OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

We are constantly bombarded with truth claims. With information coming at us from friends and family, social media, the news, our education system, our
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It has been observed that “the subject of biblical prophecy is like one magnet interacting with another. For many people, it pulls them in.
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In an attempt to articulate the “big idea” of Paul’s first letter to the church in Thessalonica, one author has written the following: Impressed
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Matthew 23 brings something of a conclusion to the current section of Matthew, as Jesus the King, rejected by the leaders of Israel, rejects
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Immediately after the return of his parents to their home young Samuel began his training under Eli (v. 11), a training which was characterized
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Matthew has recounted Jesus’s final entrance into Jerusalem (20:29–21:17), the unrelenting opposition he faced upon arrival (21:18–22:14), and, now, his rebuke of the faithlessness
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One author has summarized the book of Colossians with the following sentence: “When Christians know the supremacy of Christ in his person and work,
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In Matthew 22, the formal rejection of Jesus continues, as groups of unlikely allies come together to oppose him with riddles and challenges designed
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There are few more offensive concepts to the sensibilities of our contemporary culture than that of submission—the act of knowingly, willingly, intentionally, and repeatedly
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“David, with the view of encouraging the faithful to contemplate the glory of God, sets before them, in the first place, a mirror of
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Philippians brims over with often quoted passages: ‘He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus’
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No, Jesus wasn’t “hangry”; but he did a curse a fig tree that, despite it’s leafy appearance, refused to bear fruit. It’s a small,
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It’s wise to learn from others’ errors. A child, seeing their sibling punished, can learn obedience. A student, observing a peer caught cheating, can
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Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
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Ask ten Christians which book of the Bible is their favourite, which book has been the most impactful in their lives, and which book
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Have you ever felt spiritually stuck in a rut? Don’t worry, we’ve been there too. Whether it’s a season of dryness or perceived distance
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Jerome once said that when he read the letters of the apostle Paul he could hear thunder. Nowhere in the Pauline corpus is such
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It’s a well-known scene: Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey, greeted by streets lined with coats and palm branches and cries of “Hosanna!”
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It is not uncommon to look forward to something for a long time only to be a tad underwhelmed, unfulfilled, or disappointed at its
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Stephen Hawkins, one of the current elders at Oakridge Bible Chapel, addressed the Adult Sunday School class regarding the importance of and obstacles to
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