Welcome To CHRISTIAN DEFENSE INTERNATIONAL Bible Study For The Truth EVERYWHERE LEARN MORE CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS I Have Come Into The World As Light, John 12 : 46 So That Whoever Believes In Me May Not Remain In Darkness. HE HAS RISEN JESUS APPEARED TO MORE THAN 500 PEOPLE 1 Corinthians 15: 6 Christ has risen CAPERNAUM SYNAGOGUE Are You In Darkness? Are You Living In A World Of Lies, Deceit Corruption? Spiritual Wickedness, Poverty, And Crime? JESUS IS THE WAY. John14:6 I Am The Light Of The World. Whoever Follows Me Will Not Walk In Darkness, But Will Have The Light Of Life. JOHN 8: 12 WHO AMONG US ARE THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD? CHRISTIANS ARE THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD A CITY SET ON A HILL CANNOT BE HIDDEN Matthew 5: 14 But Whoever Drinks Of The Water That I Will Give Him Will Never Be Thirsty Again. John 4: 14 And No Creature Is Hidden From His Sight, Galilee Mount of Beatitudes Hillside To Whom We Must Give Account. HEBREWS 4: 13 But All Are Naked And Exposed To The Eyes Of Him They rose up, dragged Jesus out of town, took him to the top of the hill in there town Luke 4:28-30 They meant to throw him over the cliff, But Jesus slipped away Cliff Edge
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