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May 22, 2022"Remembering Our First Love"Pastor Frank Martin ReadingsCaroline MartinChuck MoffettWayne Conover MusicPraise:"I’ll Fly Away"“He Is Exalted”“Breathe”Hymns:“Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty"“Amazing Grace” Desert Garden Praise SingersWayne ConoverJohn AndersonSally MoffettKathy McWilliams Keyboards Rik Hill Audio EngineeringJohn Ander…
 
The son or heir while under guardians is like a slave, subject to the guardian. This is how the law is for us. With the coming of Christ, we are no longer under the law. Paul is contrasting the world with the word. We were once enslaved to the elementary things.-Now we are no longer slaves, there is no turning back.-Some seek material things to giv…
 
What does it mean to have salt in ourselves- Or that Christians will be salted with fire- It is often thought that the Christian life is any easy going life but in fact it is often riddled with difficulty and conflict. But these conflicts have a purpose and a goal and it is to refine and make us pure, so that we would become a community of peace.…
 
What does the Bible say about making plans for the future---In the book of James, we see that it's OK to make plans for tomorrow - but not to be presumptuous. Not to be arrogant. Planning and praying should go hand in hand. Click to learn more.Dr. Toby B. Holt による
 
Until The End of The World: Heaven, Hell, and the Possibility of Universal Salvation. Join Dr. David Bruner and his class this week as they discuss the idea of universal salvation from the perspective of Origen of Alexandria.paolipresbyterianchurch による
 
When Christ came into the world, He did not face the relatively simple task of not doing one thing. Rather, when Christ came to this world he was faced with billions upon billions of transgressions against the holiness and providence of God -His person and work-. Yet unlike Adam who fled, Christ took it all upon Himself -Is. 53-4--…
 
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