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Have you ever wished that someone would explain theology in a way that doesn’t require a degree or a dictionary? Maybe you’ve listened to a sermon and it seemed like the pastor was speaking another language. Or perhaps you’ve thought that the notes in your study Bible could use a commentary of their own. From imputation to justification, theophany to theodicy, keeping all these concepts straight can be a challenge for any believer. This is a short podcast about long words. Every week, Barry ...
 
This podcast features weekly messages given during the Lord's Day morning ministry meeting at Pine Street Chapel. These messages are given by different brothers from week to week, as led by the Holy Spirit, and we pray that they will be an encouragement to you, wherever you are in your spiritual journey. Please visit www.PineStreetChapel.org to learn more about us. God bless you!
 
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Our bodies are not our own. -------------------- Real Life is a Christian church reaching the world for Jesus, one person at a time, in Moscow, ID. You can catch our services in person or online every Sunday at 9 and 11 AM. Online Giving: liferotp.com/give Life Groups: liferotp.com/lifegroups Facebook: facebook.com/liferotp Instagram: instagram.com…
 
Core Values are the guard rails that keep a church focused on its mission. A church’s ability to develop, articulate, and implement its core values is critical to fulfilling its mission, vision and purpose. Values are not only important for the church, they apply to believers individually as well. Join us as we revisit and explore one by one the Ch…
 
Website- https---www.brministry.org - App- http---get.theapp.co-725c-Join Dr. Jim Logan live as he shares about the Spiritual Battle. When Dr. Logan entered in the military for basic training, he was given weapons and told about the enemy. In our Spiritual life why do we often forget to inform new believers of their Spiritual Weapons and talk about…
 
James 5:16 Verses about confession – Matthew 5:23; 1 John 1:8-10; Psalm 32 and Psalm 51 It requires an honest heart It requires a humble heart It requires a forgiving heart Work at receiving and giving Ask these kinds of questions Does the Bible live in me today? What have you held back from God that you need to surrender? Is there anything you are…
 
Relationships are complicated, but do they have to be? How do you know if your one is "the one"? Can a book as old as the Bible help relationships today? We’re talking about being single, dating, marriage, and more in our new series, Modern Romance. Learn more about Modern Romance: www.life.church/modernromance Start the Modern Romance Bible Plan: …
 
Main Idea: The most significant judgement in human history brought about the most underserved salvation.I. Jesus is Accused Before Pilatea. The charge against Jesus suddenly changed.b. A fulfillment of prophecyII. Jesus is Condemned by Pilatea. The Not-So-Great Exchangeb. The Most Significant Judgement in HistoryIII. Jesus Experiences Despicable Tr…
 
Titus 3:1-8 • Saving us from the penalty of sin • Redeeming us from the slavery of sin• Forgiving our sin• Transforming us• Placing us into an eternal relationship with God• Guarantees our eternityNo earthly cause is more important than a person’s eternal soul. Paul reminds us who we were:1. It humbles us.2. It makes us people of compassion. 3. It …
 
How should a believer handle subjective feelings in the Christian life? What role, if any, do feelings and affections matter in our salvation and affirming the validity of our Christianity? Tonight we will consider what the Bible says about this topic of our feelings and emotions. 0:00 – Introduction 5:06 – Is Bill Bright’s illustration entirely ri…
 
Are you part of a church that puts a major priority on prayer as the Scriptures do? If so, what is your level of commitment to the corporate prayer meeting? Consider these twenty Scriptures about corporate prayer in the New Testament Church: Mark 11:17, Luke 11:1, Luke 9:28-29, Matthew 26:36-41, Acts 1:14, Acts 1:24, Acts 2:42, Acts 3:1, Acts 4:24-…
 
Jesus Christ forbids us from swearing and taking oaths in the well-known Sermon on the Mount. But the Bible also seems to permit and allow swearing in other places, both in the Old and New Testament. God, Himself is even listed as one of the Persons who swears. How can we reconcile this area of tension and come to a proper understanding of Jesus’ w…
 
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