Monday, October 03, 2011
International Speaker Pastor Jack Sequeira returns October 7-15th, 2011 to:
Broadview Seventh-day Adventist Church (Website Contact)
3101 S. 25th Ave.
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DATES, TIMES and Topics
Friday Oct 7th 7-8:30pm - God’s Show and Tell
Saturday Oct 8th 10am-12pm - The Fire that Consumes
2:00pm-3:30pm Redemption Unfolded
Questions and Answers
Sunday Oct 9th 10am-12pm - Significance of the Courtyard
1:15pm-2:15pm - God With Us
Questions and Answers
Monday Oct 10th 7-8:30pm - You are God’s Temple
Tuesday Oct 11th 7-8:30pm - Christ Our High Priest
Wednesday Oct 12th 7-8:30pm - Cleansing of the Sanctuary
Thursday Oct 13th 7-8:30pm - Yom Kippur
Friday Oct 14th 7-8:30pm - Not I but Christ
Saturday Oct 15th - 10am-12pm -Redemption in a Nutshell
2:00pm-3:30pm - The Gospel Vindicated
Questions and Answers
(It is an evangelism event.)
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Length answers the question, how long is a line? It relates to distance. Your answer is normally given in meter or inches/feet or some associated form. A street or highway is measured in miles or kilometers. the length of a table is normally in feet. The perimeter is the length of all the sides of any shape. If you could add the length of the sides of the triangle, rectangle, or any shape - the sum is the perimeter. The circumference is the equivalent of the perimeter in a circular shape. For example, if you could cover the border of the circle with a string, then straighten the string and measure its length, that would give me the circumference. There is a simple mathematical way to do it - without a string - there is a formula for this. All you would need is to find the diameter of the circle. That is an imaginary line that goes from one border of the circle to the opposite side passing through the center.
The area is how space a particular shape has. It is normally expressed in squared units, that is square feet, square miles. Some time it is said that a lot of land is whatever acres. Acres is a certain amount of square feet. It is square because it is normally found by multiplying the length by the width. So the units whether feet or meter is elevated to the second power exponential. It just means, that the number is result of a multiplication. For this discussion and in simple terms, it means that the measurement is not a straight line, but a shape ( this may not apply for all squared units). For circles there is a special formula to find the area. Why would you want the area of a circle, well if you are building a circular pool or pond you need to know how much is the area. Area is in two dimensions.
Volume is also the amount of space but in three dimensions: length, width and depth. Sometimes is length, height and depth; or length, width, and height. Either way it is a cubic number, because it is the product of three numbers (multiplied). Lets say you have a book case, you want to know if it will fit in your room. First, you go for the length. Will it fit against the wall. Or will you have enough space in your wall to fit. The next thing is how high. How tall is your book case? Will it fit below your ceiling? If you multiply these tow numbers you end up with the area on the wall the Bookcase will occupy. But now you want to know how far from the wall (to the floor) will the bookcase go. Now we are talking depth. If you multiply the three numbers you end up with volume. Normally, you do not need volume for bookcases, but if I the bookcase was to be out of plastic and we close up the front part of it, we now have a tank. In this tank we may put water, milk, or gas. The volume would tell us how many gallons or liters of liquid we could put in this tank. Gallons equals a certain amount of cubic inches, and liters equals a certain amount of cubic meters.
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