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Pr. Justin Kim and his five friends discuss the latest inVerse Bible study guide topics for young adults. This podcast is a joint production of the Sabbath School / Personal Ministries Dept. of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Hope Channel International. Find more info at inversebible.org, hopetv.org/inverse, or @inversebible on social media outlets.
 
A weekly discussion of the Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath School lesson based on the Adult Sabbath School Quarterly and driven by always asking, "What does this say about God?" (and by having a commitment that each person can and should discover the truth for himself or herself). This is the standard quality mp3 feed.
 
Most of us eat everyday (some of us too much), because yesterday’s food is not enough to supply energy for today’s needs. Why, then, do some of us expect yesterday’s portion of heavenly manna, the Word of God, to keep us through today’s challenges? On this program, we are going to change all that – let’s experience God’s Words today and receive the power we need to live healthy, vibrant lives. Welcome to Your Daily Portion, with your host, Author/Speaker, L. David Harris. Note: This is a dai ...
 
Come and Reason Bible study class meets Saturday mornings at 10:15am on the campus of Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN (18 miles east of Chattanooga). Class participants discuss topical subjects of the Bible and about the true character of God. 75-100 people from late teens up to retirees attend the class taught by Dr. Tim Jennings and other members of the class from time-to-time.
 
The Come and Reason Bible study class meets Saturday mornings at 10:15am in the Seminar Room of Collegedale SDA Church on the campus of Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN (18 miles east of Chattanooga). Class participants discuss topical subjects of the Bible and about the true character of God. Up to 160 people from late teens up to retirees attend the class taught by Dr. Tim Jennings (and other members of the class from time-to-time).
 
Health for the body, mind, and spirit. If you want to have a meaningful and fulfilling life, this Podcast is for you. You will find some amazing things coming from an ordinary man who loves to search for that which is true and good for us. We are body, mind, and spirit and if we want a really good life we need to address all aspects of our beings.
 
Echo Community Church is a church in White Marsh, MD serving our community all around Perry Hall, White Marsh, Parkville, and beyond. We are all about being and making disciples of Jesus and promise simple worship, solid teaching, and safe programs for your whole family. We would love to have you as our guest! Service starts at 10:00 AM every Sunday! www.EchoChurchOnline.com
 
Join Caro and Maddie as they try and tackle the third degree; the phD! The Third Degree is a podcast about the culture of graduate school in science. One recently graduated phD stude nt, and one brand new phD student offer their perspectives on the real struggles and highlights of being a phD student in science.
 
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အသက်ရှင်လျက်ကျေးဇူးမသိတတ်၍မှောင်မိုက်၌သေနေသူ။ကြာသပတေးနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
Nothing to Fear When We Fear God Himself (Isa. 8:11–15) In his first inaugural address, on March 4, 1933, American President Franklin D. Roosevelt told a nation disheartened by the Great Depression, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Isaiah’s message to depressed people is: we have nothing to fear when we fear God Himself. God warned …
 
WCF 13-I. They who are once effectually called and regenerated, having a new heart and a new spirit created in them, are further sanctified, really and personally, through the virtue of Christ's death and resurrection,-a- by His Word and Spirit dwelling in them--b- the dominion of the whole body of sin is destroyed,-c- and the several lusts thereof…
 
ဘုရားရှင်ကိုကြောက်ရွံ့လျှင်အခြားမည်သည့်အရာကိုမျှကြောက်ရန်မလို။ဗုဒ္ဓဟူးနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
What You Need to Know to Start Homeschooling Description & Show Notes Once you have made the decision to start homeschooling, where do you begin? Have you ever wished that someone would just give you a checklist so you could mark off the steps to get your homeschool off the ground? Pull up your comfy chair and listen in while our panel of veteran h…
 
A devotional where we look at the connection between courage, fear and obedience, and where we discuss how essential a relationship with God is. Isaiah 43:2 KJV When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall …
 
What’s in a Name? (Isa. 8:1–10) Can you imagine playing a ball game with Isaiah’s second boy? By the time you could say “Maher-shalal-hash-baz, throw me the ball!” it would be too late. But even longer than his name is its meaning: “swift is booty, speedy is prey” or “speed the spoil, hasten the plunder.” The message of the name clearly has to do w…
 
