In this episode, Eddie continues with the story of the healing of the Canaanite women who, in spite of being outside the covenants of Israel and having no promise to stand on, was able to obtain the answer to her prayer by sheer determination of faith.
In this episode, Eddie continues discussing the miracle healing of blind Bartimaeus. He points out that Bartimaeus did not claim that he was entitled to healing or that God owed him something. Instead, he cried out for "mercy," and you will be extremely blessed as you hear Eddie explain the meaning of this word.
A Prayer of Desperation. Dr. Hyatt shares powerful lessons from the healing of blind Bartimaeus. He explains the kind of desperation faith and prayer expressed by Bartimaeus that got Jesus's attention. He then shares a personal testimony of how such a prayer of desperation brought about a miracle in his own life.
In this episode, Dr. Eddie Hyatt discusses the debate in Colonial America over whether they should comply or not comply to King George and his "Intolerable Acts." He shows their amazing grasp of the God-ordained role of government expressed in their founding documents.
In this episode, Dr. Eddie Hyatt discusses the words of Jesus to the Roman governor and show how this applies to the Church today and why the Church must understand how the kingdom of God is fundamentally different from the political kingdoms of this world.
In this episode, Dr. Eddie Hyatt discusses the profound words of Jesus in answer to a "gotcha" question, "Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar's ' and to God the things that are God's. He shows why those present "marveled" at His answer and how it is relevant to the Christian today.