Wisdom for the Week:
What we believe should be based upon what is clear in Scripture without any unsupported supposes.
New This Week:
– “Imitate What is Good” (8/14/2017) Studies in Third John – Part Two: verses 9-11
– “The Good Example of Gaius” (8/7/2017) Studies in Third John – Part One: verses 1-8
– “Has God’s Law Ended?” (7/31/2017) Today it continues as fulfilled in Christ.
– “Time and the God who Made It” (7/24/2017) Time is different to our Creator.
– “A Powerful Piece of News” Colossians 1:3-8 – audio sermon by Bob Burridge (7/23/2017)
– “The Why of Evil” (7/17/2017) Evil has a purpose in God’s creation.
– “Noah’s Real Ark” (7/10/2017) – correcting a common misconception
Earlier This Summer:
– “Should Infants of Believers be Baptized?” (a simplified summary)
– “Studies in Galatians” (with a video presentation of each of the 17 lessons)
– “Praying for One Another” (Lesson on Intercessory Prayer)
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