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2018 Session 30: Melchizedek (2)

Melchizedek is a Bible character … but he seldom comes up in most Evangelical sermonizing. Why? Because the man is an enigma in scripture. His identity forces us to think OUTSIDE the ecclesiastical box. And maybe that’s what he’s good for. What little we know about him forces us to acknowledge the mysteries of God, as unsettling as that may be … today, on Faithbuilders.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for September 9, 2018: Carder, Kuhn

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2018 Session 29: Melchizedek (1)

In the Bible we read about a most unusual man named Melchizedek. He’s referred to in both the Old and New Testaments. Here’s the problem, he’s almost totally unique as a Bible character. The only person to whom he can be compared is … Jesus, the promised Messiah. Was Melchizedek an incarnation of Christ? It’s an interesting question and presents us with a challenging discussion. Buckle in. Melchizekek is on deck … today, at Faithbuilders.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for September 2, 2018: Dillon, Meredith, Wulff, Wray

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2015 Session 15: Unconditional Acceptance

During this time of year, we share our Sunday School teacher with various seminar and tour schedules, so it’s a great day when Dr. Nunnally returns to class. He comes, in spite of jet lag and the fog that comes with international travel. The nice thing about it, he usually comes home with news about recent archeological discoveries in Israel. This week is no exception. His friend, Eli Shukron, has recently discovered what appears to be ancient ruins dating back to the time of Melchizedek … approximately 2000 BC. During his time in Israel, Wave had the opportunity to meditate on our discussions about God’s covenant with His people. “The Messiah is here and He’s going to restore His blessings to His people … but the covenant comes with blessing and curse, for those who reject Him. We must represent Him, unconditionally.”

Jeremiah 16:14; 16:16; Matthew 4:18; Ezekiel 29:4; John 3:16-17; Luke 12; 1 Corinthians 2:14-15

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