The Benefit of the Doubt [Podcast]

Matthew 3; 11:2-11

Doubt often seems to betray our faith. But in reality, doubt can be a catalyst for spiritual growth.

John the Baptist shows us this is so.

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Strength in Weakness [Podcast]

Matthew 14:14-21

Relying on our own strength yields nothing but failure.

But through Jesus, we have the strength and adequacy necessary to live lives that both honor God and help others.

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Making Best Use of Our Time and Money [Podcast]

Matthew 6:24; Ephesians 5:15-17

A lot of our worries are solved by admitting that we are more than recipients of God’s gifts; we are stewards of them. Regarding our time and our money, God owns the rights and we have the responsibilities to use them for Him.

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God’s Will For Your Life [Podcast]

Matthew 28:18-20

Finding God’s will for your life often seems perplexing. However, God has made it clear to what every believer should devote himself or herself.

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To Do: Fear God and Love People [Podcast]

Matthew 22:35-39; Ecclesiastes 12:13

The application of the greatest command in the Bible can release us from our dependence on people.

Solomon concluded after a meaningless life of chasing idols: “The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: fear God and keep His commandments, because this applies to every person.”

Big Needs and a Little God [Podcast]

Matthew 6:9-13

We hear: “I need a vacation.” “I need sex.” “I need my husband to listen to me.” “I need a better job.” Needs are sometimes greeds cloaked in good intentions, or at best, elevated godly desires.

The Bible reveals our true needs for God and people are not often what we think. So what do you need?

Is Hell Really Necessary? [Podcast]

How can a loving God send people to hell? How can we justify the existence of a God of infinite love who sends people to eternal torment? Is Hell Really Necessary?

The Bible explains how God’s justice subsists in perfect harmony with His love, because He sent Jesus to the cross to provide salvation. If heaven, a real place, is a monument to God’s grace, then hell—also a real place—remains a monument to God’s image.

Genesis 3:22; Exodus 34:7; Ezekiel 33:11; Matthew 25:41, 46; 2 Corinthians 5:21; 2 Peter 3:9

Judge Not, Why Not? Dealing with Hypocrisy [Podcast]

Matthew 7:1-5

“Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Our culture’s favorite quote by Jesus is seldom read in context.

Jesus isn’t teaching that judgments are never to be made. But that before judging, we are to examine our own lives so that we can see clearly—rather than hypocritically.

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The Seven-Year Ache – The Tribulation [Podcast]

Matthew 23:37-24:27; Revelation 13:1-10

Immediately following the Rapture of the church begins a seven-year period of extremes. Initially the time appears wonderful, as the Middle East finally will have peace. But halfway through the seven years, having developed a United States of Europe, the Beast will break his covenant with Israel, rule the world, and persecute both Jews and new believers. God also will unleash His wrath on the unbelieving world, so that they might repent and believe in response to a massive evangelistic campaign.

Never before in the history of the world has the stage been set so clearly preparing for the days of tribulation. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and be spared the wrath of God to come on the whole world.

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