Worship Reestablished. Sennacherib’s Invasion.
The Book of Psalms Session 1
Psalms 1 - 2
Psalms is Israel’s hymnal; it
is poetry laced with strong theology. In
Hebrew, this book is called
Tehillim = “Praises.” There are 55
The Book of Psalms Session 2
Psalms 3 - 10
Psalms: A Caveat for our
The Book of Psalms Session 3
Psalms 11 - 18
The Book of Psalms Session 4
Psalms 19 – 21
The Book of Psalms Session 5
Psalms 22 – 24
The Shepherd Psalms
The Book of Psalms Session 6
Psalms 25 – 30
The Book of Psalms Session 7
Psalms 31 – 36
The next 10 psalms are
personal, quiet and intimate.
The Book of Psalms Session 8
Psalms 37 – 41
Christ’s birth, betrayal,
agony, death, resurrection, ascension,
coming again in glory, and His worldwide
reign—all pictured in inspired vividness n
the Psalms (even more than Isaiah).
The Book of Psalms Session 9
Book II: The Exodus Section
Psalms 42 – 48
The Book of Psalms Session 10
Psalms 49 – 51
The Book of Psalms Session 11
Psalms 52 - 55
The Book of Psalms Session 12
Psalms 56 – 60
The Book of Psalms Session
Psalms 61 – 68
A cluster of eight psalms:
The cry and confi dence of the godly.
The Book of Psalms Session 14
Psalms 69 – 72
The Book of Psalms Session
Book III: Psalms 73 - 80
Book III is viewed as
corresponding to the Book of Leviticus
in this section—even in Psalm
73—the sanctuary is prominent. Leviticus
is the book of worship for
the tabernacle and later for the temple.
It is one of the greatest
books in the Bible. In this section we fi nd
emphasis upon the sanctuary
and, in particular, on two aspects of the
house of God.
The Book of Leviticus
emphasizes two things: that God is holy and
without shedding of blood
there is no remission of sins.
The Book of Psalms Session 16
Book III Psalms 81 – 89
The Book of Psalms Session 17
Psalms 90 - 100
Book IV: “Numbers” Section
The theme of Book IV is
Peril and Protection. The Book of
records the great tragedy of
a generation dying in the wilder ness, never
reaching their goal: the Promised Land. How
The Book of Psalms Session 18
Psalms 101- 106
The Book of Psalms: Psalm 101
- “Song to the King
Who Rules in Righteousness
This is a Davidic psalm. It
begins a little nest of 6 psalms (101–106)
that speak of praise to the King.
[Leadership 101?] Y
The Book of Psalms Session 19
Book V (Psalm 107 - 150)
The Book of Psalms: Psalm 107
Psalm 107 begins the
Deuteronomy section of the Book of Psalms.
fi fth book begins with a
great retrospect in the plains of Moab,
which reviews God’s gracious dealings with
The Book of Psalms Session 20
The Book of Psalms: Session
Psalm 119, Part 2
The Book of Psalms: Psalm 119
(Part 2: vv. 73 - 176)
Psalm 119 has 176 verses, and
every verse (with the possible exception of
two verses) is praise to the Word of God. I
The Book of Psalms Session 22
Psalm 120 – 134
Songs of “Degrees”
The Book of Psalms Session 23
Psalm 135 - 144
The Book of Psalms: Psalm 135
- “Praise the Lord
The Book of Psalms Session 24
Psalm 145 – 150
Completing Book V
PRICE R 299.00
This Commentary on the Book of Proverbs contains the following 8 sessions:
Proverbs Session 1 - Chapters 1-4 - Introduction. Wisdom and Folly. The Path of Wisdom
Proverbs Session 2 - Ch. 5-9 - Sexual Purity. Good Business Practices. God’s Hate List. The Lure of the Harlot. The Path to Destruction.
Proverbs Session 3 - Ch. 10-14 - The Main Collection of Solomon’s Proverbs. The Most Painful Sin: Gossip.
Proverbs Session 4 - Ch. 15-19 - The Main Collection of Solomon’s Proverbs. The Godly Tongue vs. the Evil Tongue. Right Use of Words vs. Wrong Use of Words.
Proverbs Session 5 - Ch. 20-24 - Dangers of Intoxication. The Sayings of the Wise Men.
Proverbs Session 6 - Ch. 25-29 - Hezekiah’s Collection of Solomon’s Proverbs.
Proverbs Session 7 - Ch. 30 - The Words of Agur. What’s in a Name?
Proverbs Session 8 - Ch. 31 - The Words of Lemuel’s Mother. Tribute to the Godly, Dedicated Woman.
