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Hold Lightly What You Value Greatly (47:24)
You can stop trying to hold on to things when you figure out that they never belonged to you in the first place.
The Host Who Forgot His Manners (47:28)
We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him.
Ten Sleepy Virgins (31:32)
No one can “borrow” another person’s faith. One day you will stand before the Lord and he will say, “Why should I let you into my heaven?” What answer will you give?
Interview with Franklin Graham - May 21, 2010 (41:53)
Ray Pritchard and Tim Wildmon interview Franklin Graham about his father’s new book “Storm Warning”.
The Desperate Prayer of a Desperate Man (36:07)
God puts us in desperate places so that we will call on him.
Will Everyone Eventually Be Saved? (37:33)
If God didn’t move in mercy, we would all end up in hell.
The Host Who Forgot His Manners (30:00)

It’s not how much you sin, but how deeply you feel it that matters. (Sermon)

How God Helps a Caveman (42:55)
If you keep your eyes open for God, pretty soon you’ll see him everywhere.
Empty on the Inside (38:18)
If you don’t know God, it’s not God’s fault. God has already done everything necessary for you to have a relationship with him.
Homemade Gods (37:08)

The only lasting cure for idolatry is a fervent love for God. The hardest step is seeing our idols in the first place. (Sermon)

The Forgotten Doctrine of Salvation (34:05)
The Gospel invitation begins with repentance. The first step in becoming a Christian is changing your mind about Jesus Christ.
Here Comes the Judge (31:22)
The gospel contains a word of warning, and we are not being faithful to God unless we include that warning in our witnessing.
Some Sneered, Others Questioned, A Few Believed (35:57)
Even Athens needs the gospel, and even in Athens God has his people ready to respond.
How to Pray Like Paul (53:57)
Pastor Ray and Susie Larson discuss how to improve your prayers by learning to pray like the Apostle Paul.
The King Who Went Crazy (36:52)
If we choose not to listen to God, then he simply turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.
The Gospel and 9/11 (18:06)
Pastor Ray discusses the gospel in light of 9/11 with Nancy Turner on “This is the Day.”
How Can I Learn to Forgive? (33:14)
Forgiveness is not easy, but it is necessary, and must be practiced continually.
Sleeping With the Enemy (37:47)
Sometimes godliness is measured by holding on when it would be easier to give up.
The Curse of Moderate Christianity (43:50)
How do you become lukewarm? Do nothing!
The Unidivided Heart (46:47)

Until you admit you need God’s help, you will be stuck exactly where you are. (Sermon)

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (40:48)
If you believe that you are a “little sinner,” then all you need is a “little Savior.”
Walk, Walk, and Keep on Walking (42:51)
Do you want to grow in Christ? Just keep on walking in the right direction.
Franklin Graham on AFR (18:01)
Franklin Graham talks about his father’s latest book and why the gospel is still Good News for the whole world.
Why I Believe in Angels and Demons (37:38)

There is a world beyond this world filled with spirits both good and evil. (Sermon)

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Ebook: Lord of Glory

The Bible contains many names of Christ. His names tell us who he is. His names tell us why he came. His names tell us how he can help us. His names tell us why we worship him. In this devotional series you'll learn of these varied and meaning behind the names, titles and descriptions of Christ.

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