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“Simple Salvation”

What does God see in us? Why would He give any attention to the likes of us, who constantly rebel and disobey? His answer: because He loves us and desires to be with us for eternity! He considers us a treasure! May we consider Him ours!

Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

Romans 10:13 (ESV)

SCRIPTURES USED:

  • Romans 10:5-17

“’X’ Marks the Spot”

What does God see in us? Why would He give any attention to the likes of us, who constantly rebel and disobey? His answer: because He loves us and desires to be with us for eternity! He considers us a treasure! May we consider Him ours!

You are a people holy to the LORD your God.

Deuteronomy 7:6 (ESV)

SCRIPTURES USED:

  • Matthew 13:44-46;
  • Deuteronomy 7:6-9

REVELATION – Session 9

Daniel Heitshusen answers a question about The Harlot in Revelation 17 and “666”.

“The Harlot” in Revelation 17 & “666”

Hey LifeBridge!

Today we’ll dive into Revelation 17 with the harlot.

Unfortunately today will be our last round with Revelation. I’m sorry if I didn’t get to one of your questions, and I so wish I could have done this in person with you. But I hope you’ve all enjoyed it!

You’ll find below some links to other online resources (certainly not all). Hopefully some of that is helpful.

LINKS:

“Roundup”

There will be struggles and things in this world hurt, and challenge us. That’s a certainty. The Devil sows weeds to choke us. In fact, all of Creation is suffering due to sin. But as certain as sin and Satan are, their destruction is assured – as is our eternal life!

Hold on tight! He’s got you!

The Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.

Romans 8:26b (ESV)

SCRIPTURES USED:

  • Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
  • Romans 8:18-27

REVELATION – Session 7 – Symbolism

Daniel Heitshusen answers a question about symbolism in Scripture.

Symbolism in Revelation & Scripture

Today we answer a question posed about symbolism.

How do we know what’s symbolic and what isn’t? We’ll jump into that today.

Thank y’all for your patience with me as we go through this relatively slowly. We’ll get to two (hopefully) more questions next week. Please leave any additional or new questions in the comments bellow OR on the Google Form (forms.gle/6ev4k7Rv5svQuJjw8). Your questions will be kept anonymous.

“It’s OK to HAVE SEX but …”

Today in our “It’s OK to … but …” series: SEX.

Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous.

Hebrews 13:4 (ESV)

Sex is one of the great gifts of God – and one of the most abused. Abused from misuse and abused from vilification.

How – and why – do we, as Christians, recapture the beauty and joy given and found in this wonderful and intimate act?

Join us and find out!

SCRIPTURES USED:

  • 1 Corinthians 6:12-20
  • 1 Corinthians 7:1-9
  • Hebrews 13:4
  • Proverbs 5:15-20

REVELATION – Session 6 – Chapters 17-20

Daniel Heitshusen goes through Revelation chapters 17-20.

Revelation, Chapters 17-20

Today we finish up the reading of Revelation with chapters 17-22.

Next week we will begin going more in-depth/answering any questions you may have. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them bellow, OR you can fill out this Google Form: https://forms.gle/6ev4k7Rv5svQuJjw8. I cannot promise that I will answer every question, but I will do my best to read through them all and at least provide resources for them.

Feel free to follow along in your own Bible or on your own tablet, phone, etc.

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