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Now displaying: March, 2020
Mar 29, 2020
Jesus – The Way. The Truth. The Life | Part 2 - This Is My Son 2.0 By Dusty Van Niekerk - Welcome to our CityHill Church podcast. You are listening to our current preaching series, Jesus – The Way. The Truth.
The Life. In this series we explore Matthew chapters 16 and 17, unpacking the revelation of Jesus, who He is and all that He teaches us.
We all need a greater revelation of Jesus to break free of our earthly way of thinking. 
Mar 23, 2020
Jesus – The Way. The Truth. The Life | Part 1 - What Kind Of Christ Follower Are You? By Steve Wimble - Welcome to our CityHill Church podcast. You are listening to our current preaching series, Jesus – The Way. The Truth.
The Life. In this series we explore Matthew chapters 16 and 17, unpacking the revelation of Jesus, who He is and all that He teaches us.
We all need a greater revelation of Jesus to break free of our earthly way of thinking. 
Mar 16, 2020

Bestseller || Part 6 - How Do I Understand The Book Of Revelation By Steve Wimble - The Bible is a life-changing book. Men and women throughout the ages have held it in the highest regard as the Word of God written by human authors.

Considering that it was written over 1500 years by over 40 different human authors and contains 66 books, the unity of themes throughout the Bible is astonishing.

The redemptive thread of God's love in spite of mankind's sinfulness and wilfulness is woven throughout its pages. The Bible is a gift from God to us. It's designed to be a lamp for our feet and light for our paths (Psalm 119:105).

 
It is like a fire and a hammer (Jeremiah 23:29). We have more access to the Bible than any generation before us in history. As little as 500 years ago there was no printed Bible in the English language.
Imagine living at that time with so little access to God's Word compared to now! And compare the plethora of versions, apps, study Bibles and Bible study 
aids that currently exist. We are privileged, indeed.
Mar 9, 2020

Bestseller || Part 5 - How Do I Understand the Old Testament prophecies? By Terran Williams - The Bible is a life-changing book. Men and women throughout the ages have held it in the highest regard as the Word of God written by human authors.

Considering that it was written over 1500 years by over 40 different human authors and contains 66 books, the unity of themes throughout the Bible is astonishing.

The redemptive thread of God's love in spite of mankind's sinfulness and wilfulness is woven throughout its pages. The Bible is a gift from God to us. It's designed to be a lamp for our feet and light for our paths (Psalm 119:105).

 
It is like a fire and a hammer (Jeremiah 23:29). We have more access to the Bible than any generation before us in history. As little as 500 years ago there was no printed Bible in the English language.
Imagine living at that time with so little access to God's Word compared to now! And compare the plethora of versions, apps, study Bibles and Bible study 
aids that currently exist. We are privileged, indeed.
Mar 2, 2020

Bestseller || Part 4 - How Do I Understand The Old Testament Laws? By Steve Wimble - The Bible is a life-changing book. Men and women throughout the ages have held it in the highest regard as the Word of God written by human authors.

Considering that it was written over 1500 years by over 40 different human authors and contains 66 books, the unity of themes throughout the Bible is astonishing.

The redemptive thread of God's love in spite of mankind's sinfulness and wilfulness is woven throughout its pages. The Bible is a gift from God to us. It's designed to be a lamp for our feet and light for our paths (Psalm 119:105).

 
It is like a fire and a hammer (Jeremiah 23:29). We have more access to the Bible than any generation before us in history. As little as 500 years ago there was no printed Bible in the English language.
Imagine living at that time with so little access to God's Word compared to now! And compare the plethora of versions, apps, study Bibles and Bible study 
aids that currently exist. We are privileged, indeed.
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