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  • 01:54

    MINISTRY OF HEALING HELPING THE TEMPTED

    in Christianity

    Every human being is the object of loving interest to Him who gave His life that He might bring men back to God. Souls guilty and helpless, liable to be destroyed by the arts and snares of Satan, are cared for as a shepherd cares for the sheep of his flock.


    The Saviour's example is to be the standard of our service for the tempted and the erring. The same interest and tenderness and long-suffering that He has manifested toward us, we are to manifest toward others. "As I have loved you," He says, "that ye also love one another." John 13:34. If Christ dwells in us, we shall reveal His unselfish love toward all with whom we have to do. As we see men and women in need of sympathy and help, we shall not ask, "Are they worthy?" but "How can I benefit them?"


    Rich and poor, high and low, free and bond, are God's heritage. He who gave His life to redeem man sees in every human being a value that exceeds finite computation. By the mystery and glory of the cross we are to discern His estimate


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    of the value of the soul. When we do this, we shall feel that human beings, however degraded, have cost too much to be treated with coldness or contempt. We shall realize the importance of working for our fellow men, that they may be exalted to the throne of God.


    The lost coin, in the Saviour's parable, though lying in the dirt and rubbish, was a piece of silver still. Its owner sought it because it was of value. So every soul, however degraded by sin, is in God's sight accounted precious. As the coin bore the image and superscription of the reigning power, so man at his creation bore the image and superscription of God. Though now marred and dim through the influence of sin, the traces of this inscription remain upon every soul. God desires to recover that soul and to retrace upon it His own image in righteousness and holiness.


     

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  • 00:31

    Rev. Wayne Anders The King Tempted

    in Spirituality

    Jesus Did Not Need To Repent Of Sin; He Never Sinned.  But He Used The Act Of Baptism To Demonstrate Obedient Submission To God's Call.

  • 00:33

    Temptation

    in Entertainment

    Man it's tuesday and it's going down we are talking about all the temptations in life. We can be tempted by some many things and have to be able to say if those things are worth what we are giving up. So let's tune tonight at 6:30 pm EST/ 12:30 pm PST and world wide to see if we can help you while you are being tempted in this life and can help each other. You can be tempted to things you never had or you can be tempted to things you always have wanted but we are going to cover it all on this show so do not miss it at all.

  • 00:46

    Idolatry in the church

    in Christianity

    1 Corr. 10:13-14 says:


    13 There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.


    14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from idolatry.


    What is idolatry? What does the Bible tell us about God's punishment on idolaters?


    Please join us as we study God's word from 4:00 - 4:45 pm EST. Call in @ 215 -383-3785 or tune in live via the web @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truth-beyond-the-veil-ministri

  • 00:31

    Are You Still Wearing the Grave Clothes of the Old Life?

    in Spirituality

    It's time to get serious about eternal life in Jesus.  No more cosmic values, or cosmic attitudes.  The things of this world have no place in the lives of believing ones.  If we are truly being transformed from glory, to glory then we are becoming more like Jesus.  This process of Christlikeness is to be our greatest desire.  It must become our singular purpose.  When Jesus was here during his public ministry he never lost focus of his mission.  He was tempted by the enemy to abandon the will of God, but he did not. Many of the saints today are still wearing the grave clothes of the old life because they will not give up the destructive idolatries of the past. 

  • 01:24

    MONDAY NIGHT HEALTH REFORM

    in Christianity

    Not because we first loved Him did Christ love us; but "while we were yet sinners" He died for us. He does not treat us according to our desert. Although our sins have merited condemnation, He does not condemn us. Year after year He has borne with our weakness and ignorance, with our ingratitude and waywardness. Notwithstanding our wanderings, our hardness of heart, our neglect of His Holy Word, His hand is stretched out still.


    Grace is an attribute of God exercised toward undeserving human beings. We did not seek for it, but it was sent in search of us. God rejoices to bestow His grace upon us, not because we are worthy, but because we are so utterly unworthy. Our only claim to His mercy is our great need.


    The Lord God through Jesus Christ holds out His hand all the day long in invitation to the sinful and fallen. He will receive all. He welcomes all. It is His glory to pardon the chief of sinners. He will take the prey from the mighty, He will deliver the captive, He will pluck the brand from the burning. He will lower the golden chain of His mercy to the lowest depths of human wretchedness, and lift up the debased soul contaminated with sin.


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    Every human being is the object of loving interest to Him who gave His life that He might bring men back to God. Souls guilty and helpless, liable to be destroyed by the arts and snares of Satan, are cared for as a shepherd cares for the sheep of his flock.


    The Saviour's example is to be the standard of our service for the tempted and the erring. The same interest and tenderness and long-suffering that He has manifested toward us, we are to manifest toward others. "As I have loved you," He says, "that ye also love one another." John 13:34. If Christ dwells in us, we shall reveal His unselfish love toward all with whom we have to do. As we see men and women in need of sympathy and help, we shall not ask, "Are they worthy?"

  • 00:23

    Rethinking Failure: How Losing Leads To Winning And Increases Performance

    in Entrepreneur

    How do you perceive and think about failure? What is it? What does it look like? What are the characteristics of failure…and how does it impact your life?

    In today’s society that demands instant results and glorifies “perfection”, too much is made of failure, mostly because of it’s impact on the ego. One of the great fertilizers of fear is the concept that failure is “bad”, or in some cases “noble”.

    All too often, people treat fear like a terminal illness; as if one (or many) defeats somehow marks them for a life doomed to disappointment. On the other side, the self-indulgent martyr might be tempted to grovel publicly about every small setback in an attempt to gain acknowledgment from an enabling environment.

    But in neither case is failure being used as a lever for momentum, or a weapon of mass production and high-performance.

    Join JT for a no-hold-barred discussion on the power of failure and why reexamining its value and importance can be a game-changer in your business and life.

    Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far!

  • 00:21

    Guest is actor D.B.Woodside from new Fox series LUCIFER

    in Entertainment

    LUCIFER is the new drama series that premieres on Fox January 25, 2016. LUCIFER takes everything we think we know about the world’s greatest villain and flips it upside down. Bored and unhappy in Hell, LUCIFER MORNINGSTAR (Tom Ellis, “Rush”) abandons his throne and heads to the city of Angels looking for a heck of a good time.Our featured guest, D.B. Woodside( "Suits" "24") stars as the angel AMENADIEL, has been sent to Los Angeles by God to convince Lucifer to return to the underworld…can the Devil incarnate be tempted toward the side of Good, or will his original calling pull him back toward Evil? Tune in to see!

  • 00:58

    Shout For Victory

    in Self Help

    Thursday January 21, 2016 @ 9PM CST… Theme of the week: “When I Found You”: Proverbs 22:18 He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD. It’s interesting how we are tempted to add the word “good” wife. He who finds a “good” wife finds a good thing. But the text doesn’t say that. It says that in finding a wife a man finds a good thing. 


    Tune in for Shout for Victory. 347-237-4648 or www.shoutforvictory.org

  • 00:29

    Tempation Isn't The Problem!

    in Religion

    We all get tempted at some point i our life to do what ia contrary to God's word but thw temptation is not the problem, we are!