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Wisdom for the Week:
Prayer was how King David started his daily schedule (Psalm 5:3) – a good model for all of us every morning

Recently Added:
The idea of “time” is not as absolute as it seems. Time has a different meaning to our Creator than it has to us who are part of his creation. For us humans, we understand “time” in the way we experience it passing by day after day.
– “The Why of Evil” As hard as it may be for us to comprehend, evil has a purpose in God’s creation.
– “Noah’s Real Ark” (correcting a common misconception)
– “Should Infants of Believers be Baptized?” (a simplified summary)
– “Our Commentary on Galatians” (with a video presentation of each of the 17 lessons)
– “Praying for One Another” (Lesson on Intercessory Prayer)


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The Nature & Work of our Creator.



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In the mid 1500’s Geneva became a gathering place for those who wanted to return Christianity to its biblical foundations. Under the leadership of John Calvin scholars, ministers, and concerned students gathered to compare all they believed and practiced with God’s word as preserved in Scripture.

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