Sayings of Jesus: 5 Video Series
Jesus said many profound things during his life – here are some of the best know ones examined.
A Christadelphian Video: Description: The Bible Message from Jesus is likened unto a door, which if we knock on Jesus the Son of the Most High God will open. As Only True Shepherd he will lead those who seek to know the Gospel of the Kingdom of God. When the Lord Jesus returns to reign as King. he will lead his sheep and invite all the surviving nations to accept his rule.
A Christadelphian Video: Description: Three times Jesus used his Father’s power to restore to life people who had died; and when Jesus comes again, multitudes will be raised from the dead, Jesus proved that bodily resurrection is God’s way of saving from death, so that faithful people can receive God’s gift of immortality.
A Christadelphian Video: Description: The parable of the shepherd is rooted in the shepherding style of the era. The devotion of the shepherd resulted in the trusting, faithful response of the sheep. Instead of driving them with dogs, they literally led them so that they followed. Those who work within God’s flock (His ecclesia) need to work with care among them, not lording it over them.
A Christadelphian Video: Description: Israel were God’s vine but they failed to bring forth fruit. An unproductive vine that does not produce fruit is burned. This is just what the Romans did to Jerusalem in AD 70. In contrast Jesus is the sincere vine who always speaks the truth, encouraging believers to remain in him as branches and fruit and so receive blessings.
A Christadelphian Video: Description: When Christ is described as the light of the world, it does not mean a literal light but a moral light that will guard us, guide us, help and heal us. As the great guide and example, we can understand how Christ was called “light of the world.” We too are required to show God’s light in the way we treat others, with compassion and kindness..
A Christadelphian Video; Description: This is a very comprehensive study one of the titles of Christ. Do we recognise the Bread of Life that is given to us so freely and are grateful for it? Or are we like the Israelites who, when they saw GOD’s provision said, “What is it?” and become so familiar with its regular appearance, grew bored and grumbled about it? Without this Bread, which is so freely given to us, the only other bread is gotten by the sweat of our brow.