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Genesis 43:1-44:17 - Part A

Retaliation is the natural response when you deal with difficult people. But when Joseph was placed in a powerful position, he chose a different path. Join Skip as he continues our study on the life of Joseph.

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Joseph Looks a Lot Like Jesus

Most of us have been told that we look like someone else. Joseph strongly resembles someone else: Jesus. In fact, some have counted over one hundred ways that Joseph is like Jesus. In this series by Skip Heitzig, we explore the similarities between Joseph and Jesus, leading us to ask two crucial questions. How much do we resemble Jesus Christ? Do we look like our Heavenly Father? Most of us have been told that we look like someone else. Joseph strongly resembles someone else: Jesus. In fact, some have counted over one hundred ways that Joseph is like Jesus. In this series by Skip Heitzig, we explore the similarities between Joseph and Jesus, leading us to ask two crucial questions. How much do we resemble Jesus Christ? Do we look like our Heavenly Father?

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Genesis 42 - Part C

Joseph knew that his brothers were scoundrels, but he tested them to see if they had changed. As Skip wraps up our study in Genesis 42, we see God’s purpose for all the circumstances in Joseph’s life.


Genesis 42 - Part B

When Jacob sent his sons to Egypt to buy food, they ended up standing before Joseph. In this study of Genesis 42, Skip dives into Joseph’s response to seeing his brothers as he begins sharing some lessons in forgiveness.


Genesis 42 - Part A

The story of Joseph shows how God can take all the circumstances in our lives and work them together for good—even when we can’t imagine the outcome. Join Skip as he begins our study in Genesis 42.


Is Death the Final Word? - Part B

"A grave, wherever found, reaches a short and pithy sermon to the soul." These words, penned by Nathaniel Hawthorne, are right! Cemeteries remind us of our future on this earth - the only real estate we’ll hold onto for awhile! Job was keenly aware of his own mortality but unsure about his immortality. How can mortal man penetrate beyond the grave and find assurance and peace for his own heart? He can’t without Christ!


Genesis 40-41 - Part C

When Joseph interpreted the dreams of the pharaoh, he saved the nation of Egypt from starvation. In return, Pharaoh made him the number two man in the kingdom. Join Skip as he continues to examine the life of Joseph.


Genesis 40-41 - Part B

Joseph was accused of wrongdoing, and even though he was innocent, he ended up in jail. Little did he know it was by divine appointment. As we study his life, we see that God was sovereignly fulfilling His purpose for Joseph.


Genesis 40-41 - Part A

Sudden changes can be hard to take. One day, Joseph was the favored son and the next he was sold as a slave—but he didn’t complain. In this study of Genesis 40, Skip challenges you to evaluate how you treat God when you suffer a setback.


Genesis 38:9-39:23 - Part C

Through everything that happened in Joseph’s life, the Lord was developing his faith, using pain to cause it to grow. As Skip studies Genesis 39, he shows us that Joseph continues to trust God despite the bad circumstances in his life.


Genesis 38:9-39:23 - Part B

The Bible records the failures as well as successes of its characters. As we continue to look at the life of Joseph’s brother Judah, we see that God can still use us despite our imperfections and weaknesses.


Is Death the Final Word? - Part A

"A grave, wherever found, reaches a short and pithy sermon to the soul." These words, penned by Nathaniel Hawthorne, are right! Cemeteries remind us of our future on this earth - the only real estate we’ll hold onto for awhile! Job was keenly aware of his own mortality but unsure about his immortality. How can mortal man penetrate beyond the grave and find assurance and peace for his own heart? He can’t without Christ!


Genesis 38:9-39:23 - Part A

The contrast between Joseph and his brothers is great. Joseph had integrity; his brothers were immoral. As Skip continues to study Judah’s life, he shows us how God used the most unlikely people to bring the Messiah into the world.


Genesis 37:1-38:10 - Part C

Joseph’s brothers remembered his dream, and they tried to keep it from being fulfilled. As we take a break from Joseph’s life, we get a glimpse into the life of his brother Judah.


