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The Faithfulness of God, Part 2
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The Faithfulness of God, Part 2

If we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. That’s His promise, and today Ron explains why you can believe it.  

The Faithfulness of God, Part 1
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The Faithfulness of God, Part 1

Here’s what the book of Deuteronomy tells us about the faithfulness of God. Chapter seven verse nine says, “Therefore know that the Lordyour God, He is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and mercy for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commandments. Well, even when the Israelites broke their covenant with God, He kept His covenant with them. Today, Ron explores the faithfulness of God as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?” 

The Holiness of God, Part 2
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The Holiness of God, Part 2

Have you ever compared yourself to someone else? Your lifestyle? Your choices? Your level of obedience to God? Have you ever thought, “compared to some people I know, I’m actually doing pretty well.” If so, I hope you can stay with us, because today Ron wants to help change our perspective as he shares a message about the holiness of God.  

The Holiness of God, Part 1
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The Holiness of God, Part 1

Whether you’re listening on radio, on your mobile device, or online at something good radio dot org, thanks for making us part of your day.  For the past few days we’ve been looking at some of the key attributes of God. His sovereignty, His goodness. Today, Ron gives us an up close and personal look at the holiness of God, and what it looks like when we endeavor to pursue holiness in our own lives.  

The Sovereignty of God, Part 2
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The Sovereignty of God, Part 2

Well, the Bible talks at length about the sovereignty of God, and about the free will of man. It’s almost as if God, in His sovereignty, voluntarily relinquished part of that sovereignty, part of His control, and gave us the chance to choose for ourselves if we would obey Him. Ron takes a deep dive into the subject next, as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?”

The Sovereignty of God, Part 1
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The Sovereignty of God, Part 1

My counsel shall stand, says the Lord, and I will do all My pleasure. Well, what does the Bible mean when it says God is sovereign? The short answer is, it means God is in total control. But there’s more to the answer than that. Today, Ron explores the issue of God’s sovereignty as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?” 

The Goodness of God, Part 2
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The Goodness of God, Part 2

If anyone ever had a reason to question the goodness of God, it was Joseph. Sold into slavery by his jealous brothers, falsely imprisoned based on the lies of a scorned woman, Joseph could have easily gotten angry at God. Instead, he showed all of us how to push through adversity without abandoning our faith. Ron takes us to that story next, as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?”  

The Goodness of God, Part 1
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The Goodness of God, Part 1

If God is so good, why does He allow bad things to happen? Answers come your way next, on this Wednesday edition of Something Good Radio. Well, there’s no getting around it, we live in a fallen world where bad things happen. People leave us. People hurt us. Children die. And when these things happen, we may sometimes ask, “Is God really all that good?” Ron wants you to know the answer is a resounding yes, and he’ll tell you why today as continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like.”  

The Farness of God, Part 2
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The Farness of God, Part 2

Well, God wants to have an intimate relationship with us. The Bible says that He will draw near to us if we draw near to Him.  But God is also transcendent. He is something other than we are, something higher. And as hard as it may be to believe, He is both near and far away at the same time. Ron breaks it all down for us today as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like.” 

The Farness of God, Part 1
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The Farness of God, Part 1

For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are my ways your ways, says the Lord. Well, if we could know and understand everything about God, would He really be God? Today, Ron explains the transcendent nature of the Almighty, all-knowing, all-powerful God of the universe.  

Thinking Right About God, Part 2
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Thinking Right About God, Part 2

Have you ever wondered what God looks like? Today’s answer may surprise you. If you want to know what God is like, His nature, His character, even His physical appearance, then stay with us now and Ron continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like.”  

Thinking Right About God, Part 1
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Thinking Right About God, Part 1

If you want to know what God is really like, you’ve come to the right place. Well, there are a lot of misconceptions about God. Some view Him as a ruthless taskmaster who demands perfection. Others believe He is too busy or too apathetic to care about your wants and needs. Some don’t believe He exists at all. But He isreal, and you canknow Him.  

Faith, Relationships, and Hospitality, Part 2
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Faith, Relationships, and Hospitality, Part 2

I’ve got some good news for you today here on something good radio. You are loved beyond your failures. You are loved beyond your past. Well, God’s love for you is unconditional. No matter your mistakes or failures, you are loved beyond measure, and He who began a good work in you shall bring it to completion.  

Faith, Relationships, and Hospitality, Part 1
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Faith, Relationships, and Hospitality, Part 1

The Apostle Paul tells us to pray without ceasing. Is that even possible?  Well, it’s impossible to start praying and never stop. You’ve got to work. You’ve got to raise the kids. You’ve got to sleep. So what does it mean to pray without ceasing? What should the prayer life of a mature believer in Christ look like? Find out next as Ron continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”