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An examination of Jesus’ description of himself in his “greatest in the kingdom” teachings (first half). This series from Gayle’s book The Jesus Style.
The second half of Jesus’ description of himself in his “greatest in the kingdom” teachings.
The first half of Paul’s description of the “mind of Christ” in Philippians 2:5-11.
The second half of Paul’s description of the “mind of Christ” in Philippians 2:5-11.
A revealing look at the physical character of Jesus and his approach through John the Baptist’s statement, “I would not have known him, except…”
A study of the table shape and seating at the last supper. Shows the tensions among the Apostles and Jesus’ use of power. Filled with “Aha’s.”
If you are going to be a servant, how do you keep people from taking advantage of you? This tape should be seen by all serious Christians.
God, the Father, reveals His Name and Glory in Exodus 34:6 and opens huge doors to Biblical understanding. You will never see God, the Father, the same again. Messages 8 and 9 are from Gayle’s book The Father Style.
Knowing the meaning and use of the Name and Glory of God has powerful New Testament implications. This will improve your prayer and daily life.
An enlightening and entertaining exposition of Colossians 1 and 2 as Paul explains the centrality of Jesus.
Jesus contrasts the world-centered methods of the Apostles with his leadership in Matthew 20:20 as James and John seek special favors and get surprising results.
A powerful evangelistic message beginning with Luke 19:1-10. A tape to be shown to every person running from God or resisting his call.
A clarifying and simplifying study on what worship truly is from John 4
A dramatic look at joy through the work of the Holy Spirit. Covers much of the New Testament. Messages 14 and 15 are from Gayle’s book The Spirit Style.
What Jesus says of the Holy Spirit and how it solves all the problems we have with Him.
For anyone who has ever wondered what the will of God is for their life and has ever wondered how to know when they have heard from God.
Events in Jesus’ life that prove his consistent servanthood and increase your love for him. Contrasts the nature of Satan with Jesus.
Resolving problems with the servanthood nature of Jesus and confronting Apostolic failure. Events in Jesus’ life that show his “others-centered” care for us.
When Peter, in Matthew 16, knew that Jesus was the Messiah and the keys to the kingdom were given to the Church, were the Apostles ready to use them? Humorous, revealing look at who God uses.
Looking at the Apostle most people identify with through his spotty life and his use of two “swords” before and after the Day of Pentecost.
Taken from Deuteronomy 10, the work of the priesthood and its application for today’s Christian. An interactive memory rally.
How our relationship with other Christians proves our relationship with God and enables us to win the world.
In John 21, Jesus catches the disciples back in their old pursuits. His only discipline of them was to affirm Peter’s love and to assure that he would feed the sheep.
Events in Jesus’ life that prove his consistency as a servant and increase your love for Him. How denominations can begin around incomplete observations and experiences of Him.
Jesus had some very hard things to say about earthly families. If that has troubled you, this tape will resolve your understanding and settle your heart.
In Luke 9:57-62, Jesus confronts certain bondages that hold people back from serving him. They include comfort, security and family. A companion to “Jesus and Family” that will give you freedom.
The progression from prayer to glory in 1 Peter 4.
2 Corinthians 5 in ways designed to help you remember what it means.
Luke 15 has only one hero—the Father. Insights into the traditions of their times and the flow of mercy from God.
The person who forgives lives in total freedom. Colossians 3 examines forgiveness and other themes.
A very personal look at what Malachi 3:16 might mean.
A surprising stopover in the valley of weeping. Psalm 84.
Here you will see the corruption of power and politics in the Pharisees and watch Jesus exhibit his servanthood. For anyone from failures to hypocrites.
The Scripture is clear. The abundance of inclusive All passages and exclusive No Other statements leave nothing left but Jesus. Great for anyone struggling with doubts.
The Bible says its guaranteed. Gayle tells you how.
View hopeless humanity at Bethesda in John 5 and who Jesus helped and why.
The last word on faith and grace. Romans 4 and 5.
For service, not punishment. Hebrews 12:1-11.
God’s great open-door policy. Luke 11:1-13.
God created life, not death. John 3:16.