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Things don't always work out the way we want them to.
Things don't always work out the way we want them to, or the way we think they will. Sometimes we don't even see it coming. We get hit with some form of pain out of nowhere leaving us feeling desperate and helpless. That's the way life is. Still, it makes us wonder how God can let these things happen to us. How God can just stand by and watch us suffer. Where is God when it really hurts? Maybe God is actually closer than we think. Maybe it's when we're in these situations, where everything seems to be falling apart, that God gets an opportunity to remind us of how much he really loves us.
Nooma is a revolutionary product that is changing the way people experience spirituality – a series of short films on DVD with a downloadable discussion guide. It's not a book or a cassette tape. And it's not a CD or a two-hour movie. It's a new format called Nooma — short films, between 10 and 14 minutes long, about God and our lives. Since its limited online release in November 2002, Nooma has impacted millions of people. Noomas are appropriate for personal and small group settings, congregational meetings, and much more. Like parables, they use the experiences of our lives to teach about the fullness of life through Jesus, tackling issues like forgiveness, discipleship, and unconditional love. The study materials accompanying each Nooma encourage meaningful discussion with relevant questions and biblical references.Rob Bell, a leading pastor and breakthrough communicator in the Christian community, is featured in the first series of Noomas.
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Nooma: Rain - DVD – Chele W, 06/10/2012
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Nooma: Rain - DVD – Kim P, 04/16/2011
To Christian Cinema: PLEASE REMOVE ALL ROB BELL VIDEOS. HE IS NOT TEACHING THE JESUS OF THE BIBLE!!His new book confirms it. American Family Association agrees.
Rob Bell has been quoted saying, "Gospel, what gospel?"
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While Bell’s videos are emotionally touching, I believe that in a certain sense, this emotional tugging at the heart of people can be dangerous when intermingled with heretical teaching. Emotions are powerful and when people are emotionally charged, rational thinking has a tendency to be thrown out the door. Once enamored with the emotions induced by videos, music, etc., people are more receptive to whatever information is thrown their way. That is unless they guard their hearts and examine the teaching under close scrutiny like the first century Bereans. (Acts 17:11) This is not to say that emotions are wrong by any means. But emotion MUST be undergirded with the truth. Scripture likens false teaching to harlotry. This is repeated multiple times throughout the Bible. Revelation 2 describes how the church at Thyatira tolerated false teaching and the Lord gives them strong condemnation with a stern warning if they failed to repent. Focus is turned back into the Old Testament (1 Kings) where a prophetess Jezebel seduced God’s people into immorality and false spiritual practices. The title “Jezebel” is used as a pseudonym or pen name for another woman who was much like the OT Jezebel, and introduced false teaching and spiritual harlotry to Thyatira in Revelation 2:18-29. This letter, by the way, is the longest letter to the seven churches. Thyatira was a church dominated by love and good works; in fact, their good works kept increasing. It was probably a place that evoked a strong sense of “community” and “belonging”. However, they committed a grave error in that they tolerated this “Jezebel” to disseminate false teaching right under their noses. Heretical teaching is never tolerated in Scripture regardless of how much it is cloaked in love and good works.
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