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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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Video expand/contractDead People are Dead (Part 2) (46:20) (views: 0)

This teaching continues the presentation of biblical evidence that when a person dies, they are dead in every way and not alive in any form or any place. They are awaiting their resurrection.

Verses: Isa. 38; Ps. 6:5; 49:12-15; 13:3; John 3:13; Gen. 25:8; Josh. 24:2

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contract1 Thessalonians Series | The Need to Pursue Holiness and Love (Part 6) (46:15) (views: 3)

It is God’s will for His people to live holy lives! On the basis of Paul’s exhortations, it is clear that he wanted the Thessalonian church to continue growing in their walk of holiness by abstaining from all sexual immorality. In addition, Paul reiterates how much he has heard that they are showing love for one another. But he has a few instructions for the church so that they will more fully walk as Christ-followers and be good representatives of the faith in the eyes of unbelievers.

Verses: 1 Thess. 4:1-12

Teacher: Jeff Tyler & Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractThe Wedding Feast of the Lamb (45:33) (views: 3)

The Wedding Feast of the Lamb is not well known or well understood, but very soon after Jesus conquers the earth in the Battle of Armageddon there will be the Sheep and Goat Judgment and the Resurrection of the Righteous, and when all those people are together along with the Christians, then God will throw a huge feast. This teaching covers some background and details of the Wedding Feast.

Verses: Matt. 8:5-12; Rev. 19:6-9; Isa. 25:6; 2:1-4; 30:23-26; Zech. 8:22-23; Matt. 22:1-14

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contractDead People are Dead (Part 1) (47:29) (views: 2)

It is commonly believed that when a person dies, their soul (or spirit) goes to a good place (Heaven) or a bad place (“Hell”). This teaching shows from Scripture that when a person dies, they are dead, lifeless in every way, and will not have life again until the Rapture or a resurrection.

Verses: Job 3:11-19; 30:23; 7:21; 14:12; Ps. 6:5; 49:12, 15; Ecc. 9:4-6; John 5:28-29; 1 Cor. 15:16-18

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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play mediaWords of Wisdom | Arrogance is for the Fool (Prov. 14:16) (13:54) (views: 1)
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The wise person fears Yahweh and does not over-estimate themselves but is sensible and even-tempered, unlike the fool that is cocky and self-reliant, recklessly endangering themselves because they fail to see the need for any concern or restraint. The fool laughs in the face of evil thinking that it can’t touch them. The pretensions of their own superiority have blinded them so that they cannot recognize evil for what it is. They trust wholly in themselves, feeling secure in their knowledge and understanding and thinking they don’t need to listen to anybody else.

Illustration: Major General John Sedgwick and the battle at Spotsylvania Courthouse

Verses: Prov. 14:16; 13:13; 3:7

Teacher: Jerry Wierwille.

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Video expand/contractWhat is Love? (14:30) (views: 2)

Love is many-sided, and there is an emotional element to it. As it is expressed in the Bible, however, love shows itself by giving. This teaching provides verses and an example in the Bible of love being demonstrated by giving.

Verses: John 3:16; Eph. 5:1-2; Rom. 12:1; 1 Sam. 1:1-2, 10-11, 20-22, 24, 26-28

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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Video expand/contract1 Thessalonians Series | Timothy’s Report and Paul’s Prayer (Part 5) (51:44) (views: 2)

When Timothy returned to Paul with good news of the Thessalonians trust (faith), Paul expressed his overwhelming joy and excitement. His doubts had been assuaged and he was more desirous than ever to see them. Paul’s transitionary prayer is that he would get to see them soon so that their hearts can be established and be blameless in holiness when Christ returns. A topic he will develop further in his letter.

Verses: 1 Thess 3:6-13

Teacher: Jeff Tyler & Jerry Wierwille

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Video expand/contractReading With A Purpose (51:26) (views: 2)

When you read the Bible, you should be asking questions, looking for hidden gems and insights to answer the questions you are asking. This teaching is a small example of that. Reading the Bible is fun.

Verses: Acts 20:1-38

Teacher: Dennis Hickman

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Video expand/contract1 Thessalonians Series | Paul’s Desire to Return to Thessalonica (Part 4) (49:37) (views: 0)

Paul emphasizes his ongoing love and concern for the Thessalonian believers since his sudden separation from them and the subsequent persecution they had to endure. With deep concern over both his absence from the Thessalonians and the persecution they were experiencing, Paul sent Timothy in his place to minister to them because Paul did not want the believers to be shaken in their trust by the afflictions that they were enduring.

Verses: 1 Thess. 2:17-3:5

Teachers: Jeff Tyler and Ellen Fowler

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Video expand/contractSaul: Disobeying God (53:38) (views: 0)

Saul had the potential to be a good king and spiritual man, but he allowed his stubbornness and worldliness to dictate his life and behavior. This teaching shows why Saul was a good choice for what the people wanted at the time and how his lack of dedication to making godly choices kept him from becoming the best king he could be.

Verses: 1 Sam. 8:19-20; 9:5-6, 18-19; 1 Sam. 15

Teacher: John Schoenheit

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