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The Day Jesus Rose from the Dead, Part 1
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The Day Jesus Rose from the Dead, Part 1

No one should have been surprised at the empty tomb. Jesus had predicted His own resurrection more than once.  Today Ron takes us to that glorious Saturday morning when God rolled away the stone, conquered sin and death, and paved the way for all of us to have eternal life. Along the way, he offers overwhelming proof that the resurrection was no hoax, but rather a fulfillment of biblical prophecy for which there is no viable alternative explanation.  

The Day Jesus Died
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The Day Jesus Died

Jesus uttered seven phrases as He hung on Calvary’s cross. He made a request to the apostle John, He offered salvation to a criminal hanging next to Him, and He said two things to no one in particular. But Jesus said three things directly to God, each of them a heartfelt cry from a son to his father. Today Ron takes a look at these three key phrases as he continues his teaching series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday?” 

The Arrest and Trial of Jesus, Part 2
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The Arrest and Trial of Jesus, Part 2

If you had been there that day at the arrest and trial of Jesus Christ, it would have looked like a set up.  Trumped up charges followed by what amounts to a conspiracy to commit murder. But things are not always what they seem. Today Ron continues his series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday?” Along the way, he’ll remind us that the life of Christ was given, not taken. Sacrificed, not stolen. This is the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and you’ll hear more in a moment. 

The Arrest and Trial of Jesus, Part 1
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The Arrest and Trial of Jesus, Part 1

It’s just might be the most famous trial in the history of Western civilization. And it’s definitely the most important. I’m not talking about Roe versus Wade, Plessy versus Ferguson, or even the O.J. Simpson trial, which was viewed by one hundred and fifty million people. No, I’m talking about the trial of Jesus Christ before the Sanhedrin. Today Ron takes us to that day, to that courtroom, as he continues his teaching series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday?”

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"Take Up Your Cross!" Part 2

What does it mean to live a crucified life? Jesus gave us many hard sayings during His life on Earth. This one might be the hardest of all. “If anyone would come after Me, he must deny himself and take up His cross and follow Me.” Today Ron tells us what that crucified life should look like in a devoted follower of Christ.  

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"Take Up Your Cross!" Part 1

Jesus doesn’t have a Facebook account or a Twitter page, but He is looking for a few faithful followers. Jesus said, “If anyone should come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.” What does it mean to follow Jesus?  What does it look like in day to day life? Answers come your way next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday.”  

The Meaning of the Cross, Part 2
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The Meaning of the Cross, Part 2

History books may tell you that the Roman soldiers held Jesus Christ to the cross by driving sharpened steel through His hands and feet. Don’t believe it. If you want to know what really held Jesus on the cross, you’re about to find out, as Ron continues his teaching series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday?” As you follow along, keep these words of Christ in mind.  “No one takes my life from Me, I give it up of my own accord.”  

The Meaning of the Cross, Part 1
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The Meaning of the Cross, Part 1

“When I came to you, brothers, I did not come with eloquence or wisdom, for I decided to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.” Well, those words from the Apostle Paul remind us of a singular truth, there is nothing more central to the Christian faith than the proper understanding of the cross of Christ. And that’s where we’re headed today as Ron begins his teaching series, “What’s So Good About Good Friday?”  

Asking, Part 2
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Asking, Part 2

What’s so golden about the golden rule?  Let’s find out right now, on today’s edition of Something Good Radio. Today Ron wraps up his teaching series, “Lessons From The Sermon On The Mount,” and what a great series it’s been.  

Asking, Part 1
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Asking, Part 1

When you invite Jesus in, He promises to always show up. Well, for many of us, asking for help is one of the hardest things to do. We’re go-getters and do-it-yourself-ers and we never ask for directions, even if we’re lost. But God invites us to ask for His help, and part of the reason for that is He knows we need it.  

Tolerance, Part 2
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Tolerance, Part 2

Is there somebody in your life who constantly finds fault with you? Do you sometimes find yourself pointing out the faults in others? Today Ron continues his teaching series, “Lessons From The Sermon On The Mount,” with a timely message about “tolerance,” one that will help you follow in the steps of Jesus, who was filled with both grace and truth.  

Tolerance, Part 1
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Tolerance, Part 1

In today’s culture, tolerance has come to mean the acceptance of a person’s behavior, no matter what that behavior may be. But that’s not the way Jesus sees it. Today Ron takes us today to an often misunderstood teaching of Christ, Judge not, lest you yourself be judged. What did He mean by this statement?  

Worry, Part 2
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Worry, Part 2

You know, millions of people are overcome with worry.  About their jobs, their kids, their health.  If you’re one of them, you’ve come to the right place today. Because Ron is about to share God’s prescription for peace as he continues his teaching series, “Lessons From The Sermon On The Mount.” 

Worry, Part 1
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Worry, Part 1

Be anxious for nothing, but in all things by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. Well, it’s not always easy to avoid worrying, but it ispossible. Today Ron encourages us to walk by faith, because when we do, our worries and anxieties will begin to fade away.