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Part 18 - “Route 66” Book of Job In times of suffering, God reveals Himself to us not by answering our questions and accusations but by affirming His total control. We don’t have to understand all that goes on behind the scenes in the spiritual and moral realm of God’s plans for us. God calls us instead to trust and obey. Open this podcast in iTune…
 
Part 17 - “Route 66” Esther 4 Esther found herself in a place of influence, providentially placed to do what was right in a wrong-headed culture. Like Esther, we must realize that God has placed us where we are for such a time as this, and we must say and do what is right . . . even if we stand all alone. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne's W…
 
Part 16 - “Route 66” Nehemiah 10; 13 Israel’s great national return and repentance was short-lived. Once committed to changing, they failed to keep the change and backslid toward the sins that caused their original undoing. Learning from their mistakes, how can we cooperate with the Spirit of God and enjoy positive change without regression? Open t…
 
Part 15 - “Route 66” (A message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Ezra 1; 1 Timothy 2:1-8 The Book of Ezra reveals that the Lord, being sovereign over all kingdoms, moved the heart of unbelieving Cyrus to fulfill God’s will. God also stirred the hearts of His people to respond and return to the Promised Land. Today, we should pray to God on b…
 
Part 14 - “Route 66” (A series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 2 Chronicles 34 Josiah’s great reforms for Israel began when he heard, as if for the first time, the Word of God. Israel’s inevitable exile was temporarily delayed because of the repentance of Josiah and Israel under him. We must renew our devotion to the Word of …
 
Part 13 - “Route 66” (A series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 1 Chronicles 17 The books of Chronicles, written to God’s weary people returning from exile, present a reason for hope in the Lord. In spite of all the faults of the kings from David’s line (including David himself), God will not renege on His promises to David. W…
 
Part 12 - “Route 66” (A series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 2 Kings 5 The leper Naaman initially felt insulted that all he must do to be healed was dip in the Jordan River. God’s grace often comes off as offensive to unbelievers. Gehazi, on the other hand, felt shocked that his master Elisha took no money from Naaman for h…
 
Part 11 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 1 Kings 6, 9, 11 http://www.blogger.com/post-edit.g?blogID=6559961329458171864&postID=7515726099358635412 How could the wisest man in the world blow it so badly? Solomon told God he wanted wisdom to govern God’s people, and he received it. But he should have also …
 
Part 10 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 2 Samuel 11-12 The secret sins of lust and adultery cratered the man after God’s own heart and made his walk with God miserable. The entire book of 2 Samuel pivots on one fateful evening in King David’s life. Only in repentance did David discover restoration and j…
 
Part 9 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) 1 Samuel 13-15 King Saul experienced pressure to disobey God from extreme circumstances, from his own pride, and from people’s desires-- all of which he responded to poorly. We can learn a lesson, as we travel back with personal interviews with King Saul, how to re…
 
Part 8 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Ruth 1; 4 Bitterness blurs your vision, exaggerates your emotions, and takes a healthy, balanced perspective of life and twists it out of proportion. You can be riding along with a full tank, and bitterness will show you a gauge almost empty. How often do we beg an…
 
Part 7 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Judges 6:33-7:18 Gideon’s fearful heart prevented him from trusting the promise God gave about delivering Israel from the Midianites. So God uniquely worked to overcome Gideon’s deficiency and to bring him to a point of worship and faith. Only then could Gideon lea…
 
Part 6 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Joshua 24 After settling in the Promised Land, Joshua challenged the nation to renew their devotion to God and abandon their culture's and their ancestors' idols. He told them that everyone must “Choose today whom you will serve.” Seeing how God has faithfully work…
 
Part 5 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Deuteronomy 6:1-15 Holidays remind us to remember. And as we consider our relationship with God, Moses' message to the Hebrews remains true: When you prosper, remember that it’s all of God, and when you disobey, expect the Father to exact His perfect discipline bec…
 
Part 3 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Leviticus 16 The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) served as the most important day of the Hebrew calendar. This one day per year offered God’s children to regain and sustain fellowship with God—because of the death of a substitute. This practical picture points us to …
 
Part 1 - “Route 66” (a series with a message from each of the 66 books of the Bible) Genesis 3; 12:1-3; 15:1-6 Genesis demonstrates how God’s right to rule through man is challenged by the sin of man. So God, in His grace, chose to bless the whole of mankind through one man's descendants. The problem of sin is met with the promise of gracious redem…
 
“To Do: Fear God and Love People” -- Matthew 22:35-39; Ecclesiastes 12:13 -- The application of the greatest command in the Bible can release us from our dependence on people. Solomon concluded after a meaningless life of chasing idols: “The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: fear God and keep His commandments, because this applies to every p…
 
"Big Needs and a Little God" -- Matthew 6:9-13 -- We hear: "I need a vacation." "I need sex." "I need my husband to listen to me.” “I need a better job." Needs are sometimes greeds cloaked in good intentions, or at best, elevated godly desires. The Bible reveals our true needs for God and people are not often what we think. So what do you need? (c)…
 
