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  • Probing The Prophets

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    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

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    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

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    Acts 26: Paul's Apology before Agrippa—on Probing the Prophets with Rod

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    King Agrippa permitted Paul "to speak for yourself." Agrippa was, after all, "an expert in all customs and questions among Jews."


    Given such free rein, Paul constructed a compelling case: beginning from his youth as he grew into a strict Pharisee. His trial, he maintained, was "for the hope of the promise made by God to our fathers." Even though he formerly did everything he could to exterminate the name of Jesus, he dramatically altered his course at the cross-roads of his life. He saw Jesus. He changed directions.


    The rest of his life—with God's help up to that point—was nothing less or other than what Moses and the prophets promised:Messiah was to be first one raised to begin His message of light.


    These "words of sober truth" were like a laser trying to penetrate the king's heart. It didn't work But, Paul tried. Rather than appealing for his own life, he actually appealed for the life of the king and all who were with him! That is the compelling love of Paul (see 2 Cor. 5:14).


    Tune in while we examine this message and pull out key details. Paul, you see, was a preterist!

  • 01:01

    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

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    Acts 24b: Paul's Defense before Governor Felix—on Probing the Prophets with Rod

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    After that snivelling lawyer, Tertulus, finished grovelling; and after the whimpering Jews finished acting like school-yard kids throwing unfounded accusations; Governor Felix turned to Paul and offered him an opening to present his defense.


    With light-saber precision Paul cut their arguments to pieces. Fact and history always trump distorted truth and twisted evidence.


    Was Paul a "pest" (v. 5)? He came "bringing alms" to the Jews (v.17).


    Did he "stir up" the dissension in the crowds (v. 5)? They offered no evidence, whether private or public, of Paul even conversing with anyone.


    Did Paul actually try to "desecrate the temple" (v. 6)? Those who claimed such weren't even there to testify (vv. 18–19).


    Was he really a "ringleader of the sect" (v. 5)? He admitted to holding the same hope as his accusers, believing everything from Moses and the prophets (vv. 14–15).


    One thing we learn from Paul (among many things) is that inflamatory rhetoric cannot stand in the face of calmly presented facts. Unfortunately for Paul, Felix focused on the "alms" part of Paul's defense. He continued to hold Paul, hoping his companions would bail him out with some of that money.


    When they say that God works in mysterious ways; this was one of them. God protected Paul from the Jews and preserved him for Caesar by using a corrupt, bribe-seeking ruler to detain Paul in custody.


    The plot thickens. Stay tuned.

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    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

  • 01:01

    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

  • 01:01

    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

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    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com

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    Acts 23: Paul's Defense before the High Council—on Probing the Prophets with Rod

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    That poor commander! He has so far failed three times in determining why the Jews are so intent on doing murder to Paul. His assumption that Paul must be the marrauding Egyptian vanished when Paul spoke in Greek. And, Paul's defense before an angry mob failed miserably when they went nuts over one word: Gentiles (of which the commander was one).


    After rescuing Paul from their lethal longing, the commander decided to beat the truth out of him. Oops! Can't do that; he's a Roman citizen and he has not been found guilty. It would be illegal--highly so--to lay even one lash on Paul...or even to bind him for such a purpose.


    Poor commander, holding a prisoner and not knowing why! Here's a new plan. Let's take him to the high court of those same murderous Jews. Well, that's where this chapter really starts to get exciting. Paul plays his trump card--I am a Pharisee--and watches the counsel turn into a house of hatred and chaos.


    Barely keeping Paul from being torn assunder, the commander remains at a loss. But Paul continues to have opportunity to bear his testimony: Jesus is the one they all are hoping for, the Jews just won't accept it.

  • 01:01

    Probing The Prophets

    in Religion

    Join Fulfilled Radio in welcoming Probing the Prophets Broadcast with Rod McAurthur, Friday, November 1, 2012. The broadcast will air each week from 11:00 a.m. til 12 Noon.
    Rod has a passion for the study of the prophets and his expositions are excellent. We are delighted to have his perspective on Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust.
    Rob is the author of the book, "Jesus Meets Our Needs", a book of practical evidcne and person application of hte value of Jesus to man's condition.

    For more information visit FulfilledRadio.com