Creating a Sober World

Creating a Sober World

Creating a Sober World

United States, EnglishChristianity

A Christ-Centered Twelve Step Program modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous and the Oxford Group and its Keswick emphasis on the Centrality of the Cross.

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My guest today is Dwight Harden. Dwight and I will be discussing Creating a Sober World as a context for communication. During our talk I will be asking Dwight about how he discovered his talent for Science Fiction writing. He is... more
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J Vernon McGee delivered a message back in the 70's saying that if revival did not come our country would not survive. We listen to and discuss the message.
00:37

We pick up where we left off last Monday as we talk about blocks to healing our hurts.
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We talked on Friday about how necessary forgiveness of others was to open up our heats to the Love of Jesus. Before we can really feel safe in forgiving ti is necessary in many cases to deal with two other issues that stand in the way of... more
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It is difficult to live by the absolute of Love. But we learned from AA that we can learn how to forgive and let go of resentments which in time opens our heart to love and accept beople just the way they are. Absolute Love will be the... more
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My wife Diane joins me once again to discuss the importaince of sexual purity. This is not a populare topic in our sex sodden society today and even in many Christain churches.
00:53

We canotinue to discuss sexual purity, one of the 4 absolutes.
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We had a technical glicth. We will restart the show at 2:30 The four absolutes which first appeared in Robert Spears "The Principles of Jeus," as 1 Purity 2 Honesty 3 Unselfishenss and 4 Love. Frank Buchman put Honesty first as he... more
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Frank Buchman called his minitry 'World Changer." Bill Wilson believed that AA could also change the world. From the 23rd chapter of the book 'Absolutlely Sober,' we will discuss this idea of world changing.
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The idea of letting go absolutely did not enter into the speech of most Christians until the late 1800's with the publication of Hannah Whital-Smith's "The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life." we ill talk about this idea of complete surrender on... more
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