Just as the disciples caught a school of fish within the reaches of their circular net, the Lord wants His contemporary disciples to reach out to the men and women around us (Matt. 4:19). - John MacArthur
Praying for God’s will to be done on earth is an aggressive prayer (Matt. 6:10). - John MacArthur
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Except for sin, Jesus experienced the everyday things of a normal man; but He was often not appreciated as the God–man (Philippians 2:7–8). - John MacArthur
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But as for me, I will look to the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation; my God will hear me. - Micah 7:7
Case for Christ session 5 reflection questions. These are questions related to the resurrection of Jesus, which is a topic we covered at our last DIVE meeting. I know the questions challenge me - they cause me to reflect if I truly believe the claims of Christ. Do those claims have an effect on the way I live? Or are they more of an intellectual exercise that I can easily put to the side?
Our next DIVE meeting will cover the rest of the Case for Christ book. We're excited to reflect on the entire case - all the evidence we've covered so far - and look ahead to our next unit to DIVE into. Feel free to come check to our next meeting! More details to come.
In any #debate or argument, it’s very important that you understand the terminology that your opponent is using and that your opponent understands the terminology that you’re using. #voltaire#apologetics
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“The predominant meaning of aionios, that in which it is used everywhere in the NT, save the places noted above, may be seen in 2 Cor. 4:18, where it is set in contrast with proskairos, lit., ‘for a season,’ and in Philem. 15 . . . Moreover it is used of persons and things which are in their nature endless, as, e.g., of God, Rom. 16:26; of His power, 1 Tim. 6:16, and of His glory, 1 Pet. 5:10; of the Holy Spirit, Heb. 9:14; of the redemption effected by Christ, Heb. 9:12, and of the consequent salvation of men, 5:9, as well as of His future rule, 2 Pet. 1:11, which is elsewhere declared to be without end, Luke 1:33; of the life received by those who believe in Christ, John 3:16, concerning whom He said, ‘they shall never perish,’ 10:28, and of the resurrection body, 2 Cor. 5:1, elsewhere said to be ‘immortal,’ 1 Cor. 15:53, in which that life will be finally realized, Matt. 25:46; Titus 1:2.
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We are excited to host one of the #Midwest's premiere apologists, Pastor Rick. Join us #April 8th at 9 am, or 11 am as we hear from a thought leader in the national discussion of #Apologetics. Make sure you pick up a copy of Pastor Rick's new book, "Faith & Reason Made Simple."
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