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The Real Troublemaker 05/28/17

In our day, any person who is, in anyway, connected with conflict is viewed as a troublemaker or intolerant. This is nothing new. People who choose to follow God will inevitably run into conflict and false accusations.

1 Kings 18:1-18

Recent Broadcasts

Look, Your Son Is Alive! 05/21/17

God is the one who gives life, but He also takes it away. Often lives are taken without an explanation. This is one of the most difficult issues we as humans have to face. What is the best way to respond?

1 Kings 17:17-24

Daily Bread, Saving Grace 05/14/17

Taking food from poor widows is not an act that usually deserves praise. Although in Elijah’s case, that very act actually does warrant some praise. Elijah did not just take all the food the widow had, but Elijah asked for and received it, in obedience to God.

1 Kings 17:7-16

A Man Just Like Us 05/07/17

Elijah was a great man of prayer. The Lord used him to bring about many miracles in his day. In the New Testament it says that he was just like us, but how can this be? We do not typically see miracles happening, as they did for Elijah, so how is what James said true?

1 Kings 17:1-6

Jeremiah Q&A with Dr. Ryken 04/30/17

After a long study in a book of the Old Testament, such as the book of Jeremiah, it can sometimes be difficult to gauge what are some of the most important and vital things to recall. Today’s program is special in that we have finished our verse-by-verse summery of Jeremiah and we will speak with Bible teacher Dr. Philip Ryken in an attempt to hear his reflections on the importance of the book of Jeremiah.

Jeremiah 1-52

How Deserted Lies the City 04/23/17

Babylon caused Israel many problems in their time together, but Israel was not without blame. It was their sin that drove them into exile, out of the presence of God. There isn’t a much worse predicament that someone can get themselves into than being cast out of the presence of the Lord.

Jeremiah 52

Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great! 04/16/17

The worst of nations tend to be arrogant, violent, and wasteful. This usually happens at the serious expense of the detriment of others. This was Babylon-the-Great’s character, but it was not permitted to persist forever.

Jeremiah 52

Full Atonement! Can It Be? 04/09/17

Often it seems as if the proud always tend to get their way. Their boasting and insubordinate attitude often seems to be the last word. This was not the case for the Babylonians.

Jeremiah 50

Most High Over All the Earth 04/02/17

Even in the most difficult Old Testament passages, the eternal victory of God in Christ is made manifest. There are many enemies of the cross of Christ, but who is willing to take him at his word?

Jeremiah 49

The Pride of Life 03/26/17

Pride is self-serving. It has a long history of inflicting pain on others, and thereby, bringing about the destruction of many relationships. Unfortunately, it is one of the most subtle, and negative dispositions the human heart produces.

Jeremiah 48

God of all Nations 03/19/17

Understanding how God works from both within and from outside world history can be a perplexing issue. It can be so on many levels, philosophically and theologically or practically and experientially. The bottom line is that God is the God of all world history.

Jeremiah 46-47