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The Value of One Lost Soul, Part 2
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The Value of One Lost Soul, Part 2

Let me ask you, how much is a soul worth. To hear Jesus tell it, no one could possibly put a price on it. Each of us is invaluable to Him, and today Ron encourages us to remember that God loves even the worst of all sinners just as much as He loves us.  

The Value of One Lost Soul, Part 1
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The Value of One Lost Soul, Part 1

How valuable is one lost soul. In Luke chapter fifteen, Jesus tells us three parables that show us just how much God values even one lost soul. Ron takes us there today as he continues his teaching series, “Who’s Your One?” 

The God Who Knows You, Part 2
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The God Who Knows You, Part 2

Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you. Well, God said those words to the prophet Jeremiah, but they’re true for all of us, God knew us before the foundation of the world, and He loved us long before we were even conceived.  Coming your way next, Ron continues his teaching series, “Who’s Your One?” 

The God Who Knows You, Part 1
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The God Who Knows You, Part 1

God doesn’t just love you. He loves you anyway. The Creator of the universe knows your every thought and your every action. He knows every mistake you’ve made and every mistake you’ll make from this point forward. He knows everything about you, and yet His love for you remains unconditional.  

Operation Andrew, Part 2
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Operation Andrew, Part 2

I’m sure you know all about the feeding of the five thousand. But did you know which of Christ’s disciples believed in the impossible when no one else did? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Who’s Your One?”  

Operation Andrew, Part 1
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Operation Andrew, Part 1

You may already know all about the Apostle Peter. Today, you’ll meet the brother who lived in his shadow. Simon Peter is a familiar figure in the New Testament, a brash and impulsive man who ultimately became one of the greatest leaders in church history. But the subject of today’s message is his lesser known brother, whose commitment to the calling on his life should be an inspiration to all of us. 

Fishers of One, Part 2
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Fishers of One, Part 2

The last thing Jesus said before He ascended into heaven was to go and make disciples of all nations. You know, the Great Commission was not a command to the original disciples. It was for all of Christ’s disciples. That means you and me. How is the church in America doing in this regard?  Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Who’s Your One?” 

Fishers of One, Part 1
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Fishers of One, Part 1

Looking for a reason to be thankful today? How about this? You didn’t have to choose Jesus. He chose you. Well, we humans measure everything. We live by numbers, and the bigger the better. The dollars in our retirement accounts. Miles per gallon. The square footage of our homes. Today, Ron reminds us that the most important numbers are often the smaller ones. Jesus chose us, and He chose us one at a time. 

The Nearness of God
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The Nearness of God

God has a promise for you today, and you’ll find it in James four, verse eight. “Draw near to me, and I will draw near to you.” Today, we come to the end of Ron’s teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?” Along the way, we’ve learned about His holiness, His grace, His love, His wisdom. As Ron wraps up the series today, he talks about God’s desire to be near to us, to have a close, intimate relationship with us that never ends.  

The Eternalness of God, Part 2
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The Eternalness of God, Part 2

God’s eternal nature is beyond our comprehension. How can we explain a God with no beginning and no end? We can’t. But in light of God’s eternal nature, we cantake away some practical lessons that we should apply to our lives in the here and now. Ron shares them with you next, as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?”  

The Eternalness of God, Part 1
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The Eternalness of God, Part 1

For the past several days we’ve been taking an in-depth look into some of the attributes of God. And today, we come to one that is beyond our comprehension. His eternal nature, an existence without a beginning or an ending, is a mystery too great for the human mind. But it’s a subject well worth talking about, and that’s what Ron does today as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?” 

The Love of God
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The Love of God

The indescribable, uncontainable, untamable love of God, on this Friday edition of Something Good. Of all the attributes of God: holiness, sovereignty, grace, wisdom, love is the greatest of all. But love is not merely something He possesses.  Love is what He is, and it surpasses human knowledge. Ron attempts to explain the unexplainable nex, as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?”  

The Grace of God, Part 2
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The Grace of God, Part 2

Grace is not something God does. It’s who He is. Well, the gods of every man-made religion ask you to earn their favor.  They are demanding and in many cases cruel. But the one true God is graceful and merciful. He uses the carrot, not the stick. It is His goodness, His kindness, His grace, that draws us to Him. Ron explores this Divine grace next, as he continues his teaching series, “What Is God Really Like?”  

The Grace of God, Part 1
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The Grace of God, Part 1

Just as the son cannot hide its brightness, God cannot hide His grace. What can we say about the grace of God? We are saved by it, we are sanctified by it, and the more we know Him, the more we become overwhelmed by it. Ron explores the unrivaled, unending grace of God next, on this Wednesday edition of Something Good.