Be Fruitful Subjects of the King
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Be Fruitful Subjects of the King

On today’s broadcast, we’ve integrated the sermon that Pastor Jim Kerwin gave at Ray and Alexandra’s wedding on September 30th, with a welcome by Pastor Ray and an offertory by Sister Alexandra, both on August 27. Will you make the decision to be a subject of the King of Kings (i.e. Jesus)? We self-select, as...

Ye Shall Bear Much Fruit
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Ye Shall Bear Much Fruit

Today’s welcome by Pastor Ray Greenley is from John 15:1-7. Jesus promised that if we would abide in Him, that we would bear much fruit for His kingdom. The lack of fruit in much of the American church does not void this promise. Instead, it shows that we need to repent and truly abide in...

The Purpose of God (in Your Life) (Radio Remix)
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The Purpose of God (in Your Life) (Radio Remix)

Do you know the purpose of God for your life? God shaped all of earth’s history through men and women’s faith in a rhema word from Him. Jesus Christ invites you, as a member of his church, to do the same. If you do know the purpose of God for your life, are you walking...

The Purpose of God (in Your Life)
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The Purpose of God (in Your Life)

This thrilling sermon lays out that all of earth’s history has been shaped by men and women’s faith in a rhema word of God–and that God wants to do the same with you, as a member of His church. Are you cognizant of God’s Spirit-breathed word (i.e. his rhema) of the specific purpose of your...

A Great Delusion (October 2014)
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A Great Delusion (October 2014)

Following up on yesterday’s broadcast, Pastor Ray shows that the great delusion (2 Thessalonians 2:11) which will lead many to receive the mark of the beast is the word manipulation of key salvation terms. While the Protestant Reformation made a vital break with the Roman Catholic Church over salvation by faith, and not works, it...

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A New Beginning of Obedience to God

A person who looks into Jesus’ face, and sees the hardness and arrogance of his own heart, will respond with strong feelings and pained weeping. Once this sin is exposed, it cannot be covered; it must be removed by Jesus. Looking into theology, being distracted, or believing that when God looks at you he sees...

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The Sacrifice of Intercession (February 2005)

Today’s sermon is a follow-up from last Saturday’s broadcast. Using the story of Moses, Pastor Ray lays out the process where we become intercessors, as we come to fully abide in Christ. Listen to the sermon and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal how God wants to this process to occur in your own life (i.e....

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Loving My Beloved

The focus of today’s sermon is again on the binding of the strong man (from Matthew 12). Pastor Ray asks two critical questions as you listen to this: (1) Can the Holy Spirit through you use the power of the blood of Jesus to bind the strong man (to break the devil’s control) in your...

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The Narrow Path to Power

During the welcome Sister Kathryn focuses primary upon Isaiah 61, which led to the sermon, which is an expansion of Thursday’s broadcast. If you’ve not closely listened to that sermon, go back and listen to the broadcast first. Pastor Ray discusses the narrow path to revival and the price that you and I must pay,...

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We Must See into the Realm of the Spirit

Today’s sermon is a continuation of the Elisha series, and the first part of the sermon focuses on the story in 2 Kings 6. The real meat of the sermon, however, is the clearest teaching in the scriptures on walking in the Spirit, which is found in Psalms 27. We begin to see in the...

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