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Each week Meridian Magazine’s founders, Scot and Maurine Proctor, will be giving a 30-minute podcast on the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum for the week. This is so you can listen with your scriptures in hand, or while you are about life’s many other duties. If you want some thoughts about teaching your family or in Church lessons, this can be a place to turn. If you live alone, let us study with you.
 
As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God, in the undeniable evidence of His work in their lives, and in their fulfillment of everything He’s calling them to do. These are the teachings from Living Light Christian Church in Cadillac, Michigan.
 
As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God, in the undeniable evidence of His work in their lives, and in their fulfillment of everything He’s calling them to do. These are the teachings from Living Light Christian Church in Racine, Wisconsin.
 
Recorded live at our weekend gatherings, these messages feature Pastor Ken Brown and other pastors on staff at City Light Church in Ocala, FL. Our hope and prayer is that you'll be encouraged, blessed and inspired through these messages. You can find out more information by visiting us online at mycitylight.org.
 
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Christ’s coming compels us to live for Christ’s glory (1 Peter 4:7-11). Three basic aspects of Christian living: The impetus of Christian living (4:7a) The instructions for Christian living (4:7b-11a) Sober in prayer Fervent in Love Gracious in hospitality Stewards in service The intention of Christian Living (4:11b) The post Christian Living in Li…
 
After fleeing from God in disobedience, Jonah finds himself in the belly of a great fish... proving you can run but you can't hide! Now that he feels he's faced with sure death, Jonah calls out to our Lord in his distress and desperation. And it's at these moments, when we find ourselves completely broken, that we at last understand the grace and m…
 
On liturgy and Traditionalism: our final discussion of Hans Urs von Balthasar’s book A Short Primer for Unsettled Laymen. You can find the book here Hans Urs von Balthasar addresses the critical issues that have been unsettling the Catholic laity since the Second Vatican Council. In a clear and readable manner, he focuses on the core elements of th…
 
After fleeing from God in disobedience, Jonah finds himself in the belly of a great fish... proving you can run but you can't hide! Now that he feels he's faced with sure death, Jonah calls out to our Lord in his distress and desperation. And it's at these moments, when we find ourselves completely broken, that we at last understand the grace and m…
 
Episode 12 – Nestorius – “Villains of the Early Church: And How They Made Us Better Christians“was In this episode, Mike Aquilina and Kris McGregor discuss Nestorius, an archbishop of Constantinople who proclaimed that Mary could not be the “Theotokos”. Such statements brought about the Council of Ephesus and a declaration throughout the Christian …
 
Day 4 Self-love dies only when our body dies, so we must, while we live in this land of exile, continue to counterattack its assaults on our senses and its underhanded tactics. It is enough if we firmly withstand, giving no willful or deliberate consent … When we feel within ourselves the first movements of self-love or of other passions, let us pr…
 
In the famous Old Testament story, Jonah thought he could flee the call of God. He was so wrong! As we continue to discuss Jonah's futile plan to escape God, and God's response: pursuing Jonah to expose him and break him so that He might love and bless him even more, it's time to ask yourself: are there places in your life where you're running from…
 
1 Peter 4:12-19 Trust God in suffering for it comes not by chance but by his fatherly hand. Six directives for when suffering comes your way 1. Don’t be surprised (12) 2. Do rejoice (13-14) 3. Don’t be ashamed (15-16) 4. Do Glorify God (16) 5. Don’t be nearsighted (17-18) 6. Do be Christlike (19; 2:23) The post When Suffering Comes appeared first o…
 
St. Francis de Sales Novena Day 3 Day 3 I desire very little, and what I do desire I desire very little; I have hardly any desires, but if I were to begin my life all over again I would want to have none at all … Ask for nothing, refuse nothing; we must simply abandon ourselves into the hands of Providence, without nourishing any other desire but t…
 
Episode 2 -Baptism: Born from Above– The importance of the name we are given at baptism. The role and significance of godparents. Deacon Keating takes a careful look at the Baptismal Rite and offers prayerful reflection and insight to help us live out the faith and nurture the domestic church. From the Baptismal Rite for Children: From the earliest…
 
St. Francis de Sales Novena Day 2 Day 2 State openly that you desire to be devout. I do not say that you should assert that you are devout but that you desire to be devout. Do not be ashamed to practice the ordinary, necessary actions that bring us to the love of God. Acknowledge frankly that you are trying to meditate, that you would rather die th…
 
In this episode, Dr. Lilles discusses the Sixth Mansions Chapter 6 part 1 of the “Interior Castle” which covers: DESCRIBES AN EFFECT WHICH PROVES THE PRAYER SPOKEN OF IN THE LAST CHAPTER TO BE GENUINE AND NO DECEPTION, TREATS OF ANOTHER FAVOUR OUR LORD BESTOWS ON THE SOUL TO MAKE IT PRAISE HIM FERVENTLY. 1. The soul longs for death. 2. The soul can…
 
Day 1 There is no clock, no matter how good it may be, that doesn't need resetting and rewinding twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. In addition, at least once a year it must be taken apart to remove the dirt clogging it, straighten out bent parts and repair those worn out. In like manner, every morning and evening a person wh…
 
January 18-24 Joseph does not shy away from humbly including Section 3 in the Doctrine and Covenants, where he is severely chastened by the Lord for a failing. He could have hid it or polished it up to preserve his image, but because he is so honest, we not only get to see firsthand, the spiritual development of a prophet, but he also gives us all …
 
In the famous Old Testament story, Jonah thought he could flee the call of God. He was so wrong! As we continue to discuss Jonah's futile plan to escape God, and God's response: pursuing Jonah to expose him and break him so that He might love and bless him even more, it's time to ask yourself: are there places in your life where you're running from…
 
Episode 5 – The Second Rule – The Second Week Rules for the Discernment of Spirits: An Ignatian Guide to a Greater Discernment of Spirits with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Fr. Gallagher continues to break open the Second Rule by using examples of different types of Spiritual Consolation. He also delves into the proper understanding of ... Read more The po…
 
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