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Song of Songs
Here is a book of the Bible which is among the least
studied and the most emotionally controversial. It's a
book with only 117 verses and 470 Hebrew words, yet it
is among the most difficult and mysterious books in the
Introduction and Chapter 1 - 2:7
Introduction. The Story Behind
the Opera. Literal Views. Solomon. The Song Begins.
Chapter 2:8 - 5:1
Courtship and Marriage. A
Springtime Visit. My Beloved. The Foxes. Practical
Chapters 5:1 - 8
Sexual Adjustments in
Marriage. Shulamite’s Troubled Dream. Solomon’s
Return. Garden Enclosed. Three Stages of Commitment.
Allegorical Allusions in the Song
Allegorical Views. Use of
Rhetorical Devices. Hebrew Hermeneutics.
The Collector of "Dark
Sayings." Sampling of Allegorical Allusions.
Rahab’s Scarlet Cord. Our Life
= His Garden.
Marriage as God’s Model for Intimacy: Adam & Eve.
Eleazar & Isaac’s bride. Ruth & Boaz. Israel as "Wife of
YHWH " ...and Harlot. The Bride
PRICE R 799.00
This DVD set covers:
Chapter 33-35 - The Role of the Watchman. The Wicked Shepherds. Judgment of Edom.
Chapters 36-37 - The Restoration of the Land. The Restoration of the Nation. The Vision of the Dry Bones.
Chapters 38-39 - The Magog Invasion. Nuclear Weapons? Timing Placement.
Chapter 40-42 - The Vision of the Temple. Which Temple? Angel of the Lord. Zadok. Inner Court.
Chapters 43-45 - New worship of God. Return of glory. Sacrifices.
Chapters 46-48 - New appointments of the land of Israel to the Tribes. Division of the Land. The Sanctuary. The City.
The Origin of Evil part 1 - The Origin of Evil. When Did Satan Fall?
The Origin of Evil part 2 - Spiritual Warfare. Armor of God.
DVD Price R 899.00
•12 DVD Set
Isaiah was the most
comprehensive of all prophets: his writing spans the
entirety of history, from the creation of the world
to the creation of “a new heavens and new earth.” No
other prophet matches his majestic eloquence on the
glory of God and the redemptive work and sufferings
of the Coming Messiah, all the while making us
clearly aware of God’s abounding Grace.
Parallel study using
King James (KJV) and the International Standard
Introduction and Isaiah
Introduction. Case against Judah.
Isaiah 2 - 5
A Vision of the Coming Kingdom.
Israel, the Lord’s vineyard. The
Nation’s Judgment and Exile.
Isaiah 6 - 7
Isaiah’s New Commission. Confederacy
of Rezin and Pekah. The Sign
of the Virgin.
Isaiah 8 - 9
Overthrow of Damascus and Samaria.
Isaiah 10 - 12
Predicted Judgment upon Assyria. A
Isaiah 13 - 14
Babylon. Babylon’s Defeat. Lucifer’s
Pride and Rebellion.
Isaiah 15 -18
Moab’s Devastation. Damascus will
Isaiah 19 - 22
The Doom of Egypt. A Burden about
Isaiah 23 - 27
A Burden about Tyre. Isaiah’s “Little
Isaiah 28 - 30
Prophetic warning concerning Ephraim
Isaiah 31 - 35
Future Kingdom Blessings. Focus on
Isaiah 36 - 39
Historical Parenthesis. Hezekiah and
Isaiah 40 - 42
How Many Isaiahs? Cyrus Predicted.
Jesus Christ the Servant.
Isaiah 43 - 44
God’s Blessing on His people. The Rise
Isaiah 45 (and the Gap
Cyrus to Restore Jerusalem. God
created the Earth “not in vain.”
The Gap Theory.
Isaiah 46 - 48
Babylon, the Pride of the Caldeans.
Isaiah 49 - 51
The Restoration of Israel. Vision of
the Kingdom Age.
Isaiah 52 (and Acts 8)
Messianic Theme. The Ark of the
Covenant. The Ethiopian Treasurer
in Acts Chapter 8. The Mercy Seat.
Isaiah 53 (Part 1)
The Holy of Holies of the Old
Isaiah 53 (Part 2)
The Fulcrum of the Entire Universe.
Isaiah 54 - 59
Israel, the Restored Wife. Idolaters
Isaiah 60 - 62
Sin. Kingdom Age. The Two Comings of
Christ. Kingdom Blessings.
Day of Vengeance. Isaiah Prays for
Redemption of Israel.
Isaiah 64 - 66
A New Wine. New Heaven and New Earth.
