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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called The Passion Of Christ. Never was there a time when things got out of God's control. On the contrary, Jesus moved with deliberate steps toward the cross. Skip considers God's perfect timing as he shares the message "The Day God Rode a Donkey." Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of March 2015 Resource This month's resource will help you intentionally live out your relationship with Jesus. Unlock the Bible's meaning and relevance with Skip Heitzig's book How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It, and discover a fun and creative way to teach your child about God with the newest Skip's Tips trifold, titled Say, Play, and Pray.

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42 Luke - 2014In Luke 19, Jesus Christ entered Jerusalem as the Messiah and the Passover Lamb, beginning the grand finale of His life: death on the cross. As we look at the story of Zacchaeus, we learn that all of us are short in stature, spiritually speaking. We're also challenged to faithfully serve the Lord, and we study one of the Bible's most intricate prophecies about the end times.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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Stepping Stones of the New Birth

by Skip Heitzig |

Stepping Stones of the New Birth 1 Peter 1:3-5 I love experiencing new birth! I know it’s easy for me to say because men can feel the joy without going through the labor. My son Nathan’s birth was one of the greatest days of my life. And now I’ve discovered the thrill of the birth of grandchildren. A friend of mine told me that a grandparent’s responsibility is to fill the kids full of sugar and return them to their parents. I can do that. It’s...

A Taste of Honey

by Lenya Heitzig |

I love Israel. Whenever I have the privilege of visiting, I’m reminded of previous trips to the Holy Land, and I look forward to once again experiencing my favorite sights, sounds, and activities. There’s the Mount of Olives above the Old City where Jesus delivered His prophetic message. At the lower slope of the mountain, early Christian pilgrims located the Garden of Gethsemane where He prayed before His crucifixion. This is holy ground, and I love walking where Jesus may have...

Angels and Demons

by Skip Heitzig |

In World War II, General George Patton was engaged in the great battle against German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in the desert of North Africa. It is said that during the battle, as their tanks drew within earshot, General Patton stood up and shouted, “I read your book, Rommel. I read your book.” And he had. General Rommel had written a book entitled Infantry Attacks. In it, he outlined his entire wartime strategy. Patton, a voracious reader, wanted to find out what the enemy was...

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

A Heart Divided

by Skip Heitzig | Read 1 KINGS 11:1-13

The Associated Press once included a story from San Jose about Luke Goodrich. Luke was busy burning trash in his backyard, which is against the law. The fire burned out of control, spreading over one hundred acres and requiring the use of six helicopters and four hundred firefighters to extinguish...

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New Blood, New Covenant

by Skip Heitzig |

Several years ago, I got a birthday card that had a little speaker attached to it, and when I opened it, it chirped out a song. It was sweet, but I eventually threw it away. Get this, though: when I did that, I threw away more computer power than what existed on earth before the year 1950. Isn't...

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