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 Newsletter - December 22, 2014

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  1. The Christmas that Almost Wasn't (Rev. 12:1-5) 

    Herod's slaughter of the innocents was one of many Satanic attempts to thwart the divine plan of redemption in Christ. [1 hour 13 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  2. Revelation - Part 6 

    Andy discusses events during the first half of the tribulation period as recorded in chapters 7, 8, 9, 10, and the beginning of chapter 11. [28 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  3. Revelation - Part 7 

    Andy discusses chapters 11, 12, and 13 concerning God's work with Israel during the Tribulation as well as the rise of the Antichrist. [28 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  4. God's Breaking Process (John 18:10-11) 

    God begins to reveal Peter's failures and limitations in preparation for a more effective ministry in the future. [1 hour 10 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  5. The Long Wait for Messiah (Luke 2:1-15) 

    On a very special night, the heavenly host broke in upon shepherds to announce the long-awaited birth of Messiah. God's people longed for this momentous event which fulfilled predictions given thousands of years earlier! [56 minutes]

    Tony Garland

  6. A Christmas Carol 

    Deb explains the origin of the famous Christmas carol, "Silent Night."

    Deb Garland

  7. Covenants: Clarity, Ambiguity, and Faith 

    Covenants provide solemn clarity about specific matters between the covenanting parties. If either party was tempted to drift they could be called back to the words of the covenant which they had entered into and reminded of their obligations.

    Paul Henebury

  8. Q256 : Verifying New Testament Teaching Prior to the Close of the Canon 

    How could Jewish Christians know to trust Apostolic teaching concerning the end of the Old Covenant when the New Testament canon had not yet been finalized?

    Tony Garland

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