Jeremiah 1:4-10; Psalm 71:1-6; (Isaiah 58:9b-14; Psalm 103:1-8;) Hebrews 12:18-29; Luke 13:10-17
The four books of Mormonism
The LDS canon's four books carry equal weight of authority. All are read as historical witnesses to God's promise of salvation.
What God Said about Eternity, and the Things We’ve Made Up
A Biblical and Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment
Why we can hope everyone will be saved
God's "consuming fire" is the fire of holy love. It doesn't await sinners in the future; it burns up sin itself.
Theological Insight for Christian Ministry
Fred Gaiser offers a sober, accessible review of the biblical materials pertinent to our thinking about healing.
Jeremiah's vexing task
The thing about serving as a prophet is that you are forever stuck between what God wants and what the people want.
One of the things I most appreciate about the call stories in the Bible
is that there is no single template. When Peter, Andrew, James and John
are summoned by Jesus to leave their nets to follow him, “immediately”
they do just that (Luke 4:18-22).
Revised Common Lectionary © 1992 the Consultation on Common Texts. Used by permission.
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