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We begins our 8-week series on WHAT IS TO COME—the Rapture, the Tribulation, the Second Coming, the Kingdom, death and HEAVEN and HELL
And this Sunday is “What happens NEXT”, the Rapture—make certain you don’t miss this Sunday or you may face the Tribulation
We will x-ray the difference between a healthy Christian and a sick Christian, which is also the difference between a healthy church and a sick church.
According to the word of God, Perfectionism is unattainable (Romans 3:23-29). Independent work apart from Christ cannot satisfy. What our kids need the most is a mom who walks with Jesus.
GROWING and GLORIFYING
We celebrate the NEW RESURRECTION BODY from 1 Corinthians 15; also, to proclaim the Gospel to those who do not know Christ.
This week in 2 Peter 3 Peter gets a second opinionfrom another well-known apostle, the apostle Paul, on the second coming and end times.
We continue with 2 Peter 3 with the FRUIT produced from anticipation of Christ’s return.
We launch into the first of 8 major CHANGES that occur in the life of a believer who lives in anticipation of the 2nd Coming of Christ and we’ll learn about LIVING FOR ETERNITY!
All is rooted in our gratitude to God for what He did for us. if we are living life thinking of what Christ did for us … that should impact us, unite us, change the way we function together … it’s transformative; nothing can be the same.
Dr. ALEX MONTOYA will teach on A Passion for Godliness.
We will open up the second half of 2 Peter 3, with an overview of the verses 11-18 and the compelling changes which come to life when focused on the second coming of Christ—so much is different when we live with an eternal perspective.
Peter answers the accusation as to why God is taking so long to return by listing profound descriptions of God’s character.