What to Do When You’ve Done Someone Wrong [Podcast]

Leviticus 5:14-6:7; 7:1-10

When a person recognized that his or her success had come by dishonest means, God called for compensation to make up for the loss—evidence of true repentance.

One of the most practical of all sacrifices, the reparation offering teaches us today that when we have wronged someone, we should try to make it right before coming to worship God—a principle Jesus Himself taught (Matt. 5:23-24).

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God Still Loves You, Regardless of You [Podcast]

Leviticus 4; 5:1-13; 6:24-30

You haven’t gone so far that God can’t love you.

The purification offering—sometimes poorly translated “sin offering”—revealed that restoration and forgiveness are available to all. The offering restored the broken fellowship between the believer and God.

Today Christians enjoy security of salvation through Christ’s cleansing (1 John 1:7), and restoration of fellowship through confession (1 John 1:9).

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Prayer in Evangelism – My Interview on Campus Crusade

Listen as I discuss the subject of prayer in evangelism on Campus Crusade for Christ’s radio program, Lighthouse Report.

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A good salesperson knows that you never presuppose a customer’s response. Now relate that to witnessing. Do you presuppose someone’s response to the Gospel? Never, ever, doubt what God can do in an unbeliever’s life. Wayne Stiles addresses this on today’s Lighthouse Report.

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How to Enjoy Peace with God [Podcast]

Leviticus 3; 7:11-21

How can you enjoy peace with God?

The peace offering was a celebration feast that represented the believer was at peace with God.

Those who have peace with God today through Jesus Christ celebrate that peace through a communal meal called “communion.” As with the peace offering, this regular celebration requires self-examination and an offering of praise.

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How to Respond to God’s Grace [Podcast]

Leviticus 2; 6:14-23

What should be the response of one who has been given access to God? He or she recognizes that they owe everything to the Lord.

Following the burnt offering, the meal offering (sometimes called the cereal offering or grain offering) was given to represent that God owned it all. The priests’ eating the offering gave the worshipper the assurance his or her acts of dedication pleased the Lord.

Those today who have received forgiveness through Jesus Christ should dedicate their lives and bodies as a living sacrifice to God, knowing such a sacrifice pleases the Lord (Romans 12:1-2).

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