So Christ has now become the High Priest over all the good things that have come. He has entered that greater, more perfect Tabernacle in heaven, which was not made by human hands and is not part of this created world. -NLT
- Hebrews 9:11
With his own blood, not the blood of goats and calves, he entered the Most Holy Place once for all time and secured our redemption forever. -NLT
- Hebrews 9:12
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God, Portland. If you found us surfing the internet you may wonder who
we are and what we believe? Remember the 1990s and the abbreviation
WWJD—“What Would Jesus Do”. Change those initials ever so slightly to
WDJD—“What Did Jesus Do” and it describes the
focus and passion of our ministry.
We assemble weekly on the day Jesus and the Apostles met, we keep the
annual celebrations Jesus, the Apostles and the early New Testament
Church kept and we seek to respect the same doctrines they taught the
early New Testament converts.
Our doors are always open as you seek to better understand the
awesome plan of God. Join us for worship, learning, songs and
- Robert and Dyanne Dick
Weekly Mini Study
Most of us have heard that Jesus Christ died for our sins, but what does that
really mean? Why was His death necessary? What part does Christ's sacrifice play
in God's plan for mankind? How is Jesus Christ's death reflected in God's holy
festivals? Part 1 on the New Testament Passover will address these important questions.
Click to read: Why Did Jesus Have to Die? Part 1
Jihadist World View • Warning to the West •
Israel Obstacle to Peace •
God's Plan for the Middle East • Ebola - more to come •
What Cancer Cannot Do • Seven Beatitudes of Revelation • The
Sower and the Seed • Chaos will give way to peace • Who Is God? •
A Close relationship with God • Middle East Chaos
Beyond Today TV Presentation
Is it possible that 2 billion Christians could be wrong about Easter? Did you know that there's a major contradiction in the Easter story? Most believe that Jesus was crucified and placed in the grave on a Friday afternoon - and then raised back to life on Easter Sunday, a day and a half later. When you compare that to what Jesus Himself said, you'll find there's a major discrepancy. Now what does the Bible say about how long Jesus would be in the grave?
- Portland Cable 21: Sunday 7:30 pm
- Milwaukie Ch 19: Tuesday 5:30 am & 2:30 pm
- Oregon City Ch 23: Friday 7:30 am & 2:30 pm
- ION: Friday 8:30 am
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