This week’s Biblical teaching will be part 3 of Luke chapter 18

Jesus Warns of His Death, Heals a Blind Man [Luke chapter 18, verses 31-42] To view this in any browser, click here! 🙂 Last week when we concluded part 2 of Luke chapter 18, we left off where Jesus had instructed his apostles and the many others who were within earshot of our Lord and […]

This week’s Bible study will be part 2 of Luke chapter 11

A Kingdom That Is Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand [Luke chapter 11, verses 14-28] To view this in your browser, click here! 🙂 When we left off last week at verse 13 of chapter 11 of the gospel of Luke, Jesus had just finished giving his apostles and those in the crowd that surrounded them […]

This week’s Bible study will be part 3 of Luke chapter 8

The Dead Girl and the Sick Woman [Luke chapter 8, verses 40-56 (part 3 of 3)] For this week’s Bible study we will be finishing the remainder of chapter 8 of Luke’s gospel, consisting of the final 16 verses of that chapter. These verses contain yet another one of the great stories of miracles performed […]

Bible study this week is part 2 of Luke chapter 8

Jesus Exercises His Authority [Luke chapter 8, verses 22-39 (part 2 of 3)] To view this in a browser, click here! 🙂 Today as we continue our ongoing series on the writings of the apostle Luke, we move on to the middle part of chapter 8 of his account of the Gospel. As you recall […]

Bible study this week will be the first half of Luke chapter five

Jesus Calls His First Disciples [Luke chapter 5, verses 1-16] To view this on my website, click here. For this week’s study, we’ll be moving on to Luke chapter five. Here we chronicle the ministry of Jesus during a time when he was just beginning to call his first disciples. We also will find as […]

On Matters of Faith (part two)

On Matters of Faith [John chapter nine part two] by Rev. Paul J. Bern Last week when we left off at verse 23, I was comparing the Pharisee’s shabby treatment of the blind man who had been healed by Jesus to that of many aspiring Christians who have been driven away from mainstream churches. I […]