Day 151 Online Bible Ready Club ”Seated on a Donkey” (2 Chronicles 13-14; John 12:1-26)
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by Justin Westmoreland
4M ago
2 Chron 13-14 summarizes the battles between the rebel tribes of Judah led by Jerobaom and Judah led by Abijah in Jerusalem. The Chronicler gives theological commentary for the original to trust that God would send a king, the Son of David, to rescue the people. Abijah and Asa's trust in the Lord to fight the battles pointed forward to the Lord Jesus, the true King. In John 12:1-26, we see Jesus declares he is the long awaited Son of David who will be their true king, He declares it without saying a word but by riding a donkey on a familiar path into Jerusalem. It's glorious good news as we re ..read more
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Day 45 Online Bible Reading Club (Leviticus 15-16 & Matthew 27:1-26)
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by Justin Westmoreland
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Day 43 Online Bible Reading Club (Leviticus 13 & Matthew 26:26-50)
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EnLARGEd Series Intro
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by Justin Westmoreland
4M ago
"For an enlarged passionate Glorying and Enjoyment of God." I will run in the way of your commandments when you enlarge my heart! (Psa 119:32 ESV) EnLarged is intended to be a online devotional guide: a journey toward understanding the Q&A presented in the Westminster Larger Catechism (1647) This is Pastor Justin Westmoreland from the Fully Alive Athlete Pastor Channel. I am an ordained minister of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and a certified personal trainer of the American Council on Exercise. I enjoy making connections between spiritual, physical, mental, and relationa ..read more
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EnLARGEd Series- Westminster Larger Catechism Q&A #2
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by Justin Westmoreland
4M ago
"For an enlarged passionate Glorying and Enjoyment of God."  I will run in the way of your commandments when you enlarge my heart! (Psa 119:32 ESV) EnLarged is intended to be a online devotional guide: a journey toward understanding the Q&A presented in the Westminster Larger Catechism (1647) In this video, we examine Q&A #2 of the Westminster Larger Catechism:  Q. 2. How doth it appear that there is a God? A. The very light of nature in man, and the works of God, declare plainly that there is a God; but his Word and Spirit only, do sufficiently and effectually reveal him unt ..read more
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Day 157 Bible Reading Club ”I am not Alone” (2 Chronicles 25-27 John 16)
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by Justin Westmoreland
4M ago
In this series of videos/playlist, I invite you to come read the Bible with us!  Today's video previews/reviews 2 Chronicles 25-27 & John 16. See below for the entire reading plan.  Recap of Content in this video:  2 Chron 25-27 spotlights three kings of Judah with King Uzziah in the middle. Uzziah was proud and refused to listen to God's representatives. Only the priests were allowed inside the Temple to do the work Uzziah set out to do. God struck Uzziah with leprosy rendering him unclean. Despite this sad history, the theme of the section is that there is hope for those r ..read more
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How to Preach the Gospel (Numbers 15:1-41)
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Day 40 Online Bible Reading Club (Leviticus 6-7)
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Lest the Earth Swallow Us Up (Numbers 16:1-35)
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Foundations: Of Baptism Part 1
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