Special Guest Marcus Wick: Stewarding the Prophetic

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Guest speaker Marcus Wick helps us understand prophesy. What should we do with the prophetic words we’ve received? How do we cooperate with God to see them come to faith? Learn the difference between a word of faith and a work of faith, and what prophetic words do for us.

Gaze 8: Beholding God Through Impartation

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We need face to face encounters with God! These powerful moments rewire our hearts so that what God has already placed in us can come out. The laying on of hands for impartation to stir up the Holy Spirit within us is one way to enable this sort of encounter. Download the Notes

Gaze 7: What About Confessing Sin?

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Do believers need to confess their sins in order to be forgiven? This is a controversial topic. Follow along with us as we navigate through it and discover the freedom found in Christ’s once and for all sacrifice! Download the Notes

Gaze 6: Understanding Job

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Job is a difficult book of the Bible. On the surface it appears that Job is the pawn in an argument between God and the devil. This reading has caused many Christians to see their lives the same way. The truth is far from this. Find out what’s really going on and be set free! Download the Notes

Gaze 5: The Most Moved Mover

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God is unchanging in His nature and purposes, but His decisions and plans can change to adapt to human choice. He does this out of a desire for authentic relationship with us. He’s looking for partners, friends, and lovers, not robots. Download the Notes

Gaze 4: Does God have Real Emotions?

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Greek philospohers came up with several ideas about God that have become accepted by Christian theology. One of them is that God is impassable or doesn’t possess emotions. Is that true? What does the Bible teach? Download the Notes

Gaze 3: Does God Create Evil?

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In the Old Testament, there are several passages about God causing evil. Does this mean that God is the source of all the evil or something else entirely? If we read the Old Testament in context, we’ll find these passages mean that God was bringing specific judgements upon Israel, not that He is the source of all evil. Rather, the … Read More

Gaze 2: The Law, Wrath, and the New Covenant

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Why does the picture of God in the Old Testament seem different at times than Jesus? Can the two be reconciled? Is God still mad at sin? We discuss these questions and more as we step fully into the light of the New Covenant and let the shadows of the past fall aside. Download the Notes

Gaze 1: Jesus and the Father are One

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Often people dissociate Jesus and the Father in their hearts. Part of this has to do with a misunderstanding of the cross. On the cross, the Father did not abandon Jesus. Rather He worked in Jesus to reconcile humanity to Himself. When we see this, we realize that Jesus and the Father and one, and that the cross is the … Read More