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Fiocco, Dom

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Fiocco address the type of poetic style of Song of Songs. He reads segments from Song of Songs, and then observes that the sex is for the heterosexual, passionate, and for the married. Fiocco speaks to the unmarried in the congregation, warning them not to think that they can control their sexual desire.

Fiocco explores what true wisdom is and where we can find it, from Job. He looks at the discussion between Job and his friends. He shows that we can not discover wisdom by ourselves. He shows that wisdom can't be bought, but can only come from above. Fiocco shows that the fear of the Lord of the beginning of wisdom. Includes recording of 'May the Mind of Christ'


Fiocco explores what makes a good church and what to look for. He explores the events and outcomes of Pentecost, but stresses that what happened is descriptive, and is unlikely to happen in a contemporary church. The marks of a good church - a learning church, a fellowshipping church, a worshipping church, a joyful church, an evangelistic church.


Fiocco speaks on what to look for when looking for a new church. He stresses that Acts is a unique period in salvation history, and looks at implications of Pentecost. Fiocco challenges his audience if they are a church that a visitor would want to join, looking at the characteristics of the early church, including their structure, teaching and fellowship.


Fiocco speaks from Acts 17 on outreach.


Fiocco explores the things that people fear, and then explains how faith offers relief from the fear people have of death. Fiocco explains the evidence for the resurrection.


Opens with Bible reading. Fiocco provides background to who Saul was. He summarises Saul's conversion. Discussion of what it means to follow Christ - that this leads to repentance and giving God control. Fiocco then looks at the changed Saul as he arrives at and leaves Damascus, with close attention to the term 'brother Saul'. Fiocco reflects on the influence of Paul.


Speaker looks at Acts 17 and Paul's work at gospel proclamation. He explores the role of the Old Testament as Paul's key tool in gospeling. Speaker then looks at arrests that the believers in Thessolonica faced from Jews. Speaker explores the actions of Paul and Silas in Berea, showing that they use the same techniques as Thessalonica. He highlights that the Bereans are eager, that Paul goes to the Synagogue daily, and the number of converts. The speaker then suggests some ways that his listeners can be like the Bereans.


Fiocco speaks on Acts 27 and 28.


Fiocco explores some of the before and after experiences in the New Testament, including the healing of the paralysed man in Acts.


Fiocco explains the concept 'how does scripture interpret scripture' to consider whether things are applied from the Ancient World into our setting. Fiocco speaks on the healing of the lame man, and Peter's speech from Acts 3 and 4. He expounds the speech to show who Jesus is, and that Jesus is the only one who can offer forgiveness.


Fiocco stresses that the church is full of imperfect people. He explores being generous with the resources that God has given us, using the ancient church as a model. He explores the judgement on Ananias and Sapphira, comparing it to the book of Joshua. Fiocco givse examples of present-day hypocrites, but gives thanks that people didn't strike down people today as he did before, and that God is changing us to make us more like Jesus in this area.


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