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Wed, Aug 05, 2020
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9 mins 26 secs
God is very definitely our help in times of distress. It is so easy to want to take matters into our own hands when distress is high. But when we do, we often do things we shouldn’t, and in the process, we ruin our witness to those around us. Let’s learn to respond to distress in such a way that others will see and desire to serve the Lord themselves.
Wed, Jul 29, 2020
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9 mins 23 secs
One of the key messages of the Bible is the hope that all nations, all ethnic groups, will come to worship the living and true God. As people worship God, He is able to bless them. This psalm emphasizes how important this is and gives us a primary reason sharing it with others.
Sun, Jul 26, 2020
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1 hr 1 mins 22 secs
In this section of Romans chapter 3, Paul announces both guilt and freedom. As prisoners, we are brought into the courtroom. The charges are read and the jury pronounces the guilty verdict. The judge has the gavel. But instead of pronouncing the sentence against us the judge says, “He free, she’s free. They can go free.” And we wonder how that is possible?
Wed, Jul 22, 2020
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11 mins 11 secs
Psalm 66 is a wonderful call to praise the Lord; a call to worship God. Most Christians know we should do this, but sometimes we forget the reasons why. We forget all the times God has worked in our lives and we forget all the ways He has blessed us. This psalm, perhaps will help to remind us of some of these things.
Sun, Jul 19, 2020
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1 hr 46 mins 39 secs
Whenever you talk to an unbeliever about the Gospel you sometimes end up with some unanticipated diversions. In the case of Paul’s sharing the gospel with the Jews, He faced similar diversions. How do we respond to the diversions we hear when we try to share God’s love with others? Paul gives us a pattern for this in the section of the book of Romans.
Wed, Jul 15, 2020
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10 mins 50 secs
It’s very important for us to step back on a regular basis and consider how good we really have it. In a very negative society, it’s very easy to forget the many blessings God gives us every day. Psalm 65 is a reminder of some of these blessings.
Sun, Jul 12, 2020
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1 hr 4 mins 17 secs
What will our eternal home, heaven, be like? We’ll try to answer that question, at least partially, with the information we’ve been given from scripture, particularly from Revelation 21 and 22.
Thu, Jul 09, 2020
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10 mins 55 secs
The truth is we all face times in our lives when ungodly people use their poisonous tongues as weapons against us. As the godly seek to do the will of God in a world that hates God, the enemies of God are always rising up against the people of God. When that happens, how should we respond?
Sun, Jul 05, 2020
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53 mins 33 secs
What will life in heaven be like for believers who go there after death. In this study we consider that to help remove the veil over the glorious existence that awaits every follower of Christ.
Thu, Jul 02, 2020
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10 mins 11 secs
The deepest need any of us have is for a vibrant living relationship with God. And until we meet that need we will never be satisfied. Psalm 63 shows us a way to make our relationship vibrant and living.