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THE BIBLE LAB IS INTERACTIVE, LIVE
& ONLINE THIS SATURDAY!
WE WILL HAVE A LIVE, INTERACTIVE SESSION THIS SATURDAY AT 10:30 AM (PST)!
Please click on the two links above: One to a YouTube Live channel where we will have a VERY INTERACTIVE experience with YOU at home! The second link above will allow you to interact in real-time with the questions, the "Yes/No/Maybe" statements, and many new innovative segments of our conversation. This second link will allow you to click on the screen of your smartphone, tablet or computer, and you will see how your responses stack up against everyone else tuning in at that moment. Plan on watching the YouTube Live on one device, and use another for the interactive parts of the experience. Everyone who is watching will want to have access to a smartphone, tablet or computer so that they can tap on their screens to interact. Also, click "Subscribe" on the YouTube video to make sure that you stay up to date with any last minute changes.
In preparation for our conversation, please READ the following passage and questions:
READ Matthew 5:23 & 24(NIV)
23 “Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother or sister has something against you, 24 leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to them; then come and offer your gift.
• Do you think Jesus is using exaggeration here, or is he actually asking us to leave worship and seek forgiveness from others before seeking forgiveness from God?
• What are our greatest challenges and what rational thoughts come to mind as we seriously try to implement this?
• Will God truly not forgive us if we do not seek forgiveness of other humans we have offended?
• What does it say about God’s character that He would make this such a serious step in His forgiveness process?
I sure can't wait to interact with you this coming Saturday!
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“Forgiveness” Kim Phuc understands better than most the devastation of war and how difficult it can be to forgive after such horror. Informally referred to as “the Napalm girl”, she was the little girl depicted in the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph showing her at nine years of age running naked on a road after being severely burned on her back by a South Vietnamese napalm attack. Her story of forgiveness is not one you will soon forget.
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