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Die Natuurlike Byproduk van ‘n Veranderde Hart

Gary Wilkerson02-09-19

“En daar het ’n sekere wetgeleerde opgestaan wat Hom versoek het deur te sê: Meester, wat moet ek doen om die ewige lewe te beërwe?” (Lukas 10:25). Die skrifgeleerdes en Fariseërs het Jesus gekonfronteer en sy gesag uitgedaag op vele geleenthede maar nou het ‘n wetgeleerde hom genader, miskien iemand wat deur hulle gestuur was. Wetgeleerdes is goed opgelei in die kuns van debatvoering en ongetwyfeld was hierdie een goed opgelei in die wette van die Ou Verbond.

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El Subproducto Natural de un Corazón Cambiado

Gary Wilkerson02-09-19

“Un intérprete de la ley se levantó y dijo, para probarle: Maestro, ¿haciendo qué cosa heredaré la vida eterna?” (Lucas 10:25). Los escribas y fariseos habían confrontado a Jesús y desafiado su autoridad en muchas ocasiones, pero ahora un intéprete de la ley, un abogado se le acercó, quizás alguien enviado por ellos. Los abogados están bien entrenados en el arte del debate y, sin duda, éste también estaba bien educado en las leyes del Antiguo Pacto.

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The Natural Byproduct of a Changed Heart

Gary Wilkerson02-09-19

“A lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, ‘Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?’” (Luke 10:25). The scribes and Pharisees had confronted Jesus and challenged his authority on many occasions but now a lawyer approached him, perhaps someone sent by them. Lawyers are well trained in the art of debate and undoubtedly this one was also well-schooled in the laws of the Old Covenant. He probably expected Jesus to begin to recite some of the rules regarding Sabbath, washing of hands, clean and unclean food. So many rules! And which one leads to eternal life?

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Caring for the Homeless in Lithuania

Rachel Chimits
June 12, 2019

One woman is working hard to make sure that those often neglected by her hometown have somewhere safe to go. 

Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, is the country’s largest city and famous for its historical architecture. Mark Buzzetta, Director of World Challenge’s Mercy Missions, wasn’t there to see castles and museums, though. Instead, he was looking for a food kitchen.