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Scripture Reading for Saturday April 5

At NCC we supply Scripture reading for the week in preparation for the weekly message on Sunday. Today’s reading:

Luke 21:5-24

Tomorrow we will begin our series on the Olivet Discourse.  You can actually begin your reading back in Luke 20:41 as we will finish up last weeks sermon and begin the Discourse tomorrow.  Don’t expect the Left Behind series redo, the passage is not about us.

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  1. Hey I saw you mentioned the Left Behind series by Tim LeHaye? I know they are trying to build a community of us fans of the series. If you want to join the group we are at (sorry, I would rather not promote for you…)

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