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CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: I Will Give You Rest – pg. 1 Religious Games – pg. 2 Faith is a Choice – pg. 6 Forwarding to the Future – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8
The following is a transcript of a live interview with Brad Jersak by Greg Albrecht on the meaning of the Cross Greg Albrecht: Hello everyone, this is Greg Albrecht. We're going to remember and discuss our Lord's ultimate sacrifice for us and reflect on his life, death, burial and of course the significance and meaning of his resurrection. Helping us with his insights and observations is Brad Jersak. Brad is Senior Editor of our magazines and a Christ-centered professor, speaker and author from Abbotsford, British Columbia. Brad, in one sense it seems to me that these two events, the crucifixion and the resurrection, are the crowning jewels ...
God designed the old covenant with built in obsolescence, removing any and all veils that hide or obscure our relationship with him.
In this first of a series about the New Covenant, we focus on Jesus Christ as its core and foundation.
CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Two Parades – pg. 1 A Son or a Hired Hand? – pg. 2 Grace Notes – pg. 5 No More Gatekeepers – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8 CLICK on MAGAZINE COVER BELOW for Flipping Page Format
Articles: Beatitudes--Part 3 - page 1 Grace Is Senseless, Irrational and Absurd - page 2 What's New about the New Covenant? - page 5 Calling in the Pros - page 7
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: John - page 1 Grace A Lot or Grace Alone? - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 3 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible: Part 3 - page 6 Grandma Taught Me - page 7
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: Luke - page 1 Unsnatchable! - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 2 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible...Part 2 - page 6 Tangled Trees - page 7
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: Mark - page 1 Everything for Nothing - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 1 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible: Part 1 - page 6 Seeking the Kingdom? - page 7
Massacre of the Infants - Rubens They arrived in Jerusalem with their camel caravan after spending more than a month on the road. These wealthy and wise men called the Magi were clearly men of means—their style of travel was the first-century equivalent to a sleek, sophisticated Motorhome more than it was an ancient VW bus. On-the-street speculation about the purpose of this visit quickly ended when these dignitaries started to inquire about a newly born king of the Jews to whom they had come to pay homage. Herod (the Great) was more than a little interested when he heard what had brought these esteemed men all the way to his ...