Confession in the Congo Revival
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Confession in the Congo Revival

Confession in the Congo Revival caused the revival to spread. But more than that, in one sense confession was the very heart of the revival. With confession came great joy, forgiveness, mercy, and power for ministry. Our need for revival in the United States is linked to this need for Holy Spirit conviction, followed by...

Forgiveness is Conditional
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Forgiveness is Conditional

Pastor Jim Kerwin and his precious wife Denise discuss the great need for us to walk in forgiveness. If we fail to forgive others, we will not be forgiven and those great mountains in our lives will NOT be removed (See Mark 11:23-26). Sister Denise uses a story from Corrie Ten Boom's life to illustrate the...

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Dealing with Our Hatred for God

America's moral decline has one root: enmity against God. Even as Christians, we can easily allow pride to block our taking an honest look at what's buried deep in our souls. But there's no need to remain blind: underlying hatred for God is exposed when we treat our brothers and sisters in angry, abrupt, or...

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The Unfinished Work (James 1:21-22)

The welcome deals with the life of Jacob and Sister Kathryn points out we must wrestle with God until we overcome all enmity and pride that blocks the grieving process. The focus on Pastor Ray's sermon is primarily on Jephthah's daughter, who agreed with her father that her life was over and spent time mourning...

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The Vital Elements of the Christian Faith (October 22, 2014)

In this encore presentation, Ray shares some of the most vital elements of the Christian faith. Taking a historical perspective, Ray uncovers the lies of the false gospels that have crowded out the true gospel for over 1500 years. The single greatest issue facing you individually and the nation of America is, “What is the...

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No Longer at Enmity with God

Repenting of particular outward sins, while essential, will not make you a Christian. The fountain of wickedness in the inner soul must be dealt with. Have you been totally converted? Does your life show a pattern of victory over sin by the blood of Jesus, or is your Christianity merely empty words?