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"The subject of our policy on the North-West frontier of India is one of great importance, as affecting the general welfare of our Eastern Empire, and is specially interesting at the present time, when military operations on a considerable scale are being conducted against a combination of the independent tribes along the frontier. It must be understood that the present condition of affairs is no mere sudden outbreak on the part of our turbulent neighbours. Its causes lie far deeper, and are ...
 
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It’s easy to see the degradation of the church in the world today. In many cases, it’s lost its power and influence over culture. Instead, it’s changing more and more to be like the world, allowing sin and tolerating immorality. Today, Pastor John will explain that many churches have abandoned the word of God. And without the bible, you can’t know …
 
A common failing that can plague a church is the idea that you can behave and live any way you want, as long as you have a saving faith and believe in Christ. This idea crept into the early church and still is here today. But Pastor John will challenge you today to live a holy life. Live according to what you believe in about God and Jesus Christ. …
 
Likely you’ve heard before that as an individual believer and corporately as a church, you’re to be in the world and shine Jesus’s light to the world. You can’t simply pull away and hide! But, as Pastor John will warn you today, be careful that as you are shining your light to the world, the world doesn’t creep in and subtly overtake you or your ch…
 
When you think of being rich, what comes to your mind? Lavish living, decadent indulgences, and exotic travel often come to mind for many. Today, Pastor John describes a different kind of rich the world simply can’t understand. When believers in Christ in the early church refused to deny Jesus, they often lost everything. But Jesus still called the…
 
Imagine facing hungry lions and other unimaginable horrors just for having faith in Christ. Early Christians were heavily persecuted. Today, Pastor John will explain the great persecution and trials the church in Smyrna was experiencing and the encouragement that Jesus gave them through the apostle John. Jesus sees and understands your suffering! H…
 
When you first believed and were saved by grace through faith in Jesus – you were likely excited, on fire for Christ, eager to know Him and pursue Him. Yet, over time, that fire has perhaps waned a bit as you go along in your life of faith. Today, Pastor John warns against the subtle drifting away from God that can happen to believers in Christ. No…
 
It can be tempting today to look at the state of the world and begin to despair. You may feel like this is the worst our world has ever been. But, there’s been darkness and brokenness in every generation. In the days of the early church, the city of Ephesus was a dark and evil place. But, as pastor John teaches today, the church there was a light i…
 
It’s natural to wonder what is to come, in the short term but also at the end of time. Especially as a believer in Christ, you should feel curious about how everything will end and what it will look like when it does. Today, Pastor John will explain how the book of Revelation describes the end. Jesus will one day return to earth, make all things ri…
 
Generally, people tend to avoid the book of Revelation in the bible. Some claim it’s too controversial; some say it’s too cryptic and hides truth. But, as pastor John teaches today, the word revelation means unveiling or apocalypse. God has given His people the book of Revelation, not to confuse or confound them but to reveal Himself and His future…
 
There’s so much to know about the Bible. So much that you won’t even learn in a lifetime, even if you spent every moment in the Word. But every time, EVERY TIME you open Scripture, you are feeding your soul. Pastor John tells you today about the rich wisdom found in the Bible. He’ll share the joy this book brings and the personal application you ca…
 
Do you think the only person who can teach the Bible is a Pastor? Well, today, Pastor John is going to tell you otherwise! As believers in Christ, we are charged with sharing the Gospel message. We’re to bring people to Jesus, and then we’re supposed to help them grow in faith! And how can we do that? By teaching what’s in the Bible! Pastor John wi…
 
The Bible is important to everyone in the church. It needs to be studied by the congregation. It needs to be discussed with each other and shared with people outside the church’s four walls. And maybe most importantly, it needs to be taught by the Pastor. Today Pastor John will share what a vital role this book plays in every church body! It begins…
 
If you were asked that question, “what is the one thing most needed in the church today”, what would you say? Would you agree with Pastor John that the Bible is the thing needed the most in the church? He makes a good point today as we study through this series on Revival Radio. The church must be founded on the words of Scripture! If we’re creatin…
 
The Spirit of God takes the Word of God and transforms the child of God into the image of Jesus Christ, who is the Son of God. In today's message, Pastor John will unravel one of the greatest mysteries of the faith! How do you become more like Jesus Christ? Is it through trying harder? Is it through strict schedules of devotional times? Is it gathe…
 
