The Way of the Master television program — Season One. MP4 Downloads
Episode #1: The Firefighter
Be challenged by a fictitious but powerful analogy called “The Firefighter.” Join Kirk Cameron as he gives a running commentary (using hidden cameras) while Ray Comfort shares his faith with strangers.
Episode #2: The Mirror of the Ten Commandments
What was the secret to the success of preachers such as Charles Spurgeon, John Wesley, George Whitefield and others that God has used down through the ages? That is the foundational teaching for the entire series.
Episode #3: The Motive of the Sinner
The reason a sinner responds to the gospel determines whether or not he continues in his faith. This is a vital teaching. Multitudes are being inoculated to the true gospel, because of a lack of understanding when it comes to this principle.
Episode #4: The Summary of Salvation
Join Kirk and Ray for further vital teaching. This is foundational and will be built on in future episodes. The principles taught are truly life-changing and absolutely necessary, if we we want to reach this lost and dying world with the message of the gospel.
Episode #5: Practice What You Preach
You will learn to open a conversation with a stranger and how to make that difficult transition to the spiritual, as you watch Kirk and Ray role-playing typical witnessing encounters.
Episode #6: Idolatry – The Darling Sin of Humanity
In this episode you will discover why idolatry is the deadliest of all sins. You’ll learn how to make judgment “reasonable.” And you’ll learn the legitimate place of fear when it comes to presenting the gospel.
Episode #7: Atheism
Never again do you need to be intimidated by an atheist. Learn how to prove God’s existence and effectively witness to these so-called “intellectuals”.
Episode #8: W.D.J.D?
What did Jesus do when it came to reaching the lost? This episode will help you to remember key stepping stones to powerful Biblical principles.
Episode #9: Blasphemy, Sabbath & Parents
What do you say to someone who has just blasphemed? Do you confront him? Must a person keep the Sabbath? Is the fifth of the Ten Commandments relevant when it comes to reaching the lost?
Episode #10: Murder
How can this Commandment reveal the justice of God? Learn how to use it to reason with a sinner about the surety of a Judgment Day.
Episode #11: Adultery
How should you respond when someone says that lust is “natural”, or that pornography isn’t a sin because it doesn’t hurt anyone? See the power of this Commandment to bring the knowledge of sin.
Episode #12: Theft
Join Kirk and Ray as they show how the power of the Moral Law opens the eyes of blind sinners. Discover how sin hides in the human heart, and how it springs out through the door of temptation.
Episode #13: Lie and Covet
Learn how to use these two Commandments to show sinners their need of God’s mercy. See how using God’s holy Law to confront people about these “harmless” activities help them see sin in its true light.
“Thanks to Kirk and Ray for seeking to motivate believers to fulfill the Great Commission, and for staying true to the biblical message of repentance from sin and forgiveness in Christ.”
— John MacArthur
“Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort present a timely and gripping series giving passion to the Church and feet to the Gospel. This is truly a ‘Wake Up Call’ to every Christian to come to terms with his or her mission in this world. This is very well done and wonderfully captures both the classic approach and the contemporary draw to the Reality shows . . . [it] maintains the integrity of the message while capturing the relevance of the application.”
— Ravi Zacharias
“The Way of the Master is a fresh new television program that grabs your attention from the opening scene and sustains it throughout the entire program. The interviews with people on the street are a vivid revelation of the terrible need people have for the Christ of the Gospel. I was encouraged and motivated, and you will be too.”
— David Jeremiah
“I love this television show.”
— Janet Parshall (Janet Parshall’s America)
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