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Paul's Relationship to the Romans
Romans 1:7-13
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Sunday Morning Service,  October 27, 2019

Although Paul had never been to Rome, he had strong feelings for the Roman Christians. In this passage Paul shares his appreciation for them as well as his desire to minister among them.

What Is Discipling?
Matthew 28:18-20
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Sunday School,  October 27, 2019

The terms disciple and discipleship have come to mean many different things to different Christians. Who is a disciple? What is discipleship? Who needs discipleship and who should be discipling others? All of these questions need to be answered from the Scriptures.

The Gospel of God
Romans 1:2-6
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Sunday Morning Service,  October 20, 2019

God is the most important word in the letter to the Romans. His gospel, his son, his righteousness, his justice and more dominate the teachings of this epistle.

Confidence in the Gospel: Living Out Faith
Hebrews 12:1 - 13:14
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Sunday Morning Service,  October 13, 2019
 

Through the testimony of those that have come before us we have seen how to run the race. We must lay aside all sin and all weights that hinder us from faithfully running the race. Jesus Christ obtained an unshakable joy for us through the cross, but we can only obtain this joy through the sacrificially laying aside of weights.

The Prayers of Habakkuk
Habakkuk 1:1-4
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Sunday School,  October 13, 2019

Habakkuk asked God over and over again, “WHY?” Is it ever right to question God? Others have done so - Moses, Joshua, Job, Jeremiah, the psalmist and others. Saying, “why?” is natural for little children, but are we not spiritually wiser than to question God? There are two key reasons we would ask God this question. 1) Failure to trust Him and 2) because we cannot see what God sees or know what He alone knows. He wants us to trust Him by faith even when life, from our perspective, is filled with trouble and all seems illogical. Jesus Himself is our example who endured the cross on our behalf for the joy that was soon to be His at the right hand of the throne of God. Knowing the outcome, we also can rejoice in the Lord (1 Peter 1:6; 4:13; Philippians 4:4; 1 Thessalonians 5:16).

Confidence in the Gospel: Living in Faith
Hebrews 10:19 - 11:40
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Sunday Morning Service,  October 6, 2019
 

Since Jesus Christ is our Great High Priest we should draw near to God, hold fast to our confession, and stir up one another to love and good works. The Church is God's gift to his believers to help them not to throw away their confidence in the gospel. So, we have a greater foundation for our faith because we have received the promise the Old Testament saints never did.

The Prayers of Nehemiah
Luke 11:1; Acts 4:12; Romans 8:17; Hebrews 2:12; Mark 14:36; Revelation 5:8; Nehemiah 1:4-11; 4:4,5, 9
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Sunday School,  October 6, 2019

In this session, the concept of Redemptive Praying will be explained further. Then we will extract principles of effective praying from the prayers of Nehemiah.