The Speaking Christ

In this devotional, highly instructive series, Brian Johnston shares the most exalted theme that can engage our minds in any Bible study – a heart-warming profile of Jesus compiled from John’s Gospel, Philippians, Colossians, Hebrews and Revelation. Enjoy viewing Him as the creator Christ, the eternal Christ, the sacrificed Christ, the worshiped Christ, the prophesied Christ and, finally, as the victorious Christ.

Fitting all the functions together

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

The hope of the Hebrews letter

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

A major transition

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

The importance of doing things God's way

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

Instructive symbolism from the time of Moses

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

The broader picture, the first mention of God's house

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

The first local New Testament church Pt2

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

The first local New Testament church Pt1

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

What actually is a 'church'

God uses the analogy of a garden to illustrate that He doesn’t want Christians to be isolated after they’ve been born again. Like a gardener, He wants to gather and plant them together in an organised garden setting. Likewise, God is a builder that brings individual stones together to form His house according to His own design. In this series, Brian Johnston traces the development of God’s House in the Bible and how it can still function today. This is ideal for those searching for church development, Christian discipleship, Bible history, early church, first century church and the teaching of the apostle Paul.

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