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Absorbing the Truth

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My Atonement

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In this lesson, Psalm 24 is one section of scripture the lesson uses to explore the nature or character of a worshiper who is acceptable to God.  True and sincere worshipers demonstrate three characteristics as seen in Psalm 24: a right relationship with God, respectful reverence towards God, and a relevant response to God.  The lesson concludes with encouragement from Psalm 95 to “Come let us worship and bow down; Let us kneel before our God, our maker.”

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He Still Came

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In this continuing series on Building Bridges, and specifically to God in this lesson, the distinct nature of God and worship is explored.  The nature of worship, understanding biblical worship, and the central object of worship are the focused topics covered in this lesson, which challenges us to look deeply into our motivations and ideas of what acceptable worship is, and how this influences our lives.  The lesson concludes with the encouragement to soberly evaluate our attitudes and actions with the goal of being true worshipers, who give God their “best”.

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Lions in the Shadow

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Simply stated, the purpose of a bridge is to bring people and things together.  This lesson explores the idea of building a bridge between God and men. The two major themes of the lesson are learning “Who is God?” and delving into the central core of God’s nature, the attribute of love.  The lesson concludes with the encouragement to trust in God’s steadfast, faithful love.

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Building A Bridge

Physical bridges are built to bring people and things together, and they are designed to be beneficial to man.  In the spiritual sense, bridges are also needed to connect us to one another and to God relationally. This lesson begins a series of studies exploring bridges to God, our community, and in our relationships.  Covered in this first study are the concepts of bridges as symbols, walls as symbols, Christ the bridge builder, and Christians should be bridge builders. The lesson concludes with the idea that bridges need to be repaired at times, and the encouragement that the most important bridge to cross is the one Christ built on the cross.

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