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The Sprinkling

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Atonement, Audio, Death, Jesus, Music, Redemption, Servant, Son of God, The Cross, Worship | 0 comments

The Sprinkling was a song that came pouring out after reading the first chapter of 1 Peter one morning. The life I once lived in the world…

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The Word Became A Man

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in Audio, Father, God, Jesus, Messiah, Music, Restoration, Resurrection, Servant, Son of God, Tim Miller, Worship | 0 comments

“The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us.” (John 1:14)

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Biblical Foundations of Messiah and Christ – Opening Up The Gospels

Posted by on Mar 26, 2014 in Banner, Jesus, Joshua Hawkins, Messiah, Son of God, Teachings, Video | 0 comments

A semi-short video from Josh Hawkins’ weekly video series called, Opening Up the Gospels. In today’s culture, “Christ” is often a synonym for “Jesus” or perhaps His last name. “Messiah” is a synonym for “Savior” and often just means “the one who died on the cross for us”. While there is some measure of truth to those things, “Christ” and “Messiah” have largely been misunderstood.

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Exploring The New Testament’s View Of Psalm-110

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in Articles, Bill Scofield, Father, God, Jesus, Messiah, Redemption, Restoration, Son of God, The Kingdom, Worldview, Zion | 0 comments

One unspoken assumption about the Bible is that it can’t be understood by common folk. It either has to be interpreted by highly educated folks in some circles, or by very spiritual people in others. At it’s core, this assumption…

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Jesus Is Still A Man

Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in Audio, Banner, Bill Scofield, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, God, Jesus, Messiah, Redemption, Restoration, Resurrection, Sessions, Son of God, The Kingdom, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

This short video begins by talking about the centrality of the Day of the Lord in the Biblical narrative. Some in the history of the Church have attempted to undermine the physical humanness of our Messiah, but…

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