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Hezekiah’s Healing

Praying for healing for our ourselves and others is a big part of our walk in Christ. 

The ministry of Jesus was filled with healings. 

The message of Gospel was merged with God’s concern with human bodies. 

Sunday’s message is about Hezekiah’s Healing, and how we should approach God when seriously ill.

 

 

Corinth And The Resurrection

The longest chapter in the epistles is Paul’s teaching on the Resurrection. 

The Corinthian Church had questions, and Paul addresses them in I Corinthians 15. 

This Sunday: Corinth And The Resurrection. 

 

 

 

 

  

Offensive Grace

Luke 4 records the event of Jesus speaking in His hometown congregation in Nazareth. 

His Scripture reading didn’t cause any concerns, but when He preached, He did so from an Old Testament text that was very offensive to them. 

This Sunday, Offensive Grace, a grace that seems vulgar to some. 

Jesus never returned to that congregation again.  

 

Why We Sin

This week’s message is entitled, Why We Sin

It has always troubled me that men and women who know the Scriptures well could sin in a major way. 

How could one know that much about God and be so lured by what offends God? 

This Sunday we will look at the principle reason we sin with clues from the prophets and Jesus Himself. 

 

 

 

One Final Glimpse

We conclude our We Need A Revelation series this Sunday. 

This lesson is not only about the last words of the last book of the Bible, it is about the last inspired words from God. 

What is the one thought our Father wants us to carry as He ends His story? 

One Final Glimpse offers a clue of what should be our focus.

 

 

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