Brian Poe

Who Do You Say I Am?: A Practical and Relevant Reflection of the Life of Christ

“Who Do You Say I Am?” is the beginning of a series of books unveiling the life of Christ for the reader. Jesus walked on the earth for a short thirty-three years, and only ministered a little more than three of that. Yet, his life and ministry has changed the face of the earth. The …

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The Invitation

There are three invitations made by Jesus that we will look at in this lesson. These invitations teach us about the love and mercy of the Lord. These invitations teach us how far and wide the lovingkindness of the Lord reaches. The invitation is for all. Listen to learn more.

Broken Hearts

Genesis 19 is a difficult chapter to know what to do with. We just have before us a big mess with Lot and his two daughters. But in this lesson, we are going to learn to look at people in a new way.

Psalm 1 – A Happy Life

We all seek to be happy. But, we all have had our fair share of looking for happiness in all the wrong places. David writes this Psalm with the intent to help people find true happiness. It is not found in the world. It is only found in God.

Sin is a Liar

Sin is a liar. This is a truth that we need to be reminded of often. There are four lies that we continually hear; four lies that many continually fall prey to. This lesson is to prepare us that we might be able to stand strong against the snare of sin.

Hindsight is 2020

Before we move forward, we must reflect on where we have been. We want to ensure that we make the best of 2021 and grow rich in the Lord. Our text will be Jeremiah 29:11.

Guarding the Treasures Part 3 – Love

This is the third and final lesson to “Guarding the Treasures.” Love is a vital part of being a Christian. We can have faith, we can even have a hope, but if we do not have love, we are nothing. Please listen to learn more.

Guarding the Treasures Part 1 – Faith

When we think of faith, our minds always go to Hebrews 11, and for obvious reasons. But in this lesson, we will take a glance at First Timothy, and we will find that our faith is a precious item, our faith is under attack, and our faith must be held as a treasure.

God, Our Fortress

David, on many occasions, called God his fortress. In this lesson we learn both that there is a need for a fortress and that there is something worth building a fortress around. We will also learn that in any situation, with God our fortress, we can learn to be still and know that he is …

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