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[b] = exegetical analysis
[c] = topical doctrinal studies
What is a Mini-Series?
A Mini-Series is a small subset of lessons from a major series which covers a particular subject or book. The class numbers will be in reference to the major series rather than the mini-series.

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Hebrews (2005)
Thu, Feb 22, 2007
by Robert Dean
Passage: Hebrews 7:1-10:19
Series: Hebrews (2005)
Duration: 54 mins 3 secs
Hebrews (2005)
Thu, Aug 09, 2007
by Robert Dean
Passage: Hebrews 7:11
Series: Hebrews (2005)
Duration: 55 mins 47 secs
Hebrews (2005)
Thu, Aug 23, 2007
by Robert Dean
Passage: Hebrews 7:11-19
Series: Hebrews (2005)
Duration: 55 mins 54 secs
Hebrews (2005)
Thu, Aug 30, 2007
by Robert Dean
Passage: Hebrews 7:11-12
Series: Hebrews (2005)
Duration: 59 mins 54 secs
Hebrews (2005)
Thu, Oct 25, 2007
by Robert Dean
Passage: Hebrews 7:25
Series: Hebrews (2005)
Duration: 59 mins 6 secs
Sun, Sep 21, 2008
by Robert Dean
Passage: Psalm 23
Series: Dr. Dean One-Lesson Specials
Duration: 59 mins 29 secs
God's Care in a Crisis. This one-lesson special was taught just after Hurricane Ike in 2008.
Matthew (2013)
Sun, May 15, 2016
by Robert Dean
Passage: Matthew 21:1-10 & Psalm 118
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 44 mins 46 secs
What happened during the last week before Jesus was crucified on the cross? Listen to this lesson to gain an overview of these events and how they were prophesied and recorded in the Old Testament many years earlier. Go to one of these passages in Psalm 118. Find out why it is called a Hallel psalm and the meaning of the word hallelujah. While this psalm refers to a historical event, the New Testament applies this to God’s messianic plan of redemption. In times of difficulty in your own life, see the importance of giving public thanks for what God has done for you.
Matthew (2013)
Sun, May 22, 2016
by Robert Dean
Passage: Matthew 21:1-10 & Psalm 118:1-9
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 23 secs
What should the people of a nation do when God delivers them from severe trouble? Listen to this lesson to see how Israel gave thanks for their deliverance in Psalm 118. Find out this is a Messianic psalm that was sung by a community being led to the Temple Mount by a religious leader. Hear how the word “Jehovah” came to be invented. See the five elements of thanksgiving. Apply this to your own life by realizing that when you’re in a fix or a tight place God is going to take care of you as He has promised in His Word.
Matthew (2013)
Sun, May 29, 2016
by Robert Dean
Passage: Matthew 21:1-10 & Psalm 118:10-26
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 54 mins 2 secs
What part should history play in our lives? Listen to this message to learn that it is often through history that we can appreciate what God has done for us. See how the crowds singing Psalm 118:26 were praising what God had done for their nation. Find out that this is a type of what Christ accomplished on the cross for all of us. Learn the historical significance of the “stone that the builders rejected” and how Jesus applied it to Himself as the Messiah. Hear eight comparisons between Psalm 118 and Matthew 21. In our own lives, we need to realize that only God can resolve our personal and national problems when we trust in Him.
Matthew (2013)
Sun, Oct 02, 2016
by Robert Dean
Passage: Matthew 22:41-46
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 49 mins 2 secs
Whose Son is the Messiah? Listen to this lesson to learn about this question that Jesus asked the Pharisees. Find out the meaning of the word Christ and its relationship to the Messiah. See the proof of Jesus’ divinity expressed in Psalm 110, the most-quoted Psalm in the Old Testament. Find out the importance of reading not only the New Testament but the Old Testament in your daily Bible reading.