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In the Beginning

February 25, 2022

The Gospel of John is one of the easiest books to read, yet one of the most profound Gospels to understand. We might get the surface meaning easily enough, but to understand the deep truths, we need the Lord Jesus to be our teacher.

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Living in a World that Has Forgotten God

January 27, 2022

When the Lord taught the parable of the sower, He said the seed that fell on the rock had “fallen away.” Literally, the seed grew without a root. He likened it to the person who believes for a little while and then falls when temptation strikes. (See Luke 8:13.) People who “fall away” are called “apostates” in Scripture. They professed to believe, but then they move away from it. They no longer believe; they have departed from the faith.

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Why Study Numbers?

January 27, 2022

In Numbers we see the children of Israel leave Mount Sinai and march to Kadesh Barnea. After a big failure there, God sent them to wander in the wilderness until that generation died. These years of wandering told a saga of suffering, a trek of tragedy, and a story of straying. The lessons they had to learn are good for us to hear, too, which is why God recorded this history. Pay attention!

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A Word from Gregg Harris | February 2022

January 27, 2022

When God made His covenant with Abraham, He said, "I will bless you … so that you will be a blessing" (see Genesis 12:2). The principle certainly follows for us, too. As God blesses us, we want to bless others.

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Jesus—Human and God in Every Way

December 23, 2021

Your family tree may explain a lot about you—where you came from, who your grandfather was, and his father before him. Luke’s Gospel traces Jesus’ family through Mary’s story, back to King David, then back all the way to Adam, the first created son of God. But Adam fell from that lofty position when he sinned. Jesus Christ, the last Adam and the Son of God, came to bring mankind back into that relationship with God by believing on Him—the only way to be in fellowship with God.

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Why Study Luke?

December 23, 2021

Luke’s Gospel is a narrative of eyewitnesses—people who saw for themselves Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. He examined all the reports in close detail and wrote to give us confidence in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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The Heart of Advent

November 29, 2021

This month we’re doing something special on our social media platforms and pointing out Jesus in all four themes of advent: Hope, peace, love, and joy.

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The First Person to Worship Jesus: Elizabeth's Story

November 29, 2021

Luke was the only one who recorded the real songs of Christmas, sung by Elizabeth, Mary, Zacharias, Simeon, the angel Gabriel, and the angelic host. The events surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ was the time for people to break forth in song—beginning with one older woman who understood something of the mystery of what was happening in her womb and the womb of her young relative from Galilee named Mary.

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Who is Jesus?

October 29, 2021

Who is Jesus? This question has caused more confusion, difference of opinion, and division than any other. It has always been so.

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Why Study Leviticus?

October 29, 2021

Leviticus is the book about Hebrew worship of God. Crowding the book are instructions on sacrifice, ceremony, ritual, liturgy, washings, convocations, holy days, observances, conditions, and warnings.

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