Struggling with Sin

January 5, 2014
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Topics:

  • HAPPY NEW YEAR!
  • Jeff and the Sleeping Worship Leader: An Anecdote on Forgiveness
  • There are things we shouldn’t do, but we do anyway
  • “Sin does not do well as the Gardener of the Soul…”
  • Sin is ugly; but we live in it
  • We are selfish beings
  • Who’s on YOUR pedestal?
  • Our struggle is based in Ephesians 6:10-17
  • When it comes to Spiritual Warfare, we commonly use our defensive tools exclusively. What about the offensive weapon?
  • We don’t want to just READ our Bible… we want to STUDY IT
  • King David was a man after God’s own heart
  • BIBLE CONTRADICTION: via TheThinkingAtheist.com
    • Where did the anointing of Jesus take place?
    • Matthew 26:6-7: The anointing happens in Bethany, at the house of Simon the leper. An unnamed woman anoints Jesus. Oil is placed on Jesus’ head.
    • Luke 7:36-38: The anointing takes place at the house of a Pharisee in Galilee. Oil is placed not on Jesus’ head, but on his feet.
    • John 12:3: It isn’t an unnamed woman sinner who anoints Jesus, but Mary who does the honors.
  • Is your Kung Fu strong?
  • Study and Memorization is KEY!
  • The best weapon is hidden… in your heart!
  • What you remember determines your actions
  • Advertisers have this down to a science
  • Deuteronomy 6:4-9
  • LISTENER QUESTION: from Jeremy
    • What is Truth Revolution’s take on homosexuality? How do you respond to homosexuals?

This show originally aired January 5th, 2014

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Brethren in Christ Stance on Homosexuality

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One Response to Struggling with Sin

  1. Michelle Keener says:

    This is how I yearn to live my life, here on earth and in heaven, wearing the full Armor of God! I think the issue sometimes is hard to contemplate how to actually live in the Lord 24/7 when life is happening all around us. If we would just start seeing with our heart, visualize wearing the Armor of God, with practice one could live their purpose here on earth. And I do think w this change in perspective, one hopefully will see Gods work abundantly clear here.

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