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Bible Studies and Sermons on Audio by Chuck Schmidt

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Sunday, May 15, 2022

Hi Everyone!

God set aside Sunday for worship and rest; that was His design and intention for us.  Join us on the web site for lessons on God's prophesy to Daniel, the foundation of Revelation, and good lessons from our good, good God!  Have a listen if you have the time at Or, view similar teachings on the church Facebook site The Connection His Way Church.

The Bible study today was on chapter 7 of Daniel.  The first six chapters are the history of Daniel and the Jews taken captive with him, dream interpretation by Daniel, the trial be the fiery furnace, and the trail by the lion's den.  The last six chapters are about prophesy, both things that have happened since then and things foretold in Revelation.  Daniel had a dream where God showed him the rise and fall of the kingdoms of man, including the tribulation period and the Antichrist.  God switched it up for Daniel- typically someone else had the dream and he interpreted it from the Lord.  Here, he has the dream and has to ask someone in heaven for the interpretation!  For Daniel all this was troubling.   But the bottom line is that most of this prophesy has already come to pass and will come to a final conclusion....the best of which is that the 'saints win"!  This God of ours is completely victorious and His saints (that's all of us that are saved) receive the kingdom of God.  God will pour out His wrath on evil and evil people and this wrath or condemnation is not for us!


The sermon today was on Luke Chapter 10: 25-42.  Jesus is asked how to inherit eternal life by a lawyer.  Jesus asks him what he thinks about this from the law.  The lawyer answers love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.  Jesus agrees.  The lawyer then asks the second question 'who is my neighbor'?  Jesus responds with the parable about the good Samaritan.  You know the story- the priest and Levite pass by the man in need on the 'other side' of the road but the Samaritan, hated and rejected by the Jews, shows him compassion and helps the man.  This is the basis for the saying 'be a good Samaritan' and have compassion on others.  Jesus uses this parables to show us what the Jewish church at the time was not doing but it's what we should be doing all the time.  Why?  Because we have been given this great free give, grace, and because we have we need to give grace for grace.  We as believers should give mercy and grace, and have compassion on our fellow man.  We need to to have compassion as Jesus has for us.  We don't work for grace, we work because of grace, doing what God would have us do.  And regarding the story about Martha and Mary- we do need to be about being good stewards but we also need to listen to the words of Jesus.  The Christian walk is a balance between what we need to do for living and what we need to do for eternal life!



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Chuck Schmidt leads an adult Bible study on Sunday morning at a retirement home in the Red Bluff area, followed by two church services.  Since November, 2011, Chuck has been recording the messages and sending them out to friends that are interested in them.  If you would like to be added to the mailing list, contact Chuck at

These teachings are presented online on this website free of charge in the form of Streaming MP3 audio.

Thank you for visiting this website; we pray that it is a blessing to you.

Chuck Schmidt

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