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Times: 8:45 a.m. | 11:15 a.m. | 6:00 p.m.
"The King is Coming!"
Do you want to be blessed by God? In both the first and last chapters of Revelation we are promised blessing if we read, hear, and heed the words of the book (1:3 and 22:7). Merrill C. Tenney, in his introduction to Revelation in the Holman New American Standard Study Bible says, “The key to Revelation is found in the opening verse: 'The Revelation of Jesus Christ.' The main purpose is to reveal the person of the Lord Jesus Christ as the Redeemer of the world and as the conqueror of evil, and to present in symbolic form the program by which He will carry out His work.”
Join us in a weekly study of the Revelation that will use a three-fold approach:
1) Personal study of the assigned passage using study questions and notes.
2) 6:40–7:25 p.m. – Facilitator-lead discussion groups to interact over the passage with other men based on each man's personal study.
3) 7:30–8:00 p.m. – Lecture on the passage being studied led by Buddy Jones.
For more information, contact Buddy Jones at 351-3712.
Listen to audio here.
"Men of Prayer: An Exegetical In-Depth Study of Old and New Testament Prayers"
Prayer began in the garden as God spoke to Adam and Eve. His people cried out to God in prayer throughout the Old Testament. In the New Testament the only thing the disciples asked Jesus to teach them was how to pray. They saw a correlation between the prayer practice of Jesus and His life. If Jesus, the divine Son of God, placed prayer as a major priority then we have much to learn by being enrolled in His school of Prayer. Be prepared to be challenged, and changed as Christ and the Holy Spirit grows in each of our prayer lives. We will study 34 Old and New Testament prayers to make us equipped to be disciples who glorify Him in extending His kingdom.
6:15–7:15 p.m. — Bible Study
7:15–8:15 p.m. — Share and prayer
For more information, contact Don Riley at 461-2819.
For more details, contact Hickman Ewing.
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