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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 1300 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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play mediaWords of Wisdom | Ep 45 | Wisdom Will Guard You (Prov. 2.9-11) (15:10) (Pub: 2021-04-13)

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Wisdom is a multi-faceted reality that can be described as consisting of understanding, insight, discretion, discernment, and many other important qualities. The practical value of wisdom is that it safeguards us against making bad choices and suffering the consequences of foolish mistakes. In this way, wisdom is our protector and guardian, watching over us and helping us, if we will let wisdom come into our heart and be willing to learn what it means to be wise.

Illustration: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings’ vision for online movie streaming to avoid company failure and bankruptcy and to lead the entertainment industry into a new age.

Verses: Prov. 2:9-11

Teacher: Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractThe Last Days of Christ’s Life (1:02:20) (Pub: 2021-03-30)

This teaching covers the last days of Jesus Christ’s life. That part of Christ’s life is buried in tradition, and it is helpful to see what the Bible really says and what we can know. A large part of this teaching is showing a map of Jerusalem at the time of Christ; where he was taken from Monday afternoon when he ate the Last Supper to Wednesday morning when he was crucified. This teaching will be of interest to anyone who wants to know what happened to Christ in his last days on earth.

Verses: John 18:13, 24; Luke 22:66; 23:1-12.

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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play mediaWords of Wisdom | Ep 44 | Wisdom Comes From Yahweh (Prov. 2.6-8) (16:41) (Pub: 2021-03-29)

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The Book of Proverbs is filled with wisdom, but where does that wisdom come from? Many of the proverbs are the words of Solomon, but their origin lies with Yahweh who is the source of all wisdom. If we desire to have true wisdom in life, then we must seek Yahweh with all our heart and ask him to give us wisdom so that we can live in righteousness, integrity, and humility.

Illustration: King Solomon receiving wisdom from God to administer justice among the people of Israel

Verses: Prov. 2:6-8

Teacher: Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractPsalm 22 and Jesus’ Cry from the Cross (59:26) (Pub: 2021-03-28)

When Jesus was hanging on the cross, he cried out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Although it is commonly taught that God forsook Jesus because Jesus became sin, that is not what was happening. Jesus was not forsaken by God; Jesus was quoting the first verse of Psalm 22. By quoting that verse, Jesus was pointing people to Psalm 22, which is the clearest picture of the crucifixion in the entire Bible. This teaching covers Psalm 22 verse by verse and shows the parallels between it and the crucifixion.

Verses: Matt. 27:39, 43, 46, 47; Mark 15:34; John 8:28; 12:32-33; 19:23-24, 28; Ps. 129:3; 22:1-31.

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contract2 Thessalonians Series | The Lord’s Work in Paul’s Ministry (Part 7) (44:07) (Pub: 2021-03-25)

As a minister for the Lord, Paul encountered much opposition in his ministry. As in our modern day, the message of Christ was met with criticism and unbelief. Prayer is vital to complete the work God has called His servants to accomplish. To this end, Paul conveyed his confidence that the Lord Jesus would enable the Thessalonians to follow his instructions and continue in faithful obedience.

Verses: 2 Thess. 3:1-5

Teacher: Jeff Tyler & Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractA Simple Look at the Christian Life (33:29) (Pub: 2021-03-23)

This teaching looks at the Christian Life from the perspective of “righteous requirements, divine discipline, and holy habits.” We have the blessing and advantage of the written word of God to guide us in our day-to-day life, but we must be disciplined enough to do what the Bible says. Having holy habits such as prayer, Bible reading, giving of material blessings, and fellowship with other Christians takes some of the pressure off and a godly life becomes much easier.

Verses: John 17:1-26 Rom. 7:12-16; 1 Tim. 1:8; Rom. 1:5; 16:25-27; Gal. 5:22-23; Prov. 25:28; 2 Tim. 1:7; 1 Pet. 1:6; 2 Tim. 3:3; Heb. 10:25; Ps. 106:3; Phil. 4:9

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractThe Valley of the Shadow of Death (23:00) (Pub: 2021-03-21)

Jesus crossed the Kidron Valley four times during his last week before being crucified. This teaching gives some insight as to what Jesus Christ might have been thinking and what gave him hope during this time in his life.

Verses: John 12:1-8, 27, 28: Psalm 23, Ezekiel 37

Teacher: Dennis Hickman

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Video expand/contract2 Thessalonians Series | Stand Firm and Hold on to the Traditions (Part 6) (42:07) (Pub: 2021-03-21)

Life is filled with activities, perspectives, and values that are handed down from one generation to another. These become traditions in our countries, communities, and families. Some traditions are good, but some are not. Nevertheless, certain traditions (like the apostles’ teaching) need to be held on to firmly and not forgotten. God’s truth revealed through the apostles is a tradition we should stand firm upon and not waver regardless of what we see or hear.

Verses: 2 Thess. 2:13-17

Teacher: Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractDo You Have What You Need? (10:28) (Pub: 2021-03-19)

The Book of Judges shares example after example of God working with people and bringing them great success in situations where they don’t seem to have what they would need to get a job done. One lesson Christians need to learn is that, while it is nice to have everything we think we need to accomplish a task, often if we will just work with what we have and trust God to help, we can do what we need to do.

Verses: Judges 3:31; 4:21; 15:15.

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractBe decisive and make good choices (34:46) (Pub: 2021-03-16)

This teaching expounds 2 Kings 16:24-17:20 and draws life lessons from the record, not the least of which is the importance of being decisive and being able to make and act on good decisions even in times of great crisis when there is not a lot of time to plan and mull over the correct decision to make. It also shows how God can work in seemingly impossible situations to bring deliverance to His people, because God delivers Israel through a miracle.

Verses: 2 Kings 16:24-17:20

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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