Jesus: The Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever
Eric Lyons • Hebrews 13:8
In the book of Hebrews, the writer has given us a gold mine of motivation to lift up and serve Jesus as the Son of God. Yes, Jesus reigns supreme, and among other things, His unwavering, unchangeable nature and message are to be loved and lauded.
Was Jesus Offensive?
Jesus’ initial reaction to a Canaanite woman who cried out for mercy in Matthew 15 baffles many people. How could the all-loving Son of God respond to such a distressed mother in a seemingly callous manner? Was Jesus a mean Messiah, or is there more to this story than meets the eye?
Was Jesus a Liar?
How could Jesus say in John 5:31, “If I bear witness of Myself, My witness is NOT true,” and then say in John 8:14, “Even if I bear witness of Myself, My witness IS true.” How are these not contradictory statements? Join Eric Lyons as he explains the perfect harmony of these two very different statements.
Who Exactly Was at the Tomb of Jesus?
Two of the main problems that many cite in the four accounts of the resurrection of Jesus have to do with the identity and number of women who went to the empty tomb of Jesus, as well as who they actually found there. Join Eric Lyons as he discusses these frequently asked questions.
Are Christ and Christianity Unoriginal?
How can Christianity be “original” if stories that predate the time of Christ allude to gods who were born on December 25th, were called the Son of God, and were raised only a few days after their deaths? Join Eric Lyons as he addresses these criticisms of Jesus Christ and the religion He established 2,000 years ago.
Why Is Jesus' Resurrection Special?
Given all of the recorded resurrections in Scripture, what’s so important about Jesus’ resurrection? If others in the past have died to live again, what makes Jesus coming back from the dead so unique? Why is His resurrection more significant than any other?
A Failed Messianic Prophecy?
How could Isaiah’s suffering servant, who “opened not his mouth,” be referring to Jesus? After all, Jesus opened His mouth and spoke a number of times during his trial and crucifixion. Is Isaiah 53 a failed Messianic prophecy? Join Eric Lyons as he looks at what the Bible says, in both the Old and New Testament, concerning these specific prophecies.
Was Jesus Powerless in His Hometown?
Why could Jesus “do no mighty work” in His hometown of Nazareth? Did He lack the power that an omnipotent God would have? Is the Bible’s portrayal of Jesus as a mighty miracle worker contradictory? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses the often questioned statement in Mark 6:5.