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Theo - God's Truth DVD

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Theo - God's Truth DVD

Episode 10 - Abiding in Christ - Belfry mimics every action of Luther's, to the point where Luther begs Theo to make him stop.
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Episode 10 - Abiding in Christ - Belfry mimics every action of Luther's, to the point where Luther begs Theo to make him stop. Theo uses this funny behavior as a springboard for a lesson on abiding in Christ. If we want to be like Jesus, we must abide in Him. Then in the Shoebox Bible Theatre he gives the biblical definition, using the life of Paul as an illustration. In all of Paul's hardships, good times, and persecutions, he maintained a proper biblical perspective because he had learned to abide in Christ.

Episode 11 - Light Unto My Path - Luther and Belfry, are hopelessly lost in the woods at night. Luther forgot to bring his flashlight. Theo uses his foolishness to teach about the Bible, the Word of God, which is a lamp unto our feet, even in the darkest of times. Using the story of young King Josiah in the Shoebox Bible Theatre, Theo teaches how God blessed Israel, once their godly king decided to obey the Holy Scriptures that had been hidden and forgotten for years

Episode 12 - What is the Church - Luther and Belfry have started a club, a very exclusive club with restrictive rules, secret handshakes and goofy hats! Belfry informs Theo that not even he is allowed to join. Theo uses this "club mentalityn to launch into a lesson on a proper view of the Church. It is not to be a place where only people who look, talk, and think alike are allowed to join. It is not a place where the "have nots" are looked down upon by the "haves." It is not a place that Christians are to neglect. The church is the all-inclusive Body of Christ! We are all members of one Body.

Bonus features - "The Good News" - a message of salvation.

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Release Date 26 Feb 2013

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