Unconditional Surrender (2013)
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Unconditional Surrender (2013)

This is the third sermon in a mini-series (December 27, 28 and 31) from the book of Ephesians. Using an illustration from evangelist Rees Howells, Pastor Ray explains that we must make an unconditional surrender to Jesus.

The Choking Christian
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The Choking Christian

Understanding God's unfailing love saves us when we feel crushed, alone, and rejected. This is the second sermon in a mini-series on Ephesians.

Chosen by the Lord
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Chosen by the Lord

When we walk in the Spirit, each aspect of our lives will be chosen by the Lord. This is the first sermon in a mini-series on Ephesians.

A God of Action
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A God of Action

Are you struggling this Christmas? Do you feel as if God is silent? Pastor Ray's message reminds us that God is not passive, but a God of action.

It’s Time to Pray
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It’s Time to Pray

Guy Bevington, a traveling holiness preacher, promoted a revival in Indiana. Many of the Methodist church's 300 members admitted they weren't saved. Then, many prayed through to salvation. Meanwhile, Bevington hid in a haystack. His eccentric and persistent prayer approach created a connection with God. Through that channel, God's power flowed and fueled revival. Today,...

God Can Save Anyone
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God Can Save Anyone

As our Christmas gift to you, we share a powerful story from the life of G.C. Bevington. In answer to one man's prayers, the Holy Spirit led Bevington to Chattanooga, Tennessee. On arrival, he was told to preach that night. At the meeting, church members tried to remove a man who'd been an alcoholic for...

(Part 2) The Pharisee and the Publican
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(Part 2) The Pharisee and the Publican

Following up on yesterday's sermon about the Pharisee, Pastor Ray now turns to the publican (tax collector). This man recognized that he had no righteousness to bring to God. But, he wanted righteousness–and so he asked for it from God. In like manner Christians can receive God's righteousness from Jesus Christ. This message includes a...

The Pharisee and the Publican
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The Pharisee and the Publican

It's easy to belittle the Pharisee who congratulated himself on not being a sinner. But this Pharisee sincerely believed his words. His religion was all outward with no heart change. He didn't know that he was a hypocrite. This is why it's easy not only to belittle the Pharisee, but to be the Pharisee–and not...

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