Judgment and Hope.
The Book of Daniel contains the most amazing prophecies of
the Bible, and is one of the most authenticating books of
the Old Testament. The numerous detailed prophecies of the
period of Gentile dominion make this one of the most
important foundational studies for anyone who takes the
Now in one, self-contained CD-ROM (compatible with both
Windows and Macintosh operating systems) which includes:
Over 20 hours of Verse-by-Verse audio teaching through the
book of Daniel as MP3 files.
Extensive searchable study notes as PDF files.
A special message from Chuck Missler.
Listings of other MP3 resources.
Real® Player and Real® Juke Box.
This program will play MP3 audio files.
Adobe Acrobat® Reader.
This program will read the PDF notes.
Daniel 1; Dare to be a Daniel - Introduction to the Book.
Background, authentication, etc.
Daniel 2; Nebuchadnezzar's Dream - The poly-metallic image;
an overview of all the Gentile dominion on the Planet Earth.
Daniel and his three friends avoid death penalty and get
Daniel 3; Bow or Burn - Nebuchadnezzar's ego trip; the
worship of his image.
Daniel 4; Nebuchadnezzar's Testimony - The only chapter in
the Bible written by a Gentile king.
Daniel 5; The Fall of Babylon - The "handwriting on the
wall" and the fall of Babylon to the Persians.
The Mystery of Babylon - Babylon in Bible prophecy; it's
ultimate destruction; an update on current events; the
"Mystery Babylon" of Revelation.
Daniel 6; Daniel in the Lion's Den - How Daniel avoided the
"mark of the beast."
The Magi - A supplemental study on the background on the
"Magi" and their role in the birth of Jesus Christ.
Daniel 7; The Times of the Gentiles - The four empires which
climax Gentile dominion on the Earth.
European Update - An update of the emergent European
Daniel 8; The Ram and the Goat - The succession of the
Persian and Greek Empires and the rise of Alexander the
Foreshadowings of the final World Ruler. The Seventy Weeks
of Daniel - The Most Amazing Prophecy in the Bible.
Daniel 9A; The 69 Weeks - The Angel Gabriel predicts the
precise day on which Jesus presented Himself as the "Meshiach
Nagid" (The Messiah the King).
Daniel 9B; The 70th Week of Daniel - The mysterious interval
between the 69th and 70th "weeks" of Daniel and the final
seven years of world history.
The Final Vision
Daniel 10; The Dark Side - The spooky glimpse of the
spiritual warfare that lies behind world events.
Daniel 11; Coming Future Kingdoms - The amazing prediction
of the conflicts between the Ptolemaic and Seleucid Empires
and the emergence of the final World Leader.
Daniel 12 - The Climax of All History
Just as Daniel had predicted, the Babylonian Empire
was ultimately conquered by the Persians; the Persians
were, in turn, conquered by the Greeks; and, the Greeks
were conquered by the Romans. But who conquered the
The Roman Empire ultimately disintegrated into
pieces, and each segment seems to have had its "day
in the sun." The ensuing struggles for power, and
the influx of external tribes into the cohesion that
once was Rome, continued over almost two millennia. In
our series reviewing the rise of the "New
Europe," we'll take a brief glimpse at the caldron
that has been stewing with tensions and ambitions for
Prophets to the Northern
Hosea, a contemporary of Isaiah (for most of his
ministry) and Amos (in his earlier years) was the
Jeremiah of the Northern Kingdom. His main target
was the Northern Kingdom, yet his message was for
the people of God.
When Solomon died, Jeroboam rebelled and plunged the
Northern Kingdom into a prosperous but idolatrous
separation. After two centuries of abandoning their
heritage, God sent Hosea to present His indictment
and declare that He would use their enemies as His
Amos was sent to Israel at a time when the nation
feels militarily secure and prosperous, yet is
turning to idolatry and abandoning their heritage.
Misplaced confidence; false sense of security;
abandonment of the greatness of their nation...
(Sounds familiar, doesn't it?) In many ways a
complement to Hosea, this perspective on the plight
of Israel parallels the predicament of our country
Prophets To The
Gentiles: Jonah, Nahum, Obadiah Feasts of the Lord
reluctant prophet, was
called to prophesy
against the pagan
capital of the world,
Nineveh. He attempted to
shun the assignment
until God explained it
to him a little more
clearly! His message to
Nineveh:40 days and you
get yours! The greatest
miracle in the book of
Jonah was Nineveh's
repentance, within the
allotted 40 days, on
reasoned that maybe, if
they repented, God might
change His mind. They
did. And He did.
