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March 26, 2019
Dr. Bill Mounce

How Big is Your God? (1 of 52)

Life has a way of making God small in our eyes. We go through painful times, or get busy and focused on the details of life, or we become overly-impressed with ourselves and think we are in fact the center of the universe. There are many things that can make God seem small, and at the same can often seem to make our problems big. Genesis 1 helps us to lift up our eyes, see the enormity of God, and trust him in the difficult times of life.
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March 22, 2019

What do "person" and "blessed" mean in Psalm 1?

How should the words 'person' and 'blessed' be translated in Psalm 1? Is blessed the same as 'happy?' Why is it so important that you have a correct definition? How can you consider yourself as 'blessed' even in the 'unhappy' times?
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March 21, 2019
Dr. Bill Mounce

Jesus Swings the Gate Open (3 of 5)

While our sin keeps the gate shut, it is hinged on the post of God's love, and the latch is released by the work of Christ on the cross. But there is only one gate that leads to life; God does not have any other son apart from Jesus Christ.
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March 20, 2019
Dr. Robert Stein

Why does Paul write his letter to the Romans?

Why does Paul write a letter to the Romans? There are a number of reasons, not just a single one. One reason is that he wants to be assisted by them as he goes to Spain on a mission trip. But above all, he writes as the apostle to the Gentiles because of the grace that has been given to them, to write to establish them, and to make sure things are going well at the church in Rome because that’s his responsibility. He had a unique view of his apostleship.
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March 19, 2019
Dr. Bill Mounce

Don’t Run from Pain

What do you do when pain comes? The fact of the matter is that pain -- physical, emotional, spiritual -- is one of the greatest tools the Lord has to conform us to the image of his Son, to grow us up spiritually. The absence of pain is not God’s greatest good; I don’t see it listed anywhere in the Bible as a good thing. The goal of life is to grow in the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22–23) and so grow into the likeness of Jesus (2 Corinthians 3:18). Pain helps us do this.
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