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Day 8: What Does Jesus Do Now?

Have you every wondered what Jesus is doing? Literally, right now? What is he doing?

Many will jump immediately to his return. We would say, “Jesus is currently awaiting his second coming.” While that’s true (and we’ll explore that very topic tomorrow), I think we sometimes let his second coming overshadow his present ministry. 712 more words

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Day 7: Bad Views of Jesus' Divinity

Yesterday, we examined how Jesus was fully divine. He is, as Isaiah prophesied, Mighty God (Is 9:6). Yet, as we saw earlier, Jesus is also fully human. 649 more words

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Day 6: Jesus is fully God

A couple of days ago we looked at the necessity of Jesus being fully man.  Now we look at the necessity of Jesus being fully God.  457 more words

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Day 5: The Cross and Empty Tomb

Why did Jesus come to earth in the first place? Jesus himself gives a simple explanation in Luke 19:10 – “to seek and save the lost.” In the Garden, humanity rebelled against God. 711 more words

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Day 3: Human Emotions

Today, people have little doubts that Jesus was an actual person. Even ardent critics of Christianity believe that a man by the name of Jesus lived in first century Palestine and altered the course of human history forever. 662 more words

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Day 2: Virgin Birth

Now the birth of Jesus Christ took place in this way. When his mother Mary had been betrothed to Joseph, before they came together she was found to be with child from the Holy Spirit. 729 more words

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Day 1: Who is Jesus?

They had been walking for days. Sore feet, aching legs, empty stomachs, grumpy demeanors. The sun relentlessly beat down on the disciples. Blisters were showing up on their once calloused heels. 552 more words

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