A century later, Nahum
was sent to ask them to
repent and Nineveh
enemies. His book
provides insights into
the 2nd Coming of Jesus
Christ and why some
apparently escape the
rule of the Antichrist.
These are three small
books of the Bible that
contribute a critical
perspective for all of
Prophets to the Southern
Kingdom: Joel, Micah, Zephaniah, and
and background. A review of the Ten Plagues.
The "Day of the Lord."
The "Day of
the Lord." Destruction of the invaders;
repentance of Judah. Response of YHWH;
effusion of the Spirit; return and
establishing the Kingdom.
the Nations. Full Kingdom Blessing.
and background. Micah’s ministry and place
in history. Sins against God.
each other. Wicked deeds of the rich.
Sins by their
leaders. Destruction of Jerusalem foretold.
Kingdom. The Millennial reign. Ezekiel’s
of the Messiah’s birth. The Magi. "The
judgment. The predicament of Man.
final wrap-up. Trust in God’s salvation;
God’s pardon and love.
and background. The Day of the Lord.
the Nations. The Return. The Millennial
shall live by faith. Five-fold woe.
and the "Everlasting Hatred"
more Bible passages pronouncing judgment on
the Edomites than on any other nation. But
who are they? What relevance do they have
for us today? A background on Edom.
Judgment Upon Edom
destruction announced. Her destruction
reaffirmed. The Day of the Lord.
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Mark Chapter 1 - Introduction.
The meaning of Baptism. Jesus heals a leper.
Mark Chapter 2 - Raising the roof. Healing.
Fasting. Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath.
Mark Chapter 3 - Jesus chooses the Twelve.
Mark Chapter 4 - Why parables? Jesus
calms the storm.
Mark Chapter 5 - The case of the deviled
ham. Raising Jairus' daughter. Woman
with issue of blood.
Mark Chapter 6 - The mission of the
Twelve. Feeding the five thousand.
Mark Chapter 7 - God's command or man's
tradition? Evil comes from the heart.
Mark Chapter 8 - Peter's declaration.
Jesus predicts his death and resurrection.
Mark Chapter 9 - The transfiguration.
The greatness of humility. Entrapments.
Mark Chapter 10 - Divorce. The first
shall be last. The poor become rich.
Mark Chapter 11 - The triumphal entry.
Cursed fig tree. A lesson on prayer.
Mark Chapter 12 - Money talks.
Priorities. Money reveals. A question of authority.
Mark Chapter 13 - Jesus' confidential
briefing. The last days. The second coming.
Mark Chapter 14 - In Bethany.
The Upper Room. The Garden. The Palace.
Mark Chapter 15 - The trials. Jesus is
crucified. The Garden Tomb.
Mark Chapter 16 - Jesus is risen.
Jesus appears to Mary. The last 12 verses of
Introduction. The Story of Tarore.
Birth of John the Baptist.
Annunciation of Messiah.
The Child and the
Mosaic Law. The Years of Growth.
Ministry of John the
Baptist. Baptism of Jesus. Genealogy of
The Temptation of
Christ. Presenting His Mandate. The
Jesus’ Mandate. Jesus’
Sabbath "Law." Choosing the Twelve.
Jesus’ Ministry in
Capernaum. Jesus’ Responses to Faith,
Despair, Doubt, Love.
Why Parables? The Significance of Hems.
Luke Chapter 9
The Twelve Disciples
Sent. The Feeding of the 5,000. Jesus’
Identity and Mission. The Transfiguration.
Luke Chapter 10
The Good Samaritan.
The Visit in Bethany.
Luke Chapter 11
Jesus Instructs on:
Prayer; Satan; Spiritual Opportunity;
Hypocrisy. The Call to Obedience.
Luke Chapter 12
The Tyranny of Worry.
The Call to Diligence.
Luke Chapter 13
The Way of the Righteous is Narrow.
Luke Chapter 14
Falsehoods: Popularity, Hospitality,
Security. The Distinctions Between Salvation
Luke Chapter 15
The Lost Sheep. The
Lost Coin. The Prodigal Son
Luke Chapter 16
Stewardship. The Rich Man and Lazarus.
Contrasting Hades, Sheol, Gehenna, Tartarus,
"For God so loved the world, that he gave
his only begotten Son, that whosoever
believeth in him should not perish, but have
everlasting life." - John 3:16
Because of its emphasis on "the Love of God"
and Jesus' being the incarnation of that
Love, many believe this gospel is the most
important for new and old Christians alike
to take to heart. Written by the "disciple
whom Jesus loved", the book of John is
organized around seven miracles, seven
discourses and seven "I AM" statements. This
study is so deep "an elephant can bathe in
it, and yet an infant can wade in it."
