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Good Friday 2018

What’s good about Good Friday? Thousands of years ago, Jesus suffered and was crucified on the cross for our sins. The suffering of Jesus was not only physical, but He also suffered the emotional pain of relational rejection. This means that Jesus, God the Son, is able to relate to humankind and our sufferings. He suffered the most on the cross for us. Before the foundation of the world was created, God made this plan because of His love for us and so that we would be saved. The goodness of God was shown through Jesus’ death on this Good Friday.

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The Just Judgment of Jesus – Hebrews 6:1-2

Will a God of love really send people to hell? Will He forgive everyone, or will He judge those Who reject the Lord Jesus? What’s the difference between the Bema Seat judgement – and the Great White Throne? Pastor Bunjee answers these questions and more as he examines “The Just Judgment of Jesus.”

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The Reality of the Resurrection – Hebrews 6:1-2

What happens to us when we die? Is there an afterlife, or do we become reincarnated and live multiple lives? Find out what the word of God has to say about life after death. In this study, “The Reality of the Resurrection”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches the fifth part of a six week series, “Foundational Fundamentals”, in which he explains how the doctrine of the resurrection is meant to give hope to the born again believer. The Bible tells us that everyone will eventually be raised up from the grave, regardless of whether they believe in Jesus or not. The doctrine of the resurrection is Not Physical Reanimation, is Not Cyclical Reincarnation, and is Not Mythological Revision. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is real and proven, and is full of hope.

A Challenge for the Long-Suffering Church – Revelation 2:8-11

In this study, ” A Challenge for the Long-Suffering Church”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett leads us through a verse by verse study that shows us the Exhibition of His power over persecution, the Examination of what was happening in Smyrna, and the Exhortation to stay faithful in the face of affliction.