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Buried Hatred towards God

By nature, all men possess a carnal mind that is characterized by supreme selfishness and enmity with God. Yet the mind of Christ, and those who are in Christ, follows after love and is self-sacrificing and self-denying. Though the carnal mind is a result of voluntary selfishness, it can only be transformed by the presence...

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The Infinite Madness and Blasphemy of Excuses for Sin (Encore)

We are called to walk clean before God by faith in the effectual working of the Holy Spirit. When we make excuses for sin, we are justifying ourselves and blaspheming God. Excuses make repentance impossible. Will you cling to your excuses and blaspheme God, or will you recognize that your own wickedness and unbelief are...

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Tender Ties with Thee

Our relationship with Jesus is made up of tender, intimate ties. These tender feelings spring up when there is an utter giving over of one to the other. Have you let sin cut those tender ties with Jesus and allowed your relationship with him to grow cold or formal? Jesus doesn’t need us to build...

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The Gospel of Holiness in Real Life

To understand what the gospel of holiness looks like in real life, we must first ask, “Do you really feel a need for a savior?” Salvation must begin with an in-depth breaking down of our mind and heart as we recognize our exceeding sinfulness and how far we have fallen from the glory of God....

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Made Holy by Faith

A debilitating lie persists in the American church: the lie that Christ saves us from the penalty of sin, by faith, but then we must “do our best,” with Jesus’ help, to live a godly life. Pastor Ray Greenley shares his testimony of the frustration of living in Romans 7 until he learned the true...

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The Fruit of a Sinner and a Saint

Many who profess Christ will find themselves shut out of the kingdom because they were not willing to deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow Jesus. The day is coming when every man will be judged by his works, and you must be found having real righteousness, not mere profession. Will you set your...