This study contains 20 hours of verse by
Introduction and John 1:1-14
Introduction. Hermeneutical Caveats. Structure
of the Gospels and the
Uniqueness of John’s. The Pre-existent One. More
than Metaphors: Logos, Light, and the Metacosm.
Baptist. The date of Jesus’ birth.
(Parenthetical notes on the identity of the Two
Witnesses of Rev 11.) The first converts.
miracle. The wedding at Cana. The water of
purification (from the Ashes of the Red Heifer).
The first Passover. Cleansing of the Temple.
meeting with Nicodemus at night. “Born Again”?
The Serpent lifted in the wilderness. The last
testimony of John the Baptist.
John 4 -
at the Well in Samaria. The healing of the
John 5 is
a key chapter with some of the strongest
arguments for the deity of Jesus Christ.
feeding of the 5,000. The Bread of Life. Jesus
walks on water.
the Feast of Tabernacles. Rivers of Living
Water. Pharisees’ Unbelief.
caught in adultery. Jesus the Light of the
World. A heated “exchange” with the Pharisees.
heals the man born blind. A look at “Spiritual
Blindness.” Why Do Christians Have Trials?
Good Shepherd. Eternal Security. Jesus rejected
by the Jews.
and raising of Lazarus. The plot against Jesus
by the chief priests and Pharisees.
anointed at Bethany. The triumphal entry into
Jerusalem. The Son of Man “must be lifted up.”
washes His disciples’ feet. He foretells His
betrayal. A New Commandment.
the Way, the Truth, and the Light. The promise
of the Holy Spirit.
John 15 -
the True Vine. Our relationship with Him, with
one another, and with the World. The work of the
Holy Spirit. The worry of the disciples. Jesus
says, “I have overcome the world.”
longest recorded prayer of our Lord. Jesus’
prayer for Himself; prayer for His disciples.
Jesus’ prayer for all believers, and for unity
betrayal and arrest of Jesus. The Garden. Jesus
brought before Annas, Caiaphas, and Pilate.
sentenced to die. The crucifixion. Jesus’ side
pierced. The burial of Jesus.
Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus appears to
Mary Magdalene and his disciples.
miracle in John’s Gospel. Peter’s restoration.
“Feed my sheep.” The commission and the cross.
"Luke Volume II," often called "The Acts of the
Apostles," completes the "Pentateuch of the New
Testament." The traditional title of this book is, in
some respects, a misnomer: it primarily deals with the
"acts" of Peter and Paul. It really should be called
"The Acts of the Holy Spirit."
This review will explore the continuing mysteries of Hag
Shavuot in Acts 2; the surprises in the history lesson
Stephen gives the Sanhedrin in Acts 7; the controversies
dealt with in the Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15; the
seamanship details which permitted the discovery of the
anchors cut loose in Acts 27, as well as the adventures
of Paul and his companions during his missionary
This study contains 16 hours of verse by verse teachings
Romans-01: Romans 1:1-1:7 -
Introduction. Salutation. Attributes of the Trinity.
- The need for the Gospel. God's righteousness revealed
against Pagan humanity.
Romans 2 - The
righteousness of God revealed. Condemnation of moral
Romans 3 -
Advantages of Being a Jew? Case against the entire human
race. Why does God save anyone?
Romans-05: Romans 4 - God's
greatest gift. Faith of Abraham and David. Salvation by
faith not works. The resurrection.
Romans-06: Romans 5 - Peace
with God. The process of maturity. The logic of His
love. Two heads: Adam and Christ.
Romans-07: Romans 6 - Two
masters: Sin personified, and God as revealed in Jesus.
The death of defeat. Baptism.
Romans-08: Romans 7 - Two
husbands: the Law and Christ risen. Dead to the Law.
Spirit is willing, the flesh is weak.
Romans-09: Romans 8:1-17 -
Deliverance from the flesh by the power of the Holy
Spirit. The Holy Spirit's inner witness.
Romans-10: Romans 8:18-27 -
Preservation in suffering by the power of the Holy
Romans-11: Romans 8:28-39 -
Hymn of praise for victory. Certainty of sanctification.
Basis of our security.
Romans-12: Romans 9:1-5 -
Advantages of being a Jew? Discussion of the Covenants.
The Scepter of Judah.
Romans-13: Romans 9:6-13 -
Has the Word of God failed? Doctrine of Election.
Romans-14: Romans 9:14-33 -
Moses and Pharaoh. Gentiles called. Stumbling stone.
