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Psalm 119

In this lesson, Blake Fitzpatrick walked us through Psalm 119 and emphasized several important lessons. 

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Desiring to Follow the Scriptural Path

In this lesson, John showed how Christians can increase their desire to follow God’s word. 

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Jesus Died to Deliver Us

Paul was an apostle, “born out of due time” (1 Corinthians 15:8).  Like the other apostles, Jesus chose Paul to be “a minister and a witness both of the things which you have seen and of the things which I will yet reveal to you.” Paul would open the eyes of the Gentiles to “turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those

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A Study of Joash

In this study of the Kings of Judah, we considered the reign of kings Joash.  This study took place on October 25, 2016. 

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Take Up Your Cross

In this lesson, John Vincent talks about the meaning of the phrase “take up your cross.” 

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Deliverance & Comfort

Consequences are never an enjoyable part of life. From childhood to adulthood, we face the consequences of our decisions, our words, and our actions. The only hope we have when we are lost in consequences is that we might learn and grow.  A child, while not enjoying falling off the bike, can learn certain lessons from his experience. 

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A Study of Jehoram and Ahaziah

In this study of the Kings of Judah, we considered the reign of kings Jehoram and Ahaziah.  This study took place on October 18, 2016. 

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Deacons

In this lesson, Ron concluded his series on elders and deacons by talking about deacons and their responsibilities. 

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Where Do Elders Come From?

In this lesson, Ron talked about how elders are developed. 

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Draw Near Unto God

This article is republished from Expository Files 23.10, October 2016. Read the original publication on bible.ca/ef

The Bible says, “Draw near unto God, and He will draw near unto you.” (James 4:8). We live in an age of cynicism, but no one has to live out their lives as a cynic. 

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