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Sanctification: Positional and Personal. 1 Peter 1:13-21. Mark Kulikovsky

December 1, 2019 By: Category: Bible Study

1. Sanctification simply means “set apart for God” and the Bible seems to say that it is something that has already happened (cf. 1 Cor 1:2; 6:11) BUT is also still to happen (cf. 1 Thess 4:3-7). Consider the following diagram which tries to represent these two ideas. How helpful (or not) is it? The
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Sanctification: Positional and Personal (Mark Kulikovsky)

By: Category: Bible Study

Sanctification: Positional and Personal 1 Peter 1:13-21 Mark Kulikovsky – 1st December 2019 Sanctification simply means “set apart for God” and the Bible seems to say that it is something that has already happened (cf. 1 Cor 1:2; 6:11) BUT is also still to happen (cf. 1 Thess 4:3-7). Consider the following diagram which tries
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God’s Glory.

November 23, 2019 By: Category: Bible Study

The Bible speaks often about ‘God’s glory’. 1. How would you describe what the ‘The glory of God’ is? Discuss in your group the following varying examples of how God’s glory is spoken of: • Psalm 19:1-4. • Acts 7:55. • Hebrews 1:3, Isaiah 40:3-5, John 11:4. • Ezekiel 1:28, Luke 2:9, Revelation 21:11, 23.
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Joseph. Study two.

November 14, 2019 By: Category: Bible Study

1. Review. In study one we looked at Joseph’s life with the benefit of hindsight, saw God at work, His sovereignty and His plan unfolding even though it wasn’t obvious at the time. Also we observed Joseph’s response to adverse and unfair treatment of himself by others. As you continue to see these things ask
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Joseph. Study one.

November 9, 2019 By: Category: Bible Study

1. Introduction. As we look at Joseph’s life with the benefit of hindsight, see God at work, His sovereignty and His plan unfolding even though it wasn’t obvious at the time. Also we observe Joseph’s response to adverse and unfair treatment of himself by others. As you see these things ask God to help you
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Ezekiel – Study four.

November 2, 2019 By: Category: Bible Study

1. Review. The Lord gave Ezekiel His prophet visions in order to communicate through him to the Children of Israel. These visions were in 4 categories • A Vision of God – What is God Like? (Chap1 & 10) • A Vision of Judgement – When God is Your Adversary! (Chap 6 & 7, 14,
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