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More than a Formula

More than a Formula

In 2005, in response to poll data released by Gallup, Ron Sider wrote a book titled The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. He reviewed Gallup data that revealed what he called “widespread, blatant disobedience” in (self-professing) evangelical Christian circles. Data...

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Thinking Clearly about Sphere Sovereignty

Thinking Clearly about Sphere Sovereignty

Many years ago, I heard a well-known preacher claim that duties never conflict. I am older now and willing to question that premise. The truth is, ultimate duties do sometimes conflict with subordinate duties. In these days of lockdowns and vaccines, the dilemma of...

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Doug Van Meter - 5 Dec 2021

God’s Offering (Numbers 28:1–29:40)

Though he had commissioned his replacement, Moses was still in charge, tasked by God to continue to prepare the next generation to worship and serve the Lord long after his death. A huge part of their worship would involve the annual festal and regularly-scheduled sacrificial offerings; offerings that uniquely belonged to God. In chapters 28–29, the Lord referred to these sacrificial offerings as “my offering.” While these specific offerings are obsolete under the new covenant, these chapters nonetheless contain abiding principles concerning communion with God.

Scripture References: Numbers 28:1-31, Numbers 29:1-40

From Series: "Numbers Exposition"

An exposition of the book of Numbers by Doug Van Meter.

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Doug Van Meter - 5 Dec 2021

God’s Offering (Numbers 28:1–29:40)

Though he had commissioned his replacement, Moses was still in charge, tasked by God to continue to prepare the next generation to worship and serve the Lord long after his death. A huge part of their worship would involve the annual festal and regularly-scheduled sacrificial offerings; offerings that uniquely belonged to God. In chapters 28–29, the Lord referred to these sacrificial offerings as “my offering.” While these specific offerings are obsolete under the new covenant, these chapters nonetheless contain abiding principles concerning communion with God.

Scripture References: Numbers 28:1-31, Numbers 29:1-40

From Series: "Numbers Exposition"

An exposition of the book of Numbers by Doug Van Meter.

Download Audio     Read Online     Download Homework

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God’s word is entirely efficacious; what he says he will do, what he speaks he will accomplish. His word is never uttered into the void and never fails to produce what he intends.

Dennis Cole