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A Gateway of Hope in the Valley of Achor

In a gut-wrenching effort to prevent divorce, God said to Israel, “I am going to block her way with thorns…I am going to lure her and lead her out into the wilderness and speak to her heart…and make the Valley of Achor a gateway of hope” (Hosea 2:6; 14-15). Have you found yourself boxed in by...

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A Decree of No Grumbling

When God instructed Hosea to marry a prostitute, Hosea didn't grumble, “Come on, God, I only have one life! Are you really making me do that?” Instead, Hosea trusted the Lord and did what he'd asked. Can you say the same about your walk with Jesus? When difficult times have come, have you lifted up...

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Is It Over for You (and for Me?) (Encore)

While Christians are sleeping, America is being stolen out from underneath our feet. Not only is suffering increasing as American values and culture are eviscerated, but the work of the gospel is being hindered and shut down. Using the story of Ulysses S. Grant, who in ten years went from being a washed up, drunken,...

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Tearing the Heart of God

The American church today, and the church in most of the Western world as well, face a divorce with God. We've been unfaithful and cannot expect the loving presence of God until we've rebuilt trust with Him through repentance and obedience. God does not want to let us go—will you give up all expectations, and simply...

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The Cost of Ownership (2009)

This powerful, terrifying message exposes the true cost of rejecting self-denial. Beginning in the Garden of Eden, Brother David shows that Adam did not sin spontaneously. Sin began to fester in Adam's heart when he declared of his wife, “This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh,” thereby seizing ownership of...