Category: Worship

First of February – New, Free Study

The more I learn about God’s design of and for His temple, He increases how beautiful, holy, and sacred it is to me. So if you’re wondering whether to take the time to study “Temple of the Living God,” read on and see why it is important to believers. The book of Exodus describes the more »

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Reflections on EQUIP Boot Camp: Clashing

As I think back over this summer and specifically on the weeks spent on the Precept campus for EQUIP Boot Camp 2016, the word that keeps coming to my mind is CLASHING. You might not think that a very nice word to choose. But let me explain: There are so many coexisting beliefs and choices more »

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EQUIP Boot Camp 1 (Day 2) 

The first full day of camp was such a blessing to us! The campers have brought with them such willing and open spirits for what we’re doing here this week. We have been amazed at how loudly they’re already singing, and how much they talked and responded in the very first classroom time. That’s not more »

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Jesus: The Veil Torn

When coming before God in prayer or worship, do you ever wonder if He hears you? As His children, are we truly worthy to enter the throne room of the holy King of kings? These are worthy questions to be asked and, gratefully, the author of Hebrews addresses! Therefore, brothers, since we have confidence to more »

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Worship: Jesus is the Light

We have passed through the door and eaten at the table of bread so far in our journey through the Old Testament tabernacle. The tabernacle is where the people of God would have gone through the rituals to worship. Over the month on the blog, we have learned we worship what we find worthy. We’ve more »

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Jesus Is the Bread of Life

This month we are looking at the tabernacle and its representation of Jesus. Today, we look at how the table of bread represents Jesus, our bread of life. This is a past post from Precept Ministries International where you can also read it here.   It was at Capernaum where Jesus taught that He is more »

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