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In our previous lesson, we began to look at the lies of the world which have trained the church regarding abortion, rather than the truth of the Word of God. As we considered this evil which is at the forefront of our society, we examined some of the lies we didn't realize we believed. The big lies include: That which is conceived in the mother's w…
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One of the greatest tragedies facing our world today is the horror of abortion. This topic alone divides people not only politically, but it is a topic that divides the church as well. As a church, we must look to the Word of God to determine what the Lord has to say about this blight on our society. Sadly, many of us have been discipled by the wor…
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For the believer in Jesus Christ, our focus is on knowing Jesus. In Revelation 19, following the destruction of Babylon in chapter 18, heaven swells with praise for the Lord and His righteous judgments. We then are brought into the marriage supper of the Lamb, where the bride of Christ, the church, is arrayed in fine linen; thus giving us a splendi…
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As we come to the close of the book of Acts, we may be tempted to think that this is the end of the story. Instead, we find that it is, in fact, a beginning. Often referred to as, "The Acts of the Apostles," Luke opened his book addressing Theophilus, to whom he wrote the Gospel of Luke, stating in Acts 1:1 and 2, "The first account, O Theophilus, …
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In his letter to the church in Colossae, Paul is writing to a church that is worthy of much praise. In the opening verses of his letter, he praises God for their faith and love toward the saints. He then offers prayers for them that they would continue to grow and to be strengthened. But he also writes to a church which has been infected with vario…
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As the book of Acts nears its close, we find Paul finally arriving in Rome. It has been a long journey fraught with many trials and dangers. As the last chapter of Acts opens, we find Paul shipwrecked on the island of Malta. To the surprise of some Christians, the pagan inhabitants of this island showed Paul and his companions extraordinary kindnes…
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Most of us are familiar with the various storms of life, such as the loss of loved ones, or changes in employment or income, difficulties with relationships, etc.. In the midst of these various trials, we can find ourselves struggling to see God's purposes in allowing this situation into our lives. The book of Acts a three part story which parallel…
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In this special message, the leadership of Atlantic Gospel Chapel come together to bring a message about Christmas. In this message we consider: Who is Jesus? What do the prophets say about Jesus? The birth of Jesus Why does Christmas matter? Thank you for listening to today's teaching. We pray you will be blessed through the teaching of God's Word…
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We all have our own stories from our lives. And if we're honest, we will admit that we frequently repeat the same stories; even to the point where others can fill in forgotten details. But there is one story that is the most important thing about us. And that is the story of what God has done in our own live. One hymn writer put it this way, I love…
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In 1982, Emmaus Bible College student, Steve Linscott, was convicted for the 1980 murder of his neighbor. He came to light as a suspect when he provided details of a dream to authorities in which a young woman was violently murdered; details which paralleled the crime scene. The problem, Steve Linscott was innocent. Sentenced to 40 years, DNA evide…
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While holidays are generally joyous occasions, for many they become times of sadness; a reminder of loved ones no longer with us. This sadness can become more pronounced if loved ones pass around the holiday. Aside from the loss of loved ones, many of us experience other forms of distress; from health issues, to financial troubles including loss of…
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As children we remember being excited about the first snow of the season. The first snow meant winter was here, and with winter comes Christmas. We also remember how time seemed to slow down as we anticipated the coming day. Likewise, any mother knows the anticipation of bringing a child into the world. And with this anticipation comes a season of …
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As Paul opens his letter to the church in Colossae, he begins by offering praise and thanksgiving for this local body of believers. He writes, "We give thanks to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always for you, since we heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and the love which you have for all the saints, because of the hope laid up f…
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In January, 1973, a man in the Dominican Republic volunteered to be crucified as a sacrifice for world peace. With a goal of remaining on the cross, his efforts were cut short due to an infection he developed in his right foot. Following this event, one headline read, "Crucifixion for World Peace Falls Short." Continuing our look at peace with God,…
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Scripture is clear that the natural state of mankind is at enmity with God. Simply put, we are enemies. And yet, Scripture also says that we can have peace with God. How is this possible? Can we have peace with God by living a good life, free from sin? Can we have peace with God through church, either through our church affiliation, attendance or f…
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In 1 Samuel 15, the Lord instructs King Saul to utterly destroy the Amalekites, "for what he did to Israel, how he ambushed him on the way when he came up from Egypt." (1 Samuel 15:2 NKJV). This included destroying all people and all livestock. When Samuel joined Saul following the victory, the king boasted of his faithfulness to do all that the Lo…
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The message of the Gospel is like the check engine light on our car. Many ignore it, but the consequences can be catastrophic. The Gospel message calls us out for our sin. To ignore the message of the Gospel has eternal consequences. Through this message, the believer is called to be a peacemaker. But this does not mean we compromise on the truth f…
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The modern world, if it considers God's existence, likes to emphasize God as love. But it must be recognized that God's wrath and judgment are just a crucial. And while we are in the day of grace, we must recognize that God still hates sin and that He does not, and will not, simply sweep sin under the rug. In Lamentations, the prophet is forced to …
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A Christian woman was frequently heard praying for her food by her atheistic neighbor. He frequently taunted her for her foolish trust in, and devotion to, a God who didn't exist. When she ran out of groceries, she again turned in prayer to the Lord for help and thanking Him for how He would work. Again overhearing this, the neighbor went out and b…
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As Paul returned to Jerusalem, he faced charges from Jews of heresy, of teaching things contrary to Moses and the Law. This charge led to threats of flogging. For those who would hold to salvation by grace through faith, we may face the same kind of accusations the the culture. As Paul addressed the crowd, he assured them that the Gospel he preache…
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Throughout Jesus' ministry he frequently encountered people with questions. In some cases, these questions were intended to trap Jesus in a logical or theological error. In other cases, however, people came with genuine interest seeking genuine answers. In today's passage we see both. Regardless of the intent, God ensured these questions were recor…
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A post on Facebook once cited a study which suggested that, on average, we swallow four spiders per year in our sleep. People shared the related posts and the story spread. The problem was, the supposed study was, itself, was part of a study to see how quickly information can spread on the internet. What we do see through these types of interaction…
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One of the most common terms used to describe the salvation experience is to be "born again." As Christians, we commonly refer to ourselves as, "born again believers." However, even within Christendom, this idea of being born again as a requirement to enter into God's kingdom is frequently a point of contention. For those outside the church, it bec…
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Throughout Paul's second letter to the church in Thessalonica, we have drawn lessons regarding God's righteous judgment. We considered His righteous judgment toward those who believe in Jesus Christ and toward those who reject Jesus as savior. We considered His righteous judgment regarding the end times in the final condemnation of Satan and those …
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