New Testament

New Testament


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November 2006

  • Acts 14-15
  • Acts 15
  • Acts 15-16
  • Acts 17
  • Acts 17-18
    A Description of the Depravity of the Atheistic Heart and Mindset Among the New American Culture.
  • Acts 18-19
    When we don’t understand what God is doing: Grab onto God.
  • Acts 20
  • Acts 21
    God’s Sovereignty -vs- Fatalism OR “Is It In God’s Will If I Steal YOUR Wallet?”
  • Acts 22-23:22
    Paul’s confrontation at Jerusalem and the religious, self-righteous plot to kill him.


2020 New Release- recordings from 2011

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September 2009


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August 2009

May 2007

  • Ephesians 1:1-4
    God’s role in predestination. God is not passive. His arms are not folded. God is absolutely in charge of working out details of absolutely everything. As believers we have duties and responsibilities in the Christian life. The Apostle Paul addresses this in the book of Ephesians. So hold onto your seats it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
  • Ephesians 1:5-10
    God adopted us as a son to Himself because of, or through, His Son, Jesus Christ. God is orchestrating this program. He saved us according to His kind intention of His will. God’s in charge of salvation! These few verses are loaded with strong doctrinal words!
  • Ephesians 1:11-23
    Ephesians was the second most pagan city Paul had to deal with (Corinthians was the first most pagan city). The church of Ephesis was swimming in the sea of paganism! Here we have God’s divine viewpoint!
  • Ephesians 2:11
    What covenants did God promise? How many people in America realize that the
    blessings of salvation comes through the Jewish people?
  • Ephesians 2:14-3:13
    The Apostle Paul is stunned about the change the Lord is performing combining the Jew and Gentile into ‘one’ spiritual body: The Age of Grace!
  • Ephesians 3:13-21
    The Apostle Paul wants us to understand something that is unexplainable and he saw the big picture of how God is working in those things that come against us. If we close our Bibles we will not understand!
  • Ephesians 4:17-32
    This passage perfectly illustrates the Doctrine of Total Depravity
  • Ephesians 4:30-5:10
    Most Christians really do not understand forgiveness. They make the mistake that if they are not angry anymore that they have forgiven that person. What is true Biblical forgiveness?
  • Ephesians 6:1-5
    The Apostle Paul makes the rounds in the Christian Community.
  • Ephesians 6:6-24
    Paul had certain freedoms though he talks about being in chains


June 2012

September 2007

March 2007

  • Introduction to Philippians
    Introduction to Philippians
  • Philippians 1 & 2
    God has purposes for whatever troubles we encounter.
  • Philippians 1:1-15
    We should not play games with worship. Worship has to be from the heart as well as the mouth.
    We should be worshiping in Christ Jesus, not in ourselves, not in our denominations, and not in our churches.
    The Apostle Paul opposes the self-esteem movement when he writes, “Put no confidence in the flesh.”
  • Philippans 3:15-4:3
    Can believers be so fleshly, so in conflict with other believers, that they are enemies of the Cross?
  • Philippians 4:4-9
    The Lord is watching. He’s not far off. Therefore, watch what you say and do in your moment to moment Christian walk.


 Newly Discovered! 

(Colossians 1:1-17)

(the first three were recorded December 2003. The fourth one recorded January 2004 )

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January 2013

October 2008


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February 2010

November 2008


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January 2011

June 2007

  • James 1:1-18
    James, the 1/2 brother of Jesus, wrote this book. Church history says James had the nickname of “Old Camel Knees” because he prayed so very much.
  • James 1:19
    James exlains why we need to be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger.
  • James 1:25
    The Law of Liberty.
  • James 1:26
    Is our Religion Worthless?
  • James 2
    Are We Supposed to Judge People?
  • James 2
    Are We Justified by Works?
  • James 3
    James keep grinding and grinding about problems of Christians and
    our biggest problem is our mouths.
  • James 4
    If you do not believe in the sovereignty of God, you will after these verses.
    You cannot miss the fact that God is in charge of our lives.
  • James 5
    James is concerned about those who abuse their wealth.


November 2011

July 2007

  • 1st Peter Introduction
    Who Is In Charge? Who Do We Think We Are?
  • 1st Peter 1:1-12
    The Apostle Paul wrote 13 outstanding letters to the church. They are logically tight and
    firm. Oftentimes we are guilty of forgetting about the Apostle Peter. Peteri s the main voice
    in the book of Acts. He is the apostle to the Jews. He was a fisherman, the one who
    denied Christ three times but we also forget that the other apostles simply slipped away.
    The Apostle Peter had a big ministry, possibly bigger than the Apostle Paul.
  • 1st Peter 1:13-16
    Peter goes from one link to the next link and keeps the thoughts going.
    Censure your mind as a belt, don’t let your mind, your thinking get scattered,
    stay sober (meaning emotionally sober), fix your anticipation on the grace
    that will come by the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
  • 1 Peter 1:17-2:2
    There is no longer a sacrifical system. We’re in a mobile age. God works in you
    and me and we represent the Lord Jesus Christ to the world. It’s a different
  • 1 Peter 2:2-12
    The church is made up of Jew and Gentile. The Epistles are
    written to the church age, but the bulk of Revelation is written for the Tribulation
  • 1 Peter 2:13-20
    When should we obey the government and when should we not?
  • 1 Peter 2:21-3:4
    To this you were called because Christ suffered for you leaving you as an example that you should follow in His steps (-vs 21)
  • 1 Peter 3:5-12
    For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to make themselve beautiful (-vs 5)
  • 1 Peter 3:22-4:11
    [Jesus Christ] who has gone into heaven and is at God’s right hand with angels, authorities and powers in submission to Him. (vs -22)
  • 1 Peter 4:7-19
    The end of all things is near. therefore be clear minded and self-controlled so that you can pray. (-vs 7)
  • 1 Peter 5:9-13

    Resist him [the devil], standing firm in the faith, because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings.
  • 1 Peter 5:10-5:15
    And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.


February 2010

October 2007


November 2007

  • 1 John 1
  • 1 John 1:8
  • 1 John 2
  • 1 John 2:12
  • 1 John 2:18-26
    The apostle John talks about the forces that were coming against the church in his day.
  • 1 John 3:1
    The world can know us (Christians) to a degree, but there is always a stop point. That’s because we’re coming from a different orientation, a Biblical orientation.
  • 1 John 3:23
    John ties in our belief in Jesus with the love we should have for one another.
  • 1 John 4:11
    One thing John does constantly is put the Christian life as an ongoing thing.
    To paraphrase John would go something like this: ‘If you don’t see anything coming out of this person’s life, the more likely this person is not saved.”
    John is very concerned about fakes and phonies.
  • 1 John 5:6-12
    What is baptism? To dip or to immerse? Baptism explained!
  • 1 John 5:16
    The sin leading to death, explained. Also explained: Which sin does NOT lead to death?


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April 2012

December 2007

  • Jude (Part One)
    This was written at about 68-70 AD. The churches were beginning to deteriorate. There was open sin and people who were not born again had been sneaking into the congregations.
  • Jude (Part Two)
    The problem with human nature is that we go in all the wrong directions.


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