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Series: TITLES OF CHRIST IN ISAIAH
February 2, 2003
Thank you for being here in the Pastor's Class. This is a non denominational Bible study. It's open to everyone of all denominations and all faiths and all ages. I'm glad that you've joined us. We're studying right now "The Titles of Christ in Isaiah". 700 years before Christ was born he predicted the coming of Christ in this world and he gave Jesus titles that tell us what Christ would do when He. When you came in you should have received an outline like this along with a little index card and also an envelope. That index card is to record your prayer requests and also let us know something about yourself. So if you'll take a moment and fill out that index card. On the back side of that is for your prayer requests. Please let us know about your prayer requests and your needs.
If you're watching by television today let me just tell you that we'd love for you to be a part of our class by television. You can do that by simply writing or calling us today and we'll be glad to send you, in advance of the lesson each week, an outline just like the one I hold in my hand. You'll be able to take the outline and each week when we come on television you'll have the outline in hand and you can sit down and take the outline and take your Bible and follow along with us as though you were right here in the Pastor's Class. I think this is going to be a unique approach to television in that you can be a part of this class even though you may not be able to attend. It will be a very informal way for you to study God's word and even to write us or call us and interact with us, and really be a part of our Bible study class. As I say, it's open to all denominations and all faiths. So whatever denomination you may be or if you're not any denomination you can still be a part of this class. We encourage you to do that.
Coming up in just a few weeks we're going to be s ...
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