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Many people come away from public worship unfulfilled but not knowing why. This lesson will explain what the Bible says we should receive from our worship in Spirit and Truth.
This lesson reviews the spiritual exercise that prepares the Christian for worship as a lifestyle and not simply a regular activity at an appointed time.
This opening session examines the core activity of public worship - communication with God, and how this essential component can be enhanced by learning the language of communication with God.
If God created marriage for life then God can provide the element that keeps us together for life - love.
It is during the effort to know each other that the couple lays down the groundwork for their "oneness."
In this third and final lesson, Mike explores the concept of Biblical love and answers the question, "Why is love greater than faith or hope?"
In the second lesson in this series, Mike explains the main differences between hope as it is used and described here on earth and Biblical hope which is described and manifested in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.
In this lesson, Mike reviews the thinking and goals of the Politically Correct movement in America and how Christians can respond to and live in a nation that is heavily influenced by this cause.
(I Samuel 40:8)
This sermon examines the Biblical basis for the tradition in most Churches of Christ to extend an "invitation" at the end of each sermon.
This lesson argues for the idea that the New Testament has a specific plan for organizing and growing a local congregation.
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