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November 17, 2018

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Worth Ellis Classic

Worth's family is poor. His dad has skin cancer and drinks whiskey to deal with the pain. Scared of hell while attending a revival, Worth joins the church at 12 years old, but he still doesn't know Christ. He drops out of school to work, and when he tries to return to his education, the Depression forces him back into the labor force. He falls in love with Dot, but gambling controls him after they marry. He mocks his sister's Christianity. After his brother is killed in World War II, he becomes bitter at God. His sister reminds him that if he had been killed, he'd be in hell. He finally yields to God and eventually becomes an evangelist.

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The Perfect Father - Part 2 of 2

“Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect” (Matthew 5: 48).

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The Pinch of Want

God has given a conscience to every human being in order to be able to determine right and wrong, but the problem with the conscience is that it can be manipulated and subdued by the wants and the will of man. Join Dr. James Boice next time on The Bible Study Hour as he examines the conscience both apart from, and in the light of, God’s Word.

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Shavu'ot and Pentecost

What is the prophetic significance of the Feast of Pentecost?

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The Boast of the Cross

Boasting is never attractive. But have you ever noticed that, despite the fact that nobody likes a bragger, everybody brags anyway? And what about? Our brain power, our muscle power, our buying power. . . anything that makes us feel like we are better than someone else. But when we come to know Jesus, we humbly realize that we have nothing, except for his cross, to boast about. And for the cross we should boast eagerly.

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