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Through My Bible In 3 Years
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Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 01 – February 28
» Through My Bible Yr 01 – February 27
» Through My Bible Yr 01 – February 26
» Through My Bible Yr 01 – February 25
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Daily Devotion
» Earthly Blessings – February 29, 2024
» Hardships – February 28, 2024
» Hardships – February 27, 2024
» Be Ready – February 26, 2024
» Certain Hope – February 25, 2024
Daily Devotions - Audio
» Earthly Blessings – February 29, 2024
» Hardships – February 28, 2024
» Hardships – February 27, 2024
» Be Ready – February 26, 2024
» Certain Hope – February 25, 2024
Forward in Christ
» Missionaries called to explore new world mission fields
» Community news: March 2024
» Moments with missionaries: Timothy Walsh
» Where are they now? Grace, Tucson, Ariz.
» Book nook: Mary: Providential Earthly Mother of God
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Faith Related Q and A
» I go to a Reformed Christian college, and it came up in class that the gospels of Matthew and Luke were derived from the gospel of Mark and an unknown source, "Q." What does the WELS teach concerning this theory?
» I am wondering how to respond to the Jehovah's Witnesses who come to my door. Lately, they seem to want to bring people to their faith by bringing up the point that they believe that they will inherit a new restored earth with no violence. They stress that they will enjoy the blessings of earth (family, fishing, building, etc.) and that they wouldn't want to spend eternity in heaven (What would you do when you can enjoy the earthly blessings?). They reference Psalm 37:10-11 and how the meek will inherit the earth and enjoy peace on earth. They also cite the Lord's Prayer (Thy Kingdom come, on earth as it is in heaven) and other passages in Isaiah referring to a new earth. My question is which passages can I refer them to to show that we will not be brought back to earth but will enjoy the blessings of heaven. What passages seem to hit the heart of Jehovah's Witnesses to show that we will not return to a restored earth after it is destroyed. The Jehovah's Witnesses I have talked to seem to be stuck on a few references and examples that they have been taught and refer back to those examples often in their talks with me, Thanks and May God bless our efforts to reach out to the Jehovah's Witnesses with the truths of Scripture.
» Do you think that it may be wise for a Christians to read the Qur'an for educational purposes? Thank you.
» If God wants us to believe in Jesus, why did he not tell us in the Old Testament that Jesus was the Savior? Why did he not give us a name? Everything seems to be coded or of someone's interpretation. I have been told that Jesus is all over the Old Testament. Where? Why did the early Catholic church change and add verses? The Old Testament seems to have truly been preserved by God. Why don't we see this in the New Testament? I want to believe, but why does it seem Jesus is man's invention?
» I grew up going to a WELS school and church. I have always been told that we are not to join the Freemasons. I have a friend now that has joined. I don't know what to tell him because whatever I say to him he comes back that our church is against everything. Could I get some references and some information on why this is against the church? Thank you.
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
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» 718 – How to Host a Webinar
» 717 – Promptcraft
» 716 – All The Hats
» 715 – A Look Back At 2023

Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6