Here is a comprehensive audio series studying the “Kingdom of God” and all the aspects of what it entails for the Christian today. There are 27 lessons in the series that was taught in 1981-82 and recorded on cassette tapes which have been coverted to digital format for your learning. Much confusion has resulted from the lack of biblical understanding about “Kingdoms” in scripture because they don’t understand the different attributes of each “Kingdom” mentioned in scripture. Listen to this series to gain a greater understanding of the Kingdom of God to help your grow more mature in your Christian walk.
Clifford McLain took everyone through a chapter by chapter study of 1 Corinthians back in 1981 and those lessons have been made available for Right Division. In this series there are 17 lessons that were given each Sunday from January 11, 1981 to May 31, 1981.
The curse and the promise of a savior (Genesis 3:14-24) shows that the message is clear in that Adam and Eve could not stand (consist) apart from Christ. “So He (God) drove out the man” (Genesis 3:14-24). The promise of the savior through the seed of the woman begins a unique battle that will be waged by Satan to destroy the savior. It begins with Cain who slew Able (Genesis 4:1-12). From there, God brought forth the next righteous line through Seth. Satan then tried to contaminate mankind with Angelic cohabitation with humans thereby tainting all of mankind except for Noah and his family. Consequently, God brought forth the flood and saved the only family left that Satan had not corrupted. After the flood, the battle continues all the way until Christ was born and grew to fulfill His ministry. The seed of the woman promised to Eve did provide the savior but it wasn’t until 4000 years later that this prophecy was fulfilled.
Here is an audio series that Dr. McLain presented at Northside Bible Church from January 13 through September 28, 1980 on The Acts of the Apostles. This chapter by chapter study covers 36 lessons on Acts which is crucial to your understanding of right division. This study was given prior to Dr. McLain publishing the book "Rethinking the Acts" in 1984. Acts is such a crucial book to understand the transition of God's plan of salvation from the Jew to the Gentile.
These lessons were taught by Dr. McLain on various occasions during his ministry. We all wonder about what happens when we die. Some people believe in soul sleep, others have a vague impression of what heaven is like, others reject hell as a real place, however, we as Mystery believers have a much more wonderful prospect... we shall be made manifest with Him in glory. This study teaches what happens upon physical death so we may take comfort in what happes next.
This seminar covers the very last prophecy given to Israel in the Old Testament--a significant fact in itself. Christians today are looking for the so-called "rapture" and the return of the Lord, and for us to "meet Him in the air." In this step-by-step study, we discover that not only is this not possible today, it doesn't even affect Christians. This is a promise to those Jews in Jerusalem at the time of the awful destruction, and gathers His people to safety before the terrible holocaust. This seminar is a wonderful journey through the scriptures starting with the very beginning prophecy to the very end--rightly dividing the Word to better understand the calling of Christians today and our own "great hope." The prominent scripture is found in Malachi 4:5-6 KJV: "5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord: 6 And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse."
This study was given by Dr. McLain in his Friday Night Bible Study sometime in 1971--the exact date is unknown. This study involves some Bible aerobics so it's advisable to keep your Bible open and ready. He gives scriptural proof that Christ Jesus is both the written and incarnate Word with proof texts from both the old and new testaments. Although the tapes are very old and the recordings are not the finest, the voice is very clear and the message very audible.