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Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 3

Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 3

NOTE: This is a continuation of the blog post: To Tithe or Not To Tithe. This post discusses one of the false assumptions many teachers make when applying Scripture inaccurately. By examining these assumptions in the context of tithing we will see examples of their...

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Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 2

Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 2

NOTE: This is a continuation of the blog post: To Tithe or Not To Tithe. This post discusses one of the false assumptions many teachers make when applying Scripture inaccurately. By examining these assumptions in the context of tithing we will see examples of their...

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Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 1

Avoiding Assumptions in Application pt 1

NOTE: This is a continuation of the blog post: To Tithe or Not To Tithe. This post discusses one of the false assumptions many teachers make when applying Scripture inaccurately. By examining these assumptions in the context of tithing we will see examples of their...

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To Tithe or Not To Tithe

To Tithe or Not To Tithe

This blog is a follow-up to one of our messages regarding whether requiring a 10% tithe is Biblical and applicable to us today. To hear our teaching on the subject, check out the recording below:If you look up the topic of tithing you will find many different...

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Understanding John

Understanding John

“Now Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name.” (John 20:31). This verse...

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Why study John’s Gospel?

Why study John’s Gospel?

As we continue with the series through the Gospel of John we want you to understand why the Elders of LHBC chose this book, and the process for working through it, for our Sunday Gatherings. There are three anchor points for this decision: First, Approximately ten to...

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