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Getting the Gospel Right: Why Galatians Matters (32:28)
You need to know Galatians because you need to get the gospel right!
Give What You’ve Got (49:10)
Here are four ways you can change your world.
God Always Keeps His Promises (56:23)
Mark Pritchard preached this sermon on November 4 in Dalian, China with translation into Mandarin by Peter Wang.
God and Our Grandchildren (44:08)
God intends to bless your grandchildren through you!
God Doesn’t Play Favorites (29:33)
We all go to the heaven the same way--by the grace and mercy of God.
God Finishes What He Starts (44:21)
Message given at the Dallas Seminary Conference at Mt. Hermon, August 1, 2014.
God Has A Bigger Plan (47:52)
God’s purposes span the centuries. He does not confine himself to our timetable or limit himself to our puny understanding of what he intends to do.
God Is Not Finished Yet (29:33)

Dr. Ray Pritchard preached this message recently at Elmhurst (IL) Christian Reformed Church. This message encourages us to believe God for great things based on the little word “yet.” (Sermon)

God’s Freedom (44:03)
Our basic problem is that we have allowed God to be everywhere but on his throne. No wonder we are unhappy and frustrated and unfulfilled. Let God be God and all will be well.
God’s Graffiti (42:06)
It’s time for all of us to wake up and listen to God.
God’s Guarantee (39:39)
The Holy Spirit is the “first installment” of our salvation. He is God’s “deposit” in our lives, guaranteeing that God will one day finish what he has started.
God’s Mountain Man (42:27)
It’s time to pray, “Lord do things I’m not used to.”
God’s Simple Plan of Salvation (39:58)
God made salvation simple so that anyone could be saved anytime, anywhere.
God’s Word Has Not Failed (38:47)
In the end we will discover that though we failed the Lord a thousand times, he never failed us, not even once.
God’s Altar Call (49:01)
The only reasonable thing to do is to offer your body to God.
Godly Fanaticism (39:43)
How would you feel if someone called you a fanatic?
Going All In (36:17)
Sooner or later, we all have to commit ourselves regarding the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Being a Christian means going “all in” that Jesus really did rise from the dead.
Good News for the Next 100 Years (33:35)
Dr. Ray Pritchard preached this message at the 100th anniversary service of the Chinese Bible Church of Oak Park, IL. The podcast includes a simultaneous Cantonese translation by Mr. C. W. Chan.
Good News for Unfinished People (35:43)
When God is finally finished, you will be like Jesus.
Grace in a Strange Place (40:38)
If God could save Rahab, he can save anyone! Your sin can’t cancel God’s grace.
Grumblers Anonymous (43:52)
We grumble because we overestimate our own importance and we underestimate the grace of God.
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (38:21)
Jesus will save prostitutes, and he’ll even save church people!
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.”

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