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The Ark & The Church

In this lesson, Travis drew a comparison between the Ark which Noah built and the church which Christ built. 

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Suffering for Christ

In this lesson, we talked about the necessary attitudes when a Christian suffers for Christ as explained by the apostle Peter. 

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The Work of the Church – Part 2

We noted a couple of months ago (“What God Authorizes for the Work of the Church,” published May 22, 2016) that God gave Moses a pattern to follow in building the tabernacle (Hebrews 8:5), including its organizational structure and the work of the priests and Levites in the tabernacle. 

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Take Delight In The Lord

In this lesson, we continued our look at lessons learned from the kings, focusing on Jehoshaphat and taking delight in the Lord. 

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What Did Adam & Eve Look Like?

In this lesson, Dale shows us how the creation of Adam and Eve parallels how we are to live our own lives. 

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With Christ Our Savior

In this lesson, Ron covered our transition from the old man of the world to our new man living in Christ. 

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The Lord Hears Godly Men

When was the last time you prayed to God? Was it this morning? Could it have been last night? Maybe it was last week during worship services? It is a shame for a Christian to pray so little when God has done so much to save that Christian’s lost soul. God sent His Son to die upon the cruel cross so that we could enter into a covenant relationship, whereby we can cry out, “Father, Father.” (cf. 

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In Christ Our Life-Giver

In this lesson, Ron talks about how Christ is the inspiration for our daily Christian lives. 

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Who Is Not Found In Hebrews 11?

In this lesson, Dale discussed the importance of faith and living righteously by highlighting the examples of those who were not found in Hebrews 11: Adam and Eve. 

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What Happened to the Sabbath Day?

Have you ever wondered what happened to the Sabbath day? After leading the children of Israel out of Egypt, the Lord established the seventh day as a day of rest for the people.  

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