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Renewing Your Mind | The Birth of Jesus | May 16, 2015

Beloved for the way in which it highlights Jesus' care for those on the margins of society and for its care in telling the story of our Savior's life and ministry, the gospel of Luke has always been treasured by the Christian church. Dr. Sproul's expositional study of this inspired account of Jesus looks at the significant events of His life and His teachings while unfolding the meaning of both for us today.

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Ask Anything: Weekend Edition 2015-05-16

2) How can a Christian overcome a struggle over assurance of salvation?

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WORLD | Hot Pursuit | Bob Brown | May 30, 2015

From its opening scene, Hot Pursuit is so slow-moving (“How slow is it?!”) Al Cowlings could have outrun it in his white Ford Bronco. Even so, the well-cast doll and drawl tandem, Sofía Vergara and Reese Witherspoon, can’t elude the lumbering script.

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5 Where Did Jesus Claim to Be God? - Stand to Reason Blog

Finally, Jesus’ claim to be God was the reason the Jews arrested Him and convinced Pilate to crucify Him. In John 19, Pilate tells the Jewish leaders that he finds no guilt worthy of the capital sentence. They answer Pilate, “We have a law, and according to that law He ought to die because He has made Himself the Son of God.” Jesus’ violation of blasphemy is recorded in Luke 22:70-71 when He appeared before the Council after His arrest. They had the evidence they needed from Jesus’ own lips. Mark gives more detail of this in 14:62-64. When Jesus answered them, the high priest tore his clothes and declared this was blasphemy.

6 Where Did Jesus Claim to Be God? - Stand to Reason Blog

Finally, Jesus’ claim to be God was the reason the Jews arrested Him and convinced Pilate to crucify Him. In John 19, Pilate tells the Jewish leaders that he finds no guilt worthy of the capital sentence. They answer Pilate, “We have a law, and according to that law He ought to die because He has made Himself the Son of God.” Jesus’ violation of blasphemy is recorded in Luke 22:70-71 when He appeared before the Council after His arrest. They had the evidence they needed from Jesus’ own lips. Mark gives more detail of this in 14:62-64. When Jesus answered them, the high priest tore his clothes and declared this was blasphemy.

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Woman to Woman Appeal for Nepal – Premier Premier

Founder Dr Lester Sumrall (1913-1996) travelled the world as a missionary statesman for over 60 years and saw first-hand the terrible suffering caused by hunger and poverty. In 1987, he rose to the challenge to feed those innocent people who are plagued by such desperate situations. With enthusiasm and determination, Dr Sumrall founded LeSEA Global Feed The Hungry that same year.