နာမည်တစ်ခု၌မည်သည့်အရာပါရှိနေသနည်း။အင်္ဂါနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
Foreseen Consequences (Isa. 7:17–25) Read the above verses. What is the Lord describing that will happen to the land? Why should we not be surprised at this outcome? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ “Invitation upon invitation was sent to erring Israel to return to their all…
 
အကျိုးဆက်များကိုကြိုတင်မြင်ခြင်း။တနင်္လာနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
Prophecy Fulfilled (Isa. 7:14–16) In Isaiah 7:14–16, Immanuel is a sign linked to the specific dilemma of Ahaz: before the child Immanuel would be old enough to decide between different kinds of food, “the land before whose two kings you are in dread will be deserted” (Isa. 7:16, NRSV). This refers to the land and kings of Syria and northern Israel…
 
အနာဂတ္တိစကားပြည့်စုံလာခြင်း။တနင်္ဂနွေနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
Read for This Week’s Study: Isa. 7:14–16, Isa. 7:17–25, Isa. 8:1–10, Isa. 8:11–15, Isa. 8:16–22. Memory Text: “I will wait on the L ord , who hides His face from the house of Jacob; and I will hope in Him” (Isaiah 8:17, NKJV). A t a burning building in New York City’s Harlem, a blind girl was perched on a fourth-floor window. The firemen had become…
 
The Hard Way Review of Lesson #4 of the 1st Quarter of 2021 The full Sabbath School Lesson can be found here: https://ssnet.org/lessons/21a/less04m.html The focus for this quarter is on the book of Isaiah, and its messages to God's people. Throughout this lesson study quarter, we will occasionally be referencing the “The Key Principles of Effective…
 
Further Thought: “ ‘His name shall be called Immanuel, . . . God with us.’ ‘The light of the knowledge of the glory of God’ is seen ‘in the face of Jesus Christ.’ From the days of eternity the Lord Jesus Christ was one with the Father; He was ‘the image of God,’ the image of His great- ness and majesty, ‘the outshining of His glory.’ It was to mani…
 
“God Is With Us”! (Isa. 7:14) Like the name of Isaiah’s children (Shear-jashub, “a remnant shall return,” and Maher-shalal-hash-baz, which means “swift is booty, speedy is prey”), the name of Immanuel has a meaning. It is literally “with us God.” But the commonly accepted translation “God with us” misses something important. As with other Hebrew na…
 
Sign of a Son (Isa. 7:14) An offer of a sign as “deep as Sheol or high as heaven” (Isa. 7:11, NRSV) did not move Ahaz. So, when God says He Himself will come up with a sign (Isa. 7:14), we expect it to have breathtaking dimensions that only the divine imagination could devise (compare Isa. 55:9, 1 Cor. 2:9). Surprise! The sign is a son. But how cou…
 
Chart Your Path from Public School to Homeschool Description & Show Notes Now more than ever, you might be faced with some very real and urgent decisions to make about your children’s education. Perhaps you’ve never even considered homeschooling as an option for your family. Or perhaps you have known that you need to make a change for your kids, an…
 
A short study where we dig into who it was exactly that King Saul was speaking to when he tried to speak to the Prophet Samuel after Samuel's death. This season, we will be taking a look at various passages, stories and doctrines where things appear contradictory on the surface, but the answers are there if we will search them out. 1 Samuel 28:11-1…
 
Another Chance (Isa. 7:10–13) Ahaz did not respond to Isaiah’s call for faith. So, God mercifully gave the king another chance, telling him to ask for a sign that was “deep as Sheol or high as heaven” (Isa. 7:11, NRSV). Here is one of the greatest invitations to faith ever given to a human being. Unlike lotteries or sweepstakes, God placed no restr…
 
Attempted Interception (Isa. 7:3–9) While Ahaz was weighing his political options to meet the threat from Israel and Syria, God knew some things he did not. For one thing, it was God who had allowed trouble to come upon him in order to discipline him and bring him to his senses (2 Chron. 28:5, 19). Moreover, although appealing to Tiglath-pileser fo…
 
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