Concordia Adult Bible Class show

Concordia Adult Bible Class

Summary: Dig deeper into God's Word with Concordia Lutheran Church in San Antonio, TX.

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 The Apprentice-The Slow…You’re Hired! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3915

You would think that the disciples would have figured out Jesus’ mission by this point in Luke’s Gospel! But they were still confused. Like the disciples, we do not have everything about Jesus figured out – even the stuff that we should have figured out. But Jesus patiently continues to teach us, calling us back to his truth.

 The Apprentice-The Arrogant…You’re Hired! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3983

Arrogance can be disastrous to human relationships. Yet, even though the disciples were often arrogant, Jesus compassionately called them to humility. Who do we know who is arrogant? Do we compassionately call them to humility? How are we arrogant? Jesus can teach us humility!

 The Apprentice-"The Fearful...You're Hired!" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3075

Our fears can distract us from our faith. This is precisely what happened to Peter when he was walking on water to meet his Lord. In the midst of our fears, Jesus persistently calls us to fix our eyes on him again and again.

 The Apprentice-"The Novice...You're Hired!" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3600

The Twelve Jesus called as disciples were nothing particularly special. In fact, the book of Acts calls the disciples “unschooled, ordinary men” (Acts 4:13). But Jesus uses common people to do extraordinary things. For he does not call disciples based on their merits or abilities, but simply because he wants to call them (cf. verse 13). Jesus can use us even though we are ordinary!

 More Than A Paycheck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3436

As we celebrate Labor Day weekend, we take some time to reflect on both the burdens and blessings of our vocations, trusting God to give us the strength and resources we need to do the jobs he has given us faithfully and well.

 Infamous 12-"The Sun Will Come Out" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3263

The book of Malachi is a story of a people deep into sin. In fact, the people in Malachi do not even often recognize how they have offended God. But for all their offenses, God offers a promise: that “the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings.” God desires to heal and save even the most wayward and recalcitrant sinners.

 Infamous 12-"Stone Cold" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3265

The people in Zechariah’s day stubbornly refused to heed the word of the Lord. He wanted them to help each other; but instead, they hurt each other. God calls us to have soft hearts not only for Him, but for others!

 Infamous 12-"To Costa Rica and Beyond" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3557

This weekend, we take some time to share stories from our trips to Costa Rica, Moore, Oklahoma, and the south side of San Antonio, rejoicing at how God's good news knows no bounds!

 Infamous 12-"Owner’s Suite" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3610

Haggai reminds us that all the earth is the Lord’s! But Haggai also promises that into the earth, the Lord will come down. He may own the earth, but even more so, He saves the earth – He saves us.

 Infamous 12-"God's Love Song" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3925

Zephaniah has a word of judgment for all the nations. His words are often harsh, but he knows that for every harsh word, God has a sweet song. Like a mother who sings over her child, God sings over His children.

 Infamous 12-"You Gotta Have Faith" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3426

One of the most common questions people have is: How were people saved in the Old Testament if Jesus had not come yet? The answer is: They were saved in the same way as people now are – by faith. Habakkuk teases this out beautifully. For the prophet explains how the righteous are made that way not by their works, but through their faith in God’s righteousness, perfectly expressed in Christ.

 Infamous 12-"This and That" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3459

The prophet Nahum brings a warning against the city of Nineveh. His message is straightforward: you cannot expect to reap wickedness and harvest righteousness. God will judge the Ninevites for their wickedness. Yet, if they repent, God will be their refuge.

 Infamous 12-"…Justice for All" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3456

On a weekend when we celebrate our nation’s independence, we remember that we desire not only liberty for all, but justice for all. God gives us the recipe for justice: to act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God. These three things can change our nation and our world.

 Infamous 12-"The Renegade Reluctant" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3672

The story of Jonah is unique. For it is not a story of a prophet teaching some wayward people, but of some wayward people teaching a prophet. The teacher Jonah becomes the student. In what areas of our lives do we need to do less teaching and more learning?

 Infamous 12-"Back At You" | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3115

Obadiah is written against Nineveh but it can serve as a warning to us all. We cannot live in sin without suffering the consequences of sin. Thus, repentance is paramount.

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