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March 19th, 2012

Nature of God

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In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth…

Then God said, “Let there be light and there was light.”

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Nature of God

Can we know the nature of God? The scriptures give the believer  awesome insight into the mind and heart of the Lord Jesus Christ and God the Father. We can know much about their nature, their relationship, their vision, their character, and their action in history through an in-depth examination of the Bible – their Word preserved for our understanding. God has revealed, but it is our task to study to come to know and be known by our Creator and covenant partner.

For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead so they are without excuse. (Romans 1:20)

 

March 18th, 2012

The Gospel Series

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What is the Gospel of the Kingdom of God that was preached by Jesus Christ and his disciples? What is the gospel that we must believe to be saved? What is the gospel of Jesus Christ?

Discern between the true gospel and the many false gospels

A journey through the gospels to uncover the message of good news that Christ preached

What is the relationship between the Kingdom of God and the gospel preached by Christ?

The saints inherit the Kingdom of God, but who are the saints?

March 18th, 2012

Arab Springs Blossoms of Hate: Egypt Israel Relations

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On Monday March 12th, the new Islamist-dominated Egyptian parliament unanimously voted to expel Israel’s ambassador in Cairo and to stop all natural gas exports. Secondarily, the Egyptian parliamentarians resolved that Egypt would never [no longer?] be a friend, partner or ally of the “Zionist entity.”

March 18th, 2012

Walking to Freedom: Exodus Story Banner

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This is a fun and memorable Passover activity for family or youth group.
With simple materials and a lot of imagination you can recreate the excitement, the relief, and the concerns that were experienced by the people of Israel as they left their homes and lives of slavery in Egypt to journey into the unknown and desolate land beyond the river Nile.

Take a picture of your banner and send it to us!

March 18th, 2012

Passover and St. Patrick: Counting down to Passover

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What do St. Patrick’s Day, April Fools, and Passover have in common? It will surprise you!
Jeff Patton examines some of the writings of the early church fathers, the celtic church, and the scriptures to illuminate the Judeo-Christian practice of Passover and Sabbath observance and rejection of the Sunday/Easter tradition.

March 16th, 2012

Beginning of Wisdom: Fear of God

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By Jean Jantzen

Don’t think you’re on the right road, just because it’s a well-beaten path.
The inclination of 20th century societies to disregard God has resulted in social degeneration foreseen in the first chapter of Romans as a direct result of failing to fear God. “When they knew God, they glorified Him not as God…”so God gave them their pleasure in unrighteousness, certainly not as a reward, but as a curse. And what a curse it has proven to be!

A common attitude we often see around us is one of fearless defiance of God. This same attitude is also seen in children’s attitudes toward parents or authority figures. We live in a society that shows no respect, no reverence for anything and therefore no awe and no honour toward God. God reminds His people to ‘…learn to fear the LORD your God always.’ Why is fear important and a necessary thing to salvation? (Deuteronomy 14:23) More

March 13th, 2012

Rahab’s New Life: A Passover Story

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The Story of Rahab isn’t often thought of as a “Passover Story” but when we think of the events that are tied to this Holy Day season perhaps the story of entering the Promised Land is as important as the story of leaving Egypt.

This short script in two acts is especially good as a play for the pre-teen set, but could work with all ages as a reader’s theatre script, or a youth bible lesson.

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