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Mary Magdalene: A Tormented Soul Set Free, Part 2
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Mary Magdalene: A Tormented Soul Set Free, Part 2

For centuries, rumors have swirled about the life of Mary Magdalene. She was a prostitute, some say. She was the wife of Jesus, some say. Don’t believe it. Here’s what you can believe about Mary Magdalene.  She had at one time been possessed, not oppressed, but possessed, by seven demons, and Jesus set her free. What’s the difference between oppression and possession? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Cracked Pots: How The Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.”  

Mary Magdalene: A Tormented Soul Set Free, Part 1
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Mary Magdalene: A Tormented Soul Set Free, Part 1

But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us. Well, if that Scripture sounds familiar, it’s because Ron has been using it throughout his current series, “Cracked Pots: How The Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.” 

David: A Broken Man After God's Own Heart, Part 2
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David: A Broken Man After God's Own Heart, Part 2

Even heroes will sometimes make tragic mistakes. What makes them heroes is what they do next. If you were to list the greatest heroes in the Bible, David would be right near the top of the list. But we actually learn more about him from his failings than we do his successes.Today, Ron explains how we can go from broken to blessed as he continues his teaching series, “Cracked Pots: How The Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.” 

David: A Broken Man After God's Own Heart, Part 1
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David: A Broken Man After God's Own Heart, Part 1

He began his life as a forgotten young shepherd boy, and became the most celebrated King the nation of Israel ever had. I’m speaking, of course, of King David, who slayed a giant as a boy and slayed thousands of enemies as a warrior in battle. But this man after God’s own heart made his fair share of mistakes as well. Today, Ron takes us to the life of one of the greatest heroes of the Christian faith.  

Jacob: Wrestling with God, Part 2
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Jacob: Wrestling with God, Part 2

He fooled his brother. He deceived his father. He was a trickster and a swindler. And then one day, he picked a fight with God. Today, Ron takes us once again to the story of Jacob, a con man in his early years, a hero of the faith later on. How did this transformation come about? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Cracked Pots: How The Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.”  

Jacob: Wrestling with God, Part 1
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Jacob: Wrestling with God, Part 1

The first wrestling match, on this Wednesday edition of Something Good. Well, long before WrestleMania came along in the nineteen-eightees, there was a swindler named Jacob who decided to do the unthinkable. He picked a fight with God.  And even though he lost, he lived. And his life was never the same. Ron takes us to the story of Jacob next, as he continues his teaching series, “Cracked Pots: How The Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.”  

Moses: Moments of Glory, Feet of Clay, Part 2
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Moses: Moments of Glory, Feet of Clay, Part 2

He was once a confident, at times arrogant, young man. Forty years later, on the west side of the wilderness, we find a man whose confidence is all but gone. Today, Ron takes you to that West Side story, to the burning bush where God places a calling on Moses’ life, and Moses does everything he can to get out of it.  

Moses: Moments of Glory, Feet of Clay, Part 1
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Moses: Moments of Glory, Feet of Clay, Part 1

If you’re looking for buried treasure, look inside the person you see in your mirror. The Apostle said we, as believers in Christ, have a treasure in earthen vessels. That treasure is the power of God, the power of Christ in us. Today, Ron shows us what that treasure looks like by taking us to the story of one of the greatest heroes of the Christian faith. 

Treasure in Jars of Clay, Part 2
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Treasure in Jars of Clay, Part 2

“We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed.” Does that sound like you today? Do you feel inadequate in some areas, weak and powerless? Are you struggling with sin that has you feeling unworthy? Well, God wants to help you work through these struggles. But in the meantime, His glory can still be seen through the cracks and imperfections of your earthen vessel.  

Treasure in Jars of Clay, Part 1
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Treasure in Jars of Clay, Part 1

“But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.” That’s Second Corinthians four, verse seven, and this is something good radio. Today, Ron launches his brand new teaching series, “Cracked Pots: How the Glory of God Shines Through Our Brokenness.” Along the way he’ll examine the lives of some of the Bible’s greatest heroes, flawed but faithful followers of God like Moses, Jacob and David, plus a couple of not-so-well-known Bible characters who were also cracked pots.  

Resolving the Stewardship of Your Treasure, Pt 2
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Resolving the Stewardship of Your Treasure, Pt 2

Have you ever wondered where the concept of tithing began? Contrary to what you may have heard, it came along well before the Old Testament Law. Today Ron wraps up his teaching series, “I Resolve,” by reminding us that when God asks us to tithe, He’s not wanting something from ue; He’s wanting something for us.  

Resolving the Stewardship of Your Treasure, Pt 1
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Resolving the Stewardship of Your Treasure, Pt 1

Did you know that the Bible talks more about money than it talks about prayer, or about faith? It’s true. There’s a reason why God spends so much time talking to us about the way we view and use money. Today, Ron takes a deep dive into subject as he continues his teaching series, “I Resolve.”  

Resolving the Stewardship of Your Talent, Pt 2
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Resolving the Stewardship of Your Talent, Pt 2

Do you know what your spiritual gifts are? Maybe the place to start is by learning a little something about all of them. God’s Word divides the spiritual gifts into three distinct groups, sign gifts, supporting gifts, and serving gifts. Ron explains all three today as he continues his teaching series, “I Resolve.” 

Resolving the Stewardship of Your Talent, Pt 1
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Resolving the Stewardship of Your Talent, Pt 1

You may have already made a few New Year’s resolutions. But were they really resolutions about what you have decided to do? Or were they predictions about what you hope to do? Well, the word “resolve” means to come to a definite or earnest decision about something. Today, Ron encourages us to resolve to become better stewards of one of three sacred trusts in our lives, our talent. His message comes your way next.