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Only a Single Seed (2005)

In today's sermon, Pastor Ray focuses on what it means to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Jesus, as laid out in all of the Gospels. It's so easy to have misconceptions about what this death to self means and how it impacts our daily lives. My prayer is that you will make...

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Lord, Pull Me Through!

Using the story of Paul's imprisonment, Pastor Ray makes the case for being a Christian and then for being entirely sanctified. The Gospel is not a self-help, self-improvement program but does require a volitional submission to Jesus. Even with this awesome call, our heart cry must be, “Lord, Pull Me Through!” Share this message with...

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Grace to the Humble

Today's classic sermon from 2008, melds portions of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 7) with Galatians 5 and 6 and James Chapter 4. It's a call to confront darkness and lay down our expectations of others, and allow the love of Jesus to freely flow from our hearts to others. As we do that,...

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The Hedge of God

If you've fully given yourself to Jesus, the hedge of God now protects you, much in the same way it protected Job. The issue that Job wrestled with (and that we must wrestle with as well) is that due to this hedge we cannot function as if we were gods and all self (our meager...

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Joyous Victory! (2005)

In today's 2005 sermon, Pastor Ray goes quickly through the four types of Christians laid out in the Parable of the Sower followed by the story of Ann Preston (a.k.a. Holy Ann or Holy Anna). He provides a synopsis of a¬†wonderful book entitled “An Irish Saint” written by Helen Bingham. Listen intently with the question...