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Thursday, August 11
God’s Decrees

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New Article, “I Am Not My Own”:
This is a study of 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 and ties in with the opening question of the Heidelberg Catechism. Belonging to Christ is not only an obligation to live in a way honoring to him, it is also an assurance of his tender care for those who are his own dear children.


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Man’s Fall Into Sin Genesis 2-3, sin’s consequences, God’s curse and promises
God’s Covenant With Man the covenants in Scripture, Original Sin, unity and diversity of the Covenants


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