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Bible-based and relevant Bible teaching, with an emphasis on both the Spirit and The Word.

Bible-based and relevant Bible teaching, with an emphasis on both the Spirit and The Word.


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Bible-based and relevant Bible teaching, with an emphasis on both the Spirit and The Word.






Lessons from the life of two Kings (1/2)

The Bible is full stories of different people, and God has put these stories in the Bible in order to teach us from the lives of these people. This is the first of two sessions where Ronald is taking a look at Saul and David. Both of them had a call of God on their life and both of them were anointed for the call God had given them — yet one failed and one succeeded. In this lesson, we start to look at why one failed and the other succeeded.


Lessons from the life of two Kings (2/2)

There are important life lessons to be learned from studying the lives of Saul and David. One failed, and one succeeded, and the reason for how their life ended is found in three crucial areas where their life was different. In this lesson, we take a look at these three areas.


The Lord your healer (1/2)

Within Christianity, there are many different views on the issue of divine healing. But unfortunately, these views are often based more on our experiences than on the Word of God. In this two-part teaching, Ronald Gabrielsen is showing from scripture that God is a God who wants to heal. He also addresses some of the attitudes towards healing that are causing more doubt than faith.


The Lord your healer (2/2)

Jesus came to show us the Father, and if we want to find out what God's view on healing is, we can just look at Jesus — because Hebrews 1:3 says that he is the exact representation of his being. In this second part of this series, Ronald also shows what Pauls's thorn in the flesh was.


Understanding grace (2/2)

They say a good recipe for heresy is to make part of the truth the whole truth, and some are in danger of doing this when it comes to grace.


Understanding grace (1/2)

They say a good recipe for heresy is to make part of the truth the whole truth, and some are in danger of doing this when it comes to grace.


Baptism in the Holy Spirit (1/2)

There are two important baptism for believers — water baptism and the baptism in the Holy Spirit. The water baptism separates us from the old life and the baptism in the Holy Spirit empowers us to live the new life.


Baptism in the Holy Spirit (2/2)

The birth of the church started with a baptism in the Holy Spirit, which shows us that the baptism in the Holy Spirit is not a minor theological issue. All believers have the Holy Spirit, but still we see in the Bible that there is a second experience of empowerment available for all believers.


Baptism in water (2/2)

Baptism is important for all believers and the Bible states clearly what the requirements for baptism is. From the the requirements we also see WHEN a person should be baptized. Many treat baptism as a voluntary thing, but the Bible is also clear that it is vital step in receiving Jesus as Lord.


Baptism in water (1/2)

Why do believers need to be baptized in water? What are the requirements for someone who wants to get baptized? And is it important to get baptized with full immersion? These are questions Ronald is answering in this session.


Faith towards God (2/2)

What is faith? For many it is an abstract belif, but the Bible talks about faith as something substantial. It's an assurance that only comes as a result of a revelation, and this revelation is not something you can attain by study — it needs to be given by the Father.


Faith towards God (1/2)

Paul says "... we have access by faith into this grace ..." (Rom 5:2). So, the key that gives us access to the grace and mercy of God is our faith in Jesus Christ. This is why faith is so essential to our Christian life, but what is faith? This is what Ronald is teaching about in this session.


Repentance from dead works

Repentance is essential for the Christian faith, but repentance is not a one time event. It's a daily turning away from sin, and the lust of the flesh to rather following the Spirit. The epistle to the Hebrews also specify repentance as "repentance from dead works" and this is an important point. Just as the Jews had rituals they did "to please God", many Christians also have things they do "to please God". But our relationship with God is not based on our works, but what Jesus have already...


The power of a right identity

What image comes to your mind when you are asked: "Who are you?". Many are not aware of it, but how we view ourselves will have a massive impact on our lives and spiritual growth. Israel people failed to enter the promised land — not because God did not want to give it to them, but because they had a "grasshopper-mentality." In the same way, there can be blessings God has for you that you will miss if you don't learn the power of having the right identity.


How do people get deceived?

How do people get deceived, and how real is the danger of deception for ordinary believers? These are questions Ronald Gabrielsen addresses in this teaching session.


Spiritual Fruitfulness

God created us to be fruitful, but He did not want our fruit to be a result of our effort. Fruits on a fruit tree is a result of the life inside of the tree. In the same way God placed His Spirit inside of us, because He wanted the fruits in our life to be a result of His life inside of us. In other words, we are not suppose to manufacture the spiritual fruits in our life — they will automatically come, if we make sure to stay connected.


God revealed as fire (2/2)

In the Old Testament the fire of God kept people on a distance from God, but as we enter the New Testament we see John saying that Jesus would baptise in the Holy Spirit and fire. As the God revealed his glory to Moses in the burning bush, God now wants us to be the "burning bushes".


God revealed as fire (1/2)

Why does God use the imagery of fire to present Himself several places in the Bible? And what does this teach us about Him?


Jesus' message for the church today (part 1)

Jesus has a message for the church today and it is found in one of the Bibles prophetic books.


How to let Word of God bear fruit in our lives

In Mark 4, Jesus is sharing a vital parable that Jesus says is a foundation for understanding the other parables. The parable's truth shows us how we can prepare our hearts so that when the Word of God is sown, it will produce the intended fruits.