Gene presented The Gospel According to Moses at the first annual Shenandoah Valley Bible Conference held April 21-23, 2017 in Winchester, Virginia.
This series is intended to demonstrate that the Gospel message, focusing on the Person and work of Jesus Christ, is the central message of the entire Bible. The coming of the Messiah and His saving work of redemption is presented throughout the Old Testament through direct prophetic statements, as well as using types and shadows. New Testament authors repeatedly refer to Old Testament expectations of the coming of the Savior—the Lord Jesus Christ.

Gene Cunningham - December 21, 1998

Upper Room Discourse #2

Upper Room Discourse #2

Joh 13:1-3 what we know determines what we do. Joh 13:4-17 Jesus knew that disciples were out of fellowship (soul's were "dirty") cleansing was necessary, so washed their feet to teach them. He waited for Peter's permission (Joh 13:8). Attitude (pride or humble) --> Priority (spiritual or earthly) --> Decision (wise or foolish) --> Action (good or evil) --> Consequences (blessing or cursing). If you know and then do the things you are blessed (Joh 13:12-17). John reflects on fellowship and the upper room in 1Jo 1:5-10. We are self-deceived (1Jo 1:8). We need to be humble to realize we need His power (1Jo 1:9, Rom 7:24-25). When we humble ourselves His advocacy covers us (1Jo 2:1-2).

Scripture References: John 13:4-17, Romans 7:24-25, John 13:1-3, John 1:9, John 1:8, John 1:5-10, John 13:12-17, John 13:8, John 2:1-2

From Series: "The Upper Room"

Originally given in Tucson AZ in August 2007 this series amplifies the crux of Christian doctrine as delivered by Jesus to His disciples in John chapters 13 through 17 - the Upper Room.

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