The Woman Who Wept at His Feet (Podcast)

The Woman Who Wept at His Feet Podcast by Stories of the Master Jesus has gone to the house of Simon the Pharisee, but upon his entrance he is insulted by not being given water for his feet, a customary kiss of greeting, and anointing oil for his head. A woman in the crowd watching the lunch is appalled by this public insult and takes matters into her own hands to give the honor to Jesus that he deserves. More Stories of the Master >>>

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Friends — Proverbs 27:1-10

Friends — Proverbs 27:1-10 by Pastor, Colin Smith for The Orchard Podcast HERE >>> First, the Proverbs are proverbs. They are wise sayings that describe the normal pattern that prevails in this world. The proverbs are not promises, they are proverbs. Second, The Proverbs assume a relationship. They were first spoken as the words of a wise father to his son. But Proverbs is in Holy Scripture, and so in this book we hear the voice of our loving Father speaking to us, his own children. Third, the Proverbs point…

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Just A Reminder We Were Warned, Not Once but Twice – Enjoy the Stench of A Rotting Society

Just A Reminder We Were Warned, Not Once but Twice – Enjoy the Stench of A Rotting Society by Rory for The Daily Coin Just a reminder of where we stand today and why we are ignorant, destitute and on the edge of losing it all. Where is real leadership when you need it – oh, that’s right, gunned down in cold blood in the streets of Dallas, hog-tied at every turn in the halls of Congress by satanic globalist. When these two men explained the reality of our world…

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Be Not Drunk with Wine (Podcast)

Be Not Drunk with Wine Podcast by Dr. Pastor, John MacArthur for Grace to You I would call your attention this morning to Chapter 5 and verse 18.  This is where we left off last time, and we’re going to be looking at the Spirit-filled life.  The Spirit-filled life.  Obviously, to anyone who has been a Christian for any amount of time, you are well aware that this is a tremendously important text.  A very familiar one, an area of study that is to be dealt with, really, by every believer if he or she is to really comprehend…

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Family alerted to devastating fire by ‘God knocking on the door’

Family alerted to devastating fire by ‘God knocking on the door’ By Kim Davis, The Western Journal for WND Standing in the ashes of what was once her home, an Alabama woman is thanking God for saving her family from a devastating house fire. Sherri Rosas, from Steele, Alabama, lost everything in a house fire caused by faulty wiring in the attic the day after Christmas. Rosas has been weary, she told WBMA-TV, heartsick since the death of her father in 2019. But Rosas believes that God is with her and her…

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Can God Speak to Us?

Can God Speak to Us? By Joseph Sobran via Lew Rockwell GNN Note – Just a quick reminder – there is no war on Christmas and there most certainly is not a war on Christianity. Back to work slave!! ****** Flash! Just in time for the Christmas season, Newsweek reports this week that the Gospel accounts of Christ’s nativity aren’t “fully factual.” Do tell. Talk about investigative journalism! Not to be outdone, Time assures us this week that “constantly evolving scholarship” casts doubt on the Gospel narratives. So what else is new? Scholarly attempts to…

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Does the Virgin Conception Make Christmas Seem Unreasonable? (Podcast)

Does the Virgin Conception Make Christmas Seem Unreasonable? (Podcast) by J. Warner for Cold Case Christianity In this episode of the podcast, J. Warner joins Bill Arnold on Faith Radio to talk about the miraculous nature of the virgin conception. Does the virgin conception of Jesus add just another unreasonable feature to the story of Jesus? What do we even mean when we use this term? J. Warner also answers several listener questions. Be sure to subscribe to Bill’s excellent podcast. More at Cold Case Christianity >>>  

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HOW THE CHRISTMAS STORY REVEALS GOD’S POWER

HOW THE CHRISTMAS STORY REVEALS GOD’S POWER by Adriel Sanchez for Core Christianity Imagine with me, Your legs are too weak to stand up or walk. If you want to get up or move someone must carry you. Your arms are weak and your hands uncoordinated. It is difficult for you to pick up and hold objects unless they are handed to you. Your head is large and heavy. So heavy that your neck can hardly support its weight. You lose your understanding and use of language. You can no…

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