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The Effect of Seeing Scripture as Sufficient

Posted on Aug. 17, 2017

What is the effect of seeing Scripture as sufficient?

Carlton McLeod explains in this video that it is one thing to believe that Scripture is infallible and inspired, but it is another to believe that it is sufficient for all of life. In Scripture, we find everything we need for life, ministry, and discipleship. God's Word should not be one of...


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Do Not Be Discouraged, Dearly Beloved

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017

Robert Murray M’Cheyne, in one of his pastoral letters, puts his finger in the wound and reveals what is often upon us in our sorrows… we pray for breakthrough, but it may be long time in coming,

"Do not be discouraged, dearly beloved, because God bears long with you- because He does not seem to answer your prayers. Your prayers are not...


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Repentance Continues Throughout Our Lives

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017

Is repentance a one-time act?

Rob Ventura explains in this video that repentance is a change of mind that brings about a change of direction. It is an about-face, a 180-degree turn. One example of repentance comes from the life of the prodigal son, who confessed that he had sinned against God and his father and rejected the sinful life that he...


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Work, For I Am With You

Posted on Aug. 15, 2017

Our text brings us to a moment in the lives of the people of Jerusalem when the Word of the Lord came to them, to disrupt their lives and change the course of their labors. These were the years of distraction and wilderness. Only God could shake them. In this message you will hear the voices of two prophets of God who awakened the Old...


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What Repentance Can Be Compared To

Posted on Aug. 15, 2017

What can repentance be compared to?

Paul Thompson explains in this video that repentance can be illustrated by a vehicle driving in one direction and then making a 180-degree turn. Repentance does not involve continuing to live the same life that you used to live and following the same, sinful patterns. 

Rather, repentance is marked by a...


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Unity in Your Family and Harmony with the Local Church

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017

Scripture makes it clear that parents are primarily responsible for the discipleship of their children. But that’s not all. The local church has also been given a significant role in that same work of discipleship through preaching, fellowship, hospitality, discipleship, prayer, and evangelism. 

At the National Center for Family-Integrated...


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What are the Components of Repentance?

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017

What are the components of repentance?

Mike Davenport explains in this video that there are two elements of repentance. Repentance first involves a turning to God and a subsequent turning away from sin. You cannot serve both God and indulge in your sin.

There cannot be an association or connection between God and sin. Repentance involves the...


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The Source of Repentance and Its Effect on a Christian

Posted on Aug. 10, 2017

What does repentance look like?

Paul Carrington explains in this video that the source of repentance begins with God – it is a gift of God. God allows a man to see himself for who he is in the light of who He is.

Once that person is saved, his ideas of God are changed where he begins to align his life with God’s ways that are laid out in...


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