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  • The Lordship Of Christ In Every Century Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 26, 2017
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    “the absence of the Holy Spirit in the Church creates all the divisions.”

    Thursday of the 21st Week in Course 2017 Paul’s first letter to the church in Thessalonika is likely the earliest letter we have from him. He and his band of missionaries are on his second missionary journey, one that took him to western Anatolia and Greece. The church in Thessalonika was his ...read more

  • Islam, The Church And Reformation Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 20, 2017
     | 1,482 views

    Was Islam the "rod of God's wrath" or the foil for the great miracle of the sixteenth century?

  • Sermon On The Mount: Salt And Light Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Nov 28, 2007
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     | 5,384 views

    Some of the Anabaptists of the sixteenth century had a very literal take on the words of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount, “if the salt loses its saltiness

  • As In The Time Of Jeremiah

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 3, 2018
     | 1,599 views

    "In the latter half of the sixteenth century, we can see that there was real reform. And out of that Catholic Reformation came the greatest burst of missionary activity since the Benedictine and Franciscan explosions"

    Thursday of 3rd Week in Lent 2018 Reformation/Revolution When we study or preach on the Scriptures, we always have to keep in mind that there are really two meaning to just about all of it. The first is the meaning that the human writer, inspired by God, had in mind for his time. The second is ...read more

  • A Doctor You've Never Heard Of

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 29, 2018
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    The sixteenth century saw so much heretical scriptural writing that we usually write it off. But good Catholic scholarship was going on in that century, and John of Avila was one of the brightest lights.

  • Martyr Missionaries Of Brazil

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 7, 2018
     | 1,158 views

    Inacio and his companions continue their witness, but now to hundreds of scuba divers.

    Thursday of the 14th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution “No gold, nor silver, nor copper in your belts, no bag for your journey, nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor a staff.” It sounds like a scene from the luggage carrel at an airport I flew into a couple of decades ago. But it’s the ...read more

  • Rev.# 9- Sardis- 1517-1790 A.d. ~ The Reformation Church Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Jun 9, 2009
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     | 3,967 views

    The period that we’re going to study today is one of the turning points in history, many things would come about in these years. The time known as the Reformation was on its way.—the church in Sardis, the 5th church, this time period was from

    REV. # 9~3:1-6 SARDIS- 1517-1790 A.D. ~ the reformation church 6-13-09 Today well continue in our study of this great book of Prophecy, “The Revelation of Jesus Christ”. Let me give you this information as a way of background to Sardis. It became the capital of the ancient ...read more

  • Ashamed

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Nov 19, 2004
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    Paul was not ashamed of the Gospel because he knew that it came from God

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: The following is a quote in a letter by Dr. Paul Luther, the youngest son of the reformer Martin Luther. “ In the year 1544, my father, in the presence of us all, narrated the whole story of his journey to Rome. He acknowledged with great joy that, in that city, ...read more

  • The Spirit Of Christmas Leaders

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 23, 2009
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    If we follow the wisdom of Isaiah, we will be effective leaders for good.

    Christmas Eve December 24 2009 From the stump of Jesse Isaiah 11:1-3 The short reading from Isaiah we just heard is part of a longer passage that ends in a familiar passage: the reign of the king prophesied here will by ideal and idyllic. “Uprightness will be the belt around his waist, and ...read more

  • How Can We Please God?

    Contributed by John Rollyson on Dec 28, 2010
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    As Christians, God desires our obedience.

    How Can We Please God? 1 Peter 2:4-10 Intro: God desires our obedience..... Thomas Platter had such a great zeal for studying the ancient tongues that he supported himself through manual labor by day and at night studied with sand in his mouth, that the gritting against his teeth might keep ...read more

  • Two Spiritual Mindsets

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 10, 2018
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    The growth mindset, by contrast, believes that there is no limit to our ability to learn, grow and change for the better.

    Thursday after Ash Wednesday 2018 Reformation/Revolution Now what? We have received our ashes, symbol of our turning back or turning more faithfully to God. We have begun our Lenten journey, forty days and a triduum toward the destination of Christ’s Resurrection. What do we do now? Our ...read more

  • Labor In God's Work Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 23, 2017
     | 2,263 views

    Especially in difficult times, God raises up leaders to keep us on track.

    Thursday of 25th Week in Course 2017 Reformation and Revolution St. Luke’s Gospel relies on information that we have from nobody else. For instance, it is fairly certain that he had a “mole” in the palace of the Herods, because we have in the Gospel and Acts stories that could only come from an ...read more

  • Their Action Was Just Bull

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 10, 2018
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    The problem with making an image of God is that WE are supposed to be in the image and likeness of God.

    Thursday of the 4th Week in Lent 2018 Reformation/Revolution Humans have, from the very beginning, resisted God’s will, even though that will is for our joy and sanctification. God wants us to be so much like Himself that we can be called His adopted children, even now. And He wants as perfect ...read more

  • Surrendering To God's Will Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 4, 2017
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    If we are to be living stones in the Church built on Christ, we must have the attitude of surrender to God’s will that infused Mary and Jesus.

    Dedication of St. John Lateran Basilica 2017 Revolution and Reformation “Today the liturgy celebrates the dedication of the Lateran Basilica, called “mother and head of all the churches of the city and the world.” In fact, this basilica was the first to be built after Emperor Constantine’s ...read more

  • The Lamb

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jan 21, 2001
    based on 74 ratings
     | 1,393 views

    The scene of the sacrificial lamb is important to understand the book of Revelation.

    THE LAMB REVELATION 5:1-14 OPENING ILLUSTRATION… Robert Beringer, The Easter People, CSS, 1984, p. 14 I can still recall a geography lesson from elementary school in which we learned that the southernmost point of Africa is a point, which for centuries has experienced tremendous storms. For ...read more