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Tabernacle of Moses a Symbol of Jesus—the High Priest

admin October 3, 2018

Tabernacle of Moses prepares God’s people to need and relate to the High Priest for all time

“And let them make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them.”

—Exodus 25:8

This verse relates to how God had graciously rescued the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. H . . .

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Crossing the Jordan River

admin September 26, 2018

Bringing people closer to the Promised Land

Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow, the Lord will do amazing things among you.”                                                                                                                          . . .

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The Holy and the Common

admin September 12, 2018

Recognizing sanctity from profanity

 

How many times have we heard the word Holy? What comes into our minds when we hear this word? And what does this mean to us?

 

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines this as “exalted or worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and righteousness.” I cannot think of any person in history . . .

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Be Holy Like Zadok

Raelynn Parkin August 8, 2018

Getting to know Zadok—the man who remained faithful

To be holy is to know God’s will and to act upon it, no matter what. This is exactly what many holy men in the Bible did. One of those faithful men was Zadok. Holiness sets him apart from all other men of his time.
Who is Zadok?< . . .

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Pride Not on being Entrusted with His Glory

Raelynn Parkin August 2, 2018

Worship Leaders: Be wary, symptoms of pride steal His glory

One of the marks of a great worship leader is not only to communicate the Word of God effectively, but also to remain humble. In the eyes of church members, a humble service leader is more trustworthy and believable. On the other hand, worship leaders that soak up all their success tend to wander . . .

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