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How Can We Know God?

More wisdom from the Belgic Confession (1619), about how we can know who God is (Article 2):

We know him by two means: first, by the creation, preservation, and government of the universe; which is before our eyes as a most elegant book, wherein all creatures, great and small, are as so many characters leading us to contemplate the invisible things of God, namely, his eternal power and Godhead, as the Apostle Paul saith (Rom.

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There are a lot of ideas out there regarding angels. Many of the ways people portray angels are not biblical. Sunday’s message by Pastor Mike presents some simple, biblical facts about what angels are and are not. 57 more words


Not Your Typical Choice For A Thanksgiving Hymn

Thanksgiving reminds us to thank the Lord for His goodness in providing for us. In an increasingly secular culture, we certainly need that reminder. Yet the wonderful hymns usually sung at this time of year can sometimes emphasize the blessings God gives while minimizing the greatness of the Giver. 62 more words

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The Gospel of the Kingdom at Hand

From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. — Matthew 4:17

Audio Lesson 2: The Gospel of the Kingdom at Hand…

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Holy Days of the Old Testament Pt 1: Passover

This is the first in a series of posts which will be discussing the Holy Days of the Old Testament in respect to their meaning in terms of prophecy and relevance for the Church today. 818 more words


The Threat of The Death of Doctrine in The Church - Part 1 with Jeremiah Jasso

J.N.Wheels talks with guest Jeremiah Jasso about the importance of keeping with sound doctrine in the the church for this generation and future generations. Should we be scared of Doctrine? 43 more words