Looking to the Cross of Jesus to be Transformed.

Join our Shepherd, Dean Wolf, as he guides us into a Bible study of the people who were transformed because they knew Jesus. Lord willing, our study will begin on Sunday, April 3 and continue through Easter Sunday, April 17.

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Transformed: The Spirit

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2 Corinthians 3:5-18 (NLT)

So far, Dean has focused upon how Jesus transformed the great men of faith: the apostles Peter and Paul.   This Easter Sunday, Dean will conclude this series to bring home for us God’s plan to transform all who gaze upon His Son with humble, obedient faith. 

As Paul says in 2 Corinthians 3:18, “And the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us more and more like him as we are changed into his glorious image.”

Transformed: Paul

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Romans 12:1-10 (NLT)

Wherever Jesus went, people had to make decisions about Him.  Refusing to believe in His divine nature, most people presumed him to be an everyday human.  So, as a regular person, they concluded that He was a liar, making stuff up to deceive His followers.  Others thought He was a lunatic who saw Himself as a legend in His own mind.  However, for those who believed in Jesus as fully divine and fully Human they could not remain the same; they became transformed.

The Apostle Paul was one of those who was not only transformed himself by an encounter with Jesus; but, he taught others that they, too, could be transformed.  This principle is true today, as well.  Whomever comes to know Jesus cannot remain the same as they were; they begin the process of transformation into His image.

Transformed: Peter

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Dean Wolf – Transformed: Peter

Jesus transforms people into His image when they couple their faith in Him with obedience.  This is a process of growth and maturation as can be seen by men like Peter and Paul who changed over time as they walked with Christ with the aid of the Holy Spirit.  Their transformation was a process that began with Jesus’ promise of eternal life. 

Dean Wolf will be leading us through this study over the next few weeks, concluding on Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022. This lesson focuses upon Peter. The next lesson will look at the life of the apostle Paul.