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Month: January 2019
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In this sermon, Pastor Ray details the warning signs of being shipwrecked by closely examining the life of Peter. There's no need for us to end up in shipwreck and we do need to honestly and earnestly look very closely at the warning signs. Decide to fully place yourself in the hand of Jesus (i.e....
Contrasting the stories of Jacob's deception and evangelist G.C. Bevington's 9-day prayer session, Pastor Ray describes the difference between fighting against God and fighting with God.
Continuing in the parable of the sower, Pastor Ray explains what deep, good Christian soil looks like. In particular, Psalm 51 speaks of the need of regeneration and sanctification for a backslider. A story from Guy Bevington's book, Remarkable Miracles, illustrates this point with the story of a woman who used to be a Christian,...
Yesterday's broadcast examined the rocky ground described in the parable of the sower. Today, Pastor Ray looks at the thorns that can choke a Christian's spiritual life. Learn which three things will keep you out of heaven, and what to do instead.
Four different soils are identified in the parable of the sower. Pastor Ray talks about how to identify rocky ground and the place of church discipline and forgiveness in breaking it up.
In this encore sermon from 2009, Pastor Ray talks about the Biblical definition of grace and how it exceeds–not covers–our sin.
Jesus' parables about the kingdom of God help us rethink our common understanding of the gospel. Pastor Ray shares that the kingdom is about more than personal piety; it also includes social action and divine power.