February 24, 2020
  • 11:34 am Monday 2/15/20 Faith And Obedience DVD # 41233
  • 11:34 am Faith Is the Connector to Miraculous Healing
  • 4:15 pm معايدة صاحب الغبطةيوحنا العاشر بطريرك أنطاكية وسائر المشرقميلاد ٢٠١٩
  • 4:15 pm RITUAL MEMANGGIL ARWAH “THE BOARD GAME” – FILM PENDEK HORROR KOMEDI
  • 4:15 pm RITUALES PARA ATRAER LA ABUNDANCIA. Con Carlos Real.
The God Who Is There | Part 1 | The God Who Made Everything

– [Don Carson] Hello. My name is Don Carson. You are watching the first in a series of 14 talks given in Minneapolis in early 2009. These talks are designed to help you find out what the Bible says. More accurately, they’re designed to introduce you to God as He is talked about in the […]

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The God of Surprises

– [Don Carson] So often God surprises us. Moses thought so. As a young man, he thought he’d bring about revolution. He ended up on the backside of a desert for the next half-century or so. And finally, when God called him, Moses was already 80 years old, time to retire and slow down. Besides […]

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Three Priorities for Passing Faith to the Next Generation

– [Ligon Duncan] Mr. William Still, a longtime pastor in Aberdeen, Scotland, a single man, gave some of the best advice I’ve ever heard given to parents. If we want to pass on the faith to the next generation, these are your three priorities: prayer, example, and teaching, in that order. Prayer, example, and teaching, […]

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The Insanity of Luther: The Holiness of God with R.C. Sproul

I’d like to begin this session with a question from church history. See if you can identify for me the famous theologian who was once described by a contemporary who had more authority than he did as a wild pig. Well by now, obviously, the name has popped into your mind. I’m referring, of course, […]

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Faith Is . . . Not Giving God an Assignment

– [Trip Lee] The kind of faith that the Bible is talking about is very different than what we do. And we do that with God too, where sometimes we will just come up with something, and say, “I have faith that God is going to do that.” We demand things of God and call […]

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A queer priest on leaving his evangelical church & making faith more inclusive | Devout and Out: Pip

(somber piano music) ♪ There are still days when I ask myself why I didn’t leave the church altogether. ♪ If I were a secular person looking in, I would ask, why would you as queer people who grew up in places that harmed you, why would you have stayed here? ♪ I think from […]

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Introduction: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

A few years ago a professor from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, north of Boston, Dr. David Wells, published a book that fell like a bombshell on the playground of the nation’s theologians. And the name of the book was “No Place for Truth. ” Now the subtitle, I think, is significant as he wrote in […]

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The State of the Church in the Sixteenth Century

The church itself in the early 16th century is undergoing changes and challenges and we can perhaps say, although this is of little interest to most people, that the state of the church in the early 16th century remains a challenge to historians in the sense that we know lot about what was going on […]

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Walking in the Footsteps of the Reformers

My hope in this series is that we’ll come together to appreciate that when we have the mainstream Reformers’ clarity on the precise meaning of these truths, that’s when we’ll share their joy, their resolution, and their gospel, the gospel that is the power of God for salvation, the light that scatters the darkness. Now […]

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The Liberating Doctrine of Grace Alone

Those who have accepted that God saves by His grace alone have found the message to be one of unutterably sweet liberation. Martin Luther wrote, “I felt I was altogether born again, and had entered paradise itself through open gates.” And so it remains today. The Reformers’ tenacious insistence on grace alone is no relic […]

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