Your Toughest Questions, Answered!

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What do we tell someone who has been struggling with the same sins for years? Are we in the very last of the last days, the final generation? How do we explain Matt 10:23, which says that the apostles will not finish evangelizing the towns of Israel before Jesus would return?

 

Hour 1:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If you are a follower of Jesus, you have been set free from sin. Sin is no longer your master. You should not be a slave to sin but by God’s grace a slave to righteousness. Cry out to Him, believe His word, take practical steps, and you will find freedom!

Hour 2:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is endless wisdom in God and His word. You must seek and dig. Those who search for wisdom more than for fine gold and hidden treasure, will find wisdom in God.

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How Saved Are We? by Dr. Brown:  This unsettling book challenges us to ask ourselves what kind of born-again experience we have had if it calls for almost no personal sacrifice, produces virtually no separation from the world, and breeds practically no hatred of sin.

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Go and Sin no More [mp3 CD]: Titled after Dr. Brown’s book release, this eight part series highlights key biblical truths regarding sin and holiness. This series is a must for believers desiring to walk in holiness before the Lord.

 

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“Pray without ceasing….” -1 Thess. 5.17 The apostles of Scripture, basing their lives on the pattern left by Jesus, gave themselves unreservedly to a life of prayer, and they called the saints to enter into the same reality by the grace of God. They knew that it was only by entering into the place of […]

3 Comments
  1. “your not weak…your stupid…get off the beach”

    we could make T-shirt and bumper stickers out of that comment.

    Seriously though, sometimes we cant see the woods from the trees and need to be told this…It was a gem and unintentionally funny to boot.

  2. My (sometimes) local Pastor (we still have a few items to work out) answered his own question in his sermon yesterday concerning Hebrews 4 and Entering GOD’s Rest: so in behalf of J.H., here’s the second suggestion for the Bumper Sticker ministry:

    THE STREET IS NOT YOUR FRIEND.

    In Him, Ron M.

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