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Sixth Commandment

The Sixth Commandment involves controling powerful emotions--especially our anger, which is the spirit of murder, which Christ said starts in the heart. Christians are to put on the opposite of murder, which is love for each other. Be sure we are reconciled (as much as depends on us) before Passover. ...

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Self-Examination Through Revelation 2 and 3

As we examine ourselves before Passover, what can we learn from Revelation 2 & 3? How would these churches have been analyzed if undergoing an "annual review" today? What characteristics do we see in us from their review? Click here to view PDF handout.

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Middle East in Prophesy

The Middle East has made headlines again recently. What's the background for all the strife in that region? What prophecies have already been fulfilled and what is yet to be fulfilled?

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Undying Faith and Endurance

The fifth Commandment has many ramifications in our lives. It applies to both our spiritual Father and our parents in the human realm.

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Fifth Commandment

The fifth Commandment has many ramifications in our lives. It applies to both our spiritual Father and our parents in the human realm.

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Genuiness of Your Faith

In 1Peter 1:7 we read about genuineness of faith. What does that look like in "real life"? What Bible examples can help us understand this topic?

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Joy

Joy is a fruit of God's Spirit. In times of stress it may seem difficult to be joyful, but understanding God's end desire helps us apply and grow in this vital spiritual fruit.

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Spiritual Checklist

Just like a pilot must follow his checklist to be sure he doesn't make a mistake that will cost him his life, as Christians we must be sure to follow certain foundational steps to be a part of God's Kingdom.

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Stay Attached to the Vine

We can only grow if we are attached to the vine, Jesus Christ. Without Him we wither and die. What involved in the meaning of Christ's words in John 13.

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The Beatitudes

The Beatitudes describe attitudes all Christians must have in all ages. They are foundational to Christianity and the beginning part of Christ's Sermon on the Mount.

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