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23 Aug 2019 Exodus (Program #75)

Exodus (Program #75) – The Angel of Jehovah for His People (3)

Prior to taking possession of the promised good land, God’s people were commanded to fully and absolutely drive out the pagan tribes from that land. Failure to do so will result in the people sharing in the sins of these pagan occupants. History clearly shows that this ultimately is the case. This pagan enemies became the source of the sin of God’s people, Israel.  What is the source of our sins? And how does the Lord command us to deal with this source?   We can learn a lot about ourselves by following the story of God’s people Israel in the pages of Exodus.

We have seen so much in the book of Exodus these Old Testament stories are really all pictures of things that have very real and current New Testament relevant in our experience. That’s why we are here today in Exodus 23. It deals in parts the Lord’s command to the children of Israel to drive these pagan tribes completely out of their land.  more…

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19 Mar 2018 Romans (Program #50)

Romans (Program #50) – Reigning in Life Over Satan

If you want to hear a striking, encouraging and practical word on reigning in life over Satan, please listen to this message and follow it carefully.  We can in our regenerated spirit, by the Christ who is our life and the life of the Body, be victorious over and reign over Satan.

The Bible shows us three big enemies to our Christian life and no doubt we all desire to overcome them. But of these three: sin, death and Satan, surely Satan himself is our most formidable adversary. How to overcome him is our focus on today’s Life-Study of the Bible.

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12 Dec 2017 Leviticus (Program #17)

Leviticus (Program #17) -The Sin Offering Christ for the Sins of God’s People (3)

In this universe there are only two sources, God is one source and His enemy Satan is the other.  Most often we find ourselves somewhere in between these two sources and usually not conscious of being under the influence of either one.  We may think that we are basically neutral doing our best to do good but occasionally slipping into sin.  But in fact there is no neutral, everything we do, everything we think, say or even feel has its origin in one or the other of these two universal sources.  To be free not just from sin but from the very source of sin is the focus of the offerings presented to us in Leviticus.  Especially when we see the spiritual applications of these offerings that are developed in the pages of the New Testament.

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