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  • 1. Pursuing God In Bible Study

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2010
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    Bible study is profitable because 1)Scripture is Inspired & Inerrant 2)Profitable for Teaching. 3) Profitable for Reproof. 4)Profitable for Correction. 5)Profitable for Training in Righteousness. 6)Profitable for Competency & Equipping

    With the 2010 Winter Olympics about to begin in British Columbia, the world is focused on excellence. For an Olympic athlete, competing in an Olympics takes hard work, focus and determination. Scripture often describes the Christian life in such terms. In running the race, we are to aim for the ...read more

  • 2. Pursuing God In Giving

    Contributed on Jan 31, 2010
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    1) The Danger of False Righteousness. 2) The Practice and Reward of False Giving 3) The Practice and Reward of True Giving

    With the recent earthquake in Haiti, there has been a world wide outpouring of assistance. In Canada and the United States we just saw two telethons, where celebrities participated to raise funds. One curious phenomena was the participation of John Travolta. "I have arranged for a plane to take ...read more

  • 3. The Audience & Content Of Prayer

    Contributed on Feb 8, 2010
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    The true and false audience and content of prayer

    Why do many athletes pray before they compete? I’ve noticed with mixed martial arts fights, fighters gather with their trainers and recite the Lord’s prayer before a fight. Those that trash talk before a fight, putting down their opponent, are not the ones that I see praying. But the fighters who ...read more

  • 4. Glorifying God In Prayer

    Contributed on Feb 14, 2010
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    1) God’s Purpose 2) God’s Paternity 3) God’s Priority 4) God’s Program & 5) God’s Plan for prayer

    At the foot of a huge metal rendition of the Olympic rings in Whistler, tea lights burn in front of the now-damp photo of a dead athlete. The sudden, horrifying death of Nodar Kumaritashvili has sparked angry charges from his father in Georgia that his son died on a dangerous Luge track. The entire ...read more

  • 5. God’s Provision In Prayer

    Contributed on Feb 28, 2010
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    1) the substance, 2) the source, 3) the supplication, 4) the seekers, & 5) the schedule of requesting God’s provision.

    One of the most controversial elements of this winter’s Olympics has been Canada’s "Own the Podium" program. Not being content with record amounts of medals, the Canadian Olympic officials sought to have the most medals of any country. Was it greedy? When we consider what we have, why should we ...read more

  • 6. Prayer For Forgiveness And From Temptation

    Contributed on Mar 7, 2010

    In the Prayer for Forgiveness and from Temptation we can see: 1) God’s Pardon, 2) God’s Protection, 3) God’s Preeminence & 4) God’s Postscript.

    With the closing of the Olympic Games and the forthcoming Paralympics coming, people are reflecting on the success and challenges of the games. One of the interesting legacies from the games was the hyper-critical treatment Canada received from the British press. With forthcoming Olympics to be ...read more

  • 7. Pretentious Verses Proper Fasting

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2010

    Fasting must be done so for the right reasons, and Jesus contrasts 1) Pretentious (Matthew 6:16) against 2) Proper Fasting (Matthew 6:17-18)

    With the start of the Paralympics in Vancouver, one factor that has been stressed is the fact that the athletes competing should be considered as athletes just as much as their able bodied competitors who just finished. The Para Olympians train, and diet like their other Olympic cohorts. For many ...read more

  • 8. Solitude

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2010
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    1) The Straining from a lack of Solitude (1 Kings 19:1-4), 2) The Strengthening from Solitude (1 Kings 19:5-8), 3) The Searching from Solitude (1 Kings 19:9-14), &, 4) The Sending from Solitude (1 Kings 19:15-18)

    With the conclusion of the Olympics and Paralympics, one of the most trying adjustments that athletes and spectators alike claim is an emptiness after the games. With such preparation and excitement, it really means a change of gears for people. Likewise, the prophet Elijah in 1 Kings 19 was ...read more