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Every Day Is 'Opening Day' For Christians
April 02, 2011 01:42 PM PDT
Many of you know that I'm a HUGE sports fan! No, not to the point where I idolize athletes and/or can never miss a game. I just like the competition involved and the various God-given skills sets that are always on display not to mention those rare moments when a player thanks God for his success and he genuinely means it. A few days ago, Major League Baseball threw out the first pitch to start another "Opening Day" and another MLB Regular Season. That got me thinking about how the name of the game is PRESSURE. In fact, the way some players imploded at the end of the game (costing their team a victory) while others stepped up (earning their team a win) had me prayerfully considering the similarities to the Christian life. Yes, "pressure" is also the "name of the game" when it comes to living a life that's committed to Christ. Please join us for an eye-opening discussion on what we mean by that, and for Biblical truth as to how you can overcome the various pressures of the day-to-day grind and live a victorious Christian life in Jesus Christ. Why does God allow pressures into our lives?Providence And Perseverance
January 11, 2011 08:33 AM PST
Last time, we continued talking about the Sovereignty of God, and about the doctrine of "Eternal Security" (or "Once Saved, Always Saved") in relation to Hebrews 6, and demonstrated how a Christian cannot lose their salvation. Today, I began thinking about that fact in relation to the command to "examine yourselves" (2 Corinthians 13:5). How do we reconcile both truths? Is this a contradiction? The answers to those two questions can be found by a close study of "Providence" and "Perseverance" I think. Providence says that the Lord is Sovereign and that He can do whatever He wants, whenever He wants, with His creation. It also means that He -- not man -- is in complete and total control of everything. At the same time, how do we account for all the portions of Scripture that tell us how to live a life that's obedient and pleasing to Him by making the right choices in accordance with His Word? Well, this is connected to a doctrine called Perseverance (or "Perseverance of the Saints"), which argues that although individuals are free and responsible (in a limited sense), they cannot choose salvation of their own accord. Rather, God selected certain individuals before the world began to whom He would draw to faith. According to the Holy Bible, since faith is not something they choose to do, but rather a work that God performs in them, it cannot be walked away from. Thus, Hebrews 12:2 is intricately tied to such a study. We'll be exploring this subject together in this podcast. Please join us!
Hebrews 6: Can A Christian Lose Salvation?
January 06, 2011 10:57 AM PST
If you're an "eternally insecure" Christian, then chances are you use Hebrews 6 as your "proof text" to support your position that believers are not "Once-Saved-Always-Saved" despite the fact that the Scriptures uphold the doctrine of Eternal Security. So what does Hebrew 6 really mean then? Who are those frightening words addressed to? What is meant by the words "fall away" too? Please join us for a Bible study that will help answer those common questions.
Are You Eternally Insecure?
December 10, 2010 09:29 AM PST
The doctrine of Eternal Security, or "Once Saved Always Saved" (OSAS), as some like to call it. Is it Biblical? Can a Christian lose their salvation? Are you eternally insecure about your fate upon death? There is hope in Jesus Christ and in His Word! Please tune in to learn more...
The Sovereignty Of God
October 30, 2010 04:55 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 25th, 2010) What do we mean when we say that God is the "Sovereign" Lord? How should we respond once we recognize that this is a characteristic of the Father in Heaven? Why do so many Christians resist this truth about God despite the fact that it's clearly communicated to us throughout His Word? Please tune in to learn more and to join the discussion.
Gospel Tracts: "By All Means..." (1 Corinthians 9:22)
October 30, 2010 04:52 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 23rd, 2010) Lately, I've been hearing other brothers and sisters in Christ saying that they feel like they're not doing enough for Jesus Christ in this life. No, we're not talking about some "works-based" theology here, but about simply producing some lasting, meaningful fruit for the Lord. Recently, I came across a verse in 1 Corinthians that I thought was appropriate to this topic of concern, and then I started thinking about something I remembered reading about Gospel Tracts (and how to use them). Anyway, this will be a short podcast on this important issue, but I pray that it will be enough to help those who are struggling with such things. Please join us.
Bible Study: Genesis 2 (Continued...)
October 30, 2010 04:48 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 23rd, 2010) We continue with our studies in the Book of Genesis (our 4th focused on this particular Book). In this study, we'll do a verse-by-verse study of Genesis 2.
Bible Study: Genesis 2
October 30, 2010 04:46 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 17th, 2010) We continue with our studies in the Book of Genesis (our 3rd focused on this particular Book)...
Bible Study: Genesis 1-2
October 30, 2010 04:44 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 10th, 2010) We continue with our studies in the Book of Genesis (our 2nd focused on this particular Book)...
Francis Chan On Basic Truth
October 30, 2010 04:42 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 5th, 2010) Today, we’re going to do things a lot differently than we normally do here on Kingdom Bound Radio. I’ll be playing sound bytes from a recent Christian conference held on June 29th, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri, featuring Francis Chan that turned into an impromptu Sermon. If you've never heard a Francis Chan Sermon you're in for a real treat! The message? Well, you'll just have to tune in to find out what it was and why it's absolutely critical for us to hear at this very moment in time. Just prepare for the Holy Spirit to convict you.
