Finding God’s Peace
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Finding God’s Peace

Are you looking for God's peace in your heart, soul, and mind? Finding God's peace begins with a clear conscience. The Bible promises this clear conscience. When we stop hiding from ourselves, God, and others, then we can be cleansed moment-by-moment by Jesus' blood. Then, even during difficult times, God's peace will remain in you.

The Courage of Moses’ Mother
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The Courage of Moses’ Mother

Jochebed, Moses' mother, risked her life to do what was right. Her faith in action exemplifies the life in God a person receives when dying to self. Because of the courage of Moses' mother, God was able to save all the people of Israel from slavery. If you put everything on the line to do...

Miracle November Offertory
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Miracle November Offertory

We began today's offertory with a goal of $1,520 to cover the Pilgrim's Progress radio bill. Miraculously, several listeners called and covered the entire amount! This is a real life example of how God's provision is restored to us in Christ. Enjoy the hymns and watch as God mightily answers prayer.

A New Conviction of Sin
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A New Conviction of Sin

Naaman the Syrian, afflicted by leprosy, sought out the king of Israel for a cure. Then, the prophet Elijah stepped in and asked Naaman to come to him for healing. On the way, a messenger met Naaman and told him to wash 7 times in the Jordan River and be healed. Though Naaman knew he...

God’s Commission and Provision Restored in Christ
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God’s Commission and Provision Restored in Christ

God created men and women to “take charge” of his creation. With this came love, help, food, eternal life, and everything else needed to be successful. When Adam and Eve ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, they abandoned God's commission. As a result, they also lost God's provision. Since then,...

Americana
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Americana

The history of America and the history of biblical Israel run parallel. We find this exemplified in the story of Elijah, Ahab, and Jezebel. Confronting the Jewish people, Elijah said, “How long will you hop back and forth between two opinions?” He referred to the love of God and the love of prosperity achieved by...

Reaching the Cross
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Reaching the Cross

As soon as John Bunyan's character, Christian, reached the cross, the burden of sin fell from his back. It rolled into the tomb, never to be seen again. Then, three shining Ones met Christian. He received forgiveness of sins, new clothing, a scroll, and a mark on his forehead. Pastor Ray and Alexandra share some...

Holy Spirit Lessons
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Holy Spirit Lessons

After Christian entered the narrow gate, he arrived at the House of the Interpreter. Here, lessons from the Holy Spirit prepared him for his journey. Let these illustrations from John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, and their interpretation, encourage and guide you on your own Christian journey. Correction: In the duel referred to in this broadcast, Aaron...

Narrow Is the Gate
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Narrow Is the Gate

In John Bunyan's story, Pliable and Christian both began the journey to the narrow gate. Then, Pliable thought the journey was too difficult. He turned back to the City of Destruction, leaving Christian on his own. Soon, Mr. Worldly Wiseman turned Christian away from the path of life. After meeting Evangelist, Christian fled, and finally...

Law and Grace
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Law and Grace

What do Christians mean when they talk about “the cross”? Romans 6 gives a simple definition. To “die with Christ” is to die to sin. That is, all sin. This death is always accompanied by a resurrection: a new, sin-free life to serve God. The law of God will not be set aside at the final judgment....