I Saw Satan Fall Like Lightning

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I Saw Satan FallI Saw Satan FallWhat did Jesus mean when he said, "I saw Satan fall like lightning" (Luke 10:18). Listen to part two of Satan in Chains to discover the biblical origin of the legend of the fall of Satan.

Speaker/Performer: 
D. T. Lancaster
Recording Date: 
01/21/2015
Teaching Series
Series Name: 
Number in Series: 
2

Satan in Chains

Michael Chains SatanMichael Chains SatanAnd I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years. (Revelation 20:1–2)

A new teaching series on the binding of Satan in the Messianic Era is underway at Beth Immanuel Plugged In midweek services. Join us on Wednesday nights in January and February for a glimpse behind the veil into the world of powerful spiritual forces and the bright future of the kingdom of heaven on earth.

Beth Immanuel Plugged In

Plugged InPlugged InJoine us for Beth Immanuel Plugged In, a new midweek service featuring new songs and worship with Troy Mitchell and Friends, a children’s program, and all-new teachings from Pastor Lancaster. If you are in Western Wisconsin or the Twin Cities area, join us on Wednesday nights for powerful praise, worship, and teaching.

The new Wednesday night service format features

The Greatest of these is Love

The sixteen-part series on the greatest commandments--the Love of God and the Love of one's neighbor--are now complete and all online at bethimmanuel.org. Listen to the audio collection titled The Greatest of these is Love to find the heart and center of Messianic teaching and the message of Yeshua.

Paul's Epistle to the Romans Part 2

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Fall Bible Study at Beth Immanuel.

All roads lead to Rome, and all Bible studies eventually lead to Romans. Join us for a two-part study of the book of Romans.  Discover how a Messianic Jewish reading of the book of Romans pulls the epistle together and makes sense of otherwise seemingly disconnected arguments. This two-part study on the book of Romans divides into two ten-week segments. The first ten weeks, covering the first half of the epistle (Romans 1-8). The second ten weeks, covering the last half of the epistle (Romans 9-16), will begin November 17, 2014. Classes meet in the library at Beth Immanuel, 828 3rd St, Hudson WI, Monday nights at 7:00 PM. (Please use the Orange Street Door.) Classes are free and open to the public.