Genesis 37:1-38:10 - Part B

Jacob loved Joseph more than all his children. Joseph’s brothers knew that and hated him for it. Join Skip today as he continues to study Genesis 37 and explore the life of Joseph.


Genesis 37:1-38:10 - Part A

Joseph received preferential treatment from his father that landed him at the bottom of a well and sold into slavery. But in this study of Genesis 37, Skip shows us how God was at work in Joseph’s life.


Genesis 37 - Part B

Have you ever been told that you look like someone else? Joseph reminds us of Jesus, and as Skip continues to explore their similarities, he challenges us with a crucial question: How much do you resemble Jesus Christ?


You Need a Middleman! - Part A

Most people think of a middleman as an unwanted and unnecessary part of a transaction. They promote, "We cut out the middleman", meaning you can save money by getting your product by buying direct and not paying a broker fee. But there are some situations that require a middleman. Salvation is one of them. What Job lacked—a mediator (one to represent him to God)—only Jesus could supply.


Genesis 37 - Part A

The character of Joseph has many similarities to Jesus Christ. As we begin this study in Genesis 37, we learn about how Joseph was Christlike—and how we can be, too.


Luke 10 - Part B

Jesus shared encouraging but challenging truths with His followers about how the world would receive them. Skip shares more about that as he wraps up our study in Luke 10.


Luke 10 - Part A

In Luke 10, we read that Jesus sent out a group of His followers to share His message of peace. As Skip begins this study, he talks about how we can make ourselves available to be used by God.


Matthew 21:33-22:22 - Part C

Romans 1:16 demonstrates God's pattern for salvation: to the Jews then to the Gentiles. Skip talks more about that as he breaks down the parable of the wedding feast found in Matthew 22.


Matthew 21:33-22:22 - Part B

Jesus alone is righteous and worthy of our praise. As Skip continues our study in Matthew 21 and 22, he points out what it means that Jesus is the cornerstone of our faith.


Are You and God OK? - Part A

"How can a man be righteous before God" Job asks! This is the age-old dilemma of all mankind. How can any person, fraught with personal failure and innate sin, make peace with God who is perfect? Does God just wink at all our sins and mistakes? Can He just arbitrarily overlook and override them? Or is there some necessary condition that must be met first? Let’s find out today how this can happen and how you can have deep and lasting peace because of it.


Matthew 21:33-22:22 - Part A

Jesus taught with complete authority, denouncing the misconceptions of the religious leaders of His day. In this study in Matthew 21, we learn about a parable of Jesus that demonstrated God's desire to save the world from sin, not just the Jews.


John 10:1-24 - Part C

Jesus isn't just our shepherd; He's our Good Shepherd. So what makes him a good shepherd? He gave His life for His sheep, and He desires to lead us to an abundant life in Him. Join Skip as he wraps up our study in John 10.


John 10:1-24 - Part B

Sheep are not the smartest animals—they're prone to wander and need guidance and protection. Skip explains how you can tune out the world to hear your Shepherd's voice as he continues our study in John 10.


John 10:1-24 - Part A

Sheep recognize the voice of their shepherd and follow him because they trust him. Scripture refers to humans as sheep and calls Jesus our Good Shepherd. As we begin a study of John 10, we learn about how we can find security in Christ.


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part C

Scripture tells us that Jesus came "to seek and to save that which was lost" Luke 19:10. As Skip shares about the parable of the hidden treasure and pearl, he points out your worth in Christ.


From Riches to Rags, Part 2 - Part B

William Sangster, a London cleric, was dying from muscular disease. When he discovered his fate, he made four resolutions that he kept: "1) I will never complain; 2) I will keep the home bright; 3) I will count my blessings; 4) I will try to turn it to gain." Although Job wanted to keep his life and home bright, there were some around him that just wouldn’t let that happen. How should people treat sufferers? And how should sufferers live through their suffering times?


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part B

After Jesus ascended into heaven, His apostles and disciples went out to share the gospel. But not all the growth for the gospel was good growth—and Jesus warned us about that. Find out more as Skip continues his study of Matthew 13.


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part A

Jesus often used parables to explain spiritual truth to His followers. In Matthew 13, He shared several parables to give a picture of what His kingdom looks like.


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