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This section of the REV contains a list of all Spirit & Truth Fellowship (STF) video and audio teachings from Youtube and Podbean. There are over 1500 titles. You can browse the entire list, or you can filter the resources displayed by type or playlist. You can also search for specific words by typing into the search text box and clicking “Go” or pressing [ENTER]. For example, if you want to locate resources having to do with resurrection, you would type “resurrection” into the box and hit [ENTER].

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Video expand/contractWhat is the Glory of God? (38:30) (Pub: 2022-08-09)

Romans 3:23 says “all men have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” But what exactly is the glory of God? Historically, it has sometimes been taught that the glory of God is the divine presence itself, but the Bible describes this lustrous glory as being around God, not God Himself. This is illustrated by examples of some of the ways God has manifested His presence to His people: (1) where He is visible but not His glory, (2) where only His glory is visible, and (3) where both He and His glory are visible.

Verses: Rom. 3:23; Isa. 6:3; Gen. 18:1; Lev. 9:23; Isa. 58:8; Isa. 60:2; Ezek. 1:26-28; Rev. 4:3; Exod. 34:29-30; John 1:14; Exod. 40:34; Num. 14:14; 2 Cor. 3:7-18; Col. 1:27; Phil. 3:20-21

Teacher: Dr. Shawnee K. Vickery

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Video expand/contractCrazy People part 4 - You Who Believe (34:36) (Pub: 2022-08-07)

Yahweh had a plan. His plan was to create a perfect environment to house mankind so he could fellowship with them, love them and be their God. He asked only one thing in return: “believe me.” Ever since He set his plan in motion and Adam walked away from Him, He has been asking the question, “Where are you?” Be a “crazy person” and answer Him.

Verses: John 20:24-31; 1 Cor. 1:18-31; 2 Cor. 2:13-14; 1 Pet. 2:6-10

Teacher: Dennis Hickman

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Video expand/contractAmbassadors for Christ (15:10) (Pub: 2022-08-05)

The sharing of one’s faith with others to lead them to salvation is very important to God and Christ. Speaking to others about Jesus Christ and salvation can be challenging, but there is no better time to do it than now. This world is truly filled with danger, worry, and anxiety, but Christians can offer people the promise of a vastly better life than this one, and one that will last forever. The promises of God are so wonderful that they should be openly proclaimed to others.

Verses: 2 Corinthians 5:16-21

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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play mediaWords of Wisdom | Ep 67 | Strategy Trumps Strength (Prov. 21:22) (16:29) (Pub: 2022-08-03)

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Our world tends to prize brawn over brains, thinking that the stronger you are, the better you are. But muscle can only get you so far. Wisdom and understanding in a situation can get you much farther than brute strength alone. A sharp mind with understanding will outdo strength any day because it is not just working hard physically that yields success, but working smart as well.

Illustration: American wrestler Rulon Gardner’s shocking victory over undefeated Russian champion Alexander Karelin to claim gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games

Verses: Prov. 21:22; 16:32

Teacher: Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractThe Demon called “Samuel” (51:17) (Pub: 2022-08-02)

The Bible testifies that dead people are dead in every way and will only come to life when they are raised from the dead by God or Jesus Christ. Yet the Devil works hard to convince people that the soul is immortal, and one way he does that is by demons impersonating dead people. A good example of that is 1 Samuel 28, when a demon comes in the form of Samuel and convinced King Saul, the medium at En-dor, and even many modern Christians that Samuel was actually alive. But as this teaching shows, the “Samuel” Saul thought he was addressing was actually a demon, and the prophet Samuel was dead.

Verses: Matthew 24:23-24; 1 Samuel 28:1-20

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractCrazy People part 3 - Jesus and Legion (31:55) (Pub: 2022-07-31)

The details of the record of Jesus’ healing the “man from the tombs,” possessed by Legion, bring to mind the following: Fear is evident from several angles, but Jesus was not afraid, and neither should we be. As ministers we must strive to replace pride and arrogance with mercy and compassion, as Jesus demonstrated. Finally, walking in loving relationship with Jesus involves asking him what he would like us to do.

Verses: Mark 4:38-39; 5:1-20

Teacher: Bob Mirabito

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viewLibrary File: Appendix 9. Fool and Foolish (Spanish) (Pub: 2022-07-29)
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El Apéndice 8: “Apéndice 9. Tonto y necio” está disponible en español en Microsoft Word. Puede descargarlo haciendo clic en el enlace de abajo.

Appendix 8: “Appendix 9. Fool and Foolish” is available in Spanish in Microsoft Word. You can download it by clicking the link.

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Video expand/contractThe Qualifications of a Christian Leader (49:35) (Pub: 2022-07-26)

There is a great need for godly and knowledgeable leaders in the Body of Christ. In 1 Timothy 3, the Bible gives us a list of characteristics and one skill that leaders are to have. That list is helpful because it will reveal areas of strengths and weaknesses in the leader, and it is helpful to the congregation so that they know if the leader over them is qualified to lead or if he or she has areas that need support.

Verses: 1 Tim. 3:1-7; Jam. 3:1; Rom. 2:24; 1 Cor. 7:1

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractJohn the Baptist (1:02:43) (Pub: 2022-07-24)

One of the very important characters in the Bible is John the Baptist. This teaching explores how, though John was born into the Levitical Priesthood—a very select group of people who could only attain the status of “priest” because their father was a priest, so they were born a priest—he chose not to live that lifestyle. He gave up almost certain wealth and stability for an ascetic life in the desert and a confrontational ministry that brought him persecution and eventually death.

Verses: Isa. 39:1-7; 40:1-8; Mal. 3:1; 4:5-6; Matt. 3:1-3; 11:7-12; 17:9-13; Luke 1:5, 15-17; 3:1-17; John 1:19-23; 3:30

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractHow Can We Help? (38:07) (Pub: 2022-07-19)

As Christians we are called to do good works (Eph. 2:10). Those good works are primarily to help people in any way we can. This teaching contains examples from the Bible of some of the ways believers helped others and is an exhortation to us all to find our ministry in the Body of Christ and carry it out.

Verses: Gen 14:11-16; 1 Kings 17:8ff; 2 Kings 2:7ff; Mark 1:40; Matt. 8:5; 20:29ff; Luke 10:29ff; Eph. 2:10; Rom. 1:8-12; Acts 3:1-10; Col. 1:24; 1 Cor. 9:19ff

Teacher: Rob Woods

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