• What Loving God Looks Like Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 12

    From God’s first directives to the Israelites to the teaching of Jesus Christ, Scripture reveals that worship is the primary way we love God. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey studies Israel’s fundamental calling to be worshipers of the one true God through studying the commands and warnings in Deuteronomy and focusing on Jesus’ teaching and the proper attitude toward worship. View Resource

  • Laws about Loving God Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 10-11

    The third section of the pyramid-like structure of Deuteronomy is laws about loving God. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explores how God’s laws are for the benefit and blessing of His people and how loving God applies to life in the church by tying together themes of keeping God’s Word on our hearts, being careful, and remembering what God has done for us. View Resource

  • Called to Believe & Obey Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 8-10

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey examines the warnings to the nation of Israel in Deuteronomy 8–10, demonstrating the strong ties between the message of the Old Testament and that of the New Testament, and how those are applied in the church. Building on previous lectures, Dr. Godfrey will continue to explore themes of leadership, idolatry, and blessing. View Resource

  • Blessed above All Peoples Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 6-7

    Deuteronomy 6–7 delivers warnings to the Israelites as individuals and as families. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey will examine the warnings contained in this section and how to apply them. Dr. Godfrey will explain the reasoning and the heart behind these warnings, which are not to punish or restrict us but are a part of God’s blessing to us. View Resource

  • The God of Deuteronomy Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 4-5

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey transitions from the history of Deuteronomy 4 to the warnings of Deuteronomy 5–10:11 by focusing on God’s commands to avoid idolatry and to keep the Sabbath. Dr. Godfrey explains the reasons behind these commands, what they meant for the Israelites, and how they apply to the church. View Resource

  • The History of Deuteronomy Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 1-4

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explains the first step of the pyramid structure of Deuteronomy, which is about history. In examining Deuteronomy 1–4, he focuses on the central idea of idolatry, and how that was a problem for the Israelites and for all of God’s people who would follow them. View Resource

  • The Author of Deuteronomy Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 1:1-9

    An accurate knowledge of the life of Moses is crucial to understanding and appreciating the meaning and purpose of Deuteronomy. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explores the person behind Deuteronomy, examines the setting of the Israelites as they were on the verge of entering the promised land, and shows how the lessons the Israelites learned apply to Christians today. View Resource

  • The Shape of Deuteronomy Media Resource by

    John 1:14-17

    The book of Deuteronomy, though often overlooked, is important for Christians today. In its own right, it contains the law and the history of God’s people. In light of the New Testament, it provides continuity from the law of Moses to its fulfillment through Jesus. Closely examining the structure of Deuteronomy will help the meaning become clearer and more relevant. View Resource

  • Come, Lord Jesus Media Resource by

    Revelation 22

    As we approach the end of our survey of the book of Revelation, we will reflect on major themes of John’s conclusion to this book and major themes of Revelation as a whole. Dr. Godfrey powerfully paraphrases this book’s final message to its readers: “God is more glorious than you think. Life is not what you see. Life is not even what you think. It’s always better. God is more glorious. Sin is more serious. Evil is more powerful, suffering is greater, time is shorter, and Jesus is stronger.” View Resource

  • The Final Judgment Media Resource by

    Revelation 20:3-21:3

    After describing the fall of Babylon, the defeat of the beast, and the chaining of the dragon, John at last turns his attention to the eternal destruction that awaits the dragon in the lake of fire. Not only will God pass judgment on the dragon, but He will also resurrect every person who has ever lived to give an account for their actions. To those whose names appear in the Book of Life He promises an eternity of new life in a new heaven and new earth. View Resource

  • The New Jerusalem Media Resource by

    Revelation 21:4-27

    After describing Christ’s ultimate victory over the dragon, the beast, and rebellious humanity, John turns his attention to the glorious future that awaits all those whose names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. As we survey the final chapters of Revelation, we encounter lofty descriptions and otherworldly imagery that our finite minds can barely fathom. Though John tells us many things that we cannot yet understand, he nevertheless offers us the clear and beautiful hope of a day that is quickly coming when God will dwell with us and we will be His people. View Resource

  • Questions Answered Media Resource by

    Revelation 1-22

    Even though the basic message of Revelation is simple enough for any Christian to understand, a lifetime is still not long enough to learn everything that this book has to offer. In this final lesson, Dr. Godfrey turns his attention to common questions that arise from studying this book. Whether all your questions are answered or not, his hope is that you have been richly blessed through this study of Revelation and that you will continue to be blessed as you seek to know Christ and to make Him known to others. View Resource

  • The Mark & the Call to Endure Media Resource by

    Revelation 13:18-14:13

    No matter how fiercely Satan may attempt to subdue God’s people, his efforts will end in failure. This principle is powerfully seen at the end of Revelation’s fourth cycle, with its description of the mark of the beast and the final victory of God’s people. As the focus of John’s visions begins to shift from the church’s perseverance to the judgment that awaits the wicked, the pastoral thrust of John’s message remains the same: repent and persevere. View Resource

  • Plagues, Armageddon, & the Wrath of God Media Resource by

    Revelation 16:10-21

    As we approach the final cycle of Revelation, John recapitulates major themes of this book with increasing clarity and intensity. In this lesson, which completes the sixth cycle, we find that the wicked persist in their wickedness, the righteous are called to be always alert and ready, and all heavenly and earthly powers will one day bow before the triumphant Lamb. View Resource

  • The Splendor & Fall of Babylon the Great Media Resource by

    Revelation 17:1-18:8

    Revelation’s seventh cycle begins with a vivid and detailed description of Babylon. Appearing as a prostitute who has seduced many nations and peoples, Babylon exudes arrogance, indulgence, and self-glorification. However exalted and unconquerable she may appear, the angels announce that her doom is certain. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey will examine John’s account of Babylon the great, noting the warning, hope, and encouragement that this narrative offers to God’s people. View Resource