Romans-15: Romans 10:1-15 -
Rabbinical expectations. Salvation by faith taught by
Romans-16: Romans 10:16-21
- Israel's rejection. Review of post-Biblical history of
Romans-17: Romans 10 cont.
- Continuation of contemporary history of Israel.
Romans-18: Romans 11:1-24 -
Israel's future. Salvation unto the Gentiles.
Romans-19: Romans 11:25-36
- Use of Parables. Mysteries. "Until." Rapture
Romans-20: Romans 12 -
Gifts. Armor. Body life. Evidences of Spirit-filled
Romans-21: Romans 13 -
Civil responsibilities: to the State; to those outside
Romans-22: Romans 14 -
Capital punishment. Dietary restrictions? The Sabbath
Day dilemma; Sunday or Saturday?
Romans-23: Romans 15 -
Importance of Unity. In light of Christ's Ministry.
Paul's methodology and plans.
Romans-24: Romans 16 -
Importance of relationships. The most painful sin:
Gossip. Professional secretaries.
Study Paul's letter to the Galatians, a book that stands as a challenge to all who would seek to take away the joy and freedom of the Gospel of Grace.
- Galatians Session One: Galatians Introduction - A Preliminary Perspective: The Adventures of Paul.
- Galatians Session Two: Galatians Chapter 1 - The Judaizers. Paul’s Apostleship.
- Galatians Session Three: Galatians Chapter 2 - Law vs. Grace. Titus as an Example. Peter and Paul.
- Galatians Session Four: Galatians Chapter 3a - Faith Alone. Example of Abraham. Martin Luther.
- Galatians Session Five: Galatians Chapter 3b - Permanence of Faith. Purpose of the Law. Seed.
- Galatians Session Six: Galatians Chapter 4 - Child vs. Heir. Adoption. God Sent the Spirit. Paul’s Attitude. Two Jerusalems.
- Galatians Session Seven: Galatians Chapter 5 - Stand Firm. Leaven. Works of the Flesh vs. Spirit.
- Galatians Session Eight: Galatians Chapter 6 - Sacrificial Service Toward Sinning Christians, Burdened Christians, Pastor-Teachers and all People..
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regarded by many as the
loftiest pinnacle of the
New Testament, and yet
is also a practical
manual for personal
Chapter 1a: -
Chapter 1b: - The
Chapter 1c:- Prayer
for the Ephesians'
Chapter 2:- The
Present, and Future.
Chapter 3:- The
Great Mystery, the
Church. Church vs
Chapter 4:- The
Chapter 5- 6:9:-
Light vs Darkness.
Ministries of the
6:10-24: - The Armor
of God. The Age of
Paul certainly knew
suffering, and Paul also
knew true joy. And he
knew joy through
suffering. In his
darkest hour, he wrote
this letter to encourage
his most intimate
friends. He himself was
a prisoner at the time
yet it was he who was
to them, the faithful at
Here is a letter that is
pregnant with insights
on the real priorities
in life, encouragement
during difficult trials,
and guidance during the
inevitable dark times.
Inner joy occurs 16
times in these four
brief chapters. Paul
also deals with some of
our thorniest issues:
how to deal with
He very likely lost his
life because of trouble
caused by Christians in
A passage, known among
scholars as the Kenosis,
teaches of the divinity
of Christ, His
preexistence, and His
equality with the
Background: Paul's first visit
to Philippi (Acts 16). How God
Timothy. Our security in
Christ. The Christian's death
benefits. Christian conduct.
Four pillars for Christian
Great Parabola. Jesus' names.
Living for others. The
sanctity of a
The Advent of the Judaizers.
Happiness vs. Joy. Losses Result
in Gains. The Ultimate Goal.
Winning the Race! Forgetting the
Past. Finishing Well.
Getting Along with
Christians. The Meaning
of Prayer. God's Rules
for Doubtful Things.
Colossians and Philemon
As ye have therefore received
Christ Jesus the Lord, [so] walk
ye in him: Rooted and built up
in him, and stablished in the
faith, as ye have been taught,
abounding therein with
thanksgiving. Beware lest any
man spoil you through philosophy
and vain deceit, after the
tradition of men, after the
rudiments of the world, and not
after Christ. - Colossians
Do heavenly bodies have any
influence over our lives?
Is there any relationship
between diet and spiritual
Do the Eastern religions
have anything to offer the
Colossians 1:1 - 1:14 - Introduction. The Occasion. Epaphras.
Colossians 1:15 - 1:29 - All things held by Him. He is the Beginning. Fullness
Colossians 2:1 - 15 - The sufficiency of Christ. Steadfast in the faith.
