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Lesson 141: Proclaiming Christ in All of Scripture, Part I (Luke 24:13-35)

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(Part I) Jesus’s ministry was full of teaching, explaining, and fulfilling prophecy. But after His resurrection and before many believed that He had indeed risen, Jesus seized a unique opportunity to speak incognito to a couple of His disciples about a very important truth: the Old Testament was full of Him. This was one of the final lessons that His followers needed to understand before He ascended to heaven. It was deemed essential that they get a better grasp on what it would mean to preach the Word in all the days following. In this two-part message over Luke 24:13-35, Pastor Daniel emphasizes some foundational truths about proclaiming Christ through preaching. 1) The purpose of preaching is to proclaim Christ. 2) The task of preaching is to explain and apply Scripture. 3) The subject of preaching is Jesus Christ. 4) The fruit of preaching is conviction, then life change.

Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff

Related Topics: Prophecy/Revelation, Teaching the Bible

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