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Fathering: Our Convenience or Their Good? (Hebrews 11:32 - 12:11)

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This Father's Day message emphasizes one of the fundamental aspects of finishing the race well - that of being a disciplined leader in the home. Fathers should come home to lead and not to rest - to accept the challenges of biblical child-rearing.

http://feeds.bible.org/lawrence_bill/blawrence_fathering-convenience.mp3
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Getting Married or Know Someone who is?

It is Summer... That means it is time for couples to bind their lives together in Christ!

Here are some free bible.org helpful resources for Pastors and those preparing to get married or who have friends that will be this summer:

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17. No Dead End (Exodus 14:1-31)

Exodus (part seventeen)

They trusted God to lead them. Now they regret it. The Israelites fleeing from the Egyptians find themselves caught between the undefeatable Egyptian army and the impassable Red Sea. They feel trapped, punished for trusting in God and following Him blindly. But just when they feel most hopeless, God delivers them and shows them that this was His plan all along. He wants us to trust Him; He wants to deliver us; He wants the credit and glory to be unmistakably and exclusively His when He does.

http://feeds.bible.org/jeff_miller/exodus/Miller_Exodus_17.mp3
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11. Dangers That Damage Your Marriage (Ephesians 5:15-17)

Expository study of the Christian Family: Because we live in evil times, avoid the world’s dangers and apply God’s wisdom to your marriage.

http://feeds.bible.org/steve_cole/christianfamily/cole_christianfamily_11.mp3
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16. A Fresh Start (Exodus 13:1-22)

Exodus (part sixteen)

The Israelites have begun their exodus from Egypt. They have travelled the first leg of their long journey. But while Egypt may soon be behind them, they have no idea what lies ahead of them. Like us, the Israelites will demonstrate a natural tendency to return to their painful past instead of moving forward into their unknown future. God is offering them a hopeful fresh start—if they will only trust Him and follow where He leads. With the turning of the calendar we are facing a new year, and God may be offering you a hopeful fresh start. Will you trust Him with your unknown future and follow where He leads?

http://feeds.bible.org/jeff_miller/exodus/Miller_Exodus_16.mp3
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A New Beginning

The Scriptures often speak of a fresh start or new beginning. We are reminded of this at the onset of earth’s history, for “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1). The apostle John uses similar language with regard the role of Christ in all of this:

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Traducido al español por: Kerry-Ann Chambers

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