Dr. Gene Scott Classic Teaching on DVD

The Opportunity for Faith

The word "For" in Mark 6:52 is translated from the Greek word "gar", and refers to the fact th...

The word "For" in Mark 6:52 is translated from the Greek word "gar", and refers to the fact the disciples were not amazed that Jesus calmed the storm, but at themselves for doubting so soon after the loaves and fishes miracle.  The lesson for us Christians is not to doubt in the circumstance like the disciples had done when there was no money for bread; and then when the miracle comes, not to forget that the same Lord is with us in the next faith opportunity.  And to remember that even whe...

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Faithfulness in Things of Eternity vs. this Gen...

In Luke 16, the Parable of the Unrighteous Steward, Jesus is making the point that the childre...

In Luke 16, the Parable of the Unrighteous Steward, Jesus is making the point that the children of this world, also know as the children of darkness, are wiser in ensuring their prosperity in this world and the things of time that the chosen of God, the children of light, since most Christians do not seek eternal rewards with the vigor that the children of darkness pursue the wealth of this world.  Jesus makes it clear that when we Christians are faithful in our seeking of eternal rewards ...

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Bringing the Loaves, But Stopping Short of Faith

Hebrews 1 lets us know that Jesus is the heir of all things by whom the worlds were made, upho...

Hebrews 1 lets us know that Jesus is the heir of all things by whom the worlds were made, upholding all things by the word of His power, who sits on God's right hand. In John 6, when Jesus asks Philip where to buy bread, He was testing Philip to see if He realized who was talking to him: the same omnipotent Jesus.  The lesson for us Christians is that more times than not, we reduce our Lord God down to our size and miss the faith opportunity.  Philip was counting pennies and Andrew had the...

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Testifying to God's Ownership, with Luke's Para...

The parable of the pounds teaches the principle that you had better do what the Master says, a...

The parable of the pounds teaches the principle that you had better do what the Master says, and the Master says that heaven and earth are the Lord's and the fullness thereof and the tithes and firstfruits belong to Him.  Giving tithes and first fruits to the one that teaches you God's word testifies to the recognition of servitude and stewardship and that we are not our own but bought with a price.  The tithes and firstfruits are the Lord's and He promised to bless what remains.

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Romans Series 27 Romans Chapter 1 Verse 8

When we say, “My God” or “The God of me”, it means more than possessing God.  Our vocabulary does...

When we say, “My God” or “The God of me”, it means more than possessing God.  Our vocabulary does not offer the right words to express its meaning but one analogy would be water to a dry and thirsty land.  Paul thanked the God of him for the church at Rome because even though it was a very rich, powerful, and well educated, it was their faith that was spoken of throughout the world. Romans 1:8. VF-1183. © Copyright 1999

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The Saints, Faith, and Spiritual Warfare (DVD)

We Christians become a target when we break free from this world and the prison camp it’s capture...

We Christians become a target when we break free from this world and the prison camp it’s captured in. Paul makes it clear in Ephesians 6:12 that we are wrestling with the devil and a host of demons. The devil is not omnipotent and he has limited power, but he is more powerful than we are by ourselves. Ephesians 6:11 lets us know to put on the whole armour of God and to withstand in the evil day and when we’ve done that, Ephesians 6:13 says, “having done all, to stand”. Ephesians 1, 6. VF-067...

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