Looking To Jesus


  • “Christ Is, Therefore We Are …”-(2 Corinthians 3:16-18) What Does It Really Mean To Be A CHRISTIAN? What does it mean to follow Jesus? Are we striving to follow Jesus’ example when it comes to sacrificial service? Love? Respect for the scriptures? Hating sin & loving righteousness? This lesson also examines what it means to be a Christian from the perspective of Christ’s position of authority as King of kings and Lord of lords and His priesthood. --AUDIO/AUDIOPART 2/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 1/29/2017
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (The Author & Finisher ofourfaith)- Jesus is our perfect example - He has blazed the trail - He has made the way of salvation possible. In order to be with Him for eternity we must follow Him! - (Hebrews 12:1-3) -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 11/25/2012
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (Attitude Towards The Scriptures)- Jesus is our perfect example in how we ought to view the scriptures! - (Luke 24:44-46) -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 12/2/2012
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (How To Be Meek & Lowly In Heart)- Humility & meekness are the basic building blocks for spiritual life! - Jesus is our perfect example! - (Matthew 11:28-30) -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 12/9/2012
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (Our perfect example of how to live sacrificially)- The incarnation, the humble life He lived, the giving of Himself on the cross - all of which He did for us. We must give our lives to Him who died for us! - (Matthew 20:25-38; Romans 12:1-3) -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 12/16/2012
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (Our perfect example of how to view sin & the sinner)- Our attitude towards sin determines if we will, through Christ, gain victory over it or not! - We will NOT be victorious over sin until we learn to hate it like our Lord does. We also need to remember that there is a difference between sin and the sinner! (Hebrews 1:8,9) -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 12/23/2012
  • "Looking To Jesus"- (Our perfect example of how to LOVE)- This study examines the love of Christ, and what His love motivated Him to do. If we want to follow Christ, then we must dedicate ourselves to love just as He did -MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 1/13/2013
  • “The Suffering Servant" - (Isaiah 52:13-53:12) -There is great apologetic value in Isaiah 53. Written nearly 700 years before Christ, the prophet clearly and accurately describes the suffering of God's Servant and the purpose for His suffering. But more than that, this text provides amazing theological and doctrinal statements fundamental to our salvation. God’s Servant would be rejected & despised / abused & tormented beyond words by wicked men. People still reject the REAL Jesus for the same reasons those in His day rejected Him. His suffering was for our sins - ourtransgressions - our peace and our healing.Our path to peace and healing is ONLY through the suffering Servant - Jesus Christ. -We have all sinned and all desperately need salvation - therefore we are all responsible for the suffering Jesus endured for us.—MP3/PPT/KEYNOTE/PDF- 07/03/2016


Respecting The Scriptures- (Audio / PowerPoint / MSWord)

We Are Disciples- (Audio / PowerPoint / MSWord)

Living Sacrificially- (Audio / PowerPoint / MSWord)

Loving Like Jesus- (Audio / PowerPoint / MSWord)

Having A Forgiving Disposition- (Audio / PowerPoint / MSWord)

Hating Sin Just Like Jesus- (Audio /PowerPoint)

Being Humble Like Jesus- (Audio / PowerPoint)

donmcclain@sbcglobal.net Don Mcclain 2013