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The Unexpected Gift Whether they are stuffed in a huge box with a big red bow, wrapped in shiny paper in a tiny package, or delivered by mail in an envelope, gifts are wonderful to receive. Whatever the occasion, we enthusiastically tear through the wrappings to find out what’s inside. We expect to receive gifts on bir...continue reading
What Is God Like? John 1:1-34 - What Jesus taught and what he did are tied inseparably to who he is. The Bible shows Jesus as fully human and fully God. It asserts that although Jesus took upon himself full humanity and lived as a man, he never ceased to be ...continue reading
Pointing the Way John 3:1-4:42 - All who welcome Jesus Christ as Lord of their lives are reborn spiritually, receiving new life from God. Through faith in Christ, this new birth changes us from the inside out—rearranging our attitudes, desires, and motive...continue reading
Eyes That Will Not See John 9:10-42 - Blindness was a physical disease Jesus healed. A common belief in Jewish culture was that calamity or suffering was the result of some great sin. But Christ used one man’s blindness to teach others about faith and his Fath...continue reading
“For me, the greatest blessing of the NLT is how it opens up the meaning and impact of the Scriptures to people. I think it is a wonderful translation, and a gift to the Church.”
James Karsten Grant Reformed Church Grant, Michigan