[The following article is an edited transcription of our March / April 2001 audio teaching by John W. Schoenheit, Reaching Out with the Love of God Or Christianity: The Come as You Are Party.] In this teaching, we are going to be talking about reaching out with the love of God because God reaches us […]
God is a loving Father and He wants us to spend time with Him. The Bible tells us that God knit us together in our mother’s wombs, and knows our every thought. Yet we often leave Him on the back burner. We tend to make time in our daily lives for people and other things, […]
Many people believe that “God is in control” of things on earth today, and that everything that happens is His will. However, that is not what the Bible actually says and furthermore, it makes God out to be very unloving and unfair. In this teaching John Schoenheit explains what he means when he says that […]
Jesus’ words from the cross, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani,” have confused Bible students for years. Sadly, many of them think that Jesus either was, or thought he was, forsaken by God. In this teaching, John Schoenheit sets forth the real reason why Jesus spoke those powerful words: he was quoting from Psalm 22, and thus […]
In Christianity today there are many questions surrounding the subject of physical healing. Have you ever asked, “Is healing available today, and if so what provisions, if any, has God made for our healing?” Or, “What are the factors that affect healing, what role does faith play, and why don’t we see more healing in […]
This teaching by John Schoenheit gives an overview of the book of Job, with a detailed explanation of the first few chapters, and highlights throughout the rest of the book.
This sequel to The Role of Women in the Church (Mar/Apr 1996). This teaching is a powerful encouragement to women who have doubted God’s calling because of false interpretations of difficult passages of Scripture.
This tape examines these issues from the Word of God and shows that God is not responsible in any way for terror or death. It also examines our proper biblical response to evil so that we can have a safe and free society.
Jesus Christ showed us how to reach out with the love of God. He loved both the sinners and the Pharisees who were around him. In so doing, he left us a model to follow and showed that the language of love is universal.