OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Josiah was asked to share some details from his personal testimony at Oakridge’s Lively Oaks ministry gathering on January 27, 2023. Below is the
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Scripture is full of individuals who, when faced with a God-given task, immediately felt ill-equipped and insecure, sure that the Almighty had chosen the
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One of the burdens of every generation is to teach the next generation good manners. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, and baby-sitters all join
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Matthew 17 ends with a short and strange story involving a temple tax, a parabolic rhetorical question, and a wealthy fish; all tied together
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Scripture is clear that, for those who follow the Lord Jesus and proclaim the riches of his saving grace, causing some offence is unavoidable.
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In our study of the seven churches of Revelation we have come to the last church. Laodicea was a big town, a rich town.
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Many people today are engaged in the relentless DIY project of personal holiness, busily trying to construct lives that are good enough, worthy enough,
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The closing stanza of William Henley’s famous poem, Invictus, reads: “It matters not how strait the gate / How charged with punishments the scroll
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The life of a farmer is one that demands long hours of work, expensive equipment, and expertise. And yet, in spite of their resourcefulness
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