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Advent Week 2: Love

Love came to us, not as a feeling, but as a person. As God Incarnate. This week's advent video helps us meditate on that truth.

JA Show: Southeast Asia

This week we focus on the region of Southeast Asia,
where of the 288 languages spoken in this region,
220 of these still do not have an audio recording of the Bible.
Morgan Jackson, director of Faith Comes by Hearing, shares
what happens when people hear the words of Jesus in their own
language for the very first time.

GodTV: A Look at the Days of Creation

There is much debate regarding the actual "days" of creation in Genesis 1 and 2. This week we explore the questions surrounding whether these refer to 24 hour days, long periods of time, or simply poetry with no reference to time.

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EP 3 | Southeast Asia | God's Word to the World



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Ep 1 | A Look at the Days of Creation | Step by Step Through Creation


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Daily Journey: December 8th

Ezekiel 31:1-32:32; Revelation 1:1-20

Thought from Today’s Old Testament Passage: [Chapter 31] The prophecy of this chapter, as the two chapters before, is against Egypt, and designed for the humbling and mortifying of Pharaoh. In passing sentence upon great criminals it is usual to consult precedents, and to see what has been done to others in the like case, which serves both to direct and to justify the proceedings. Pharaoh stands indicted at the bar of divine justice for his pride and haughtiness, and the injuries he had done to God’s people; but he thinks himself so high, so great, as not to be accountable to any authority, so strong, and so well guarded, as not to be conquerable by any force. The prophet is therefore directed to make a report to him of the case of the king of Assyria, whose head city was Nineveh. I. He must show him how great a monarch the king of Assyria had been, what a vast empire he had, what a mighty sway he bore; the king of Egypt, great as he was could not go beyond him (v. 3-9). II. He must then show him how like he was to the king of Assyria in pride and carnal security (v. 10). III. He must next read him the history of the fall and ruin of the king of Assyria, what a noise it made among the nations and what a warning it gave to all potent princes to take heed of pride (v. 11–17). IV. He must leave the king of Egypt to apply all this to himself, to see his own face in the looking-glass of the king of Assyria’s sin, and to foresee his own fall through the perspective glass of his ruin (v. 18). Matthew Henry, Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Bible (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers) 1997.

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