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  • The Penalty Of Bypassing The Cross

    Contributed by Kevin Burden on Jun 18, 2008
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,072 views

    It has been a long night in Jerusalem. While multitudes slept, God the Father has allowed the plan of the ages (the redemption of man) to be put into motion.

    THE PENALTY OF PASSING BY THE CROSS Mark 15:22-38 / Luke 23:46-49 It has been a long night in Jerusalem. While multitudes slept, God the Father has allowed the plan of the ages (the redemption of man) to be put into motion. The time is a few minutes after noon the day of Christ’s ...read more

  • Heart Bypass (1996)

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 15, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,509 views

    If we do not understand what God does for us every day, then we will not receive what He wants to do when we really need Him. Sometimes He must withdraw from us because our abundance blinds us. (Communion message)

    If we do not understand what God does, every day, then we will not receive what He wants to do when we really need Him. If with both minds and hearts we do not grasp that it is God who provides for us, day after day, even when we don’t think we need Him, then our minds will be closed and our ...read more

  • Heart Bypass (1986)

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 16, 2010
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    We are divided over whether to invest more in charity or more in the church program. A key element must be the compassion that gives from the core of our beings.

    It seems as though just about once a week someone will phone from one of the charity agencies -- the Purple Heart, the Good Will, the Disabled Veterans -- and I always know when they are calling, because they will ask for Mrs. Smith. Nobody asks for Mrs. Smith when they could ask for Margaret ...read more