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April 19

April 19, 2023

Luke 17:1-19   “It is impossible that no offenses should come.” Well, isn’t that the truth?   As long as we live on the earth, people will get offended at Christ and at you. Something on the inside of us

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February 20

February 20, 2024

Mark 3:22-35   In Mark 3:22-27, the scribes accuse Jesus of being demon possessed. In verses 28-30, Jesus addresses the unpardonable sin, which is a rejection of eternal salvation. If you want to read more on the

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February 19

February 19, 2024

Mark 3:1-21   In Mark 3:1-6, Jesus healed a man’s hand, but He does it on the Sabbath, when no work was to be done. The Sabbath was also for grace and rest. Jesus extended the grace of God through faith when He

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February 18

February 18, 2024

Mark 2   Mark writes about Jesus healing the paralytic, choosing a tax collector as one of the twelve disciples, and then He is questioned about fasting and the Sabbath.   In verses 21 and 22, Jesus speaks about

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February 17

February 17, 2024

Mark 1:23-45   In verses 29-31, Mark wrote about Peter’s mother-in-law’s healing, writing that her fever “immediately” left her. Mark used the word “immediately” forty-two times in his book, more than all

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February 16

February 16, 2024

Mark 1:1-22   The author of this book is not named; however, from early church history, it was accepted that Mark wrote this Gospel. Mark, also known as John Mark, was a close associate of Peter (1 Peter 5:13) and a

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February 15

February 15, 2024

Matthew 28   It was Sunday, the day after the Jewish Sabbath (Saturday). The stone in front of the tomb had been sealed. An earthquake occurred and opened the seal. An angel came to roll away the stone, opening it

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