Posts from June 2016
Do you believe that God can and will move in the physical realm as we begin to seek His face and not His hand?
The question that we all must answer will we heed the call to grow up into maturity in Jesus or not?
Listen to the message and resolve in your heart to get right with God, regardless of the cost.
Will we choose to receive only from the hand of the Lord or do we have to reach out and grab it ourselves?
In today’s classic sermon, Pastor Ray distinguishes the “Life on God’s Terms” with the “Kingdom of Cain” who wanted to have be in charge of his own life.
Using the life of Daniel, Pastor Ray illustrates what it means to have our life on God’s terms and what that actually looks like.
Isn’t it time to go on from the milk to solid food? It’s time to move on to maturity (perfection, completion).
Listen to the broadcast and hear about the linear nature of the Gospel, Jesus doesn’t leave us to die in our sin. Jesus came to sózó (save) us.
We must measure our lives by the words of Jesus and His supernatural work and not by what we think or feel. Pastor explains the process of being saved, through the story of Peter and the infirmed woman in Luke 13. He also explains and distinguishes atonement versus redemption. Listen to the message slowly and let the Holy Spirit teach you. Related posts: A Living Hope (April 2017) Are you staying under the commands of Jesus or are you in…
Do you want Jesus to save you completely from your sin?
Today’s welcome is from Psalms 112 if you’d like to follow along. Related posts: Is It Too Hard to Follow Jesus? (2011) You must make a decision to be crucified with Christ and it only becomes hard to follow Jesus when we’re walking under the law…. On the Day I Called, You Answered Me Today’s welcome is from Psalms 138, get your Bible and listen!… The Purpose of God (James 1) This audio file contains the welcome by Sister Kathryn…
Pastor Ray lays out what the word of God does as we mature in Jesus. It uncovers those poison pills (or things that would do us or others harm) and uncovers those secret treasures that we can cling to. He uses the story of Naaman, the great commander of Aram 2 Kings 5) to illustrate the process that God wants to take us through, to grow us into men and women of God. Related posts: Precious Treasures of the Heart…