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For the 7-session study of

MESSIAH IN THE BOOKS OF MOSES:

1.  Download and complete the study questions without using commentaries or study notes.

2. Watch the video message covering the session's study questions.

3. Send questions, comments, and/or prayer requests below.

Before watching the introductory video, complete the study questions for Luke 24 without using commentaries or study notes.


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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Genesis 3 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Genesis 9 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Genesis 12 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Genesis 49 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Numbers 24 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Before watching the video, complete the study questions for Deuteronomy 18 without using commentaries or study notes.

 

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Questions, comments, or prayer requests will be answered by staff and kept confidential. Let us know what challenges, convicts, comforts, or confuses you about the study. Feel free to share what you are learning about God and how this study is impacting your journey of faith. We look forward

to hearing from you.

To God be the glory,

forever and always.


"´╗┐Pray without ceasing" (1Thess 5:17)