Coming up next, Ron explains how to live and love from a healthy mind, a healthy body, and a healthy heart. Now from his teaching series, “Inside Out: Living And Loving From A Healthy Soul,” here’s Ron with part four of his Something Good Radio message, “The Total Human Being.”
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The Christian life is made up of two distinct components. Salvation, a one-time event in which your soul is eternally saved. And sanctification, a lifetime process in which you’re continually learning how to honor God with your mind, heart, and body. Over the past couple of days, Ron has talked in depth about the salvation of our soul, the most critical decision we’ll ever make. But once it’s been made, once our soul is saved and healthy, it’s time to address the other parts of our being mind, heart, and body. Today, Ron shows you how to honor God in these three areas as he continues his teaching series, “Inside Out: Living and Loving from A Healthy Soul.”
Consider the words of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark chapter eight, verses thirty-six and thirty-seven, “What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in return for his soul?” Well, the questions Jesus raised here in Mark’s Gospel were--of course--rhetorical. There is nothing on Earth more valuable than the human soul. It’s not something we have, it’s what we are, the very essence of our being. Stay with us now as Ron moves ahead in his series, “Inside Out: Living and Loving From A Healthy Soul.”
Money. Power. Looks. Fame. The world focuses primarily on the external. But God tells us that life with Him must be lived from the inside out. So, what does it mean to have an inside-out perspective on life? How do we go about living that way? Ron dives into these and other candid questions next, as he launches his brand-new teaching series, “Inside Out: Living And Loving From A Healthy Soul.”
You are loved beyond your failures. You are loved beyond your past. 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.
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 when the Apostle Paul tells us to pray without ceasing? What should the prayer life of a mature believer in Christ look like? Find out next on today’s Something Good, as Dr. Ron Jones continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
What can dancing teach us about godly marriage? Find out next, on this Tuesday edition of something good with Dr. Ron Jones. Today, Ron paints a beautiful picture of biblical marriage, and he takes us to a Texas dance floor to do it. Stay right here as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than,”
God longs to see your marriage flourish. But what does a healthy marriage look like? What does it mean to submit to your husband, or to love your wife as Christ loved the church? Find out next on today’s Something Good, as Dr. Ron Jones continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
God doesn’t love you because of. He loves you in spite of. If you think you have to perform well to earn God’s love, Ron invites you to think again. Stay tuned for an encouraging word about the unlimited, unconditional love of God, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Are you dressed for spiritual success? Before you can put on the garments that lead to spiritual success, you may have to take off a few things. Ron tells you all about this wardrobe change next, as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added unto you. Let me ask you, are you seeking the kingdom of God above all else? Today, Ron reminds us that it is those who think most of the next world that do the most good in this one.
I’ve got some good news for you today. You’re not defined by what people think you are, but by what God says you are. What exactly does God say about you? Find out next, on today’s edition of Something Good with Dr. Ron Jones. Stay with us now as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus is Greater Than.”
You may already be familiar with the term “legalism.” But what about mysticism, or asceticism? Each of these can be an obstacle to our Christian faith, and to our spiritual growth. Exactly what do these terms mean, and how will we know them when we see them? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Is your faith in Christ steadily growing? Or has it become stale and stagnant? Today, Ron wants to help you get out of the shallow end of the faith pool, so that you can dive into the deep waters of your relationship with Christ. Along the way, he’ll share some of the obstacles to genuine spiritual growth.