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What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.
— A.W Tozer

EASTER SUNDAY

Mark Helvadjian - March 21, 2019

How should we respond to the risen Jesus in the 21st century? Looking at His words to Mary and Mary as He met them on the road to Galilee, we see that His instructions remain as relevant to us today, as they were over 2000 years ago.

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1 | WHAT’S IN A NAME?

Mark Helvadjian - March 17, 2019

Have you ever wondered what’s in a name? More than a label, in ancient writings, a name represented the very nature of a person, you could say, it represented the very essence of who they were. And guess what - God has a name too - in fact, He has many.

In this new series, we take a look at how God has revealed who He is, and His promises to us, through His Names and the profound and far-reaching implications this has on who we are!

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2 | ELOHIM

Denise Grey - March 24, 2019

Elohim is the very first name we see God referred to by in the Bible, it highlights God as mighty and powerful.

Denise looks at where God is referred to by this name throughout the Bible and what it means for how we can approach Him in our own times of need.

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3 | JEHOVAH

Wendy Howson - March 31, 2019

In our series ‘Revealed’, it’s wonderful to know that the actual, personal name of God is ‘Yahweh’ in Hebrew or ‘Jehovah’ in English and that it means 'I AM' and ‘the Revealing One’ - the One who reveals his character, his essence, and his ways intimately and individually to us!

The life, death and resurrection of Jesus revealed the perfect fulfilment of ‘Jehovah Saves’, the true meaning of Jeshua.

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5 | Palm Sunday - JEHOVAH ROHI

Mark Helvadjian - April 14, 2019

In a matter of a days, the same people who had shouted ‘Hosanna’ as Jesus rode into Jerusalem, turned on Him and shouted, ‘Crucify Him!’. Why? As we look at the name of God, Jehovah Rohi, the LORD my Shepherd, we learn that who He is has profound implications for who we are, revealing our hearts and intentions.

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4 | JEHOVAH JIREH

Mark Helvadjian - April 7, 2019

When we think about God being our provider, we often think of providing for our daily needs. And while that is true, we learn in the story of Abraham and Issac, that Jehovah Jireh provides for more – he provides for our steps of faith. As we unpack the story together, we learn 4 ways in which we walk in the provision God has for us.

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‘I (Jesus) have revealed your name to those you gave me - I have made your name known to them.’’
— John 17 v 6, 26

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The Names of God by Marilyn Hickey   From the Author  Each of God’s names reveals a wonderful aspect of His nature that can meet your deepest needs, comfort you in times of personal tragedy, and release you to new heights of praise in times of joy.  God is so vast that the heavens cannot contain Him. Likewise, His personality is so complex that one name cannot adequately describe Him. Throughout the Bible, God revealed Himself to His people through His various names.  When the Israelites were fearful, God revealed Himself as Jehovah Shalom, meaning “the Lord my Peace.” When they were uncertain of His will, He revealed Himself as Jehovah Rohi, meaning “the Lord my Shepherd.” He is also Jehovah Jireh, “the Lord our Provider,” and Jehovah Rophe, “the Lord our Healer.”  Marilyn Hickey’s practical teaching on nineteen different names of God will whet your appetite to pursue fully God’s love and purpose for your life.

The Names of God by Marilyn Hickey

From the Author

Each of God’s names reveals a wonderful aspect of His nature that can meet your deepest needs, comfort you in times of personal tragedy, and release you to new heights of praise in times of joy.

God is so vast that the heavens cannot contain Him. Likewise, His personality is so complex that one name cannot adequately describe Him. Throughout the Bible, God revealed Himself to His people through His various names.

When the Israelites were fearful, God revealed Himself as Jehovah Shalom, meaning “the Lord my Peace.” When they were uncertain of His will, He revealed Himself as Jehovah Rohi, meaning “the Lord my Shepherd.” He is also Jehovah Jireh, “the Lord our Provider,” and Jehovah Rophe, “the Lord our Healer.”

Marilyn Hickey’s practical teaching on nineteen different names of God will whet your appetite to pursue fully God’s love and purpose for your life.

God has a Name by John Mark Comer   From the Author  Many of us ache for relationship with God, yet feel distant and disconnected from him. As if he's more of an idea we believe in our head than a person we relate to. But God has a name: Yahweh.  This one simple idea has the potential to radically alter how you relate to God, not as a doctrine, but as a relational being who responds to you in an elastic, back-and-forth way. Why do we feel this gap between us and God? Could it be that a lot of what we think about God is wrong? Not all wrong, but wrong enough to mess up how we relate to him? What if our "God" is really a projection of our own identity, ideas, and desires? And what if the real God is different, but far better than we could ever imagine? This book is a simple, but profound guide to what God says about himself.  In his signature conversational-but-smart style, John Mark Comer takes the reader line by line through Exodus 34v6-8-Yahweh's self-revelation on Mount Sinai-called by some scholars the one most quoted verse in the Bible, by the Bible. In it, we see who God says he is. It turns out, who God is just might surprise you, and change everything.

God has a Name by John Mark Comer

From the Author

Many of us ache for relationship with God, yet feel distant and disconnected from him. As if he's more of an idea we believe in our head than a person we relate to. But God has a name: Yahweh.

This one simple idea has the potential to radically alter how you relate to God, not as a doctrine, but as a relational being who responds to you in an elastic, back-and-forth way. Why do we feel this gap between us and God? Could it be that a lot of what we think about God is wrong? Not all wrong, but wrong enough to mess up how we relate to him? What if our "God" is really a projection of our own identity, ideas, and desires? And what if the real God is different, but far better than we could ever imagine? This book is a simple, but profound guide to what God says about himself.

In his signature conversational-but-smart style, John Mark Comer takes the reader line by line through Exodus 34v6-8-Yahweh's self-revelation on Mount Sinai-called by some scholars the one most quoted verse in the Bible, by the Bible. In it, we see who God says he is. It turns out, who God is just might surprise you, and change everything.