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 Mary´s treasure by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Mary
Scripture(s): Luke 1:26-45  
Description: Mary was very young when Gabriel appeared to her and told her that she would give birth to the Messiah. This was a great experience for Mary and she wanted to share it with her friend, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was upright and served the Lord faithfully. Although Elizabeth was much older than Mary they could share deep spiritual things with one another. In spiritual matters, age does not matter; only one's spiritual state is important. It is a blessing when one's friend walks with God. Then people are united because of the things of God and can bear one another's burdens. However, be careful not to unite with others in evil, like Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5). Although Mary was only a teenager, she delighted herself in the things of God. She was full of joy because God has finally sent the promised Messiah Who would bruise the serpent's head and bring forgiveness and true liberty. She hid God's words in her heart. The world and the things of the world lost its value, because heaven filled her heart.
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 Mormonism: An Antichristian System Which Blasphemes Christ by Stephen Hamilton

Topic: Mormonism
Scripture(s): Luke 1:35  
Description: nil
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 The First Word of the Gospel by J. Edwin Orr

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Matthew 4:17, Mark 1:15, Luke 15:10  
Description: Dr. Orr discusses the modern corruption of the word 'repent,' what the Scriptural meaning is, and discusses the Greek word that was translated into 'repent.' The main push of the message is that the gospel always begins and continues with repentance, and that the gospel preached without it is not the true gospel at all. "Now, would it not be a master stroke of the enemy of the Christian faith to take the very first word of the gospel and change its meaning...well that's exactly what's been done."
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 The Sheep, Silver and Sons by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Parables
Scripture(s): Luke 15:1-32, John 20:30, John 21:15  
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 Joy in Heaven by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Luke 15:1-10  
Description: We read here that Jesus was in a certain place and the Pharisees criticized Him because He "receives sinners and eats with them". Jesus spent time with the tax collectors and sinners, and was criticized severely by the scribes and pharisees. What type of people were the tax collector? The tax collectors in Jesus’ day collected the tax for the government of the day, the Roman government. Nobody liked them. When they taxed people, they would add to the cost for their own pocket. They were thieves, charging more than the government required. And even today there are such people in the world who require bribes for their work. These tax collectors were therefore despised. And Jesus was sitting with them and ate with them! We must be careful interpreting this lest we think that Jesus loves a person that is corrupt and steals from others. And the sinners with whom Jesus ate would include those who divorce, adulterers, drunkards, blasphemers of God, very evil people.
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 Abraham and Lot by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Worldliness
Scripture(s): Luke 17:32, Genesis 6:5  
Description: The Scripture focus of this message is Luke 17:32, with references to Genesis 6:5, and others referring to Abraham and Lot (Gen: 13:12, 18:17 and multiple references out of chapter 19). There is a warning in this message related to the modern church, in that we have access to all that we need today to live in God's will, just as did Lot, his wife, and daughters, who willfully turned away, though they were closely related to Abraham. Brother Len quotes Romans 1 from Phillip's translation. Classic Ravenhill: "I'm angry with Lot. Wait 'til I see him. I'll tell him off, I'll tell you that."
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 The Last Days of the Wicked and the Righteous by Carter Conlon

Topic: Last Days
Scripture(s): Luke 17:20-37  
Description: January 21, 2007 - There is a season coming when everything that is not Christ's will be washed away. Society will not be aware of these times. These are days when the gospel that speaks of the Cross and living righteously for God will be ignored. There will be many who have walked with Jesus and they will fall away from truth. In this generation there has to be a cry in our hearts that says, "Jesus give me the courage not to go back to what I left behind." There is an anointing that will be released in those that have this cry and God will be glorified in and through their lives.
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 Remember Lot's Wife by Walid Bitar

Topic: Worldliness
Scripture(s): Luke 17:32  
Description: Walid Bitar gives a very powerful message towards us as Christians living as Christians without worldliness. He states that much of the professing Church are living like the heathens in the world. There is a need for us to put away this corruption and live like the new man in these last days!
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 Remember Lot's Wife by Walid Bitar by SermonIndex.net Classics Podcast

Topic: Podcast
Scripture(s): Luke 17:32  
Description: Walid Bitar gives a very powerful message towards us as Christians living as Christians without worldliness. He states that much of the professing Church are living like the heathens in the world. There is a need for us to put away this corruption and live like the new man in these last days!
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 Do Not Sell The Gospel by John Piper

Topic: Prosperity Preaching
Scripture(s): Luke 17:26-33, Luke 18:9-14  
Description: Paul renounced the pursuit of money as the goal of ministry and so received fewer physical pleasures. And he renounced the pursuit of morality as the way to be justified and so he received more physical persecution. He preached Christ and let the chips fall where they would, whether he received money or beatings. We, too, should not be in the ministry in order to make money or avoid trouble. Regardless of the consequence, let us preach Jesus as the only satisfying treasure and the only sufficient obedience.
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 Lend Me Your Life by Alan Redpath

Topic: Prayer Life
Scripture(s): Luke 11:1-13  
Description: “Lord, teach us to pray” is the cry of Jesus’ disciples then, and of so many of us today. In his usual manner, Alan Redpath sheds the light of spiritual insight upon this teaching and parable of Jesus from an angle that we might not have ever considered before. So listen and “Lend Him your life.”
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 When Prayer Touches Glory by Carter Conlon

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Luke 11:1-13  
Description: There is a real spiritual battle when a Christian tries to pray. Even the disciples asked Jesus to teach them how to pray. As they listened to the Lord pray to his Father, something stirred them about how Jesus prayed, the intimacy Jesus had with the Father was apparent to them as they listened to his prayer, prompting them to ask him to teach them to pray. Praying the scriptures adds power to prayer. This is a wonderful instruction on how to pray, for anyone who's become discouraged with their prayer life, this is a must hear.
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 (Luke) 31 - The Lord's Prayer by Ed Miller

Topic: Lord's Prayer
Scripture(s): Luke 11:1-4, Matthew 6:9-13  
Description: The key point of the Lord's Prayer is relationship, and Ed draws out how the various relationships are underscored, such as Father-child, holy God-sinner, King-subject, and so on. As the model prayer progresses, God gets bigger and bigger and man gets smaller and smaller. In prayer we pour out our hearts before the Lord, expressing our longings to see Him and to depend upon Him for everything.
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 (Luke) 32 - Prayer-Father & Friend by Ed Miller

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Luke 11:1-13  
Description: The parable of the friend at midnight and the father on prayer are not comparisons but contrasts. God is not a sleepy, old grouch but an infinitely better Friend who never says, "Don't bother Me." The message of these parables isn't persevering in prayer but rather having a boldness, confidence and assurance to pour out your heart to your Friend and Father any time day or night!
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 (Easter Convention 2008) Prayer in the New Testament - Part 2 by Gerhard Du Toit

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:1-16, Matthew 6:5-15, Luke 11:1-13  
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 (Easter Convention 2008) Prayer in the New Testament - Part 1 by Gerhard Du Toit

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:1-16, Matthew 6:5-15, Luke 11:1-13  
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 Having An Effective Quiet Time by E.A. Johnston

Topic: Quiet Time
Scripture(s): Luke 11:1  
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 105. What do we pray for in the fifth petition? by Westminster Shorter Catechism

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Psalm 51:1, Luke 11:4  
Description: nil
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 (South West Baptist Church 2008) Task Oriented Prayer by Gerhard Du Toit

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Luke 11:5-13  
Description: nil
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 Abraham, my Friend: 01 Introduction by Ron Bailey

Topic: Abraham
Scripture(s): Isaiah 41:8, John 15:15, Luke 11:5  
Description: nil
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