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The Covenants Part 6

The Covenants Part 5

The Covenants Part 4

Restoring The Light Part 1

Righteousness 2

Carl discusses righteousness as right standing, not just action, distinguishing grace from law teachings. He emphasizes that righteousness, a gift from God, doesn't condone sin but leads to holiness. Addressing sin's consequences, he urges believers to trust in their justified status through Christ for holiness.

The Covenants Part 3

Carl underscores that believers are free from the law and should rely on faith, not legalistic traditions. They emphasize the importance of accepting Christ's atonement and expressing faith through love to inherit God's promises.

The Covenants Part 2

Carl emphasizes the ongoing Mosaic covenant for Jews, unless they accept the new covenant in Christ. They discuss the difference between Jewish and Gentile laws, with the new covenant bringing blessings through obedience. The teaching underscores God's unchanging moral standards and previews the upcoming discussion on the Passover feast and the new covenant.

The Covenants Part 1

Carl compares old and new covenants, focusing on Mount Sinai during the Exodus. They highlight its temporary nature for Jews, emphasize context, and mention the upcoming session on law division and the new covenant.

Federal Authority Part 2

Carl emphasizes the need for questioning and scriptural foundation in teachings, touches on universalism, eternal security, and clarifies believers' new nature in Christ. He explains the nullification of the law through Christ's death, cautions against indulging sinful desires, and promotes teaching specific principles in shorter segments for interactive discussions. Carl invites feedback and questions for future teachings, mentioning the growth of the audience. He concludes by inviting questions for a potential part three on Federal authority.

Federal Authority

In this teaching, Carl explores how Jesus fulfilled redemption as a bond servant and true ransom, highlighting the role of Simon of Cyrene and its connection to Jewish law and atonement. The talk concludes by emphasizing how Jesus redeemed believers from the law's curse, reconciling humanity to God, with a promise of further exploration on this topic.


Carl teaches about righteousness in Christian doctrine, emphasizing faith in Jesus for right standing with God. Confession and standing firm in righteousness are crucial to dispel insecurity. Memorizing a scripture on sin and righteousness is encouraged.

Redemption Part 7

In this teaching, Carl talks about the significance of the names Yeshua and Barabas in the biblical story and their importance in understanding the biblical context. The crucifixion of Jesus during the Passover feast and the presence of three crosses that day are also mentioned. The speaker emphasizes Jesus' sacrifice, Pilate's involvement, and discusses the concepts of suffering, punishment, and redemption.

Redemption Part 6

Carl explores the significance of the names Yeshua and Barabas, Jesus' crucifixion during Passover with three crosses, and the themes of sacrifice, Pilate's role, and redemption.

Redemption Part 5

In Redemption Part 5, Carl explores Jesus' redemption in the garden, emphasizing His willingness to be a bond servant and aligning thoughts with God's word. He also discusses the choice between sin and redemption, highlighting Jesus' role in redeeming kings. The theme of redemption in kingship and priesthood, including priestly anointing and Adam's role in the garden, is explored.

Redemption Part 4

Carl discusses redemption, connecting it to Adam's loss and Jesus' role in redeeming humanity. They emphasize the significance of blood and the ultimate goal of Jesus' return and His kingdom, which brings restoration, glory, and freedom.

Redemption Part 3

Carl discusses redemption through Jesus' shedding of blood, focusing on Gethsemane's significance, divine exchange, communion, and God's grace. Emphasizing Jesus' profound purpose: reconciling humanity with God and establishing a covenant of grace

Redemption Part 2

Carl explores biblical redemption as a death-for-death concept, with Jesus' blood forgiving sins. Personal application of redemption is encouraged for authority restoration and overcoming suffering. Activation of redemption through faith and surrender leads to transformed lives and fulfilling God's purpose.

Redemption Part 1

Carl discusses redemption in Christianity, emphasizing God's desire to bring humanity into a right standing with Him through Jesus' sacrifice. The teaching encourages listeners to recognize their value as God sees it, shift from servant to son in Christ, and understand that redemption and forgiveness should deepen our grasp of God's passion for them, not promote sinful behavior.

Romans 7 Part 3

Carl reviews earlier sessions on Romans 7, emphasizing freedom from the law and the importance of bearing fruit through the spirit, not the law. Misinterpreting these verses can lead to misunderstanding the Christian life. The speaker encourages seeing struggles as growth opportunities, honesty about sin, and reliance on God's remedy. No condemnation exists for those in Christ, and the spirit of life frees from the law of sin and death. Upcoming sessions will delve into the spirit's role in believers.

Romans 7 Part 2

Carl discusses the role of the law in the old covenant, warning against its allure driven by self-satisfaction and sin. Believers are encouraged to accept their freedom in Christ, who fulfilled the law and established a new covenant. The law serves to recognize sin, with distinctions between types of laws. The speaker cautions against deception by law-centric teachings, as they can lead to sinful desires. In summary, the law exposes sin but doesn't bring holiness.

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