Kendall Harmon: Discipleship in 1 John [Updated]

Posted by The_Elves


For those following Dr. Harmon's series of teachings on the Epistle of 1 John, talks 8 and 9 from Christ St Paul's now available. Click on link below to see the entire series.

LATEST TALKS:

[8] BEING CONFIDENT - 1 JOHN 5:1-5

1 John Lesson 8 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[9] CONCLUSION - 1 JOHN 5:6 on

1 John Lesson 9 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.


EARLIER TALKS:

[1] INTRODUCTION TO 1 JOHN

1 John - Lesson 1 , Introduction from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo

[2] BEING CERTAIN OF YOUR FUTURE - 1 JOHN 2:1-17

1 John Lesson 2 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[3] BEING DISCERNING - 1 JOHN 2:18-29

1 John Lesson 3 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[4] BEING CHILDREN OF GOD - 1 JOHN 3:1-10

1 John Lesson 4 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo

[5] BEING ACTIVE - 1 JOHN 3:11-24

1 John Lesson 5 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[6] BEING MATURE - 1 JOHN 4:1-6

1 John Lesson 6 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[7] BEING LOVED - 1 JOHN 4:7-19

1 John Lesson 7 from Christ St Pauls on Vimeo.

[8] BEING CONFIDENT - 1 JOHN 5:1-5 is above.

[9] CONCLUSION - 1 JOHN 5:6 on is above.

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6 Comments
Posted July 23, 2012 at 11:55 am [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Sherri2 wrote:

Thanks so much for posting these lessons. There is a real need for good teaching.

July 23, 2:28 pm | [comment link]
2. Frances S Scott wrote:

Thank you for this lesson!  I have needed for so long to be taught, to be given new insights, new challenges, before I go off to teach.
Amen! to not trusting the teacher; James 3:1-2 stands at the head of every study sheet I provide for my students.  My prayer is always that my mistakes will be either so small as to make no difference or so large that one of them will notice and call me on it.  God bless you richly for providing this valuable service to all of us who seek to increase our knowledge of the Bible.

July 24, 11:11 am | [comment link]
3. art wrote:

Good choice of material, Kendall!  I’ve always been struck by the simplicity and profundity of both the opening verses and the close. Peace and joy!

July 24, 7:37 pm | [comment link]
4. Karen B. wrote:

Kendall, I’m so glad you’re making these available.  It is a GREAT addition to the blog to have these kinds of featured teachings and sermons readily available.  I really hope you will never hesitate to post more of such teachings out of modesty or fear of self-promotion.  You have a great teaching gift and I’m so glad you’re sharing these resources beyond your local parish!  “For such a time as this… “

I’m hoping to listen to the whole series.  However, it’s hard for me to listen to streaming audio / video much of the time due to poor internet connections.  Is there any way I can download these to listen to them offline?

I’m just beginning to listen to 1 John 1 tonight… and I’m getting a great kick of how many books you have open on the lectern in front of you grin  Thank you for blessing the wider church with your love of learning and teaching!

July 28, 6:49 pm | [comment link]
5. The_Elves wrote:

Karen - if you follow this link to the Christ St Paul’s Vimeo page, point to the relevant video and then rightclick selecting ‘save target as’ you should be able to download the video to your computer.

July 28, 9:49 pm | [comment link]
6. art wrote:

Many thanks elves! And of course to Kendall! May you keep being such a blessing, offering such glorious material.

July 28, 11:09 pm | [comment link]
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