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This sermon examines Jesus' dialogue with the "rich young ruler" in Mark 10:17. The great spiritual challenge of earthly wealth and the rewards of discipleship are reviewed. (Mark 10:17-31)
Prime 32 min
In a society where machines are taking precedent over people, the church has an opportunity to offer something sorely lacking in the lives of many people -- real relationships with real people.
Of all the leaders whose lives are described in the Bible, Solomon reflects our times and problems most exactly. (Deuteronomy 17:11-20)
In this lesson Mike examines six gifts we receive from God at our conversion and the one gift that powers all of them. (John 3:3-5)
Prime 36 min
There are many ways a person can lose their salvation once they've obtained it. In this lesson we look at the top 10 ways people lose this precious gift from God. (Matthew 16:24-26)
Prime 34 min
This sermon explores the things God truly desires from us beyond the rituals of public worship. (Psalms 50:13-15;23)
Prime 29 min
The lesson review the 4 ingredients necessary to create a life (aroma) that is pleasing to God. (Ephesians 5:1-33)
Prime 27 min
David calls on everyone to listen to his teaching that it will be beneficial to both rich and poor, that each will have something to learn. Then he goes ahead to list the limits of money. (Psalms 49:1-20)
Prime 24 min
This sermon describes the actual physical and spiritual advantages made possible in a person's life by the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.
A summary of reasons why, despite the delay or doubt that God is hearing us, we must persevere in prayer. (Jeremiah 42:1-7)
Prime 21 min
This lesson is a call to Christians to purify their language in order to perfect their witness.
Prime 30 min
Many times Christians lose their focus in prayer because of various trials and experiences. This sermon explores several key reasons why one must persevere in this basic spiritual exercise. (James 5:16)