Why Work?

I used to think that work was a necessary evil—something that I had to do, instead of something that I got to do. I thought that there wouldn’t have been any need to labor and toil, if it hadn't been for humanity’s fall into sin. I imagined that if one were wealthy, then he wouldn’t have to work. Imagine my surprise as I sat under Bible teaching that pointed to work even before sin had entered into the world.

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The Meaning and Purpose of Suffering - Part 4

In this series, we emphasized how suffering is part of human life, not because God delights in seeing His creature suffer but because it is a consequence of mankind’s rebellion against the Holy God.

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Discipleship: Learning from Preaching and Teaching

The word “disciple” was the way the New Testament referred to the follower of Jesus Christ. Jesus called His disciples to follow Him, telling them that He would take them through a process which would transform them (Mark 1:17).

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Passion for the Word

May 20 to May 26 -- Hebrews 2:17 (NASB 1977) Therefore, He had to be made like His brethren in all things, that He might become a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining to God, to make propitiation for the sins of the people.

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