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The Wheat and the Tares (2002)

The parable of the wheat and the tares teaches the final separation of the righteous and the wicked. Romans 6 shows that this righteousness is real–not imputed. Tares resemble wheat, but are weeds. Similarly, half-converted Christians appear saved, but they are not. Their checkbooks and activities reveal a carnal heart. Do you say, “I try...

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The Law of the Spirit of Life (2004)

What is the law of the Spirit of life? Simply, when a seed is planted, it dies and becomes a whole plant with much fruit and many seeds. To walk in the law of the Spirit of life, we must plant the seed of the spirit by forsaking all other loves and ownership of our...

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Remember Lot’s Wife (2003)

Why did Lot's wife look back? Jesus explains that she longed to preserve her life: to have all of her expensive stuff and friendships and still escape the fire of judgment on Sodom and Gomorrah. Are you, like Lot's wife, trying to get to heaven without any self-denial? Or are you sold out for Jesus?

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Be Wise and Surrender to Jesus!

The virgin birth and the pre-existence of Jesus Christ are two key elements in understanding that Jesus is the atonement, the verdict against mankind, and the gospel. We're not saved by punishment that Jesus endured; we are saved by Jesus himself. Do you respond to this like the wise men who put their faces on...

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The Unfinished Work (October 2016)

Today's radio broadcast is the October 16 welcome and sermon. In the welcome, Sister Kathryn lays out the process that God used to change Jacob from a usurper to that of an overcomer. The sermon focuses on Jephthah and his precious daughter. Her walk at the end of her life describes the process we must...