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More reaction to last week's decision by the baseball writers to keep all-star athletes Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens out of the hall of fame because of alleged steroid use.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. The Bible is God's word. He has given it to us to read and put into practice so that we are moulded and shaped to do the good works that God has prepared for each of his children.
In his second assault on Jesus, Satan attempts to get Jesus to prove himself as the Son of God by throwing himself off the pinnacle of the Temple. He does this by quoting Scripture to Jesus, but leaving out a portion of the text that he quotes. It reveals that living in faithful obedience to God requires the right interpretation and use of God's word that revolves around understanding God as the supreme authority, who is never to be challenged to prove himself.
Does God use us? Often you hear Christians say "God use me to do so and so" or God used me to reach someone. But what do we mean when we say that? Is it similar to when we say that another person used us like, "He used me to gain an advantage for himself"? Does God need us to accomplish his goals? Listen as Hillsdale College Religion Professor Don Westblade expounds from Isaiah 64 to help answer these questions.
God has a plan to use you for the praise of His glorious grace.
In Acts chapter 9, Ananias appears out of nowhere and is used by God... and Paul disappears ("into a basket.") This passage illustrates how we each need to discover who Jesus is, who we are and what He has called us to.
Ronnie takes us through Paul's exposition about a person with the Spirit. He asks us what type of person we are, one with the Spirit, one without or one not yet yielded to the Spirit. Then he walks us through the things we must do in order let God in through prayer and meditation and asking God to search us, break us, stretch us, lead us and use us.