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Jesus’ mission was based on a heavenly schedule.

He would minister for a time in a certain area, then move on. At the beginning, He was in Judea, and as He left to go back to Galilee, there’s a small travel note: 202 more words

Christianity

When Does a Leader Stop Learning?

Recently I read a book with a group of pastors in my town. The book focused on leadership, tracing the life of Peter in the New Testament. 420 more words

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Shepherd’s Corner: “F” Balance ...with Pastor Torrian Scott

Guest contributing writer:

Senior Pastor Torrian Scott —Harvest International Church- Brea, California

“F” Balance. Well that caught your attention didn’t it? My name is Torrian Scott. 663 more words

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Absolute

Jesus came from above. Some would say, “that’s stating the obvious”, but consider the far-reaching implications of “from above” in Jesus’ own words:

“He who comes from above is above all; he who is of the earth is earthly and speaks of the earth. 164 more words

Faith

The Lord's Day 1-21-18

“Make a joyful shout to God, all the earth! Sing out the honor of His name; Make His praise glorious. Say to God, “How awesome are Your works!”” – Psalm 66:1-3a NKJV… 44 more words

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Decreasing

John the Baptist preached powerful messages, and lives were changed by his words. He also gathered loyal followers; at least that was the case until Jesus came along.  180 more words

Faith

AS MANY AS RECEIVED HIM...

Hyper-Dispensationalism doctrine teaches the exclusivity of a mental assent to 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 for salvation. This teaching denies the new birth. According to Hyper-Dispensational teaching, the new birth, the Gospels, and the words of Jesus Christ were  not for the church, but only for the Jews. 349 more words

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