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Posted: December 29, 2019

It was a great human-interest story: a first century catering crisis with a divine intervention, and a happy ending. Join Liam Goligher as he looks at the first of Jesus’ miracles--one that resulted in an amazing overflow of wine, and the first of many signs of Christ’s glory.

Posted: December 22, 2019

With three short statements that concluded with the words, “Come and See”…two disciples were added to Jesus’ band of followers. Nathaniel, the latest to be added, called Jesus “the Son of God.” But, Jesus called Himself “the Son of Man,” a title which implied His purpose. Join Liam Goligher as he examines the words that led two men into God’s service… and, the significance found in a name.

Posted: December 15, 2019

John the Baptist directed people to Jesus, but in the first week of His ministry, Jesus was finding people on His own. With the simple invitation to “follow me,” the Lord added to His unlikely band of followers. Join Liam Goligher as he continues his study of the first week of Jesus’ ministry, and the calling of Phillip and Nathaniel.

Posted: December 08, 2019

Jesus gives joy and meaning to our lives. When we come to Him, we come looking for His blessings…but, unless the sin problem that separates us from God is dealt with, the lesser things we seek are meaningless. Join Liam Goligher as he looks at the primary reason for the coming of the Savior.

Posted: December 01, 2019

John the Baptist was the first witness to the coming of Christ, and his followers were the first to follow Jesus and become His disciples. They left John and called others, and the initial band of eyewitnesses began to assemble. Join Liam Goligher for No Falling Word, as he studies the first followers of the Messiah—the men who would change the world with their testimonies of the Savior.

Posted: November 24, 2019

In a dream, Jacob saw the heavens open and a ladder come down that led to the very throne of God. Many years later, John saw the heavens open and the Spirit of God descend on the Messiah…and, with the Spirit came a new order of things. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word, as he shows us the parallels and the significance of these two seemingly unrelated events in kingdom history.

Posted: November 17, 2019

The soul of the one who sins will die, unless a substitute dies in its place. For centuries, the ceremonial system of sacrifice had been carried out by the priests and Levites to atone for the sins of God’s people…but that system was coming to an end, and a final sacrifice was about to take its place. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word, as John the Baptist introduces the final sacrifice who would take away the sin of the world.

Posted: November 10, 2019

John’s words roused a nation. Men came to hear him speak and wondered who he was. Some came with doubts and suspicion, while others came with hope and wonder. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he concludes his study of the man who introduced the Messiah.

Posted: November 03, 2019

They made their way to the Jordan to see the rough-shod character who was stirring the country. They asked, “Is he Elijah? Is he the Messiah?” Or, “Is he the prophet promised by God? But he was none of them. He was a singular man sent for a very different purpose. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he begins the study of a unique man who gave the first witness of the Messiah.

Posted: October 27, 2019

God met His people at the tabernacle. It occupied the center of the camp, and in it, the people came together. Moses brought the tribes of Israel before the Lord in the tabernacle. It was God’s meeting place…but a different tabernacle was yet to come. Join Liam Goligher on No Falling Word as he explores a tabernacle made, not of skins or bricks, but of flesh in the form of a man like us.

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