The Paradox, Part 1

How is it that no man can see God’s face and yet people saw Christ? This is the paradox of the incarnation. Although we can perceive the mystery, it will take all of eternity for us to understand it.

The Pedigree, Part 2

Genealogies are often a bore to sift through, but that isn't the case with Christ’s genealogy. The deeper we delve into the names which comprise that divinely orchestrated list, the more we understand the nature of God’s tremendous grace.

The Pedigree, Part 1

Genealogies are often a bore to sift through, but that isn't the case with Christ’s genealogy. The deeper we delve into the names which comprise that divinely orchestrated list, the more we understand the nature of God’s tremendous grace.

The Prophecy

Is Jesus really God? Look at Isaiah 9:6. Is Jesus going to rule the world one day? Look at Isaiah 9:6. Will Jesus soon receive worship from every man? Look at Isaiah 9:6. Truly, this is the prophecy of all prophecies.

The King's Commandment, Part 2

Jesus said that all the law and the prophets can be summed up in one law: that you love the Lord with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself. This is the Law of Love. And in this message, Stephen shows us exactly what obedience to that law looks like in our respective churches.

The King's Commandment, Part 1

Jesus said that all the law and the prophets can be summed up in one law: that you love the Lord with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself. This is the Law of Love. And in this message, Stephen shows us exactly what obedience to that law looks like in our respective churches.

Question and Answer Program #37

Stephen and Scott discuss questions phoned in by listeners. Please note that there is NO transcript available for this program.

Don't Be a Snob, Part 2

If the message of James 2:1-7 could be synthesized in a short challenge, it would go something like this: “Christians, when you go to church on Sunday, leave your prejudices and biases and cultural stereotypes and cliques at the door. And when you leave, make sure you don’t pick them back up again!”

Don't Be a Snob, Part 1

If the message of James 2:1-7 could be synthesized in a short challenge, it would go something like this: “Christians, when you go to church on Sunday, leave your prejudices and biases and cultural stereotypes and cliques at the door. And when you leave, make sure you don’t pick them back up again!”

Farewell to Hope, Part 2

Revelation 20:14-15 might be the most tragic passage in all of Scripture, as it speaks of God’s final judgment toward unrepentant humanity. John Milton captured a little of the sorrow of hell in his famous work Paradise Lost, and Dante did the same in his classic work Inferno. Through graphic imagery and unforgettable poetry, these men have, in effect, taken us to the doorstep of hell and revealed the daunting message written upon the doorframe: "Farewell to hope." This is the fate of anyone whose name is not found written in the Book of Life.

Farewell to Hope, Part 1

Revelation 20:14-15 might be the most tragic passage in all of Scripture, as it speaks of God’s final judgment toward unrepentant humanity. John Milton captured a little of the sorrow of hell in his famous work Paradise Lost, and Dante did the same in his classic work Inferno. Through graphic imagery and unforgettable poetry, these men have, in effect, taken us to the doorstep of hell and revealed the daunting message written upon the doorframe: "Farewell to hope." This is the fate of anyone whose name is not found written in the Book of Life.

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