Part 12 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 5:8-14 - The clear source of suffering is an enemy we can’t see and yet who’s on the prowl for those unprepared. So be prepared! Stand firm in your faith, knowing you’re not alone in the struggle, and the struggle is only a temporary state before an eternal glory. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Way…
 
Part 11 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 5:1-7 - To those in authority over others, the goal is humility. To those under the authority of others, the goal is also . . . humility. God honors humility, but humbles the proud. We can choose to receive God’s grace by resisting that natural impulse of pride. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne…
 
Part 10 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 4:12-19 - Peter argues that suffering is part of God’s plan for every believer; the variable remains how we will suffer. The best way to suffer is to rejoice in the knowledge that trials are normal, but temporary, and rejoicing at what’s eternal will cause extraordinary rejoicing in eternity. The best…
 
Part 9 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 4:7-11 - What if the end was near? I mean, really. What should each person focus on? This passage reveals the answer: prayer, love, hospitality, and service. All these he should do for one main reason: “the end of all things is at hand.” Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne's Web site (c) 2008 Wayne…
 
Part 8 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 4:1-6 - As those who know the futility of a life of sensuality, lusts, drunkenness, carousals, and drinking parties, we should arm ourselves with the fact that those things caused the death of Jesus Christ. That knowledge should spur us to live the rest of our days for the wonderful will of God and no …
 
Part 7 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 3:13-22 - If Christ is set apart as absolute Lord of our hearts, then we should be ready at any moment to give a reason for the hope of heaven. And once that reason is given, our good conscience and behavior—regardless of our suffering—should match the message we share. Christ exemplified this behavior…
 
Part 6 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 3:7-12 - Peace in the home stems from excellent behavior in the home. A practical command is given to every husband: know and honor your wife. Then an integral command is given to both spouses: return insults with a blessing—not retaliation. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne's Web site (c) 2008 W…
 
Part 5 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 3:1-6 - Just as all believers are to submit to proper authority—even when it’s unjust—so that principle extends to the home. Peter offers practical advice to wives of unbelieving husbands, as to how excellent behavior can also be a tool through which God works on a husband’s heart. Peter also gives com…
 
Part 4 – “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 2:11-25 - Though citizens of a nation, in truth we are aliens and strangers in the world. And while living in the world, our behavior should reflect obedience to both governmental and vocational authority. This excellent behavior-- even when treated unjustly-- silences the unbelievers and pleases Chris…
 
Part 3 - “Faith in Times Like These” - 1 Peter 1:22-2:10 - Once the attitude of holiness has begun in an individual’s heart, he or she should display that holiness in selfless love for God’s people and in an unflagging desire for God Word. Only through Scripture will anyone grow in respect to salvation, and only through love displayed will that sal…
 
Part 4 - “Good and Angry” - Psalm 13 - Anger often stems from unmet “needs,” such as a desire for respect, admiration, or affirmation. There must be a balance between legitimate needs and codependency. One major way we attempt to have these needs met is by trying to control others. The Bible gives the better alternative—freedom in choices and freed…
 
Part 3 - “Good and Angry” Selected Scripture Anger often stems from unmet “needs,” such as a desire for respect, admiration, or affirmation. There must be a balance between legitimate needs and codependency. One major way we attempt to have these needs met is by trying to control others. The Bible gives the better alternative—freedom in choices and…
 
Part 2 - “Good and Angry” Selected Scripture Anger often stems from unmet “needs,” such as a desire for respect, admiration, or affirmation. There must be a balance between legitimate needs and codependency. One major way we attempt to have these needs met is by trying to control others. The Bible gives the better alternative—freedom in choices and…
 
Part 1 - “Good and Angry” Ephesians 4:25-32 Anger is more than losing your temper; it surfaces and is dealt with in many ways—most often, inappropriately! The Bible reveals the purpose for anger and the choices we have regarding its management—both for ourselves and toward others. (Wayne recommends The Anger Workbook by Les Carter, an essential res…
 
Part 8 - (Commitment) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 8:3-14 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed …
 
Part 7 - (Intimacy) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 7:1-8:4 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed b…
 
Part 6 - (Reconciliation) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 5:8-6:13 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and bl…
 
Part 5 - (Conflict) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 5:2-8 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed by …
 
Part 4 - (Consummation) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 3:6-5:1 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and bless…
 
Part 3 - (Courtship) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 2:8-3:5 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed …
 
Part 2 - (Purity) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 1:12-2:7 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed by…
 
Part 1 - (Attraction) “Love: The Greatest of Songs” - Song of Solomon 1:1-11 - In this intimate book, The Song of Solomon, we get to stare wide-eyed at love as God intended it to be. From its beginning in what makes one attractive to the struggle with that attraction in sexuality as a single. From the passion of physical intimacy given and blessed …
 
Luke 7:36-50 -- God’s grace is favor we didn't earn. The more we realize our sin, the more we appreciate God's grace. In truth, God's grace was bigger than you thought. When Jesus Christ died on the cross April 3, AD 33 He took all of your sins upon Himself-- all-- not most, not just the ones you confess, not just the ones that are socially accepta…
 
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