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The Rhema of God (Hebrews 11)

In today’s sermon, Pastor Ray clearly articulate two critically important Greek words, which are logos and rhema. It’s important to know both of them in detail. The call of the Holy Spirit is to distinguish those rhema words from God versus the mundane and unimportant things and to cast those things aside. 

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A Mind That Understands! (2004)

Today’s sermon classic will be a very helpful reminder for you, so I would encourage you to prayerfully listen. We can easily get off track in our walk with Jesus when we focus either on the past or the future, which leads us into taking control of our lives again as we begin once again to...

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Jesus Is the Foundation of Life (Encore)

On today’s encore broadcast, Pastor Ray uses a story from that wonderful book, Remarkable Miracles and G.C. Bevington. Is Jesus the foundation of your life or do you have some other foundation? 

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July 2016 Offertory and Hymns

The broadcast on Tuesday and Wednesday are both offertory calls, so they’re both primarily music. Listen and be encouraged to simply trust and obey Jesus.

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Continuation of Hebrews Study

On today’s broadcast, Pastor Ray continues from the broadcast on Wednesday. Please prayerfully listen. Pastor spends a good bit of time discussing and contrasting Cain versus Abel and we must make that decision as Abel did to fully surrender our lives and all that we have to God.

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The Journey of Faith (Hebrews 11:1-3)

Today’s sermon is an expansion of the Wednesday broadcast on Hebrews 11. Pastor Ray unveils an explanation of faith and a word by word definition of each word in the Greek. Go a Strong’s concordance and follow along. Pastor Ray gives an example of faith in action and something that was not faith. Ask the...

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Vanity Fair (2009)

Today’s post is from the Springs of Living Water radio broadcast with Pastors Ray and Jan from 2009. They are speaking from the book Pilgrim’s Progress when Christian and Faithful went to the city of Vanity Fair. Surely our current culture is quite similar, with even more decadence and debauchery. Make the decision to go...