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1. In this video, Dr. Celucien L. Joseph, President of Hope for Today Outreach, discusses five biblical principles about social outreach.

  • Five Biblical Principles about Social Outreach: Hope for Today Outreach (The Annotated Version)

2. In this video, Dr. Joseph makes a clarion call to provide school supplies for the underprivileged students and families in Haiti.

3. Welcome Video Presentation: Dr. Celucien L. Joseph, President of Hope for Today Outreach, introduces Hope for Today Outreach (HTO)

4. In this video, Dr. Joseph introduces his new book, “God Loves Haiti.”

5. Dr. Joseph’s Teaching Series on Paul’s Letter to the Romans

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In these 7 part series on the Letter of Paul to the Romans, Dr. Joseph provides insightful verse by verse exposition covering the entire book of Romans, chapters 1-16. In Part 1, Dr. Joseph provides detailed introductory notes to and articulates the major themes of Romans. In Part 2, he studies Romans 1: 18-32 to investigate the unrighteousness of Gentiles, and Romans 2:1-3:8 to reveal the unrighteousness of Jews. Part 3 provides a careful reading and exegetical analysis of Romans 3:21-26. It also explores the Old Testament background of the concept of “righteousness,” and its various connotations in order to help us understand Paul’s thesis that God demonstrates his righteousness through the atoning and substitutionary work of Christ; Christ’s atoning work provides redemptive salvation to all who would believe in Jesus and place their trust in Him. Part 4 examines the theme of the Justification of Abraham and the blessing of the Ungodly, as articulated in Romans 4:1-8. Part 5 stresses the notion of assurance as a result of justification by faith, as observed in Romans 5:1-8:39. Part 6 explores the theme of the righteousness of God for Israel and Gentiles, as discussed in Romans 9:1:11:36. Finally, in Part 7, Dr. Joseph highlights the substantial effects of God’s righteousness in daily Christian living, as covered in Romans 12:1-15:13. He concludes his teaching series on Romans with a reflection on the final chapter of the book: Romans 16.

In Part 4 of the series, Dr. Joseph examines the theme of the Justification of Abraham and the blessing of the Ungodly, as articulated in Romans 4:1-8. Listen to and watch Dr. Joseph’s careful exposition on Romans 4: 1-8:.

If you would like to listen to Dr. Joseph’s entire teaching series on the Letter of Paul to the Romans, visit our “HTO store” for more information. We pray the Lord will richly bless you and grow you spiritually as you listen carefully to these messages.

6. Dr. Joseph’s Teaching Series on the Gospel of John

Behold the Lamb of God! Studies on the Gospel of John by Dr. Joseph (Parts 1 & 2)

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In Parts 1 & 2 on his studies on the Gospel of John, Dr. Joseph provides detailed introductory notes  regarding the issue of authorship, structure,  and literary composition of the Fourth Gospel. He explains the major theological themes and issues in the book, recent scholarship, and John’s relationship to the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, & Luke)

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In Part 1 of the series, Dr. Joseph  provides detailed introductory notes  regarding the issue of authorship, structure,  and literary composition of the Fourth Gospel.

If you would like to listen to Dr. Joseph’s two-part teaching series on the Gospel of John, click on the “HTO store” tab for more information. We pray the Lord will richly bless you and grow you spiritually as you listen carefully to these messages.

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7. Christ the Wisdom and Power of God: 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 (2 Part Series) by Dr. Joseph

CorinthiansChrist the Wisdom and Power of God is a 2 Part Teaching Series on 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 by Dr. Celucien L. Joseph. In Part 1 of the two-Part Series on 1 Corinthians 1:18-25, Dr. Joseph carefully studies Paul’s identification of Christ as the Wisdom and Power of God in 1 Corinthians 1:18-25. He insists that Paul’s Wisdom Christology invites us to reconsider the apostle’s (religious) Jewish religious heritage. That is, in the concept of Old Testament line and later Judaism, the precursors that shaped his theological thought. Hence, the appropriateness of the wisdom language needs to be evaluated in light of its Semitic value instead, which influenced Paul. By consequence, Dr. Joseph presupposes a Jewish background and maintains that the Apostle Paul would be most like allude to the Old Testament Scripture in connecting Jesus the Messiah as Wisdom of God. To attain this goal, considerations are given to the general usage fo the term, “wisdom” in its own context including its various applications in Hellenistic Judaism, the OT origins of the Wisdom Tradition and Wisdom material in Pauline Tradition.

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In Part 2, Dr. Joseph carefully examines the literary and historical contexts of the passage. He states that Christ the Wisdom of God is a Pauline formula, personifying Christ as a hypostasis of a divine attribute. More expressly, the phrase Christ “the wisdom of God (1 Cor 1:24) and Christ the wisdom from God” (1 Cor 1:30) embrace God’s plan of salvation in history in Christ, as its Agent connote Christ as the embodiment of God’s Wisdom. Dr. Joseph provides a verse by verse exposition of 1 Corinthians 1:18-25.

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If you would like to listen to Dr. Joseph’s two-part teaching series on Christ the Wisdom and Power of God in 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 , click on the “HTO store” tab for more information. We pray the Lord will richly bless you and grow you spiritually as you listen carefully to these messages.

“REMEMBER THE POOR” –Galatians 2:10

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