The first “P” of the Gospel (2 of 3): the Presence of Christ (Getting Real and Sharing Hope)

Last week, we started looking at Christ in day one of creation and the many Scripture passages that show His presence in that supernatural Light.  If you missed last week’s videos, “The first “P” of the Gospel: the Presence of Christ (an Introduction and the Hermeneutic“, you can view them now or later.  I won’t repeat the details of that information in this week’s videos.

In the first shorter video below, I’m privileged to be joined by my wife, who is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside.  I love her face shows such a full range of emotion and deep thinking as she and I discuss some of the practical need and blessings of Jesus’ gracious presence in our daily lives.  The second longer video outlines more applications of real hope for God’s people and is based on the many Scriptures referenced in last week’s video.  I hope you find both of them helpful and encouraging in the Lord Jesus.

 

 

If you found this week’s videos helpful, you may also interested in two  videos on Understanding and Applying the Bible and B.E. S.C.R.I.P.T.T.T.U.R.A.L.. located on the tab, “Theology Thursdays”.  The first describes a simple three-step inductive approach to books of the Bible.  The second uses an acronym to guide you in considering twelve points for a deeper study of Scripture.

We will use these models to study whole books of the Bible.  In order to keep the series shorter, we will only be studying books with six chapters or less.  The series on Philippians is complete.  God willing, I will post the series on Lamentations in a few weeks.

If you would like to see future videos in this series, “Theology Thursdays”, you can subscribe to tools4trenches or click here.

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10435502_855049431182935_4536762765713190951_nUnless otherwise indicated, Jeff Dillard is the author of all posts in this blog, the goal of which is your greater joy in Christ through leadership and counseling.  Jeff and his wife, Lauren, have been married since 1995.  By God’s grace, they have four wonderful children and two grandchildren.  Jeff was ordained by the Presbyterian Church in America and commissioned as an Army Chaplain in 1998.  He has Master’s degrees in Divinity, History, and Counseling.  Since 1998, he’s had the privilege of equipping and encouraging others’ faith and service to the Lord Jesus by leading congregations and counseling in multicultural settings across the United States.  Seven of those years have been in Germany, Korea, and Iraq.  For leisure, Jeff enjoys simple time with his family, exercise, playing guitar and trumpet, and trying foreign foods with friends.

Please note that the contents of tools4trenches do not necessarily reflect specific beliefs or practices of organizations in which Jeff works or worships.

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