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Sunday, 16 September 2018
Passage: Exodus 20:4-6
Duration: 34 mins 43 secs
Could it be that the God we claim to worship is nothing like the true God? Has the idea we carry in our mind of God been distorted by influences around us? So how should we worship Him? Do we have idolotrous misconceptions about God? We must not image God in a way that He has not imaged Himself. Pr. Nathanael continues looking at the book of Exodus.
Sunday, 09 September 2018
Duration: 49 mins 6 secs
The Ten Commandments. These are not just random items of a "Do List" or "Do Not List." They demonstrate characteristics of God and help us understand who He is and what He wants us to be like. Commandment # 1 - God, the supreme eternal being and creator of the universe, has made a relationship with a chosen people. He therefore wants to be the only object of worship in their lives.
Sunday, 02 September 2018
Passage: Exodus 20:1-2
Duration: 46 mins
The 10 Commandments. A very big and important part of the Israelite history and culture. It´s importance extends also to the Christian and those who believe in the truths of the Bible. To understand the importance of and the content of the commandments, it is essential to begin with understanding who is giving them. Pr. Nathanael continues an exegetical look at the book of Exodus.
Sunday, 26 August 2018
Duration: 47 mins 26 secs
God saved the Israelites for a specific purpose. Of all the people´s of the world, He chose them to bring about His plan of salvation. That means, they were separated out to accomplish this purpose. Not to be put aside (as many might understand the word "separated"), but to be the central and focal point of God´s plan... a plan to save the entire world. What does being separated for a purpose look like? To understand these questions and more, Pr. Nathanael expounds on the profound topic of the Biblical term for "being separated"... "holiness."
Sunday, 19 August 2018
Passage: Exodus 19:1-6
Duration: 37 mins
God has gone through so much trouble for the Hebrew nation. Why? Why does God take this path in history with this particular group? That happened thousands of years ago.. in the Old Testament. What does that have to do with us today? Pr. Nathanael continues a study verse by verse of the Exodus story to find answer to some of these big question... Why did God save the Israelites? When did God save them? What for?
Sunday, 12 August 2018
Duration: 31 mins 33 secs
Ever feel like things are going OK and suddenly someone gives you some advice? What if that person were a close relative? How do we respond when we are told there is a better way to do something? Moses, maybe in a proud moment, is showing his father-in-law all of the responsabilities and things he has to do. But Jethro has a word to give. God shows more of Himself and how He wants us to live as we look further into the book of Exodus.
Sunday, 05 August 2018
Duration: 34 mins 6 secs
Moses has now led the Hebrew nation into the wilderness and God has done many miracles for them to provide what they needed. While in the desert, he recieves a visit from family - namely his father-in-law, Jethro, who is also a priest for the Medianites.
Sunday, 22 July 2018
Passage: 1 Kings 19
Duration: 26 mins 28 secs
Do things not go the way you imagine? Has life taken a different route then you expected? Has God not answered your prayer the way you asked? Pr. Bill Fawcett continues to look at the life of Elijah to evaluate how we are to deal with these questions in our life.
Sunday, 15 July 2018
Passage: 1 Kings 17
Duration: 32 mins 44 secs
Pr. Bill Fawcett looks at the life of Elijah to show how God allows us to go through certain events in our lives and encounter certain people along the way to prepare us for what He has down the road for us.
Sunday, 08 July 2018
Duration: 31 mins 56 secs
The difficulties and struggles of the Apostle Paul were enough suffering to make him request God to remove the "thorn from his flesh." How did he not become bitter? Through it all, Paul kept his eye on what truly mattered because of the hope he found in Christ. What stuggles and difficulties are you going through? Can Christ give us this same inspiration to face our battles? Joel Rast continues to look at the life of Paul through Colossions 1 to help us answer these questions and more.
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