Monthly Archives: September 2014

2014 Session 32: Miracles Still Happen

In today’s session, Dr. Nunnally focuses on God’s interaction with us. Intellectually, for some believers, the prospect of a “still active” God complicates their theological understanding. How are we to understand God’s insertion of Himself into the affairs of His human family? “Is the miraculous still going on? YES!”

To read Dr. Nunnally’s article in Enrichment Journal on cessation of the miraculous, click here.

2 Corinthians 2:14-15; Jeremiah 1:5; 1 Hebrews 13:8; Acts 21:8

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2014 Session 31: God Doesn’t Change

In today’s class, Dr. Nunnally continues our introduction to Jeremiah. Today’s session focuses on the context of the prophet’s life and times, and how his witness of the Jews — taken into exile – formed the basis for his narrative in Lamentations. Jeremiah had been ordained for specific service. God told him: “before I formed you in your mother’s womb, I knew who you were going to be.” The session proceeded to a discussion of God’s intervention in time, and how the supernatural expression of His power – healing, spiritual-giftings, prophetic revelation – are still dynamic components of God’s nature. “God doesn’t change.” The session concluded with a set of references to cessation, and how many Evangelical believers had lost expectation for God’s supernatural revelation.

Jeremiah 1: 1-3; Mathew 5, 6, 7; 2 Kings 22; Amos 8:11-12; Luke 1; Isaiah 40,46; James 1:17

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Session 31: Jeremiah the Second

In today’s session, Dr. Nunnally concludes the introduction to Jeremiah, begun last week. In the review, we were reminded of the comparisons made between Jesus, Moses and Jeremiah. While Jeremiah is often called the “weeping prophet,” his prophecies were not entirely focused on Israel, but included important admonitions and revelations for other civilizations in the ancient world. Most significant of all, however, were the prophecies that influenced the boy king of Judah, Josiah (620 BCD)

2 Kings 22:8; Jeremiah 1:10,15; Matthew 16; Genesis 10; Almost 4; Joshua 14; Jeremiah 1:1; 2 Kings 22:3; Jeremiah 1:2; Exodis 19:6

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