ISBN #: 978-0-940293-31-1
Jesus . . . the world has never known anyone like Him. He said He was the “Bread of life” and He illustrated it by feeding thousands of people with five small loaves and two fish. He said He was the “Light of the world” and He illustrated it by giving sight to a man blind from birth. He said He was the “Resurrection and the Life” and He illustrated it by raising people to life and by coming back Himself from the grave. Truly, there’s no one like Him in the whole universe.
This course will tell you some of the things Jesus said and did while He lived on earth. He has important things to say and to do for you, as well.
V. Paul Flint’s writings were the fruit of an extensive preaching and teaching ministry that included 34 years on the faculty of Emmaus Bible College and a regular pulpit ministry. He and his wife, Helen, also had a deep interest in foreign missions which resulted in numerous summers devoted to work with individual missionaries and missionary organizations including Operation Mobilization and Ireland Outreach.
Chapter 1 – The Cleansing of the Leper
Chapter 2 – The Feeding of the 5,000
Chapter 3 – Walking on the Water
Chapter 4 – Bartimaeus Receives Sight
Chapter 5 – Fishing
Chapter 6 – The Greatest Enemy
Chapter 7 – The Good Samaritan
Chapter 8 – The Prodigal Son
Chapter 9 – The Rich Fool
Chapter 10 – The Rich Man and Lazarus
Chapter 11 – The Friend Who Came at Midnight
Chapter 12 – The Nobleman and His Servants
Books by Paul V. Flint: Strangers and Pilgrims
ISBN #: 978-0-940293-10-6
This study is a verse-by-verse exposition dealing with practical instruction for the local church and
Paul's first letter to the believers in Corinth was originally written to answer these questions. Because these problems are still prevalent in society, Paul's letter remains an important teaching message for us today.
Are denominations Scriptural? For what sins may a person be excommunicated from the church? Is it right for a Christian to go to law against another believer? What should we think about marriage and divorce? What is the place of women in the church? What is the gift of tongues? What will the resurrection body be like?
This study will help you know the answer to these questions. This letter was originally written to answer certain questions that had arisen in the assembly at Corinth. But many of these problems are still with us and will be until the end of the age.View full product details
ISBN #: 978-0-940293-05-2
The letters of John are practical. They can be disturbing, too, for John allows no shades of gray in our lives. With him, things are black or white, right or wrong, true or false, good or bad. "God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all."
We are living in days when, so far as the world is concerned, the prevailing philosophy is that morals are relative and religion should be synthesized. John’s writings blow such fuzzy cobwebs right out of the minds of God’s people.
This study will challenge you to face squarely the absolutes of the Christian faith.View full product details
When Peter wrote this letter to believers in Asia Minor, persecution was increasing and they were under pressure to deny their faith. Peter’s letter is full of practical instruction on attitudes and behavior to strengthen their faith and witness. The world has always been (and will continue to be) hostile to Jesus Christ and His followers. In light of that, the letter of 1 Peter contains both relevant and needed teaching and encouragement for Christians today.View full product details
ISBN #: 978-0-940293-49-6
Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians produced the desired effect.For example, the immoral brother was expelled from the fellowship of the local church and showed deep repentance.
In this, his second letter, Paul reveals his anxiety while awaiting a report from Titus concerning developments at Corinth. In the meantime, Paul experiences some of his darkest hours.Trouble appeared on every side. "Without were fightings; within were fears." Paul’s detractors made a threefold assault upon him; they attacked his person, his teaching, and his character.
In the midst of all his troubles, Paul discovers not only that the "Father of mercies" was the "God of all comfort," but also that he could prove the all-sufficiency of God’s grace in his life.
This study will help us to learn that blessing can come out of buffetings.View full product details