New Testament

Each of the books listed below is a recorded study from the New Testament. Right Click the links to download and listen to the audio study of each of them as they are examined verse by verse.

Quick Reference of Studies Listed Below: Acts, I Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I Thessalonians, II Thessalonians, Philemon, I Peter, II Peter, and Jude.

Acts – The disciple of Jesus, Luke, who also wrote the book Luke, now again writes Theophilus continuing the story of how the gospel was spread throughout the world. Acts closely describes the beginning of the Church, the inclusion of gentiles in the kingdom of God, and the ministry of Peter and Paul. The individual who wants to know what to do to be saved is given many examples in this book. (Recording of this is now in progress) Right Click to Download: Acts 1 , Acts 2 , Acts 3 , Acts 4 , Acts 5 , Acts 6, Acts 7 , Acts 8 , Acts 9, Acts 10

I Corinthians – Paul addresses the Corinthians in regard to a great number of issues: The power of the Gospel, Christian living, sexual immorality, marriage, Christian liberty, authority in the Kingdom of God, the Lord’s supper, spiritual gifts, love, the resurrection of Christ, and other pertinent topics. Right Click to Download:I Corinthians Intro, I Corinthians 1:1-3, I Corinthians 1:4-9, I Corinthians 1:10-17, I Corinthians 1:18-31, I Corinthians 2, I Corinthians 3:1-9, I Corinthians 3:10-15, I Corinthians 3:16-23, I Corinthians 4, 5, I Corinthians 6, I Corinthians 7:1-17, I Corinthians 7:18-40, I Corinthians 8, I Corinthians 9, I Corinthians 10,

Galatians – Paul writes the Galatians with concern over their return to aspects of the Law of Moses. Judaising teachers had influenced the Galatians and Paul calls the Christians to Repentence. He demonstrates the superiority of Christ and establishes it is by the faith of Christ that we are saved. Right Click to Download: Galatians 1, Galatians 2, Galatians 3, Galatians 4, Galatians 5

Ephesians – Paul’s letter to the Ephesians focuses on the blessings brought in Christ. He prays that in they would grow in the Spirit. He desires them to remember the sacrifice of Christ who brought them to brought them to the household of God. It is by inspiration of the spirit which Paul receive the gospel and he encouraged the Ephesians to walk in that gospel. Of great importance, Paul describes the relationship between the Church and Christ. Right Click to Download: Ephesians Intro, Ephesians 1, Ephesians 2, Ephesians 3, Ephesians 4:1-16, Ephesians 4:17-5:2, Ephesians 5:3-21, Ephesians 5:22-33, Ephesians 6, Ephesians Final

Philippians – A book of encouragement and joy. Past, present, and future Paul focues on the positive aspects of Christianity. It is in this book he states, “I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord…” Right Click to Download: Philippians Part 1, Philippians Part 2

Colossians – Important themes such as the diety of Christ, the universal deliverance of the Gospel, and the role of Christians are shared in this book. Right Click to Download: Colossians 1:1-20, Colossians 1:21-2:23, Colossians 3:1-17, Colossians 3:18-4:18

I Thessalonians – What a fruitful visit to Thessalonica Paul had before he had to leave. Now, Paul writes expressing his longing to see the brethren there again. He speaks of their outstanding faith and reputation. He encourages them to continue in the Lord. He closes this letter speaking of the return of Christ and the behavior of the Christian. Right Click to Download: I Thessalonians Intro, I Thessalonians 1, I Thessalonians 2-3, I Thessalonians 4-5.

II Thessalonians – Shortly after Paul wrote the Thessalonians for the first time, he now rights them again. Some of them have stopped doing anything in anticipation for the immediate return of Christ. Paul sets them straight, letting them know that many things must happen before Christ returns. In the meantime, they were to continue in Godliness knowing for certain that someday, he will return. Right Click to Download: II Thessalonians 1-3

Philemon – Paul’s letter to a strong Christian brother in regard to a man who was once that man’s worthless slave. Now the man has become a solid brother and Paul returns him home and encourages him to be welcome, though he desires him to be sent back. Right Click to Download: Philemon

I Peter– Peter’s first letter to the Christians scattered abroad. He encourages them to adhere to the Word and follow the Christian essentials they knew. He encourage them by giving examples of righteous men delivered from persecutions. He tells them to continually look for the return of Christ. Right Click to Download: I Peter 1, I Peter 2, I Peter3, I Peter 4, I Peter 5.

II Peter – This follow up letter to the Christians continues to encourage them to walk like Christ. It warns them of false teachers who would try to derail them. However, they were not to fall for such persecution. They were to understand that false teachers would be punished. They were to know that someday they would would be destroyed, but it was the righteous who would triumph. Right Click to Download: II Peter 1, II Peter 2, II Peter3.

Jude – An exhortation to Christians to constantly strive to stay in the Word. There is no “special knowledge” for salvation outside of the Word. Right Click to Download: Jude

I hope these New Testament Lessons have been helpful to you.