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Cord of Three Strands - Study #3

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OUR PERSPECTIVE: The SHARING of the Tough Stuff James 5:13-20 Our “Cord of Three Strands” Fall Gather Teaching series reaches week #3.  This week’s teaching focused on the third aspect of PERSPECTIVE for “strand #1;” that is, you and I as...

Cord of Three Strands - Study #2

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OUR PERSPECTIVE: The Purpose for Tough Stuff Romans 8:18-39   This week’s CGS launches our “Cord of Three Strands” Fall Gather Teaching series. This week’s teaching focused on the question “Does God my heavenly Father have a purpose for all the tough...

Cord of Three Strands - Study #1

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PESPECTIVE: The Reality of Tough Stuff Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 This week’s CGS launches our “Cord of Three Strands” Fall Gather Teaching series. This week’s teaching focused on the question “From where does the tough stuff come?” It may well be that your group...

Jonah - Study #6

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Jonah – When God’s Heart beats within What in our lives will change under Jonah’s call? This week’s teaching recapped key lessons from the 3 major features of Jonah’s story: A Prophet (what has God’s Spirit taught us through Jonah), a Whale (what has...

Jonah - Study #5

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Jonah 4: Challenging a Mis-Aligned Heart What’s the greatest miracle found in Jonah’s account? This week’s teaching highlighted a LONG but IMPORTANT lesson emerging from the final chapter of Jonah; namely, that the many supernatural interventions in this OT book are: To...

Jonah - Study #4

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Jonah 3: The God of Second Chances Why didn’t God cut loose on Ninevah like He declared? This week’s teaching highlighted the importance of responding wisely and humbly to a God who, graciously, gives people second chances to respond to His offer of forgiveness and life. ...

Jonah - Study #3

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Jonah 2: From Running to Repentance Can someone be too far away that God won’t hear? This week’s teaching highlighted Jonah’s discovery that swallowed by distress, repentance can replace rebellion through humble worship. Jonah’s second chapter recounted how Jonah...

Jonah—Study #1

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Getting Started (read the following together): Timothy Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, suggest that the book of Jonah seems to be about many things (The Prodigal Prophet, pp.1-2): “Is it about race and nationalism, since Jonah seems to be more...

Run the Race Well

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Let Us Run GETTING STARTED Share about a race that you ran that stuck out to you, either as a kid or an adult. What made it memorable? (If you can’t think of one, you can borrow one from the Olympics, a movie, or someone else’s race.) Who in your life has been the greatest...

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