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A Worshipping Church

Revelation 7 offers one of the most well-known pictures of worship in heaven. The Lord gives us this picture to encourage us about our future. But the picture also gives us a template for our worship this side of heaven.

50 MINAUG 4
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A Worshipping Church

Speaking Words of Wisdom

Paul opens 1 Corinthians with insight about his preaching. He contrasts two messages: the foolish message of the world and the wise message of God.

46 MINJUL 28
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Speaking Words of Wisdom

The Church as a Flock

In Acts 20, Paul gives a farewell speech to the leaders of the Ephesian church. In the speech, Paul uses the metaphor of the church as a flock. The metaphor indicates both the dangers and protection in the local church.

40 MINJUL 21
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The Church as a Flock

God's People

This week's passage emphasizes the church as God's people, made by Him and made for Him. We will also be reminded of the purpose of the church's existence.

27 MINJUL 14
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God's People

Be God's Holy Temple

As we continue our Define the Relationship summer series focused on who we are as the church, we look at another image: the church as God’s holy temple. God’s Word shows us not only who we are but how to live in light of who we are.

43 MINJUL 7
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Be God's Holy Temple

All for One and One for All

We continue our Define the Relationship series by looking at one of the better-known images of the church: The Body of Christ. The passage shows that church members are mutually dependent but have distinct roles.

44 MINJUN 30
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All for One and One for All

We are Family

Paul writes 1 Timothy to help his young spiritual son, Timothy, lead the church in Ephesus. At the center of the book, Paul makes a remarkable statement about the identities of Jesus and the church Timothy leads.

39 MINJUN 23
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We are Family

Building the Church

This passage is the beginning of a brief period Jesus took for quiet reflection away from the crowds. This was a significant time, a time when it would be made clear to the disciples who Jesus was and what that meant in terms of rejection and suffering and death. The topics Jesus takes up in today’s verses relate to Jesus’ identity and His work to build the church.

35 MINJUN 16
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Building the Church

A Holy People

Deuteronomy is made up of three sermons given by Moses to prepare the people to enter the Promised Land. In chapter 6, Moses addresses who God is. Now in chapter 7, Moses turns his attention to who the people are and how they should relate to God.

36 MINJUN 9
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A Holy People

Fear of Rebellion

Numbers records God's faithfulness in keeping His promise despite the Israelites' unfaithfulness to Him. In this passage, the people reject entering the Promised Land, thereby rejecting God.

37 MINJUN 2
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Fear of Rebellion

Latest Episodes

A Worshipping Church

Revelation 7 offers one of the most well-known pictures of worship in heaven. The Lord gives us this picture to encourage us about our future. But the picture also gives us a template for our worship this side of heaven.

50 MINAUG 4
Comments
A Worshipping Church

Speaking Words of Wisdom

Paul opens 1 Corinthians with insight about his preaching. He contrasts two messages: the foolish message of the world and the wise message of God.

46 MINJUL 28
Comments
Speaking Words of Wisdom

The Church as a Flock

In Acts 20, Paul gives a farewell speech to the leaders of the Ephesian church. In the speech, Paul uses the metaphor of the church as a flock. The metaphor indicates both the dangers and protection in the local church.

40 MINJUL 21
Comments
The Church as a Flock

God's People

This week's passage emphasizes the church as God's people, made by Him and made for Him. We will also be reminded of the purpose of the church's existence.

27 MINJUL 14
Comments
God's People

Be God's Holy Temple

As we continue our Define the Relationship summer series focused on who we are as the church, we look at another image: the church as God’s holy temple. God’s Word shows us not only who we are but how to live in light of who we are.

43 MINJUL 7
Comments
Be God's Holy Temple

All for One and One for All

We continue our Define the Relationship series by looking at one of the better-known images of the church: The Body of Christ. The passage shows that church members are mutually dependent but have distinct roles.

44 MINJUN 30
Comments
All for One and One for All

We are Family

Paul writes 1 Timothy to help his young spiritual son, Timothy, lead the church in Ephesus. At the center of the book, Paul makes a remarkable statement about the identities of Jesus and the church Timothy leads.

39 MINJUN 23
Comments
We are Family

Building the Church

This passage is the beginning of a brief period Jesus took for quiet reflection away from the crowds. This was a significant time, a time when it would be made clear to the disciples who Jesus was and what that meant in terms of rejection and suffering and death. The topics Jesus takes up in today’s verses relate to Jesus’ identity and His work to build the church.

35 MINJUN 16
Comments
Building the Church

A Holy People

Deuteronomy is made up of three sermons given by Moses to prepare the people to enter the Promised Land. In chapter 6, Moses addresses who God is. Now in chapter 7, Moses turns his attention to who the people are and how they should relate to God.

36 MINJUN 9
Comments
A Holy People

Fear of Rebellion

Numbers records God's faithfulness in keeping His promise despite the Israelites' unfaithfulness to Him. In this passage, the people reject entering the Promised Land, thereby rejecting God.

37 MINJUN 2
Comments
Fear of Rebellion
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