Posts by Ray Greenley (Page 3)
There must be a radical change in the American church, brought by the Gospel. Are you on this path to revival and do you see your great need for changes to be made? There must be a radical change to our everyday lives brought by the Holy Spirit.
Pastor Ray’s focus today was primarily on Mark Chapter 8 and the necessity of denying ourselves and taking up our cross (being crucified with Christ) and following Him. He uses some very powerful illustrations from the testimony of some of our listeners. Do you love something or someone more than you love Jesus?
We had another prayer meeting today, God bless you for those who called!
Are you willing to have all greed cast out of your heart by Jesus?
Is the power of Jesus evidenced in your life as your behavior and attitudes have been totally changed.
Do you understand what it means to be born from above?
The call of Jesus is to approach the throne of grace in our time of great need, in the anguish of a lukewarm church. Will you cry out to Jesus or will you simply sink in your state of languish?
Ask yourself the question am I crucified with Christ as you listen.
This message lays out the need for the Holy Spirit and the message Jesus wants us to deliver.
We had some technical challenges with the YouTube broadcast today (and it’s not available because of the audio problems) but today’s message is a much-listen. Pastor Ray goes to Luke 18 to lay out God’s justice (as opposed to the modern day social justice or our own sense of justice). After we fully understand this story, it will bring about deep humility of heart, as the publican had. Will you allow the Holy Spirit to bring conviction to your heart…
Pastor Ray focuses on several chapters in Ezekiel highlighting the idolatry of Israel (and also us). It’s a must listen and sobering message. Are you willing to be brutally honest before God about your own condition?
Pastor Ray describes the current state of the church, the train wreck that it is. The sentimentality must be purged and an earnestness to serve and follow Jesus must appear out of the rubble. The term “cheap grace” became familiar through a book by Dietrich Bonhoeffer called “The Cost of Discipleship.” Bonhoeffer defined it as “the preaching of forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline.” The last part of the message focuses on Romans 12, which is normative for a…