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John MacArthur (February-25-2020) Bible Questions and Answers, Part 71

Joseph Prince (January-20-2020) Daily Devotion: THE ANSWER FOR A GUILTY CONSCIENCE.

Hebrews 9:14 - how much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered Himself without spot to God, cleanse your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?

Have you heard the voice of your conscience saying things like, “You deserve hell for the sins you committed against your wife three years ago” or “Why are you surprised that your child is not talking to you? You were never around when he needed you”?

You know, there are people who feel depressed all the time because of a sense of guilt, and they “pay” for their sins in terms of illnesses. In fact, doctors are discovering that many psychosomatic sicknesses are caused by guilt and condemnation because the conscience is saying, “You have done wrong. You must be punished. How can your sin not be punished?”

That is why you must have an answer that will satisfy your conscience. When your conscience says, “You have sinned. You must be punished for this sin or else God is not a just God,” you say, “Yes, I have sinned. But this sin and every other sin that I have committed were punished to the maximum in the body of Jesus Christ! So there remains no more punishment for me today, for how much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered Himself without spot to God, cleanse my conscience!”

My friend, the only way to bring peace to your conscience is to look to the cross. The cross of Jesus is the only answer that will satisfy your conscience.

So the next time your conscience condemns you because of sin, don’t try to silence it with your good works. Look to the cross and say, “Father, thank You for Jesus and the cross. Jesus was totally condemned on my behalf for this sin, so there is now absolutely no condemnation left for me.” Then, your conscience will look at the cross and say, “Ahhhh...peace.” My friend, Jesus’ finished work at the cross truly sets you free!

Jimmy Evans (January-01-2020) Divorce Isn't The Answer. Jimmy Evans discusses the struggles many marriages have over the holidays and how you can find help.

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Saturday, 14 December 2019 00:04

Kent Hovind - Questions & Answers (December-14-2019)

Kent Hovind - Questions & Answers (December-14-2019)

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Michael Todd (December-07-2019) Sermon: The Goat Problem & Answer 

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Sunday, 05 January 2020 11:11

The Question Jesus Could Not Answer - John Hagee

John Hagee - Sunday Sermon: The Question Jesus Could Not Answer. You will enjoy Pastor John Hagee’s vivid description of the Great Tribulation. The disciples asked Jesus, “When will the end come?” But no one knows the time or the hour, except for God the Father. Are you ready?

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Saturday, 23 November 2019 00:18

Kent Hovind - Live Q&A (November-22-2019)

Kent Hovind (November-22-2019) Live Questions & Answers

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Kenneth Copeland (November-11-2019) Sermon: Praying in the Spirit Brings Answers From the Inside Out. The answer to your problem is already inside you! Watch Kenneth Copeland on Believer’s Voice of Victory as he teaches you how to access the wisdom of God for supernatural results. Learn why praying in the spirit brings answers from the inside out!

Charles Stanley (September-15-2019) Daily Devotion: A Prayer That God Answers.

We don’t always know exactly how to intercede for others, or even for ourselves. In Colossians, we find Paul’s prayer for the believers in that church. What’s interesting is the absence of many of the requests we normally make while talking with the Lord—for health, financial needs, or deliverance from difficult situations. Paul’s prayer is focused on the believers’ spiritual needs, and it’s a pattern we can all follow as we pray for others and ourselves.

Too often we are impatient in prayer and want God to respond at the speed of modern technology. In contrast, Paul wasn’t burdened by a quest for immediate answers and never gave up speaking to the Lord about the Colossians. He was confident that God would hear, and he also knew that spiritual growth is a lifelong process, not a quick fix.

Paul didn’t settle for a simple appeal of “Lord, bless the Colossian church.” He truly cared about the people there, and he focused on what God desired for them—that they would know the Father’s will, walk worthy of Him, and be strengthened with His power.

The Lord desires to answer petitions that line up with His will. Of course, we should also talk to our Father about our physical or emotional concerns, but we must not overlook our need for consistent spiritual growth. Through Paul, God has given us an example for an honest prayer that He longs to answer.

When you don’t know how to pray for others, let this prayer guide your requests. Then be patient, knowing God answers prayers in the best way and with the best timing.

Benny Hinn (August-06-2019) The Joy of Answered Prayer, Part 1. Pastor Benny Hinn begins his new teaching series on "The Joy of Answered Prayer".

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