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Perspectives on the Bible

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Perspectives on the Bible is a study of the Bible with a view to understanding the universal message of God. Jesus said that he came in order that we may have life abundantly. John 20:31 tells us that the words of Jesus are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God and that by believing you may have life in his name. Pastor Fred

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Starting with the call of Abram in Genesis 12 we will reflect on the bible stories of His Call, The Covenant Chapter 15, Abraham tested Chapter 22 and if we have time we will move on to Isaac and Jacob and Esau. In each story we will... more

The reality of transcendent spiritual prayer is actualized by exercising our whole self in its pursuit. We work at the spiritual life just as we work in all other parts of life. Self abnegation is the beginning of the journey of spiritual prayer. It is the... more

Humans are spiritual beings- beings of light and of darkness. Religion teaches us that we are able to use our spiritual nature for purposes both good and evil. Religion also teaches us that we can choose what we do with our spirits. We can... more

The resignation of a Pope is a big thing. It is not only a "Roman Catholic" thing but an event that has ramifications for one billion Christians who are in fellowship with the Bishop of Rome. Today we reflect on Pope Benedicts decision... more

Expectations combined with reality can equal disappointment. John the Baptist had expectations about Jesus. His expectations determined every day of his life. He thought that he was right and he was! However, John thought that his... more

We examine how the birth of Jesus affects the expectations of Mary and Joseph.

We all have expectations.

Herod did not want Jesus. He decided to kill the baby. But since he was not sure of his age, he ordered all the male childrenn 2 and under to be killed. As we consider the violence of the Slaughter of the Innocent children of Bethlehem we... more
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