If you want to know someone, the best source for understanding them is that person! You listen to their words and watch what they do. And if you want to know God, you go to scripture. Scripture is what God says about Himself. In today's message, Pastor John will remind you that God the Holy Spirit is working through scripture to reveal all of this …
 
What are you hoping for today? You might be hoping your son or daughter calls you just to say hello. You might be hoping for a promotion or a positive pregnancy test. You might be hoping that special someone will notice you and finally ask you out to coffee. Whatever it is you're hoping for, Pastor John is going to show you today that there is an e…
 
Jesus is so great, so infinitely above all we can imagine, that it took all of scripture to show us who He is. And we still have only the slightest picture of all his greatness. In today's message, Pastor John will explore the many facets of Jesus Christ, revealed by the Spirit through the word of God. If you want to know God, Jesus is the avenue t…
 
In today's message, Pastor John is diving into who God is and how he reveals himself to us. When you consider who God is and what God does, do you go to the authority of scripture? Or do you re-make God into your image? It's tempting to make God what we want him to be, but the final word must always come from The Word. As you listen to today's mess…
 
The most important quest in every human life is the quest to find God. As Pastor John will show us in today's message, people try all manner of things on their way to finding God, but none of them will ever work. You can't find God through human effort. The only way to find God is to look where He has revealed himself—in the Bible! The Bible is God…
 
Following the death of Stephen, the early church experienced persecution, as they had never seen before. This persecution caused them to scatter, taking the Gospel message with them. Today, Pastor John will remind you that persecution should never stomp out your message of hope - it should fan the flame of desire to share Jesus with the world! Just…
 
Today we look at a lesson from Israel’s history. God miraculously delivered the children of Israel from bondage in Egypt. They were led by a cloud, baptized in the Red Sea, and fed with manna. Yet speaking of the children of Israel Paul said, “But with most of them God was not well pleased…” Out of the three million Jews who left Egypt only two peo…
 
In chapter 10 Paul says, "Therefore let him who thinks he stands take heed lest he fall." When exercising Christian liberty, we should ask ourselves these questions: Will it stumble someone else? Will it hinder my ministry? Will it be detrimental to my own soul? In today’s study Paul gives a warning, using the nation of Israel as an example. The fa…
 
Paul had been exhorting the believers in Corinth to forfeit their liberty in consideration of others. He regarded ministry as a great privilege and a responsibility. Real Christian love is sacrificial and focused on others. Paul’s greatest desire was to win people to Christ, and therefore he became relatable to both the Jew and the Gentile. Paul sa…
 
In chapter 8 Paul said, "Therefore, if food makes my brother stumble, I will never again eat meat, lest I make my brother stumble." Paul had been exhorting the believers in Corinth to forfeit their liberty in consideration of others. He continues with more on Christian liberty in chapter 9, using personal examples from his own life. Paul had given …
 
The Corinthian Christians wanted to know if it was ok to eat meat that had been offered to idols. Many believers were so steeped in Jewish tradition that they found it difficult to believe that there was nothing wrong with this practice. And if they were to eat meat offered to idols it would’ve violated their conscience. Paul recognized he could ea…
 
Is it ok to eat meat that’s been offered to idols? The Corinthian Christians wanted a yes or no answer. At this time, most of the meat sold at the market had first been offered to idols. Some Christians maintained that this didn’t bother them and that they were free to eat meat. But, others were worried. Paul told them, "But food does not commend u…
 
Obeying God’s simple instruction to both children and parents can bring harmony within the home and glory to God. The Bible tells us that a child’s obedience to parents pleases the Lord and brings blessing to their life. God is balanced in His commands though, as He tells parents to “not provoke their children to wrath.” Paul warns fathers against …
 
How can we bring glory to the Lord within our homes? In chapter 3 of Colossians Paul gives instruction to wives, husbands, children and parents. This section of scripture is commonly known as the household code. These verses define God’s order for the home. Today we specifically look at verses 20 & 21 which say, "Children, obey your parents in all …
 
We’ve been studying Colossians chapter 3, where Paul begins a series of exhortations known as the household code. Here he offers instruction to wives, husbands, children, parents, slaves & masters. His appeal to wives to submit to their husbands is immediately followed by a command for husbands to love their wives. Colossians 3:19 says, "Husbands, …
 
In Colossians chapter 3, Paul begins a series of exhortations known as the household code. Here he offers instruction to wives, husbands, children, parents, slaves & masters. His appeal to wives to submit to their husbands is immediately followed by a command for husbands to love their wives. We’ve been learning that Christ brings a new presence in…
 
