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The Great Value of the Soul; The Great Cost of Losing It

Who can put on a value on our soul? There is nothing more important that a person possesses than their soul. There is also no greater tragedy than to lose the soul. This series is all about the importance of the soul and how we can confidently say “It is well with my soul”

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Jude

The book of Jude is a short but powerful book of warning and encouragement to the church. The church is warned about false teaching and false teachers in the church. Encouragement is given to contend and fight for the faith in the Gospel.

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2nd John

2 John is a followup letter to 1 John. 2 John warns Christians in a house church to beware of false teaching and deceivers. This book stresses abiding in good teaching and guarding the church from those who would seek to divide.

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3rd John

3 John is the final epistle from John. Similar to 1 and 2 John, 3 John encourages believers to walk in the truth. These Christians are also instructed to support traveling ministers and to walk in Love and Humility in the church while resisting evil and pride.

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1st John

The book of John is an encouraging letter to early believers that were struggling in the assurance of their salvation in a time where heresy and the spirit of Antichrist were prevalent. John writes to believers how they could examine themselves and the Word of God to see if they truly were abiding in God and in His Love.

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1st Thessalonians

1 Thessalonians is a letter from the Apostle Paul to the Church of Thessalonica. This letter is personal in nature, with only the final two chapters spent addressing issues of doctrine. Paul’s main purpose in writing is to encourage and reassure the Christians there. Paul urges them to continue in the faith while waiting in hope for the return of Christ.

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1st Corinthians

The church at Corinth had recently been struggling with divisions and quarrels. But for a majority of the believers, the problem had been solved by the time Paul wrote 2 Corinthians. Many had repented of their sinful ways and had come back into unity with one another and with the leadership of Paul. Join us a we explore verse by verse Paul’s first epistle to the church in Corinth.

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Mark

The Gospel of Mark, written primarily to Gentiles, is the fastest pace and shortest of the 4 Gospels. Though it is the shortest Gospel, it accounts more healings and rebuking of demons and spirits. The Gospel of Mark historically was most likely written before all of the other Gospels. Mark focuses most on the deeds and works of Christ.

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Luke

Luke’s Gospel, simply put, is the single most exhaustive account of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. More than 40% of this book is not found in the other gospels, including seven miracles and seventeen parables. Through Luke, we get a glimpse into the birth and early life both of Jesus and His forerunner, John the Baptist. As an example of Luke’s desire to give an ordered account, he even traces Christ’s lineage back to Adam, the first man.

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Luke: The Christmas Story

Explore the powerful story of the birth of the Messiah and Lord, Jesus Christ. As we dig into Luke’s account of Christmas, we see the in depth story and narrative of Jesus’ birth, including the story of Mary’s cousin Elizabeth and the High Priest Zacharias’ encounter with God in the Holy of Holies.

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James

The Book of James is one the most practical books of the New Testament. The Apostle James gives very practical wisdom and direction on how to live an authentic life of faith. Faith, trials, fruit, works and the power of the tongue are among some of the life issues that James deals with. Learn how to grow as a fruit bearing Christian in this series on the book of James.

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Colossians

In this book, the apostle Paul described Jesus with some of the loftiest language in all the New Testament, focusing on Christ’s preeminence and sufficiency in all things. Paul presented Christ as the center of the universe, not only as the active Creator but also as the recipient of creation—in His taking on of human flesh.

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Ephesians

Ephesians deals with topics at the very core of what it means to be a Christian—both in faith and in practice—regardless of any particular problem in the community. Join us as we explore verse by verse Paul’s epistle to the church in Ephesus.

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Galatians

In advance of the Jerusalem Council, Paul’s letter speaks wisdom and clarity into the first real controversy that plagued the church in its early years—the relationship between Christian Jews and Christian Gentiles. Paul’s aggressive tone shows just how important it was to him that the people embrace unity in Christ, no matter their racial distinctions. Join us as we explore verse by verse Paul’s epistle to the church in Galatia.

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2nd Corinthians

The church at Corinth had recently been struggling with divisions and quarrels. But for a majority of the believers, the problem had been solved by the time Paul wrote 2 Corinthians. Many had repented of their sinful ways and had come back into unity with one another and with the leadership of Paul. Join us a we explore verse by verse Paul’s second epistle to the church in Corinth.

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Philippians

The apostle Paul did not write Philippians in response to a crisis, as he did with Galatians and Colossians. Instead, he wrote to express his appreciation and affection for the Philippian believers. More than any other church, the believers in Philippi offered Paul material support for his ministry. Paul’s affection for these people is clear throughout the letter as he encouraged them to live out their faith in joy and unity. Join us as we explore verse by verse Paul’s epistle to the church in Philippi.

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