One Life to Serve Jesus
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One Life to Serve Jesus

God created every single person on the earth. We all rightfully belong to God. We have one life, and it is our duty to love and serve God with all our minds, souls, hearts, and strength. If we refuse to do this, we are thieves–stealing ourselves from God. Have you made this decision to return...

The Road to Life (2008)
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The Road to Life (2008)

The writing on the wall at Belshazzar’s banquet teaches us what it means to deny ourselves and enter the narrow gate. The first word, mene, signifies the sinner’s condition: though he thought he could dethrone God and be in charge of his own life, God will finally put an end to this stolen sovereignty. Tekel...

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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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Weeping before Jesus

Thanks be to Jesus, Pastor Ray is back on the radio from 1-2 p.m. continuing the study of the book of Hebrews. In addition to resuming the study in Hebrews 3, he also includes the highlights of the Sunday sermon on the Beatitudes, which we were unable to successfully record. Today’s message is a stern...

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How to Be Happy? (2008)

Today’s post is part of a series on the Beatitudes and this one is the first message. This will provide a foundation for an understanding of the Sermon on the Mount. Each of the beatitudes begin “Blessed is he” which literally means happy is he. Isn’t it time that you become happy in Jesus? I’ll...