The Lord Jesus has many times rebuked the disciples for their ‘little faith’ (Matthew 8:26; 14:31; 16:8). By contrast, there is one person to whom Jesus said, “Great is your faith”…
In the last two lessons, we looked at the meaning of Jesus’ teaching concerning the first-and-last principle. In Matthew 19:30 and 20:16, He said that “the last shall be first and the first shall be last.”…
Meeting With Christ
This website endeavours to explain the words of Jesus Christ written in the Synoptic Gospels.
The visitor has the option of listening to and/or reading a chosen lesson.
Meeting With Christ is being developed on a continual basis. We plan to add new lessons once or twice a year. About 200 lessons are being readied.
The mission of Meeting With Christ is to present the message of the Synoptic Gospels over the Internet, by explaining clearly and concisely the words of Jesus Christ.
Efforts have been undertaken to make these teachings accessible to all, so that no prior knowledge of the Bible is necessary. However, it is highly recommended that one reads the passages that are mentioned as the lesson progresses.
Each lesson, which has an average length of 30 minutes, explains the meaning of a biblical passage where the words of Jesus can be found. You will note the special care that went into the description of the exegetical reasoning. The lessons bring to listeners tools to investigate the major Christian doctrines, enabling them to develop their own theological convictions instead of being told what to believe.
The lessons have been designed to be listened to, and the presentation of the teaching reflects that intention. In order to make the content of the lessons more accessible to the listener, a transcript is also available.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Originally from Taiwan, he and his family moved to Canada when he was five years old. He was educated in Quebec City and learned both English and French. He obtained his degree in medicine in 1986 from Laval University. While in medical school, he became a Christian after being introduced to the ministry of The Navigators of Canada.
His faith in God led him to temporarily leave his medical practice to begin theological studies. From 1995 to 1998, he attended Briercrest Biblical Seminary in Saskatchewan, Canada, where he completed a master’s degree program in Christian Ministry with a specialization in counselling.
Since his return to Montreal in 1998, he has been serving the Lord in various Evangelical churches in the area.