Colossians 2:16 - 23 - Kosher Laws. Sunday vs Sabbath. Astrology
Colossians 3:1 - 11 - Christ in Heaven. Practical Holiness. Social Sins.
Colossians 3:12 - 25 - Practical holiness in relation to others.
Colossians 4 - The power of speech. Prayer. Closing salutations.
Philemon - Slavery. Onesimus. Paul the intercessor.
I & II Thessalonians
1 Thessalonians -
Introduction & Chapter 1
An introduction to
the earliest book of the New
Testament; an amazing
insight into what
Paul taught these new Christians in
their first three
weeks. (Includes a
review of the background from the
Book of Acts.)
1 Thessalonians 2
missionary manual ever written.
1 Thessalonians 3 -
and instructions about caring.
1 Thessalonians 4:13
Our Blessed Hope: The
Rapture of the Church. (An issue of
eschatology alone.) The ultimate
1 Thessalonians 5
A history of
“Rapture-mania.” The Day of the
2 Thessalonians 1 -
Thessalonians”: Paul’s response to a
and “Post-Tribulation” views.
2 Thessalonians 2:
The Day of the Lord
One of the most
important prophetic chapters in the
The revelation of the
Man of Sin and its prerequisite
events. The Restrainer.
2 Thessalonians 3 and
Protection, and Patience.
The Epistles to the
Session 1: 1
The most significant
eschatological epistles in the New
Introduction to 1st
is regarded as the earliest book of
the New Testament.
It is an amazing
insight into what Paul taught these
their first three
weeks in the faith!
(First, a review of
from the Book of
This letter is one of the two greatest theological treatises of the New Testament. It is the ''Leviticus'' of the New Testament, detailing how the Lord Jesus Christ is both the
fulfilment and the successor to all that had gone on before.
Hebrews Introduction and 1:1 - 3 -: Introduction. Authorship.
Hebrews Chapters 1:4 - 14 -: Greater than the Angels.
Hebrews Chapter 2 -:The Role of Christ in Salvation. Warning #1: The Danger of Drifting.
Hebrews Chapter 3 -:Greater Than Moses. The Disobedient Generation—Warning #2: The Danger of Disobedience.
Hebrews Chapter 4 (and the rest of Chapter 3) :The Promise of Rest. Christ, The Way to God.
Hebrews Chapter 5-:Warning Against Apostasy. Priesthood of Melchisedec. Warning #3: Failing to Mature.
Hebrews Chapter 6 -:Eternal Salvation Question. Call to Maturity. God’s Oath Unchanging.
Hebrews Chapter 7-:Jesus fulfills the Levitical Priesthood.
Hebrews Chapter 8-:Jesus as the Perfect Priest. The New Covenant.
Hebrews Chapter 9-:The Tabernacle. The Structure. Christ, the ultimate High Priest.
Hebrews Chapter 10 -:The Significance of the Details. The Camp. “Let us.” The Only Way. The Substance. Warning #4: The Danger of Willful Sin.
Hebrews Chapter 11 -:By Faith Abel, Enoch, Noah, Isaac, Joseph.... Law versus Grace.
Hebrews Chapter 12-:Warning #5: The Danger of Indifference.
Addendum: The Messianic (Millennial) Kingdom -:The Paradigm of Salvation—Past, Present, and Future Tenses. Sanctification and Inheritance; Paul’s paranoia. Thy Kingdom Come—The Davidic Covenant an d The Kingdom Events. Overcomers.
Hebrews Chapter 13 -:Exhortations. Christian Hospitality. Parting Words.
Addendum: Luke 21 -:A review of Luke 21, often confused with the Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24 & Mark 13) and the Siege and Fall of Jerusalem in a.d. 70.
I and II
As a member of the
Inner Circle Peter was
present at the
raising of Jairus'
daughter, and the closer
circle at Gethsemane.
This most vibrant
are rich in theology as
well as practical
with our living hope,
for righteousness' sake,
the use of heavenly
gifts, patience in
suffering, fidelity in
service, and humility in
ministering to one
Peter's letters also
have a clear
orientation, focusing on
the Lord's coming and
the end of the world,
with warnings against
apostasy in which the
professing church will
Written by one of the
participated in the
greatest adventures of
human history, a careful
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is a certain treat to
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I & II Timothy/ Titus /Philemon
Chuck Missler examines
the 'pastoral epistles'
of I & II Timothy, Titus
and Philemon messages
not just to pastors, but
to all believers. The
key to effectiveness in
any venture is special
counsel from an
experienced mentor who
has personally succeeded
in the field. These four
epistles, I & II
Timothy, Titus and
Philemon, are the
Apostle Paul's private
letters counseling two
of his two closest
protégés. They are known
as the "Pastoral
Epistles", but they are
not just for pastors;
they are for every
believer, because we are
all "in the ministry".
