God’s Story at the Pool of Bethesda

Have you ever longed for healing, only to feel isolated and helpless? Sometimes we need mental and emotional healing. At other times, we find ourselves drifting from the Lord and in need of spiritual healing. Perhaps, like the man in John 5, we need physical healing. This weeks' study guide leads us into the account …

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Israel Shuts Down for Yom Kippur

Empty highway during Yom Kippur Yom Kippur (which began at sundown Tuesday, October 8 this year) is the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. It follows the 10 Days of Awe in which Jews are particularly focused on repentance, prayer, fasting and acts of charity. According to Jewish tradition, it is believed the righteous (tzaddikim) …

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2019 Understanding the Times Conference in Review

If you missed yesterday's Understanding the Times Conference, you missed a lineup of top-notch Bible prophecy teachers united on a single topic: the Rapture. Grace Church of Eden Prairie MN was packed, and reports of tens of thousands were tuned into the live stream. Dr Robert Jeffress (First Baptist Church, Dallas) opened it up with …

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Two of My Galilee Favorites!

Other than Jesus, who is your favorite Bible character? I've got many "favorites," but I have to say I most often identify most closely with Peter. He seemed to have a knack for falling, yet Jesus wouldn't allow him to fail! Don't you feel that way sometimes? Tabgha is a favorite place of mine because …

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