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October 8th, 2011

Too Late for Repentance?

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Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement is celebrated on the 10th day of the seventh month on the Hebrew calendar. What significance does it hold for the Christian? Jeff Patton examines Isaiah’s account of Israel under siege, and who will bear the Keys of David. He then recounts the story of Esau and Jacob, and considers the question, “Who will have the benefit of the atoning sacrifice of Christ?”

October 2nd, 2011

Our Messiah

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Are you looking for a human leader to fight your battles? Many people from various religious persuasions are looking for a human leader to deliver their nation or the true believers. Is this the Messiah of scripture? Jeff Patton contrasts the biblical reality of Mashiach and Christos with worldly concepts of messiah. Is the Messiah man or God? The bible provides the answer.

October 1st, 2011

Covetousness

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Lo tachmod, you shall not covet! With God it really is the thought that counts. Jeff Patton explores the biblical instructions relating to the tenth commandment – a divine directive that deals specifically with how we use our mind. As we get ready to observe the Feast, one of God’s promises touches on this concept of covetousness and gives us great comfort as we prepare to leave our homes behind to honour God. Do you know what this promise is?

September 19th, 2011

Divine Directives: the Ninth Commandment

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Is honesty the best policy? Does God have something to say about it? And what does, “Bear false witness really mean?” Is this a legal phrase telling us how to behave in a court of law? Is it OK to lie to the “infidel” because the scripture only cites bearing false witness against a neighbour? Jeff Patton answers these questions and searches the scriptures to give us a more comprehensive understanding of the ninth commandment – one of God’s prime directives for life.

September 14th, 2011

Divine Directives: The Eighth Commandment

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LO TIGNOV! There’s more to theft than padding an expense account or jacking a car. Theft is a way of life for many people and organizations. So what does God say are the consequences of ignoring this command and the blessings for obedience? Jeff Patton reveals what the scriptures have to say and offers the antidote to that thieving heart.
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September 5th, 2011

The Seventh Commandment:Faithfulness

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Does our private behaviour impact our public life? Jeff Patton reflects on the recent fall of the former head of the International Monetary Fund and answers this question with the biblical perspective on fiduciary relationships. What are the spiritual lessons that God wants us to learn as we delve into the scriptures on the seventh of God’s “prime directives.”

September 3rd, 2011

When is it Murder? Part 2

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For many people the big right–to-life issues in our society involve the slide down the slippery slopes of abortion and euthanasia. Yet, in these matters God gives us a choice, but He also tells us what we should choose, if we are to have a relationship with Him. Jeff Patton takes a closer look at these life and death questions and asks, “Is it murder?” What does the bible say?