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Lesson 13: The Ultimate Rest (Luke 21, Matthew 24, Revelation 14) — Right now it seems that in the United States our freedoms are under unprecedented attack. My guess is that wherever you live in the world the feeling is the same. Governments have taken drastic measures to limit personal liberty in light of the COVID-19 virus. While the Bible says nothing that I have noticed about Christians facing problems relating to a virus, I have read Christians who express the view that this recent governmental repression of rights may be a harbinger of the persecution at the end of time. Is this leading us to the “ultimate rest?” Let’s dive into our study of the Bible to learn more about the events leading up to the Second Coming! More...



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Emotional Intelligence

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