25 Nov 2019
The book of Acts starts with Christ's ascension. Jesus promises the disciples the Holy Spirit after his departure but will not reveal when the kingdom will be restored to Israel.

Episodes

Bible Study - Acts 11 v19 to 30

Some Hellenists come to faith in Antioch through the preaching of believers from Cyprus and Cyrene. So Barnabas is sent from Jerusalem to ensure that all is wel ...

Bible Study - Acts 11 v1 to 18

Following the conversion of Cornelius and his household, Peter encounters contention from his fellow believers back in Jerusalem. Will he be able to give a good ...

Bible Study - Bible Study - Isaiah Chapter 53 part 2

A man of sorrows acquainted with grief sums up the life of Jesus on this earth. But the griefs and sorrows rightly belong to us, which he chose to bear and carr ...

Bible Study - Isaiah Chapter 53 part 1

This chapter is considered by many to be the jewel in the crown of the book of Isaiah, as it proves beyond doubt that Jesus is the Messiah. Yet traditional Jews ...

Bible Study - Colossians 4:7-18

In this passage the very heart of Paul, a prisoner in Rome, is exposed. Although it may seem like a random list of names, every line is poignant with Paul's gen ...

Bible Study - Colossians 3:22-4:6

Now Paul turns his attention to how bondservants should relate toward their masters, masters toward their bondservants, and how Christians should seek to relate ...

Bible Study - Colossians 3:18-25

The Apostle outlines how families should relate: wives toward husbands, husbands toward wives, children toward fathers and fathers toward children.

Bible Study - Colossians 3: 5-17

There is a tension for the Christian between "putting off" bad things like fornication, filthy language and lying, and living under a set of rules. The former ...

Bible Study - Colossians 2:16-23 & 3:1-5

At the heart of Paul's message, Christians are not meant to live by rules, but be completely dead to the flesh. 'For you died, and your life is hidden with Chri ...

Bible Study - Colossians 2:6-15

Paul is fully confident about the Colossians' salvation, but concerned about their walk with Christ. Once saved, how should a Christian live the rest of their l ...

Bible Study - Colossians 2:1-15

Paul reveals the great love he has for the believers in Colossae and Laodicea. He even likens his love and concern for them to suffering 'a great confllict'

Bible Study - Colossians 1:24-29

Paul links his sufferings with his ministry. His ministry is to the gentiles, and the mystery is at last revealed to the gentiles: 'Christ in you, the hope of g ...
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