(for individual viewing on your personal computer) featuring J.D. Greear. All 8 of these video sessions are available to purchase as individual, downloadable sessions. This 8-session Bible study leads group members to understand how to let the gospel work in their hearts the way religion never has … or could.
These video sessions are most effective when used with
Gospel Bible study book. Download any one or more of these sessions for personal use or for times you can’t be at the group Bible study sessions.
Session 1: Gospel Change [23:38]
In this session J.D. Greear teaches us about the two kinds of change: religious change and gospel change. God is not just after obedience; He’s after a new kind of obedience. Gospel change is the source of that obedience.
Session 2: Gospel Discovery [22:13]
J.D. Greear teaches that as we become more captivated and more in awe of God, we discover the power of the gospel. Our behavior changes naturally as we not only believe but become the gospel.
Session 3: Gospel Acceptance [16:46]
J.D. Greear teaches part one of the Gospel Prayer: In Christ, there is nothing I can do that would make You love me more, and nothing I have done that makes You love me less.
Session 4: Gospel Approval [20:04]
J.D. Greear teaches part two of the Gospel Prayer: Your presence and approval are all I need for everlasting joy.
Session 5: Gospel Response [18:48]
J.D. Greear teaches part three of the Gospel Prayer: As You have been to me, so I will be to others.
Session 6: Gospel Faith [19:15]
J.D. Greear teaches part four of the Gospel Prayer: As I pray, I’ll measure Your compassion by the cross and Your power by the resurrection.
Session 7: Substitute Gospels [16:29]
J.D. Greear reminds us that we often highlight some “good thing” at the expense of the gospel. We’ve taught error by emphasizing what we are to do for God more than what He has done for us.
Session 8: Gospel Depth [7:43]
In this final session, J.D. Greear reiterates that Christian growth is never going beyond the gospel but going deeper into the gospel. As you continue to see more of the glory of God through the cross, you will continue to change and grow into Christlikeness.