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Ryan Sim - September 18, 2012

Day 20 - What God Did About Evil

Christianity 101

In this session, we very briefly hint at what God has done about evil and sin, with lots more explanation to come next time.

Question: Have you ever found it hard to admit you need help? Why is it so hard? Do you react by running away, fighting hard, getting depressed or by defending yourself?

From the Bible: Read John 7-8 and reflect - How does Jesus deal with the woman in Chapter 8 whose faults are on public display?

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    2 Comments

    1. Shane Watson
      December 6, 2012

      Hi. Good videos. I’m not a commuter (I both live and work in Port Hope) but I like the idea of Redeem the Commute. I pray it is a successful effort.

      Just a heads up that your intro in the Act 2 video appears as though it belongs on the Act 3 video.

      Yours in faith,
      Shane

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      • Ryan Sim
        December 6, 2012

        You are quite right, thanks for catching that! We will post the right intro soon.

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