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Lent One Demonstrates What It Takes To Be Human

Lent One Demonstrates What It Takes To Be Human  An overview of the biblical readings from the Lectionary for the first Sunday in Lent shows the Genesis story of Adam and Eve's fall from grace, through Paul's exploration of how Jesus functions as a "second Adam," in Romans 5:12-19; to Matthew's portrayal of Jesus' temptation in the wilderness, Chapter 4:1-1.  In these readings we come to grips with what it ...

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A Blessed Academic Year To Parents, Teachers And Students

A Blessed Academic Year To Parents, Teachers And Students Parents and teachers have been preparing for the new school year while many teachers are already spending time preparing for the year ahead with their students. The Education Department has already given book assignments and those books are being scoured for just the right ones that will engage the students’ minds for this academic year.  The Book St ...

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Hinderers Cannot Produce The Fruit Of Good Works

Hinderers Cannot Produce The Fruit Of Good Works Exodus 13 begins with twelve Spies on a venture to carry out God’s commands and instructions to Moses, to choose scouts from each of the twelve tribes to spy on the land of Canaan. In Numbers 13:17–20 Moses clarifies that they are to go into the desert and hill country and find answers to the following: Is the land of Promise good or bad, rich or poor? Are th ...

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Inquire From the Lord: He Has A Listening Heart And Will Answer

Inquire From the Lord: He Has A Listening Heart And Will Answer To enquire into something one has to be very disciplined so that during the inquiry one can also have listening heart.   David, God’s servant had both an inquiring mind and a listening heart.   The writer of 1st Samuel records this for us, “When David was told, ‘Look, the Philistines are fighting against Keilah and are looting the threshing flo ...

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Submission Does Not Mean Domination

Submission Does Not Mean Domination When the Scripture speaks of submitting to one another, it means submit out of reverence for Christ.   Here is the text that the Apostle Paul speaks to, “Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.  Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord; for the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he ...

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