In our text today, Paul begins a series of exhortations known as the household code. Here he starts to give instruction to wives, husbands, children, parents, slaves & masters. Jesus said this about marriage: "Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning 'made them male and female,' "and said, 'For this reason a man shall leave his fath…
 
Throughout this study we’ve been learning about a faith that works – about being doers of the Word and not hearers only. Today, Pastor John reviews what we’ve studied with a series of questions that we should ask ourselves. Questions such as: Do I humbly submit to God’s will in my life? Am I prayerful while I wait for the Lord’s return? Do I seek t…
 
Throughout this study we’ve been learning about a faith that works – about being doers of the Word and not hearers only. Today, Pastor John reviews what we’ve studied with a series of questions that we should ask ourselves. Questions such as: How do I respond to trials or testing? Am I able to tame my tongue? Our answers will reveal if we are matur…
 
Life is full of difficulties. Yet, whatever we are going through, the Bibles exhorts us to pray about everything. In chapter five, James tells us that if we are suffering, we should pray. And, if we are sick, we should call for the elders of the church to come and pray. He goes on to say, "Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one an…
 
The Bible says, "Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up." The apostle Paul wrote, “pray without ceasing,” And, in our current study we see that James was a man of prayer. In chapter four, he said, “Yet you do not have because you do not ask.” And, now in chapter five we read, “Is anyone amo…
 
James says, “Therefore be patient, brethren, until the coming of the Lord.” This word speaks of a patient endurance. James encourages us to not grumble against one another while we are waiting. We should be thankful for all God has done for us. We should be focused and looking for His return. James gives us three examples to help us better understa…
 
James says, “Therefore be patient, brethren, until the coming of the Lord.” This word speaks of a patient endurance. Webster’s dictionary says that endurance is “the fact or power of enduring an unpleasant or difficult process or situation without giving way.” So what exactly is James implying in this text? Thankfully, he gives us three examples to…
 
James warned the rich for hoarding their wealth. They had an abundance but did not help others. As Christians, we must realize that everything we have belongs to God. James also indicts the rich for fraud and self-indulgence. He says, "Hear the cries of the field workers whom you have cheated of their pay. The wages you held back cry out against yo…
 
Scripture says, "But the LORD said to Samuel, "Do not look at his appearance or at his physical stature, because I have refused him. For the LORD does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart."" We know that we can’t buy happiness or contentment with money. In our study today, James is indicting …
 
In chapter four, James tells us to stop speaking evil of one another. When we slander or bear false witness against our brother, we are in essence saying that the law doesn’t apply to me. James says, “God alone, who gave the law, is the Judge.” Today we consider subtle sins that we sometimes attempt to justify. Life can be difficult and is uncertai…
 
Scripture tells us, "For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: "Love your neighbor as yourself." This is the law of love. James says that if we speak evil against our brother or sister, we are criticizing God’s law. Today we take a look at subtle sins that we justify by a standard that is different from God’s. The ninth commandme…
 
In chapter four, James helps us to examine the motives of the heart. We’ve been learning that we need daily sustaining grace from God. Paul said, “But where sin abounded, grace abounded much more.” In our study today, we will hear more about God’s incredible grace. James tell us, “Submit to God. Resist the devil. Draw near to God. Humble yourselves…
 
We turn the pages of scripture to chapter 4 today. Here James says, "Where do wars and fights come from among you? Do they not come from your desires for pleasure that war in your members?" Speaking to believers, James explains the causes of conflict among them. He goes on to say, “You fight and war. Yet you do not have because you do not ask.” It …
 
Describing worldly wisdom James says, “For where envy and self-seeking exist, confusion and every evil thing are there." The wisdom from God is not based upon man’s mere intellectual ability. The Bible says, "But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality …
 
What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom? And how can a man be wise? In our study today we glean the answers to these questions from James’ epistle. We remember that James wrote this letter to instruct the believers in practical Christian living. A true wise man will demonstrate knowledge and wisdom in the way he lives. Solomon wrote, "R…
 
Even though our tongue is a so very small, it holds the power to yield great influence. James tells us, "But no man can tame the tongue. It is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison." Although James says that no man can tame the tongue, we know that God is able to help us. As we will grow in grace and love towards others, we should be those who bles…
 
Words can be so hurtful and destructive. James tells us, "Out of the same mouth proceed blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not to be so." What is said can never be unsaid or taken back. Our words actually reveal what is already in our hearts. The Bible says, “For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.” Today we consi…
 
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