Jesus in HD 86: Paintings. It’s All About the Paintings. (And Oh What a Painter God Is!!!)

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[display_podcast] In this PODCAST, so many, many questions will be answered. How do we know there is a God?  Why does the Bible say that all people are without excuse? How did people in the Old Testament get "saved"?  What about people who have never heard of Jesus before?  Just to name a few!!! Open your ears. Open your eyes. Most importantly, open your heart. You will be amazed at all that you are about to learn!!! First off, let’s read Matthew 12:38-39 (AMP):38 Then some of the scribe … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 52: Living from the Heart – Letting Go & Surrender

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[display_podcast] Reminder: This is a rough outline of the podcast. If you want to hear about my personal application of this teaching please tune in and listen.It is usually at the peak of arrogance that we feel the first blow pointing towards true surrender, and we reluctantly do it because we have to! Isn't that God's patient way with us? He allows us to come to the fact that there is just no other choice. Here are a few things I have learned about surrender along my journey that I … [Read more...]

The Big Picture Podcast: Who Really Means It?

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[display_podcast] Welcome to the Big Picture Podcast. I’m Joel Fieri and this podcast seeks to begin and hopefully sustain a conversation about current trends, ideas and issues in the Church and greater society. Today I wanted to follow up on my podcast from a couple weeks ago with the Backrow Baptist, the guy in the back pew who can’t quiet keep the rhythm or sing on-key. You’ve seen him, and he’s seen you. On that podcast we were talking about how to respond to our rapidly secularizing cultur … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Key Things To Consider Regarding Old Testament History

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[display_podcast]The stories of the early nation of Israel begin in the first book of the Old Testament, Genesis, and continues through the Book of Esther, with portions of Jonah and Daniel as well. In order to get you into the feel of what it’s like to be in the ancient times that these books took place, we’re going to go through some general guidelines that will help you understand the text much easier as you read. Remember, some of these people lived up to 4,000 years ago. That is a long t … [Read more...]

Meeting People Head On with Ray Schmautz 8: How to be Filled with God’s Spirit

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It’s impossible to lead a Christian life if the Holy Spirit isn’t empowering you. When you became a Christian, God’s Spirit came to live inside of you, and He wants to have total freedom to empower you and influence you in the choices you make throughout your life. But you also have your own flesh – the reality of your sinful nature – still in you battling with the Holy Spirit over your will.In Ephesians 5, we learn about what it’s like to turn away from ungodly things, and then we read in ve … [Read more...]

Carty’s Contemporary Classics: Sometimes It’s Sin, Sometimes It’s Not or Will I Burn If I Get the Hots?

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[display_podcast] Let’s start out with some stats:On a per capita basis, the group that’s leading in increased incidents of sexually transmitted disease is the 10 to 14-year-old age group. In 1970, less than 5% of all 15-year-old girls had had sex. By 1988 that number rose to 25%. Current estimates say that 20% of our high schoolers graduate with their virginity. Of those who have had sex, 30% of them have it once and then don’t do it again. Another 30% have had four partners or more … [Read more...]


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