Posts Tagged With: Acts

Triggered!!!

As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, we have come to a defining moment in Early Church History—one precious period of time, two events of staggering significance—of which you and I are the direct beneficiaries.

This will explain so much, and put so much into its proper perspective.

Thank you for listening and for sharing this message.

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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The Unforgivable Sin Explained

Questions abound, as you will hear in this PODCAST.

Is there really truly a sin for which there is no forgiveness, either in this life or in the life to come?

If so, what it is?

Have I committed it?

Is it possible that I ever will commit the unpardonable or unforgivable sin?

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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“I Will be Your Sanctuary!”

Well, it isn’t pretty. But this PODCAST is enormously encouraging.

Recorded in the privacy of my home (as I hunker down under a mandatory “shelter in place” order), as you will hear, we are BACK IN THE BOOK OF ACTS!!! (Three cheers for that!)

Cumbersome as it may be to record this without the benefit of a “live” audience, I’ll do my best to deliver you brand new, delightfully fresh, intensively insightful content each week as we work our way ever so slowly but surely through Paul in High Definition.

Enjoy!!!

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Culture Shock!

I LOVE this man.

After hearing his story in this PODCAST, trust me. You will love him too.

“Real people, who lived in real places, who had real experiences (Boy, did he ever!), all of which point to a real God.”

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gymnasium

Gratefully used with permission from my friend, Udi Merioz

As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, our bountiful banquet table of Truth is overflowing.

A spiritual smorgasbord guaranteed to challenge your thinking and rock your worldview.

Get ready for this delectable culinary delight, courtesy of Messers Paul, Barnabas, and Mark.

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Epicenter!

As you will hear in this PODCAST, two tectonic shifts—unprecedented in their scope and intensity—rocked Church History.

Those two sudden jolts have now rumbled all the way into your world—more significantly, into your life—today.

And may I add that what the Devil means for evil, God will always use for your good. Hear that message loud and clear!

Get ready to be super encouraged.

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This Story “Nails” It! (Pun Intended)

You are about to meet two individuals, remarkable each. YET, as you are about to hear on this PODCAST, they were both utterly invisible, completely anonymous, hidden in the shadows.

Invisible, anonymous, hidden to everyone but God.

Do you ever feel invisible? As if, when all is said and done, your life might count for very little? Or nothing at all?

Encouragement for your soul is one click away!

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One Yoke That IS Easy; One Burden That IS Light

You’re gonna love this!!! At least, I sure do.

As you will hear on this PODCAST, Jesus’s words, “My yoke is easy and my burden is light” freed me from YEARS of enormous guilt.

Think of this as Peter Puts on a Personal Evangelism Clinic, all in just two simple-yet-profound sentences.

Oh, and for good measure, at no extra charge, we will reduce all of Jesus’ teaching regarding our character as Christ-followers to one salient soundbite of but a lean-and-mean four, one-syllable words.

Trust me. You’re gonna LOVE this!

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Bible Bootcamp — The New Testament

Welcome to our third and final installment of Bible Bootcamp.

As you will hear in the PODCAST, with due deference to Peter’s challenge to you and me—1 Peter 2:2 (KJV), “As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby.”—we thought if beneficial to take a bird’s-eye view of the entire Bible. An overview. A survey. The box top to the biblical puzzle.

This so that we can understand how each individual piece fits into the whole.

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On the Road Again

It had to be a rather rude awakening to be sure—Paul’s initial introduction to the unenviable life of an apostle.

As we will learn in this PODCAST, there is much—much more than we could possibly imagine—behind Paul’s otherwise enigmatic statement in 1 Corinthians 4:9, a rare moment of personal reflection (and dare-I-say exasperation and frustration) in the writings of this most-prolific apostle:

“I sometimes think God has put us apostles on display, like prisoners of war at the end of a victor’s parade, condemned to die. We have become a spectacle to the entire world—to people and angels alike.”

Well, here in Acts 9, the Apostle to us Gentiles endured quite the humiliating spectacle indeed.

It was hardly the homecoming our new friend, the Apostle Paul, had anticipated as he entered archway in the main gate leading to Straight Street in Damascus.

Was his heart all a-flutter? Mine would have been.

After a three-year absence from its legendary landscape, his formal training as an apostle now complete. I have to believe that Saul-now-Paul had much upon which he would have liked to reflect.

  • Perhaps a quiet, private, personal rendezvous with the spot on the road where he first met Jesus?
  • Maybe a knock on the door of Judas’ house, where he was graciously housed for three days as a man-struck-blind?
  • How about cup of Turkish coffee with Ananias, the man tasked with, and understandably fearful of, being first follower of Jesus to approach just-converted Saul?
  • Possibly some visits to the synagogues where he first preached, “Jesus is indeed the Son of God”?

Paul’s heart had to be pitter-pattering with excited anticipation as he once-again approached the storied city.

But alas. A happy homecoming wasn’t in cards that fate dealt this soon-to-be-suffering servant of Jesus.

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