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Live Bible Study Webcast: Atonement, Unpardonable Sin

July 8, 2013

The Cincinnati East, Ohio, congregation of the United Church of God is continuing its bi-weekly Bible study Wednesday night, July 10. The study begins at a new time: 7 p.m. EDT and is available live via webcast.

The Book of Hebrews Chapters 9 and 10.

We’ll continue our study in the Book of Hebrews finishing chapter 9 and noting the difference between atonement in the Old Testament versus atonement the New Testament. We may even have time to cover chapter 10 and discuss the “unpardonable sin.”  So, don’t miss our Wednesday night study beginning at 7 p.m. The presenter will be Steve Myers.

live bible study webcast

Plan to attend in person, or you can listen online. You can also view the Bible study using your smartphone Internet browser.

Steve Myers—Pastor, United Church of God Cincinnati East

July 8, 2013 - Posted by | Ambassador Bible Center

6 Comments »

  1. Sir, Is it possible to get a cd or dvd of the Bible Study. I do not hear very well, therefore I would like to use my earphones and listen to my TV. Thank you for your answer. Sarah J. Borthick Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2013 22:03:02 +0000 To: sarahb312@hotmail.com

    Comment by Sarah Borthick | July 8, 2013 | Reply

    • Sarah, we’re sorry but we have not produced any of our studies onto CD or DVD. Is there someone in your area that could download them and put them onto a CD for you?

      Comment by United Church of God | July 9, 2013 | Reply

    • one option–as they are archived–is to play them wearing headphones attached to your computer’s speakers. I’ve done that when my husband is sleeping.

      Comment by karintompkins@msn.com | July 9, 2013 | Reply

    • For the past several months, the Church has been making the Bible Studies available on YouTube. If you have high speed Internet access, or if you know someone who does, you can watch the Bible Studies on YouTube whenever you like, using headphones or earphones plugged in to your computer. This is especially good if you’re using a laptop or notebook computer. There are also several ways of downloading YouTube videos, including the Bible Studies, Beyond Today and BT Daily episodes, and other Church videos (including the Feast videos of the past several years) directly to your computer’s hard drive, which can then be transferred to a DVD for further reference. If you’re “computer-savvy,” or if you know someone who is, you should be able to accomplish this with little or no difficulty. I hope this helps!

      Comment by Tom Nichol | July 11, 2013 | Reply

  2. Here is another way sarahb; you can use your HDMI cable from the back of your TV. Plug it into your computer and turn on the TV. You can enlarge the Live Bible Study on the right corner of the Youtube screen It’s next to the volume speaker. If your husband or you are know about computers, you may have to adjust your volume settings on your computer to hear it better. I had to right click on my speaker (volume control) on the icons bar at the bottom of the screen. A menu will appear. I had to click on “playback devices” and adjust my SPDIF(Digital Out via HP Dock) IDT High Defination Audio CodeC Ready. This may be to much information for you. Do you have any friend that knows about computers? I hope this helps some. Sincerely, K.

    Comment by k. | July 10, 2013 | Reply

  3. Another portable option that rivals CD or DVD, is to download the study later as an MP3 audio file (This is simple and what I prefer, for listening at own convenience,) Navigate to: http://www.ucg.org/live-bible-study/ (can copy and paste in browser bar, and Enter)
    then on the archives listing page, click on the title of the study you want. That goes to the particular archived study page, where you then scroll down just below the video frame to “Media download options…” and right-click on the link to download the MP3 file. [Notice which folder it will go to in your PC so you can find it.]
    You can play it back on your PC using headphones, or copy it to a portable MP3 player (a Sansa, an iPod, or…) that you can wear and move about– or even take a walk while you listen! Yes!!

    Comment by David in CM | July 27, 2013 | Reply


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