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Thou Long Expected Jesus

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Many biblical commentators see the opening of the Gospel of John as the most comprehensive and concise description of the person of Jesus found anywhere in the Bible. So, as we journey with Jesus to learn...

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Follow Me

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If membership among Jesus' 12 disciples had been left up to a vote, Matthew would have never even been considered. As a tax collector, Matthew was hated by just about everyone. And then he met Jesus. Ron...

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Fishers of Men

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It was at the end of a tiring day in a boat full of wriggling, smelly fish that Peter "got it." Though he had followed Jesus for some time, it was here in the boat that Peter first grasped the person and...

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Off the Beaten Path

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In John 3, Jesus speaks to the Pharisee Nicodemus. In John 4, Jesus speaks to a Samaritan woman. The two could not be more different. As we listen in on Jesus' conversation with the woman at the well,...

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Light of the World

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Nicodemus was a man who had every reason to think God was pleased with him. As a Pharisee, he was as religious as they come. But a single conversation with Jesus threw all that into doubt. Ron Moore takes...

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First Miracle

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If we're not careful, we could dismiss Jesus' first miracle, turning water into wine, as just a party trick. But nothing about Jesus' ministry was so trivial. Join Ron Moore for a closer look at this important...

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Lamb of God

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"Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" This was John the Baptist's declaration when he first saw Jesus approaching the Jordan. But why did John refer to Jesus as "the Lamb of God"?...

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Tempted

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After His baptism, the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness. It was there, while weakened physically, that Satan tempted Jesus. As Ron Moore takes us through this encounter, we'll consider whether...

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Anointed

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Our journey with Jesus begins at the river Jordan and Jesus' surprising request to be baptized. Baptism for us means putting away our sinful pasts and joining our lives to Jesus and His ministry. But what...

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If you've ever been on a road trip, you know you can learn a lot about a person by traveling with them. So, over the next few weeks, Bible Teacher Ron Moore will take us on a journey with Jesus through...

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A Heart for God, Part 2

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Every person is a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. That is the consistent message throughout Romans. And as Ron Moore draws our series to a close, we'll be encouraged to find ways to demonstrate...

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A Heart for God, Part 1

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There are some who look at faith in Jesus as a kind of "fire insurance"--who see belief as nothing more than a way to escape eternal damnation. The Apostle Paul was not one of those people. In fact, as...

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Weak and Strong, Part 2

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There are many ideas about Christianity and spiritual life that are indisputable: the sacrificial death of Jesus, the need to spread the gospel, and others. But what about ideas that are less than certain?...

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Weak and Strong, Part 1

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Life in Christian community would be one thing if we all became identical human beings after accepting Christ as our Savior. But that's not the case at all. Ron Moore helps us understand the challenges...

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Sovereign Submission

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As we approach the end of our study of Romans, Ron Moore takes us to Paul's practical advice for living. Now that we know about our need for a savior, and of the gift of salvation, how are our lives supposed...

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Living Sacrifices

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Chapter 12 marks a turning point in the book of Romans. After establishing man's need for a Savior and showing how Christ's death on the cross provided salvation, Paul answers the question: "Now what?"...

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More Than Conquerors

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"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28 is a verse many have memorized and repeat often. Ron Moore helps...

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Eagerly Waiting

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In writing his letter to the Romans, Paul didn't want his readers to suffer any illusions about life as a Christian. Though an eternity with God in heaven is assured, life today will undoubtedly be unpleasant...

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