IIT UBF - University Bible Fellowship at IIT

Worship in the Godbox


Sundays at 10am


(Illinois Tech's Carr Chapel)

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Advent 2019

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Magnificat! Glorify the Lord!
Luke 1:46-55

Mary was deeply aware of her humble state, physically and spiritually, and submitted herself to the Lord's will. When Elizabeth confirmed Mary's baby to come would be the Messiah, the Savior, a thrill of hope caused her to burst out in a song known as the Magnificat, which means to magnify the Lord's glory. She glorified God in her soul, and rejoiced in her spirit.

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Your Redemption is Drawing Near
Luke 21:25-36

Jesus Christ came, suffered, and died on the cross for our sins. He rose from the dead and is now at the right hand of God. The work of redemption is complete, repent and believe the good news. Jesus, the King, the Son of God, is ready, and when he comes again he will judge the living and the dead. The world will see great signs. Believers, and only the redeemed of the Lord - when these things take place, stand, and lift your heads, for Christ will come and bring you to glory and perfection.

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The Power of Jesus' Name
Acts 3:1-10

Even though Jesus isn’t with us physically any more, we have access to him through his name. There is no name like his, for there is power in the name of Jesus. In today’s passage Peter and John heal a crippled beggar in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

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God With Us
Matthew 1:18-25

Matthew records how the birth of Jesus came about: he was born to a virgin named Mary who was engaged to a man named Joseph. Jesus was not conceived in the regular way, but came down from heaven and took on flesh in Mary's womb. Jesus is God who came down to be with us, because we could not go up to be with him. He came sinless, to give himself for us to die for us as an atoning sacrifice for our sins, so that we may be reconciled to God and be with him forever.

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Is There No God in Israel?
2 Kings 1:1-18

Second Kings opens with the story of King Ahaziah, Ahab's son and successor to Israel's throne. When he is critically injured, he immediately sends messengers to inquire of the Philistine god Baal-Zebub. God intercepts them through Elijah and asks the king, "Is it because there is no God in Israel?" Do you believe there is a God in Israel? The God in Israel is the only God, and he has a message to all the world: there is mercy and salvation through faith in his Son, Jesus Christ.

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You Are the God Who Sees Me

Genesis 16:1-16

Key Verse: 16:13

So she called the name of the LORD who spoke to her, “You are a God of seeing,” for she said, “Truly here I have seen him who looks after me.”

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God Redeems

In 2009, I lost my job because of the economy. It was one of the worst days of my life, but two years later God made it one of the best of my life.

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Intro Daily


Advent 2019

The turkey has been roasted and leftovers fill our fridges. Thanksgiving is gone and the time of Advent is here. Advent is all about the anticipation of the arrival of the baby Jesus and starts on December 1.

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Thanksgiving 2019

It is November and Thanksgiving is approaching. Please join us for our special Thanksgiving worship service on November 24 in the Carr Chapel.

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Living Hope

Spring is just arriving and that means that Easter will soon be here. On April 5-7, we will be having our Easter Retreat with the title of Living Hope.

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Who We Are and What We Do

Since 2007, we have been serving Illinois Tech and the surrounding community with the word of God through Bible study and worship service. We are a church composed of alum and current students, who wish to see the love and grace of Jesus shared with others.

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