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2017 Advent Scripture Study Invitation

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2017 Advent Scripture Study Invitation

It's hard to believe but Advent begins in 12 days and so does our 2017 Advent Scripture study.  Consider joining us if you are able! Details and Information Click here.. If you want to join the Facebook Group If you want to get the 4 Simple Steps to Better Meditations If you want to download the free 4 Simple Steps Worksheet If you'd like to visit the our website and blog Use the code "STNICK" and get 20% off your order until November 29th. Thank you and please pray for us!

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Taken or Left Behind? Which is Better?

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Taken or Left Behind?  Which is Better?

Friday November 17th, 2017 Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Luke 17:26-37 In recent years there has been a deluge of Apocalyptic literature produced in the Christian world. The Left Behind series comes to mind. In these books we are shown what happens to those who are "left behind" after the "rapture" (a recent theory that reared its head in the 19th century) which proposes that Jesus will return, take the good and leave the bad to be ruled by the anti-Christ for a period of time before the end of the world. Often, those who believe in the Rapture will point...

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Get the Most out of Advent this Year

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Get the Most out of Advent this Year

Every year I really get into the season of Advent around December 20th.  You too?  Isn't it amazing how after Thanksgiving time speeds up to Mach 3  and then slows down just enough for you to put your head out the window and realize Christmas is in a few days, a day, passing by, yesterday.... Advent is really supposed to be a time of reflection and preparation.  It is supposed to be a little like Lent.  It should be a time to slow down, read the scriptures each day, contemplate the Lord, and rejoice in His birth.  I never seem...

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