Sorted by reference: Deuteronomy
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Practical Relevance - by Jerry Marcellino
Family Worship Conference - Part 3 of 4
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Deuteronomy 6
Jan 24, 2004 pm - Second Session on Family Worship - Practical Relevance


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Simplicity - by Michael Phillips
Incommunicable Attributes of God - Part 5
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Deuteronomy 6:4
Jan 10, 2016 pm - Simplicity Today, with the Lord's blessing, we will finish our afternoon study of the Incommunicable Attributes of God. You know what an 'attribute' is, of course; an Incommunicable attribute is one God does not and cannot share with others, for to have it is to be God. And no one is God but God. ... More >>>


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Godly Conversation in the Home - by Michael Phillips
Family Life - Part 11 of 40
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Deuteronomy 6:4-9
Aug 22, 1999 pm - This afternoon brings us to the eleventh sermon in our study of Family Life. The topic for today: godly conversation in the home. THE MEANING By "godly conversation", I don't mean family worship or formal teaching. Instead, it is Talking about God's word with your family, all day long. Not "every ... More >>>


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Hear, O Israel - by Michael Phillips
An Ecumenical Creed - Part 1 of 2
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Deuteronomy 6:4-9
Jun 19, 2011 am - For fifteen hundred years, we have publicly affirmed our faith by reciting the Ecumenical Creeds. The old confessions are ecumenical because they don't speak for one set of churches in a certain time and a particular place, but for the whole People of God. In the words of St. Vincent of Lerins, ... More >>>


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Watson on the Office of Christ - by Michael Phillips
The Office of Christ - Part 1 of 3
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Deuteronomy 18:15-19
Apr 24, 2002 pm - Tonight, with the Lord's help, we'll commence a new Puritan study. It's called Thomas Watson on the Offices of Christ. The word, "offices" does not refer to the cubicles in which many people work, complete with desk, phone, computer, and so on. No, it means a Position, like "the office of the ... More >>>


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