Answers to Your Questions and a Great Testimony of Encouragement

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Dr. Brown will take your phone calls and answer your e-questions, also interviewing a young mother whose actions for righteousness are making a difference. You’ll be encouraged and informed. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It is something to cause holy fear and reverence in our lives. If a person gives themselves over to darkness and deception, God may very well confirm them in that.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We serve a God who knows how to deliver. He can set the captive free. If you cry out, He will not turn a deaf ear.

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11 Comments
  1. This will be my last post on these boards. I have other responsibilities that demand my attention.

    Thank you to Sheila and Bo, and everyone else, for stimulating discussions, and to Dr. Brown. God bless you all.

    Come, Lord Jesus.

  2. Do not expect me to applaud today’s celebration of impotent Christianity. We are losing the war on all levels and now we are encouraged to take the swim suit addition behind the counter. I have four kids and they have not even noticed the magazines at the check out. We are losing on every single issue out there, and now are applauding ourselves for making no difference in the big picture. We stereotype our selves by home schooling and being anti vaccine. This is why the left is anxious to take over in our lives. This is an effort that is too little too late, and as Christians in other parts of the world are giving their lives, we are thinking that we just made a dent in something!

  3. Jon,
    What is “impotent Christianity”?
    The first two goals of any “potent Christianity” are 1) the knowledge of God, and 2) righteousness, or “doing the things which please Him” [1 J 3:22].

    The only “Christianity” which can be said to be “impotent” is a Christianity which does not accomplish these two goals.

  4. I listened to By The River, by Bob Seger, you tube. There is a river of life that flows, and walking along, we should find the fruit of the spirit of God. If we are hungry, or thirsty, we should find something good. If we can identify it, we can say what it is that we have found, and thank God for it, and it should satisfy our soul, and give us peace and strength. I am sure there is something good to be found somewhere between any two pages of an open Bible, something to sustain us, teach us, and strengthen us, so we may go on.

  5. I would disagree, Impotent Christianity can be over half the programing on TBN. Who is going to measure the knowledge of God ? The Mormon’s, Jehovah’s witness? Joel the TV personality? Impotent in all phases, gives Christianity a bad name. If we want to go and attack the cartoon sponge Bob Square pants Focus on the Family was leading that effort. Give your time and money over to Focus, I would argue over that futile effort.

  6. If there isn’t the sound of thanks to God, or songs of honor to Christ, or edifying words that can lead one to the knowledge of God, or teaching of righteousness, then it must be something of the impotent. Anyone who owns a Bible may rise up and walk. Anyone who is hungry for the word of life may walk and not be spiritually impotent.

    Everyone has a walk, a race to run. Mine isn’t theirs and theirs isn’t mine, but we all have one.
    I can’t run theirs and they can not run mine. I hope I can be encouraged to see them go, even though there may be something crooked or lame in their walk at times, or appear that way to me sometimes.

    Some will walk with a cane, others with a limp, and some like a god. We don’t have to walk a certain way because we see someone else walk that way, though our walk will sometimes be affected by others around us.

  7. Jon,
    You said: “I would disagree, Impotent Christianity can be over half the programing on TBN.”
    Actually, we don’t necessarily disagree there. I do not trust anyone I just read the Bible myself.

    “Who is going to measure the knowledge of God?”
    You yourself have to know whether you know God or not; the way others will know whether you know God is your fruit.

    “The Mormon’s, Jehovah’s witness? Joel the TV personality? Impotent in all phases, gives Christianity a bad name.”
    We don’t disagree about Mormons or JWs, and I would not recommend anyone learn anything from Joel Osteen.

    “If we want to go and attack the cartoon sponge Bob Square pants Focus on the Family was leading that effort. Give your time and money over to Focus, I would argue over that futile effort.”
    We don’t disagree.

    What I believe is something called “Good News”, and it is a free ticket into the knowledge of a God Who is good and pleased with me based on Jesus; the fruit of this faith is righteousness. Personal righteousness extends outward into public righteousness.

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