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    from Paul Demant / Added

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    Three lost and found stories. Three completely different things lost: a coin; a sheep; a son. One is lost by someone else. One is lost because it wasn't paying attention and wandered off. One looses himself. Here is the good news: God wants everyone back, no matter how we got lost! AND then Heaven throws a party.

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    • The Lost Sheep Triathlon

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      from Triathlon Ireland / Added

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      TI Media coverage of the middle distance Lost Sheep triathlon in Kenmare, Co Kerry. The race is organised by Cork Tri Club and was part of the 2013 Vodafone National Series. Race Report, Results and Images available here: http://www.triathlonireland.com/index.php?id=107&nid=1463 Triathlon Ireland Facebook: facebook.com/triathlonireland Triathlon Ireland Twitter: twitter.com/tri_ireland

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      • The Lost Sheep- in Spanish

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        Jesus tells the story of the lost sheep in Luke 15. Dr. Tim Madding shares that if heaven celebrates over the finding of the lost, shouldn't the church be investing its time doing that which heaven celebrates? This video is dubbed in Spanish.

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        • Israel and Church

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          from Restoration Down Under / Added

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          Who is Israel? Who is the Church? Has the Church replaced Israel? Are Church and Israel one and the same or two different groups? Who are the Jews and what is the history of Israel and the two kingdoms of Israel... this basic teaching will aim to answer these questions and give you food for thought and challenge you to look into the Scriptures to test this and your understanding on this topic. According to Scriptures the definition of Israel was always the same from the beginning. Israel included the mixed multitude which came out of Egypt together with the people of Israel. YHVH [God] treated them as the children of Israel. He gave them the same responsibilities (Torah) and the same rights (Inheritance) in the Promised Land (Num. 15:15). Paul understood that very well and in his letters he makes clear that in Yeshua [Jesus] there is no Jew or Gentile but we are one body in Messiah, we are Abraham’s seed and heirs of the promise. Gal. 3:26-29, Eph. 2:11-3:6. Consequently we all have the same responsibility in regard to obedience to YHVH. Our example of obedience is Yeshua Ha Mashiach. We also recommend "The Lost Sheep" teaching from 119 Ministries - https://vimeo.com/34147327, and "Identity Crisis teaching from Passion for Truth Ministries - http://youtu.be/BTx5tjNQEvw - both of which cover the same topic... may this be a blessing!

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          • The Story of the Lost Sheep

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            Based on Luke 15:4-7 Created for SU QLD “Ignite” Conference, March 2013 Produced by Creek Road Media. Animation by Sam Uther media@creekroad.org.au Creek Road Presbyterian Church Carina, Brisbane, Australia www.creekroad.org.au

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            • The Lost Sheep Trailer

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              from DiscipleNet.net / Added

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              This teaching goes into some hidden mysteries that most believers today have never heard about. It has been there the whole time right in front of us. We have read scriptures many times and have never even wondered to ask ourselves....well what does He mean by that. For instance what did Jesus/Yahshua mean when He said "I have not come but for the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel". We try to answer some of these questions and show who the New Covenant was really made with. If you have never heard anything about this subject before, it will blow you away with a theme that is covered from Genesis all the way through the book of Revelations.

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              • The Lost Sheep

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                This teaching is going to go way back into the scriptures of the Old Testament to give us a history lesson of what happened to Ancient Israel that changed history forever and how it affects our lives. It will also explain to us what the Full message is of what the Gospel really is. It is good news, in fact it is great News! But news that we have never been told. What did Jesus mean when He said: "I have other sheep, which are not of this fold; I must bring them also, and they will hear My voice; and they will become one flock with one shepherd.

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                • July 29, 2012 Worship Highlights

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                  Watch selections of the music and message from Wilmont Place Baptist Church.

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                  • The Lost Sheep

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                    from EAEC / Added

                    Welcome to Resurrection Life of Jesus Church This is a video from our weekly webcast. Sunday Service: 10:30AM PST Thursday Bible Study: 7:00PM PST eaec.org/webcast.htm We are a Bible centered group of believers in Sacramento, California, who desire to grow in the full knowledge of Jesus Christ without compromise to His Word. We believe, teach and practice all things that Jesus taught and that were practiced by the Church in the book of the Acts of the Apostles. Our ministry is geared to strengthen people who are walking with Christ by equipping them to reach the younger generations so that God will continue to have some mighty men and women to proclaim the good news of the Gospel. ABOUT THE VIDEO John 3:16-17 says, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved." Jesus came to seek and save all of humanity and had a special tenderness for the sinners who were despised by the Jewish religious leaders. It made them angry that Jesus chose to associate with sinners but the love and salvation Jesus offered is for everyone and is not based upon a person's rank in society. In the parable of the lost sheep, Jesus showed the value of just one sheep compared to the rest and how far the shepherd was willing to go in order to retrieve it. God views His creation with compassion; He takes care of all His sheep, but particular care is given for the lost one, and there is much joy with the return of a wayward sheep back into the fold. God rejoices in repentance, but make no mistake, God is also pleased with the sheep who continue to be obedient as well. Which one are you? eaec.org/sermons/2012/RLJ-1342.htm

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                    • Four 'Losts', Luke 15:1-32 (SM12-016)

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                      from St Helen’s Church / Added

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                      David Cook gave this talk “Four ‘Losts’", on 15th April, 2012, at St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate, London: to our Sunday-morning congregation. He spoke on chapter 15 of Luke’s gospel - the Parable of the Lost Sheep, the Parable of the Lost Coin, and the Parable of the Prodigal Son. David is with us for four months. He recently retired, after 25 years as Principal of Sydney Missionary and Bible College, and now divides his time between working as a part-time pastoral assistant at the Chinese Presbyterian Church in Surry Hills, Sydney, and an itinerant preaching ministry. For other talks by David Cook, or to browse or search our archive of over 7,000 talks (by William Taylor, Dick Lucas, David Jackman, Charlie Skrine, Paul Clarke, and others), or to subscribe to a podcast, please visit our church’s website http://www.st-helens.org.uk/ - there’s lots of other information there too. We’re in the City of London, only a short walk away from Liverpool Street Station; with meetings on Sundays and some weekday lunchtimes. If ever you're in London and can come then you'll be very welcome at any of these services. ____________________________________ ©2012 St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate, London - contact@st-helens-media.net

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