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Walking through a Veil of Tears

For centuries, true Christians have walked through a veil of tears because of their grief over a church choked by self-righteousness. Christians who set up Pharisaical standards, and then hold others to them, break relationships and cause division. Because people in this self-righteous spirit are so convinced that they are right, they don't see the...

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When You Don’t Want to Pray

What do you do when you don't want to pray (but you know you should)? Charles Finney lays out how we are to come into the state of mind to offer the prayer of faith. First, we search the Scriptures and find evidence that God will answer. Simultaneously, we cherish the good desires from the...

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Will You, or Will You Not, Follow Jesus?

At Evans' Mills, Charles Finney confronted the congregation in this manner: “You admit that what I preach is the Gospel. You profess to believe it. Now, do you intend to receive it or reject it?” We are asking you this same question. You have listened to Pilgrim's Progress day by day. You believe you are...

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The Gift of an Anguished Mind (October 2014)

Have you ever felt that you would die if God didn't save someone you knew? Most of us think, “If I just talk to them the right way, they'll come to Jesus,” and we comfortably avoid the excruciating soul agony of praying as if we would not be denied. The problem with this is that...

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The Number One Issue Facing America (October 2014)

This robust finale to this week's broadcasts on the theology of the sinning Christian pinpoints unrighteousness as the number one issue facing America today.  America's wickedness is rooted in unbelief in the power of the blood of Jesus to remove sin now. Though carefully couched in Reformed theology, this unbelief comforts a person in sin....