1. Sovereign Election, Israel & Eschatology (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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    http://www.gty.org/video/conferences/CONF-SC07-01 2007 Shepherds' Conference (Session 01) Taken from the 2007 Shepherds' Conference; ©2007 by John MacArthur. For more information, visit www.shepherdsfellowship.org.

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    • General Session 1 - John MacArthur

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      Shepherds' Conference 2013 General Session 1 John MacArthur

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      • Rick Holland entrevista a John MacArthur: Predicación Expositiva

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        Conferencia de pastores del año 2009 Grace Community Church [GTY.ORG] Rick Holland entrevista a John MacArthur “Cómo realizas la predicación expositiva” http://gty.org/ http://lumbrera.wordpress.com/ http://youtube.com/lumbrera2 http://vimeo.com/lumbrera

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        • Epic m.d. in L.A. 2010 Ligoneir West Coast Conference

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          Epic m.d. and friends travel to L.A. to attend the Ligoneir 2010 West Coast conference concerning Christless Christianity. The Speakers included John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, Michael Horton, and Peter Jones.

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          • Jesus Over All: Dominating Powers, #1a

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            Jesus Christ may have walked the earth 2,000 years ago . . . yet that doesn't mean you can't know Him in an intimate way today. http://www.gty.org/Radio

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            • Jesus Over All: The Power and Pity of Jesus, #1a

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              http://www.gty.org/Radio You, I, and everyone who's ever lived was born spiritually dead. We need new life. That in mind, what does an incident between Jesus and a religious leader ruler have to do with your salvation?

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              • Jesus Over All: Dominating Powers, #2b

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                http://www.gty.org/Radio If the miracles Jesus performed 2,000 years ago were seen today, would people believe in Him? What about the folks who saw Jesus' miracles firsthand . . . why did most people reject Him?

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                • Jesus: The Eternal Word (John 1:1-2)

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                  http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. (John 1:1--2) The concept of the Word (logos) is one imbued with meaning for both Jews and Greeks. To the Greek philosophers, the logos was the impersonal, abstract principle of reason and order in the universe. It was in some sense a creative force, and also the source of wisdom. The average Greek may not have fully understood all the nuances of meaning with which the philosophers invested the term logos. Yet even to laymen the term would have signified one of the most important principles in the universe. To the Greeks, then, John presented Jesus as the personification and embodiment of the logos. Unlike the Greek concept, however, Jesus was not an impersonal source, force, principle, or emanation. In Him, the true logos who was God became a man—a concept foreign to Greek thought. But logos was not just a Greek concept. The word of the Lord was also a significant Old Testament theme, well-known to the Jews. The word of the Lord was the expression of divine power and wisdom. By His word God introduced the Abrahamic covenant (Gen. 15:1), gave Israel the Ten Commandments (Ex. 24:3--4; Deut. 5:5; cf. Ex. 34:28; Deut. 9:10), attended the building of Solomon's temple (1 Kings 6:11--13), revealed God to Samuel (1 Sam. 3:21), pronounced judgment on the house of Eli (1 Kings 2:27), counseled Elijah (1 Kings 19:9ff.), directed Israel through God's spokesmen (cf. 1 Sam. 15:10ff.; 2 Sam. 7:4ff.; 24:11ff.; 1 Kings 16:1--4; 17:2--4., 8ff.; 18:1; 21:17--19; 2 Chron. 11:2--4), was the agent of creation...

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                  • Fruitless Branches (John 15:2, 6) John MacArthur

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                    http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit, He takes away; ... If anyone does not abide in Me, he is thrown away as a branch and dries up; and they gather them, and cast them into the fire and they are burned. (John 15:2, 6) The reference here is not, as some imagine, to true Christians losing their salvation, nor are these fruitless but genuine Christians (an impossibility). That these branches bear no fruit marks them as unbelieving, false disciples since, as noted previously, all true Christians bear fruit. Further, Jesus promised that He will not cast out any true disciples: "All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will certainly not cast out" (John 6:37). The phrase in Me in this case cannot have the Pauline connotation of believers' union with Christ; it merely describes those who outwardly attach themselves to Him (cf. Matt. 13:20--22; Rom. 9:6--8; 11:16--24; 1 John 2:19). Such people will always be present with the true church. The New Testament describes them as tares among the wheat (Matt. 13:25--30); bad fish that are thrown away (Matt. 13:48); goats condemned to eternal punishment (Matt. 25:33, 41); those left standing outside when the head of the house shuts the door (Luke 13:25--27)...

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                    • Blog Giveaway - John MacArthur's Slave bryanlopez.com

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                      bryanlopez.com, bryan lopez, john macarthur, slave, thomas nelson publishers, blog, giveaways

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