Tag Archives: studying the Bible

Getting the right Jesus

When God moves upon a generation, divisions dissolve. Denominations become irrelevant. All that matters is: Do you know Jesus? Jesus is the central figure in the church, in the Bible, and, indeed, in all of human history. We calculate the … Continue reading

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Good out of bad

Last night we had our first International Online Video Conferencing Bible Study and it was a huge success. Fifteen people took part with representatives from the U.S. and Canada. It was a meeting that would have been “illegal” — or … Continue reading

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When God gives you something special from His word

If you read yesterday’s Catch, you were introduced to a concept in studying the Bible that should be common to us all as a means by which the word of God becomes real to us. I’m speaking of when you … Continue reading

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