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 Date: Sun, May 06, 2018       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Acts 2:32-36
The ascension of Jesus Christ is the most critical yet most neglected component of the gospel today. That certainly was not the case in the early church. It has a prominent place in Peter's sermon at Pentecost, the prototype of New Testament preaching.
 Date: Sun, Apr 29, 2018       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: John 21:15-19
The last resurrection appearance of Jesus that John chose to tell us about took place one morning on the shore of the Sea of Galilee where Jesus fixed a fish breakfast for his disciples and had a talk with Peter.
 Date: Sun, Apr 22, 2018       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Malachi 3:10-11
The Lord wants to abundantly bless us, but too often we do not believe him. In fact, our actions as well as our words indict us, revealing that we really do not trust him, especially when it comes to money.
 Date: Sun, Apr 15, 2018       Teacher: Jon Carrell      
 Passage: Luke 20:27-38
Could we be more like the Sadducees than we care to admit? The Sadducees said there was no resurrection.
 Date: Mon, Apr 09, 2018       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Exodus 33:13 & John 14:6-7
As Moses talked intimately with the Lord, the Scripture says "fact to face, as a man speaks with his friend," interceding for his people Israel, he asked the Lord for an even deeper understanding and relationship with him. The Lord answered. The immediate answer was his self-descriptive revelation in Exodus 34:6-7, but a more complete and glorious revelation came later, much later.
 Date: Sun, Apr 01, 2018       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Luke 24:11 & Luke 24:22-25
Apparent and actual foolishness has an early and long history with Easter
 Date: Sun, Mar 25, 2018       Teacher: James Slone       Series: God's Name
 Passage: Exodus 34:6-7
I am going to try to comprehend the incomprehensible, explain the unexplainable, and fathom the unfathomable by attempting to define a pair of Hebrew words, hesed and emet, that the Lord uses to describe himself, words that defy a simple translation into English.
 Date: Sun, Mar 18, 2018       Teacher: James Slone       Series: God's Name
 Passage: Exodus 34:6-7
Yahweh describes himself as "slow to anger." Actually he describes himself as having a "long nose," a Hebrew idiom for one who is patient and long-suffering.
 Date: Sun, Mar 11, 2018       Teacher: James Slone       Series: God's Name
 Passage: Exodus 34:6-7
After revealing his name, the first thing that Yahweh tells us about himself is that he is compassionate and gracious.
 Date: Sun, Mar 04, 2018       Teacher: James Slone       Series: God's Name
 Passage: Exodus 34:6-7
In Exodus 34:6-7, which is quoted in the Old Testament itself more than any other verses, God describes himself. He does not start with how powerful he is or how he knows everything or even that there is no one else like him in the entire universe. When he describes himself, he starts by emphasizing his name.

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