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What does it look like to truly love and be loved? For this last week of Advent, we invite you to reflect on the biblical meaning of love. Listen to the recording, watch the video, open your Bible to 1 John, and interact with the discussion questions below. If you find this study to be encouraging, tell us on social media using the hashtag #BibleProjectAdvent. We’d appreciate hearing from you.

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Part 1

Message Question How did Carissa’s message remind, challenge, or encourage you today?

It’s encouraging to be reminded about the powerful love of God…


The Writing Cooperative and Chalkboard Magnet Poetry Prompt

Deep inside
My heart has shaken
Confident
Of this path taken

Dark places drenched
With light
breaking
The moonlight

Knelt and prayed
Time alone
Stillness envelop
Beyond what I know

The Father comes
Shining and seeking
Walking to you
Unrelenting

His love alone
Comes blessed souls
His love alone
Comes eternity

All I know
The Son lifted high
All I see
I touch the sky

Awakening by Tamyka Bell

The Face of God Shine Upon Me by Kevin Saitta

He Came by Anne Peterson


The Writing Cooperative and Chalkboard Magnet Poetry Prompt

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From nothingness
came life, Earth
What was once empty
Now filled with wonders

God’s masterpiece
like heaven
But sin
made us broken

But because of His love
he chose us
Our saviour on the cross
he saved us

His shining face
Enduring grace
His love is final;
unconditional

Let His will be!

Hope Poem by MKoshy

The Life of a Christian by Tommy Bohrer

THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIM by Valentine Nnebe


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If you know about the Gospel, you would know that none of the gospels fully record all 7 last words of Jesus. So you have to read all the Gospels to read everything thing Jesus said on the Calvary. Fun fact, his last words were in Aramaic, so here are the Aramaic versions of His last words.

1. Forgiveness

Luke 23:34: Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.

Pater, dimitte illis, quia nesciunt, quid faciunt

Even in his last moments, Jesus still cared about the people, even those who mocked and insulted him. On the cross, experiencing excruciating pain(where he…


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As Good Friday approaches, here’s a brief intro about this historic day.

Now if you’re a Christian and you already know about Good Friday, feel free to continue reading to refresh your knowledge about it. To everyone else out there, read this as it will be the most important news you’ll ever hear in your life.

Put away whatever you’re doing and concentrate on this. Take a deep breath, soak it all in, read every single word mindfully, then contemplate about it, discern it, and fog will clear up and hopefully, the truth will unravel.

Original Sin

To grasp on what Good…


Tangled earbuds are the epitome of our lives when taken advantage by wicked people.

Do you ever feel used in life? Have you been deceived and felt idiotic for believing in a person? Do you wonder why your action of helping a person backfired?

Here is why I find tangled earbuds a good analogy of our lives and what you can learn from it.

Tangled earbuds are an effigy of how people can make our lives messy.

Ok just close your eyes right now. Imagine you’re a piece of earbuds. You start off clean and white. Packed nicely in a box. You enter into the real world, fresh and full of capabilities. You…


The bible is the most read books of all time. It plays such an imperative role in exploring the big questions of why we exist and what our purpose is on earth.

With that said, it’s time we learn more about what the word of God is and how it was gifted to us.

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Introduction

The Bible is a small collection of books, that all emerged out of the history of the people of ancient Israel. To a normal person living at that time, they were just like other ancient civilization. …


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Running to me is a way of setting my mind and body free, no limits.

I love running. Many people do. You’re in the car passing by a park and you see people jogging, some fast, some relaxed but all of them doing the same thing with their legs, somewhat a universal pattern of people exercising. It’s kind of like listening to music whereby every person has their own preference and thus their own unique way of running.

But what if you’re like me who jogs to stay healthy and fit, you might find jogging the same road or path…


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READ

For starters, buying a physical bible would be a great idea. Reading a bible you can touch and feel has sort of a pleasurable feel to it. Plus it prevents any distraction from your ever refreshing feeds from your phone. But if you prefer reading it on your phone I won’t stop you.

When you read the bible, read it slowly. Examine each passage and phrase and grasp what it is trying to say to you. Yes, you heard me, the Bible speaks to you through God’s words.

MAP

If you don’t mind getting your bible a little bit messy, highlight…

Amadeus

The bible tells you how to go to heaven, not how the heavens go. - Galileo

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