What Jesus Said to the Church
Both THEN and NOW
“Christ’s Message to the Church in Ephesus” is a classic teaching by Rick Renner. In his characteristically thorough and engaging teaching style, Rick delves deep into the revelation that Jesus Christ gave to the Ephesian church. Presenting these truths within the cultural and historical context of New Testament times, Rick examines each of Jesus messages that were directed both to the pastoral leadership and to the congregation itself.
It becomes startlingly clear in this teaching that the Head of the Church was speaking a present-tense message for every member of His Body for every generation. The teaching and illustrations in this profoundly insightful series will have a strong and lasting impact on the quality of your devotion and your obedience to God. It will also positively enhance your understanding of the New Testament and the instruction that Jesus continues to speak to His Church.
Topics in this 10-part series include:
• Why Golden Candlesticks?
• What Jesus Knows About You
• Doctrinal Integrity
• How To Recognize True and False Apostles
• How Does Anyone Leave a First Love?
• What Is True Repentance?
• Who Were the Nicolaitans?
Particularly for us upon whom the last days have come, these messages hold tremendous relevance and importance.
Series includes (1) Study Guide. Additional copies can be purchased for group study.
Companion Study Guide
A 10-lesson study guide (included with program series purchase) corresponds to “Christ’s Message to Ephesus” teaching. Each lesson covers a topic that is addressed during the program series, with questions and references supplied to draw you deeper into your own private study of the Scriptures on this subject.
Each study lesson includes:
- Greek Word Definitions
- Lesson Synopsis
- Lesson Emphasis
- Lesson Main Points
- Study Questions and Practical Application
This 88-page Study Guide is suitable for personal or group study.
Note: DVD and CD series include a printed Study Guide.
Digital Products (USB, Digital Video, and Digital Audio) include a Digital Study Guide (PDF format).