Moving quickly, we covered more than two chapters in one night. Romans 9-11 is very dense and can be difficult to grasp.
Scott McAndrew shows us various repsonses to Jesus and how the correct response to His person and work is to come to Him and drink.
Dr. Allen McCannon shows us what we can learn from the story of Elijah in the midst of discouragement and depression.
Sin takes little time before it causes a tragic downward spiral in the human race. We trace out some of its effects along with the counteracting promise of God.
Today we looked at one of the more perplexing statements that Jesus made in John's gospel. What did He mean by commanding us to eat His flesh and drink His blood?
[One correction from the message: After the Second Vatican Council (that began in 1962 and ended in 1965) Catholics were allowed to partake of both the bread and wine during the Eucharist (the Lord's supper). There was a 600 year period before Vatican II where the laity were only allowed to partake of the bread.]