Podcast 200:  The Faith of Noah

Podcast 200: The Faith of Noah

In the hall of faith of Hebrews 11 we see Abel standing out as our example of worship, giving to God what He desires and not what seems appropriate in our own eyes. Next, we move to the area of intimacy with God, walking with God, day by day, moment by moment, as illustrated by the life of Enoch.

Question: But what comes after worship and intimacy with the Lord?

Answer: Obedience.

And obedience is shown in the life of Noah.

Want to learn more about the faith of Noah and obedience to the Lord? Then keep listening.

The following is a study of Hebrews 11:7.

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Podcast 219:  Those Who Finish Well

Podcast 219: Those Who Finish Well

When we look at the list of faith giants in Hebrews 11, we find only one verse each for Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. In fact, when we see these three, what is listed about their life is not how they lived, but how they died.

For example:

By faith Jacob, when he was dying, blessed each of the sons of Joseph, and worshiped, leaning on the top of his staff. By faith Joseph, when he was dying, made mention of the departure of Israel, and gave instructions concerning his bones.

Did you ever wonder why the Lord chose these events in their lives to show their faith? Is there something more here that meets the eye? Keep listening.

The following is a study of Hebrews 11:20-22.

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Podcast 218:  Plugging the Hole in the Evangelism Bucket

Podcast 218: Plugging the Hole in the Evangelism Bucket

There is a huge difference between Biblical evangelism and the stuff we see portrayed today.

Consider the following statement from John Macarthur:

“We need to adjust our presentation of the gospel. We cannot dismiss the fact that God hates sin and punishes sinners with eternal torment. How can we begin a gospel presentation by telling people on their way to hell that God has a wonderful plan for their lives?”

Ouch. Have you ever been more concerned about not offending your lost friend than the fact they are on their way to Hell? And, if so, what did you do about it? What should we do about it?

Keep listening.

The following is a study on Biblical Evangelism.

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