How To Walk On Water

A  Topical  Study

            In this study, we cover 2 scenarios that give us a whole lot to think about concerning how to overcome impossible and undesirable situations in our life. The first scenario involves Jesus feeding 5000 people with 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread. The other scenario involves Jesus walking on water and Peter joining him! While these are obvious acts of a supernatural God, we often overlook what Jesus required of his disciples in order for these miracles to take place. Jesus required 2 things: (1) that his disciples follow his directions whether they made sense to them or not and (2) that they focus on HIM and HIS abilities, rather than focusing on the circumstances. Simply doing those 2 things is what led to 5000 people being fed with 2 fish and 5 loaves and it's also what led to Peter walking on water in the midst of a storm. The formula is very simple and yet it's easy to forget amidst all our many distractions. If your needs are greater than your resources, or if you're experiencing storms in your life that you'd like to rise above, then you might want to give this podcast a listen.





22 Minutes
May 28, 2010


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SESSION NOTES
SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
Jesus Feeds 5000 People With 2 Fish And 5 Loaves Of Bread.Matthew 14:13-21Mark 6:30-44Luke 9:10-17John 6:1-13
Jesus Sends Away His Disciples & Withdraws To Pray.Matthew 14:22-23Mark 6:45-46John 6:14-17
The Disciples Are Attacked By Another Storm At Sea & Jesus Walks On The Water.Matthew 14:24-27Mark 6:47-50John 6:18-20
Faith VS Circumstances: Peter Walks On The Water.Matthew 14:28-31
Jesus Comes Aboard And The Winds Cease.Matthew 14:32-33Mark 6:51-52John 6:21


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To Blaspheme The Holy Spirit

A  Topical  Study

            When you consider the extremes that God personally went to secure our safe passage into Heaven without any threat from Hell, it's hard to believe that there would exist any particular sin that could not be forgiven. What sin could possibly be unforgivable? It's given cute little labels such as "blasphemy against the Holy Spirit" with hardly any further explanation as to what that really means. Which sin was Jesus referring to when he declared blasphemy against the Holy Spirit to be an unforgivable sin? Who was he talking to and what did they do? What sin could have possibly escaped the "PAID IN FULL" declaration that Jesus personally made before he died on the cross? Did Jesus make a mistake?





28 Minutes
April 16, 2010


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SESSION NOTES
SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
Unraveling The Mystery Of The Infamous Unpardonable Sin (aka) Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit.Matthew 12:31-32Mark 3:28-30Romans 1:18-25John 3:16-19
Giving An Account For Every Idle Word.Matthew 12:33-37
The Sign Of The Prophet Jonah.Matthew 12:38-40Luke 11:29-30


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