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Postby dadman » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:17 pm

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Is Jesus really who He says He is?
It’s not an unreasonable question, nor is it a new one. Even those who loved God, longed for the arrival of Messiah,
and lived in Israel during the miracle-filled days of Jesus’ earthly ministry had times of doubt.
A brief episode in Luke gives a surprisingly wide-angle look into the struggles of those early believers.
John MacArthur’s study When Believers Doubt brings the story to life—and the takeaway for Christians today is clear.
These messages pour out encouragement you need when you’re tempted to question what you know about who Jesus is, what He accomplished, and what He’s preparing for the future.
And you’ll see that how you respond to doubt can, in itself, prove that your faith is real. Two hours of verse-by-verse teaching that can put uncertainty to rest for good.

030705 why the believer doubts .. part 1 of 2 .. Recorded Dec 30 2001 Image

Luke 07:18 .. the disciples of John reported to him about all these things
07:19 .. summoning two of his disciples .. John sent them to the Lord .. saying . . . are you the expected one ..
......... or do we look for someone else
07:20 .. when the men came to him .. they said . . . John the Baptist has sent us to you .. to ask . . .
......... are you the expected one .. or do we look for someone else

030706 why the believer doubts .. part 2 of 2 .. Recorded Jan 06 2002 Image

07:21 .. at that very time he cured many people of diseases and afflictions and evil spirits .. and he gave sight to many who were blind
07:22 .. and he answered and said to them . . . go and report to John what you have seen and heard .. the blind receive sight ..
......... the lame walk .. the lepers are cleansed .. and the deaf hear .. the dead are raised up .. the poor have the gospel preached to them
07:23 .. blessed is he who does not take offense at me



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