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Watershed Books The Art of Forgiving 02 The Three Stages We explore the three stages of forgiving that we all must go through if we are to experience the gift of healing that forgiveness brings.
The Art of Forgiving by Lewis B. Smedes is one of the books that transformed my walk in Christ and my relationships to the past, the people, and the present health of my emotional state towards them all. In this series we will be discussing the chapters of Smedes amazingly practical handbook on the process and gift of forgiving. I hope that you will join us in the discussion led by Chris Wood
Watershed Books The Art of Forgiving by Lewis B. Smedes is one of the books that transformed my walk in Christ and my relationships to the past, the people, and the present health of my emotional state towards them all. In this series we will be discussing the chapters of Smedes amazingly practical handbook on the process and gift of forgiving. I hope that you will join us in the discussion led by Chris Wood
Paul opens this letter of the New Testament in a different way than any of his other letters, replacing the traditional Thanksgiving section with a Eulogy or Barukah of Great Praise for what God has blessed us with in Christ. We look at the OT background to this poem and the Trinitarian twist that Paul puts on it.
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Chris Wood discusses Paul's Letter to The Ephesians and the issues surrounding authorship of the book by Paul, and the nature of the letter, is it a general essay or a letter to a specific congregation at Ephesus?
Every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven man, except for this one unforgivable sin according to Jesus in Matt 12:22-32. So we dig into the context to try and see if we can determine what exactly Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit actually means.
John 5:4 in the King James Version of the Scriptures is one of the most enigmatic and puzzling passages in the account of Jesus' life. What exactly does it mean that an Angel troubled the waters and those who were disabled had to compete to get into the water first so they might be healed? Was this of God? Why don't other translations have this verse?? What in the world is going on here? Let's dig in and find out!
Why are there so many different bibles? It's a common question for those who don't understand the nature of translation, or the manuscript evidence of the Scriptures that are being discovered all the time. In this Q&A video I discuss oral tradition, the TaNaK, The difference between Translation and Interpretation, and then we give you several book suggestions for further study.
The Bible is the greatest champion of the dignity of woman that the world has known. In examining the first 17 verses of Matthew and the genealogy of Jesus we see we see woman doing desperate things in desperate situations and being championed by God Himself.
Chris Wood discusses the history of Advent and what it means, what it is, as well as how it is practiced and observed. Then the discussion turns to celebrating holidays in general and the sick sinful practice of sowing insecurity and doubts in those who want to celebrate Jesus for the holiday season.
Biblical hope is not like optimism or a focus on circumstances and outcomes here on Earth. Chris Wood explores the kind of hope that could trust in God in spite of horrible oppression and even death on a cross.
Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Advent week 2 has us reflecting on Faith tonight. Biblical faith is never just a blind leap into the dark, nor is it a feeling. Faith is the willingness to act because you are convinced by God's faithful actions in the past that the goodness for which you hope, it is TRUE.
Peace is the focus of Advent week 4 and the reflections on the coming of the Lord into the world this week. The Peace that Jesus gives is NOT like the world gives peace. So, what does that mean? What is the peace of Christ that surpasses understanding?