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Salt and Light - Part 2

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, Inc

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount paints a picture of the elements of the proper heart condition of His followers. It was meant for those who had experienced the “new life” in Christ, a relationship which would allow them to face persecution in an entirely different way from the world’s norms. Turn to Matthew chapter 5 as Liam Goligher shows us that the Beatitudes were really meant to reflect the inward heart condition and the outward actions of a life totally surrendered to Jesus.

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Be Prepared - Tuesday, January 22, 2019

We hear of the importance of preparation everywhere. People need to prepare for all kinds of things, exams, interviews, visitors, children, marriage, deadlines, taxes and even death. Now God did not need to prepare the way for Jesus to bring salvation to the world, but he did.

The Will of God - Monday, January 21, 2019

Donald Grey Barnhouse was - for half a century - one of the most widely acclaimed American preachers. Scholarly exposition and a popular approach marked his teaching as well as a passion for Making God's Word Plain. Listen and find out why an unyielding faith, devotion to Christ, innovation, and great energy marked his ministry.

The Dark Night of the Soul - Thursday, January 17, 2019

There’s an intense feeling of spiritual anguish when the believer feels abandoned by God. Psalm 88 reflects that anguish in what has been called the darkest and gloomiest of Psalms and a psalm filled with one wail of sorrow from beginning to end. But even this darkest of Psalms has a purpose. It reminds us that, despite our faith, our lives are sometimes filled with trouble and—often—there seems to be no end in sight.

Salt and Light - Part 1 - Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The Sermon on the Mount’s been interpreted in many ways by many people. It’s been labelled a lesson on morality, a pattern for living, and the rule book of a great teacher. But Jesus’ well-known message had only one meaning, and was meant for only one people. Turn in your Bible to Matthew chapter 5 as Liam Goligher reveals that the instructions in Christ’s great sermon were not meant as a moral compass for mankind, but for those who are members of the Kingdom of God.

The Boy Jesus - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

In the early 1970s the good people at the TOPS chewing gum company produced a series of baseball cards that featured boyhood photos of the stars. Each card featured a black and white photograph of some baseball all-star when he was a young boy. And then in the corner there was a contemporary picture of him for the purpose of comparison.

Pray for All Men - Monday, January 14, 2019

Donald Grey Barnhouse was - for half a century - one of the most widely acclaimed American preachers. Scholarly exposition and a popular approach marked his teaching as well as a passion for Making God's Word Plain. Listen and find out why an unyielding faith, devotion to Christ, innovation, and great energy marked his ministry.

Zion, City of Our God - Thursday, January 10, 2019

A day is coming when the nations of the world will be brought together--not by force or human effort, but by the power of God--to worship Him, and to live in harmony with one another. Next time on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice, we’ll be studying Psalm 87. Join Dr. Boice as he paints a picture of the day when all nations will worship the Lord on Mt. Zion, the city of our great God.

Celebrate: Come On! - Part 2 - Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Purim was to be a day of rest, a day of remembrance, and a day of rejoicing for the harried Jews of the Persian Empire, and they enjoyed their peace-for the moment. But this was not to be their final rest. Liam Goligher shows us that Purim was merely a foreshadowing of God’s plan for the peace that is to come.

Nunc Dimittus - Tuesday, January 8, 2019

There is no salvation without the cross and the empty tomb. And yet what Simeon said is really true when he saw baby Jesus, saying, “I have seen salvation. I’ve really seen the whole thing…because seeing Jesus is all that anyone needs to be saved.”

Lectionary Calendar
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
the Second Week after Epiphany
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