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On Tuesday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called The Biography of God. When studying God, there's no better source than God Himself. There is one primary passage in all of Scripture about who God is; it is His own autobiography. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of I Dare You MP3 Player Daniel was not a man of this world. God used him to influence the government of his day and predict events far into the future. Thousands of years later, he still stands as an example of radical, godly living. Explore the book of Daniel in the twenty-four message teaching series I Dare You, preloaded on an MP3 player with earbuds and a charger.

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42 Luke - 2014As we study the birth of Jesus in Luke 2, we learn about the events surrounding this special occasion, including the days leading up to Jesus' birth, Joseph and Mary's journey to Bethlehem, the angel's proclamation to the shepherds, and blessings from two people present at Jesus' dedication in the temple. Through these events recorded in Luke's gospel, we are reminded about God's sovereignty, Jesus' humility, and our salvation.

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What Is Your "Rapture I.Q."?

by Lenya Heitzig |

The book of Revelation has---as one of its clearest themes---the bodily return of Jesus Christ. But what exactly happens before Jesus returns? Lenya explores this question in her article on the rapture. Recently a test was conducted among five high school senior classes to determine their basic Bible knowledge. Some of their answers were pretty creative. For instance, several believed Sodom and Gomorrah were lovers, the epistles were the wives of the apostles, and Jesus told...

Who Are The 144,000 That Revelation Speaks Of?

by Skip Heitzig |

Unfortunately, some people like to spiritualize Scripture. They take it out of context and say, “The church is Israel, and Israel is the church, and it’s all one group.” No, it’s not! They are two distinct groups. When God deals with the Jews, it’s different than when He deals with other people, with Gentiles. These people (in Revelation 7:1-8 and 14:1-5) are 144,000 Messianic Jews, “Jews for Jesus,” so to speak, during the great tribulation...

Playing with Fire

by Skip Heitzig |

Some people think that God is down on sex, like He's some kind of prude. I don't know where they get that idea, because the Bible certainly doesn't support it. C. S. Lewis wrote, "Pleasure is God's invention, not the devil's." God invented sex. He thought it up, and He built the sexual impulse and sexual passion within us. If you think God sees sex as something merely functional, just for procreation, you're misinformed! There's a book in the...

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

A Twist in the Plot

by Skip Heitzig | Read MARK 9:14-31

The disciples were not expecting Jesus to go to the cross. Like most Jewish people two thousand years ago, the disciples believed the Messiah would be a powerful deliverer. The Bible says that the Messiah will set up his Kingdom and reign from Jerusalem, and the disciples believed they would witness...

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The Privilege of Prayer

by Skip Heitzig |

I've read a bunch of different books on prayer. Quite honestly, there are some really good ones. Then there are some that every time I read them, the only thing I walk away feeling is guilty. I walk away feeling that I didn't pray long enough, my knees aren't bloody enough, and I didn't wear holes...

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