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A Primer on Joshua

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Joshua is one of the most pivotal books of the Old Testament in terms of its historical narrative. Exodus gets a huge amount of attention, but the exodus of the Israelites only matters if they end up in the promised land. In many ways, Joshua is the hinge that holds the first five books of the Old Testament to the following 33....

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A Kingdom Perspective on Prayer Requests

A Kingdom Perspective on Prayer Requests

We’ve all been guilty of it: Treating God like a slot machine or a genie. We turn to him only in order to determine what we can get from him......

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Decoding the Prophets

Decoding the Prophets - 11-6-18

The prophets were sent to prosecute the Israelites for the way they carried out their covenant with God. Sometimes they came to proclaim blessings (based on Deut. 28:1-14 and Lev. 26:1-13) and Israel (or Judah) would receive favor from God usually either in the realm of nature or war. Often, though, the prophets came to proclaim curses (based on Deut. 4:25-28; 28:15-68; 29...

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An Easier Way to Read Revelation

Jim Davis - An Easier Way to Read Revelation - 10-22-18

Revelation isn’t meant to be read as one chronological set of events, but one set of events repeated seven times. Imagine watching the final play of a football game seven times from seven different camera angles....

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DIY Religion - What is it and Why it Doesn't Work

DIY Religion

Yesterdays professors are today’s ideas without genealogies....

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The Poison of Discontentment

Joe Torres - The Poison of Discontentment - 10-22-18

Fight the fight against discontentment. Cling to Christ as your all-surpassing treasure. Partner with his people as they live a pilgrim life in this broken and dissatisfied world....

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My Empty Shelf

Kelly Simpson - My Empty Shelf - 10-22-18

I long for margins in the midst of expectations and for breathing room to be able to enjoy where I am. My empty shelf will help with that. I won’t fill my life, time, and schedule to capacity. I will leave space for the unexpected and delightful....

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