Bible Study: Genesis 1
October 30, 2010 04:38 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on August 3rd, 2010) We continue with our Bible Study series to kick off the week. Finally, we begin to actually read the Bible itself after spending some time discussing the Book as a whole (who wrote it?; how it came to be; how it's relevant still today; etc.), and now we turn our undivided attention to the very first Book in the Holy Bible -- the Book of Genesis. These shows won't also be a straight reading of the text, verse-by-verse, but I'll be sharing my own personal notes taken during my own personal studies. We'll also try to work in some "Life Lessons" that each portion of the Scriptures teaches us that we can apply to our lives today, as well as a handful of intriguing facts not commonly discussed or noticed. Of course, I encourage you to call in or write with your own insights so that we can help each other learn. Please join us especially if you're like me and you desire to read and understand God's Word better than you do right now.
Bible Study: The Whole Bible In One-Liners
October 30, 2010 03:48 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on July 14th, 2010) We continue with our Bible study series to kick off this week. After last week's discussion that showed how the anatomy of the Bible, the various kinds of Books and writing styles found throughout its pages, we'll continue by examining the Holy Bible in a way that you've probably never experienced before, but it will be one that I think will be EXTREMELY helpful to anyone who's looking to start a Bible study, or who's simply looking for a powerful reference guide and summary. We give you a one-liner for each of the 66 Books of the Bible! Think of this as a "cheat sheet" for our journey. So, grab a notebook and a pen and prepare to do some note-taking! This will probably be one of the shorter Bible Study shows since we'll simply read each one-liner. Please join us on Kingdom Bound Radio!
Bible Study: The Basic Anatomy Of The Bible
October 30, 2010 03:44 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on June 23rd, 2010) We continue with our Bible study series to kick off this week. After our last discussion that showed how the Bible came to be, we'll continue by examining the basic anatomy of the Bible. Think of this as a roadmap for your journey. Specifically, we'll look at the types of Books and the kinds of writing styles employed throughout this incredible Book we call the Holy Bible. Please join us on Kingdom Bound Radio!
Bible Study: How The Bible Came To Be
October 30, 2010 03:40 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on June 15th, 2010) God willing, Kingdom Bound Radio will begin each week with a traditional Bible study. There will be no set schedule or timetable for working our way through the Bible from cover to cover. We'll proceed as the Holy Spirit leads us (Proverbs 16:9, right?). I just want to be consistent in my pursuit of the truth. My prayer is that it will help us all set the stage for the rest of the week, but also motivate each and every one of us to get into God's Word more than we are at the moment. Personally, I'm going to try and make each study relevant to our day by pointing out that God's Word is hardly outdated -- it is extremely relevant to our modern times. Yes, the places and times may change, but we're still human beings like those people alive back then. In fact, there are "Life Lessons" to be learned from all of it. Plus, I'll try to focus on those neat little facts that are rarely discussed from each passage that contribute to our level of awe toward our Heavenly Father. Please join us for this week's Bible study, which helps us to further set the proper foundation before we eat up and digest the Word of God. Our focus? How the Bible came to be.
Bible Study: The Bible Is Relevant
October 30, 2010 02:59 PM PDT
(This podcast was originally broadcast on June 7th, 2010) God willing, Kingdom Bound Radio will begin each week with a traditional Bible study. There will be no set schedule or timetable for working our way through the Bible from cover to cover. We'll proceed as the Holy Spirit leads us! I just want to be consistent in my pursuit of the truth. My prayer is that it will help us all set the stage for the rest of the week, but also motivate each and every one of us to get into God's Word more than we are at the moment. Personally, I'm going to try and make each study relevant to our day by pointing out that God's Word is hardly outdated. In fact, there are "Life Lessons" to be learned from all of it. Plus, I'll try to focus on those neat little facts that are rarely discussed from each passage that contribute to our level of awe toward our Heavenly Father. Please join us for this week's Bible study.
Are you a Kingdom bound Christian? Are you Kingdom bound for 'Thy Kingdom come'? Join Kingdom Bound Radio each week as we examine the Scriptures and a life lived for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ complete with the ups, downs, lefts, rights, joys and sorrows. The goal is to strengthen our faith through fellowship with one another, which will ultimately strengthen our faith in and relationship with Jesus Christ.
Kingdom Bound Radio is committed to offering programming that will not only enrich your life with the truth of God's Word, but that which will also speak to your heart and mind about the real-world issues that matter to you the most. Once we can clearly see the hand-writing on the wall, whether it's reflected in our own lives or in the world system at large, then we will be motivated to strengthen our relationship with Jesus Christ, we will be encouraged to apply what we learn in pursuit of becoming more like Him, and we will be emboldened to evangelize the lost while we still can. Please join us and be a part of the conversation! Please visit Kingdom Bound Radio at www.KingdomBoundRadio.com for more info.
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