Dr. Gene Scott Topic: Heroes of Faith

God's Heroes of Faith: Elijah's Characteristics...

Elijah's Characteristics: He cared more about God’s honor than himself, he practiced an awareness...

Elijah's Characteristics: He cared more about God’s honor than himself, he practiced an awareness of God’s presence that was the same in the king’s court or the desert, he was willing to act on the written word of God that he already before any special revelation, and he treated the mundane and trivial assignments (widow’s son) the same as the Mt. Carmel assignments. Hebrews 11.  LF-0116 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Enoch

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Enoch- Hebrews 11 is the only chapter in...

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Enoch- Hebrews 11 is the only chapter in the Bible where God praises men, and there's every kind of human weakness in that crowd. The only common denominator in Hebrews 11 is when they finally get it together they decide they'll hang in there on God's word no matter what. That faithing action is the only common denominator and God praises them. Hebrews 11, Genesis 5. LF-0082 © Copyright 1977   Additional Products on the Subject: Short...

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God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel; God has Ezekiel prophesy agains...

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel; God has Ezekiel prophesy against the Ammonites, Moabites, Edomites, the Philistines, and Tyrus; The King of Tyrus was lifted up in pride so he became possessed by satan, the true ruler of Tyrus. God hates spiritual pridefulness which is the door satan uses to gain entrance and take that one over. Hebrews 11, Ezekiel 25-30. LF-0129 © Copyright 1979

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God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel (Part 1)

It's not always easy to consume God's word, but when we abide in it and quit rebelling and we mak...

It's not always easy to consume God's word, but when we abide in it and quit rebelling and we make God's word the subject and object until we're full of His word: then it becomes sweet as honey.  Ezekiel teaches us that it's not the miracle vision experience but the message in God's word that's important. Hebrews 11:32; Ezekiel 1-3. LF-0118 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel (Part 2)

Ezekiel is one of the rare ones, like Jeremiah, who was both a priest and a prophet.  He has visi...

Ezekiel is one of the rare ones, like Jeremiah, who was both a priest and a prophet.  He has visions but also consumes God's word: typified by a scroll.  Most people, even those called to teach by God, want the whirlwind visions and an exciting atmosphere much more than the scroll: the teaching of God's word. Hebrews 11:32; Ezekiel 3,4. LF-0119 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Ezekiel (Part 3)

The Book of Ezekiel teaches us that God's prophets need more than visions and God's word, they re...

The Book of Ezekiel teaches us that God's prophets need more than visions and God's word, they require involvement with God's people.  Prophets must take upon themselves the burdens and pains of the people they came to deliver. Hebrews 11:32; Ezekiel 3,4. LF-0120 © Copyright 1978

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