The SHAPE course will allow us to journey together as we learn to understand our abilities, interests, talents, gifts, personality and life experiences and ultimately discover God’s will for our lives. When: WED, 19 & 26 October Where: The Junction Time: 7 – 9 pm Presenter: Nicky Lillywhite RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Register by: 14 October
When: Wednesday, 12 October 2016 Where: The Junction Time: 6 – 7 pm Praying for those who don’t, to come to know Jesus!
I have loved digging into this book as I prepared the sermons. And it has been challenging in all kinds of good ways. I hope, that you and I can continue to grow in the knowledge and grace of the Lord Jesus, as we study this book together. Juli Cameron, whose summaries I have used,
A summary of chapter 7 can be described in these words: “Hebrews 7 compares Jesus and Melchizedek, a priest forever without lineage. Abraham paid honor and tithes to Melchizedek and by doing so the Levitical priesthood was blessed by him as Levi was still inside of Abraham. In this fashion, Jesus is also a priest
Hebrews Chapter 5 continues from the previous chapter, speaking about Jesus as the High Priest. Requirements of a High Priest The chapter begins with the requirements of a high priest, saying that it should be someone who is appointed to represent the people and stand before God, giving gifts as well as sacrifices for sin.
About five years ago, I spent months working on a book proposal. Various friends spent weeks helping me edit it. And then it was rejected by more publishers than I care to recount. Since then, it has sat forgotten tucked away in the depths of my computer files, and if it were possible, collecting dust.