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Posted: March 15, 2020

As Jesus continues His ministry, He encounters a most unlikely candidate for the Kingdom: a woman of Samaria. The meeting wasn’t by chance, however. It was a calculated encounter with a sinful woman from a despised race of people, and it was meant to show us that the Kingdom of God was available to all who would enter. Join Liam Goligher as he studies the unique encounter between Jesus and the woman at the well.

Posted: March 08, 2020

There were two factions baptizing in Judea. Both stressed purity and getting right with God, but one group grew as the other diminished, because only one offered eternal life. Join Liam Goligher as he explains why John, the “bright star in the night sky," had to be eclipsed by the brilliant light of Jesus.

Posted: March 01, 2020

A light came into the world, and that Light was a true and accurate revelation of God. In fact, the Light was the whole of God contained in human form--but the world loved darkness. Join Liam Goligher as he shares the reasons the world shrinks from the very Light that could bring it life.

Posted: February 23, 2020

The world into which Jesus came was not a neutral world. It was a world deeply affected by sin, and every aspect of human behavior had been affected by that sin. Join Liam Goligher next time as he explores the Father’s motive for sending His only Son—not to condemn the world, but to draw the elect to the light of the Savior.

Posted: February 16, 2020

The lifting up of the Son of Man on an old rugged cross is grounded in the love of God. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.” Do we really understand the depth of that love? Join Liam Goligher as he explores the full meaning of the love that God has for His people, in the words of John 3:16.

Posted: February 09, 2020

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son.” It’s probably the most familiar passage in the Bible. God’s sacrifice is the basis for our faith, but would His people recognize the gift? Would they look to Jesus for their salvation, as their ancestors looked to the serpent on the pole? Join Liam Goligher as he explores the significance of a familiar passage, and its ties with an ancient event that pointed to the Savior.

Posted: February 02, 2020

In the Garden, a serpent leads a woman to sin, and mankind to a certain death. As the Israelites wandered in the wilderness, serpents came among them to inflict their poison. Yet, despite its reputation, a bronze serpent was raised on a pole, and gave life to all who were willing to “look and live”. Join Liam Goligher as he describes the significance of a serpent in the Word of God.

Posted: January 26, 2020

In the Garden, a serpent leads a woman to sin, and mankind to a certain death. As the Israelites wandered in the wilderness, serpents came among them to inflict their poison. Yet, despite its reputation, a bronze serpent was raised on a pole, and gave life to all who were willing to “look and live”. Join Liam Goligher as he describes the significance of a serpent in the Word of God.

Posted: January 12, 2020

The temple was the center of Jewish life. It was the place where God was most present on earth. But, with the coming of the Messiah, that would no longer be the case! Liam Goligher explains Jesus’ role in changing the focus of worship…and, the powder keg He would ignite by His actions in Jerusalem.

Posted: January 05, 2020

Jesus came merely as a guest to a wedding in Cana. He and His disciples blended in with the others invited to the banquet, and no one really took notice, until an essential element of that banquet ran dry. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he continues his study of the first of Jesus’ miracles, and a significance that went well beyond the provision of a beverage.

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