Monthly Archives: November 2013

New Covenant ‘Hesed’ part 1

Introduction             You will remember the word hesed from our discussion of the Old Testament.  It is the word used most often to describe God in the Old Testament.  You will also recall that it has two elements: keeping covenant, … Continue reading

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A Note of Thanks

Hey everyone! I wanted to post a quick note of thanks to Dan Ledwith of Learning To Be Full Of Grace And Truth for nominating me for the Liebster Award.  Dan’s kindness and generosity are truly amazing and I really appreciate his … Continue reading

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The Writing on the Wall

Have you ever noticed the writing on the wall?  I don’t mean graffiti, I mean the writing on the wall of your heart, your soul, your spiritual wall. Have you ever seen that kind of writing; the kind of writing … Continue reading

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Sunday Class Notes: November 24

The First Messianic Prophecy Introduction Messianic Prophecy is prophecy about the coming of the Messiah (Anointed One).  The very first instance in the Old Testament occurs in Genesis chapter 3.  They occur in many other locations as we shall see … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget!

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Thanksgiving and God’s Place in our Lives

As we do our shopping this weekend and make our plans for our Thanksgiving celebrations, I wonder if we could take just a minute to reflect on something.  We are starting to prepare for a day dedicated to giving thanks … Continue reading

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Announcement!

If you read “Sunday Class Notes” here on LR, then you will recall that last Sunday we completed our study notes for the Olivet Discourse; I hope that you found them to be of interest and worthy of your time. … Continue reading

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