Commentary includes the
following studies on
The Role of the Law
1 Timothy 2, The
Women in the Bible
1 Timothy 3-4,
Mysteries, 1 Timothy
1 Timothy 5-6,
Harvest Time, Money
I Timothy 1-2, The
Church, II Timothy
II Timothy 3-4, The
Characteristics of a
Good Leader, Crowns
I, II, and III John
Of John's five New Testament
books, these three include a sermon and two personal
letters, one of which may have been written to Mary, the
mother of our Lord. His Gospel deals with our past:
Salvation. Revelation deals with our future. John's
First Epistle deals with our present: Sanctification. It
has been called the New Testament sanctum sanctorum.
John's bandwidth extends from the practical, the
Christian's Bar of Soap", to the hyperspace of our
resurrection body! John's second epistle appears to have
been a personal letter to Mary, having been given into
his responsibility at the Cross. If so, it has a number
of profound implications. John's third, very brief, note
deals with three people, all Christians: Gaius, the
encourager; Diotrephes, a gossip; and Demetrius, an
example to be imitated.
Introduction and 3 John: Introduction. John
background. Contrasts between John1 2 & 3 various
Addenda: the Most Painful Sin.
Second John: Gnostic heresies. Who is the "Elect Lady"?
What is Truth?
First John 1: Heptadic structure. The importance of
fellowship. Christian's "bar of soap."
First John 2:1-14: Test of Attitude, Actions, Affection.
First John 2:15-29: The Love that God hates. The will of
God. The Stoics; the Epicureans; more on the Gnostics.
First John 3: God the Father loves us; God the Son died
for us; God the Holy Spirit lives in us.
First John 4: God is Love. God's dwelling places. A
First John 5: How do we know for sure...? Christians do
not practice sin. Review of Christian "birthmarks."
The Book of Revelation consists of 404 verses that contain over 800 allusions to the Old Testament. These are detailed, along with Chuck's analysis of the design and structure of this fascinating book. Learn about the past, present and future of the Church and our ultimate destiny. This is an ideal "first study" and foundational for every Christian.
Introduction - Some general comments about the Book of Revelation and its uniqueness. Why this book contains a special blessing.
Revelation 1 - "The things which thou hast seen." The vision which opens the book and the verse that organizes it.
Revelation 2:1-7 - The letter to the church at Ephesus.
Revelation 2:8-17 - The letters to the churches at Smyrna and Pergamos.
Revelation 2:18-29 - The letter to the church at Thyatira.
Revelation 3:1-6 The letter to the church at Sardis.
Revelation 3:7-22 - The letters to the churches at Philadelphia and Laodicea.
The Kingdom Parables/Matthew 13 - A comparison of the Kingdom Parables in Matthew 13 and Jesus' letters to the seven churches.
Revelation 4 - John is caught up into Heaven. A vision of the Throne of God; the Cherubim. The mysterious 24 Elders.
Revelation 5 - The seven-sealed scroll and the Kinsman-Redeemer.
Revelation 6 - The Seven Seals are opened. The Four Horseman.
Revelation 7 - The 144,000 from the Twelve Tribes are sealed.
Revelation 8 - The Seven Trumpets begin. The first four Trumpets sound: the "Judgments of the Thirds."
Revelation 9 & 10 - The next two Trumpets sound. Opening the Abousso. The 200 million Demon Riders. The Scroll is "eaten" and the Seven Thunders sound.
Revelation 11 - The Coming Temple is measured. The Two Witnesses minister.
The Coming Temple - An update on the preparations to rebuild the "Third Temple" in Jerusalem.
Revelation 12 - One of the most important chapters in the Bible: an overview of the enigma of Israel, without which the Bible cannot be fully understood.
Revelation 13 - The Seventh Trumpet introduces seven personages: the Woman, the Man-Child, the Red Dragon, Michael, the remnant of Israel, and two more - the two beasts.
Revelation 14 - The Lamb on Mt. Zion and the Fall of Babylon.
Revelation 15 & 16 - The Seven Bowls of God's Wrath.
Revelation 17 & 18 - The Harlot, "Mystery Babylon," and Babylon the Great.
Revelation 19 - Armageddon and the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
Revelation 20 - The Millennium: Satan Bound, the Kingdom Age, the Second Resurrection, and the White Throne Judgment.
Revelation 21 & 22 - The New Heaven, the New Earth, and the New Jerusalem.
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