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Moody Church Hour with Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer

 

When Religions Collide (Christians In Conflict)

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer

When Christians stand for truth in a pluralistic culture, conflict is inevitable. Increasingly, that conflict is with our own government. This is the first of four messages about Christians in conflict, and how we should live in view of those conflicts.

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The High Cost Of Sexual Purity (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, February 9, 2020

The internet brings pornography to anyone who wants it. This inflames desires and leads to sexual addictions—a good reason why the Bible tells us to guard our hearts. Let’s explore the mind of an addict and recognize the steps we should take to be free—liberated from an addiction fueled by the technology that is so readily available to us.

Discernment, Discipline And Discipleship (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, February 2, 2020

Christians are torn. Do we abandon technology we can’t live without and become isolated from the culture? Or do we risk exposure to violence and sexual images while trying to engage the world we live in? In 1 Corinthians 6, God speaks to us about discernment, discipline, and discipleship.

What Grace Teaches Us (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, January 26, 2020

Like everyone else, Christians are drowning in a sea of moral impurity, and we are becoming increasingly isolated. Social media is replacing face-to-face communication, and many people text all day long. Our addiction to technology and the rapid breakdown in morality go hand in hand. Yet the grace of God gives us a way out of this mess.

Loving The World, Loving God (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, January 19, 2020

While some issues in life may lie in gray areas, others are black and white. One such issue is found in 1 John 2: “If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” For believers, loving God and the world at the same time is impossible. Let’s look at the great divide we all face as the media and the internet assault us with their calls to impurity.

The Seductive Power Of Desire (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, January 12, 2020

Imagine yourself in a boat that’s safe and dry. Across the pond another boat is leaking and sinking. You may think you’re okay. But in terms of moral temptation, we’re all in the same boat. All of us as humans are prone to moral sins, and the media makes such sinning easy. Let’s explode some myths about who’s vulnerable to the power of the internet.

The Battle For Your Heart (Guard Your Heart) - Sunday, January 5, 2020

It’s been said that America will fall, not by the guns of its enemies, but by the moral rot of its citizens. The media is one reason why. The more “online” we become, the more exposed we are to forces determined to addict us to moral perversity. The danger is very real, and the evidence is everywhere. Here is a call to engage people who use the internet and other media to enslave us.

The Light Defines Us (The Light Has Come) - Sunday, December 29, 2019

In a dark world, believers in Jesus have within them the light of God. Our challenge and obligation is to shine that light into the darkness around us, so that others may come to Christ and receive a new life.

The Light Guides Us (The Light Has Come) - Sunday, December 22, 2019

When you’re lost in the dark, what you need is a source of light. It was Jesus who proclaimed, “I am the light of the world.” At Christmas, we remember His Light and rejoice in the salvation He provided for all who believe and receive Him.

The Light Reveals Us (The Light Has Come) - Sunday, December 15, 2019

When light comes, the darkness scatters. We may think darkness covers our sins, but in the light of God, nothing can be hidden. When Jesus came, light blazed into a darkened culture, and truth began to triumph over lies. That’s why many hate the Christ of Christmas. Getting close to Him exposes our darkness, and some would rather keep their darkness. Let’s come clean before God and allow Him to reign supreme in our lives.

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