BEST OF: What’s In It For Us? #34 – Jeremiah and Baruch

September 16, 2007 Sunday School What’s In It “FOR” Us? Part 34 Jeremiah and Baruch Who is this Baruch fellow? If a pastor is going to try be a Jeremiah, he needs a Baruch! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:05 — 5.6MB)
May 11th, 2011 by KJVOnly 

BEST OF: What’s In It For Us? #61: Joel

February 24, 2008 Sunday School What’s In It For Us? #61 Joel Once again, we see another Old Testament source for the false gospel that is so prevalent today. It is amazing how the Scriptures are so mistakenly taught that produces such misunderstanding in today’s Christianity. Add to the situation the modern bible versions and we see what is going on in the new church teachings –...

May 8th, 2011 by KJVOnly 

BEST OF: What’s In It For Us? #58: Ecclesiastes

February 3, 2008 Sunday School What’s In It For Us? #58 Ecclesiastes Ecclesiastical wisdom from a man who has ‘Been There, Done That!” Why do we waste so much in our attempts to ‘live’ when we could save ourselves a lot of grief & future burn by listening to Solomon’s ‘results’ of a life that provided everything! Podcast: Play in new window |...

May 8th, 2011 by KJVOnly 

BEST OF: What’s In the Gospels For Us? #1

June 1, 2008 Sunday School Between the Testaments The Septuagint? The Apocrypha? Can we learn anything from these two supposed writings that are so greatly supported within Modern Christianity? Yes! We can see in detail some of the workings of the devil as he prepares the world for ‘his’ coming in Revelation 6, according to the modern bible versions of today. i.e.: we can learn what...

April 27th, 2011 by KJVOnly 

BEST OF: What’s In It For Us? #73: Malachi

May 25th, 2008 Sunday School What’s In It For Us? #73 Malachi We conclude our Old Testament study of what is there FOR us. Today, we see that the end of the New Testament is very similar to the end of the Old Testament. Very interesting comparison. We also point out a few false teachings that are preached and taught today from Malachi to Christians. Podcast: Play in new window | Download...

April 17th, 2011 by KJVOnly 

Paul’s Punctuation

Sunday School Reading through Paul’s writings, we see that he has many very long sentences. Knowing the importance of grammar, we can see how these are not bunny trails – these are not run on sentences – these are great additional phrases that have great importance. Here are a few of those long sentences. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:05:55 — 7.5MB)
September 20th, 2009 by KJVOnly 

A Paul Good-bye (Part I)

Sunday School What does Paul say to each church as he departs? He has some excellent words – so, I will say the same ‘good-bye’ to Touchet as did Paul. Again, because of the moving, there are no notes, but just check with us the last few verses at the end of each book of Paul’s. You will be ‘grace be with, etc.’ but you will also notice some great direction to...

August 30th, 2009 by KJVOnly 

In Your Own Words (Part I)

Sunday School Not meaning to lessen the importance and power of the Scriptures, but how are you at explaining ‘truth’ in your own words in casual conversation? Here are some topics for you to consider. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 40:52 — 4.7MB) Podcast (touchetvideo): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 44:57 — 154.2MB)
August 23rd, 2009 by KJVOnly 

Consider These Things

Sunday School Here are two things I would ask you to consider: How the Great Commission destroyed Christianity from the foreign mission field, not vice versa. Where much of our grief and sorrow come from – see Ecclesiastes 1:18 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 35:49 — 4.1MB) Podcast (touchetvideo): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 37:53 — 131.6MB)
August 16th, 2009 by KJVOnly 

Greater Commission Review

Sunday School With some recent additions to the presentation, we reviewed the powerpoint presentation of rightly dividing the word of truth. The same visual presentation, easier to read but without the audio, is available online at Paul’s Greater Commission. In the video/audio, we also take a quick look at a short presentation that explains why Hebrews through Jude are located at the end of the...

August 9th, 2009 by KJVOnly