YDR: Part 09 – A Temple

This past Sunday, we had a chance to look at a variety of things regarding the places God has chosen to live.  We looked at the Tabernacle, Solomon’s Temple, Herod’s Temple, and finally, the idea that Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 6:19…

“Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you…”

If you’re listening to the podcast, you might want to follow along with the PowerPoint, as it helps a lot to give an idea of the things we’re talking about.  Check it out below, or download it with this link.

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Your DYNAMIC Role: “Rich and Poor”

One of the most curious things Jesus says about entrance into the Kingdom of God is that it’s impossible for the rich.

He says bluntly, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God…With man it is impossible…” -Mark 10:25, 27

Like most of the truths in the Bible, this one has multiple layers, many facets, different ways to understand it.

Here’s ONE to consider…

Read moreYour DYNAMIC Role: “Rich and Poor”

GRAPHIC – Kingdom verses comparison

In doing a study on “The Kingdom of God”, I wanted to show visually the comparison between each of the Gospels, in terms of how often they talked about “The Kingdom”. This PDF is the result. I’ve left in verse references, but stripped out section headings or other things not directly related to the text. I’ve also removed verses that mention the word “kingdom”, but that are not related to “The Kingdom of God/Heaven”. The numbers next to each book name are the number of times that Gospel mentions “The Kingdom”. Enjoy!

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  • GRAPHIC – The meta-narrative

    Did you know Scripture has a storyline?

    This is the graphic used in part 01 of the teaching series “Your DYNAMIC Role in the Kingdom of God”. It illustrates one of many “Meta-Narrative” frameworks that can be used to understand the broader scope of Scripture. Check out more at http://www.postmodernpreaching.net/metanarrative.htm

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