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 Let God Be In You by Major Ian Thomas

Topic: Christ In Us
Scripture(s): Galatians 4, Luke 1:30  
Description: In the “fullness of time” God acts. God knows everything about each one of us. In this lesson we learn how we should deal with this and how to know we are “letting” God be in us.
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 The Power Of His Resurrection by Major Ian Thomas

Topic: Resurrection
Scripture(s): Luke 1:30   
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 (Sabbath Miracles) 02 - Unclean Spirit by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Mark 1:21-31, Luke 4:31-39  
Description: Jesus' casting out the unclean spirit shows what a "Sabbath surrender" is all about. "Anything that is not the fullness of the Holy Spirit," says brother Ed, "can be included under unclean spirit, and we need to be delivered." The healing of fever has a message for us about rest and service. Christian service is designed by God in Sabbath truth to be spontaneous, from natural weakness to supernatural strength, and a byproduct of union with Him.
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 Breaking New Ground: Capernaum and Beyond by Clayton Dougan

Topic: Venture Of Faith
Scripture(s): Luke 4:31-44  
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 (Luke) 16 - Ch4-14 to 9-6 Overview by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 4:38-39  
Description: Ed Miller gives an overview of the Lord's ministry, especially noting how He had authority over demons, disease and death. The miracles themselves are instructive to spiritual realities. In the healing of the fever of Peter's mother-in-law, the secret of Christian ministry is shown by the Lord touching you in your weakness and giving you supernatural strength to serve.
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 (Sabbath Miracles) 04 - Withered Hand Blind by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 6:6-11, John 9  
Description: The withered hand is hand shriveled, cut off, unusable and paralyzed; that is how we are trying to obey God's commandments in our power. We need a perpetual miracle as we look into Jesus' face and He works a mighty miracle by the power of God for every obedience. The man born blind shows that Sabbath vision is when you see Jesus bigger and bigger and fellowship with Him outside the camp.
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 (Luke) 37 - Kingdom Of God-Chap13 by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 13:10-21  
Description: "The Lord can undo in a moment of time," Ed points out from the miracle of the bent over woman, "years of bondage." The real message is not to try to be upright by works but to let the Lord touch you. The next two parables (the mustard seed & the leaven) illustrate how the kingdom of God works. Though leaven is often a picture of sin and corruption, in its context here is a symbol of the Holy Spirit that keeps on working through the whole "lump of dough" until it's completely transformed.
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 (Wonderful 50 Days) 03 - The Emmaus Road by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 24  
Description: Jesus appearance on the Emmaus Road positioned Himself as both Revealer and Theme. After our hearts burn in the Scriptures, it is an invitation to fellowship with Christ (e.g., breaking of bread a symbol of communion with God). His disappearance leads us to seek fellowship with the believers, where He opens the Scriptures once again. The good news is that even though the "shine wears off", you're not the same!
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 (Wonderful 50 Days) 05 - Peter At Gallilee by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): John 21:1-23, Luke 24:50  
Description: In this fourth detailed appearance of the Lord Jesus to Peter at the Sea of Galilee, He comes to do a work in us first before we can do a work in others (i.e., evangelism). At the charcoal fire (a reminder of Peter's betrayal), the Lord teaches us we can dine with Him no matter how messed up our past has been. In the fifth detailed appearance Luke pointed out Christ's hands outstretched as the high priest giving the benediction; right now His hands are in blessing toward you.
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 Luke 2:25-32 by Todd Atkinson

Topic: Advent
Scripture(s): Luke 2:25-32  
Description: nil
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 (Luke) 18 - Chap5Cont- Man With Palsy by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 5:17-24  
Description: All of the miracles are really parables, a physical illustration of the spiritual side in the Christian life. Brother Ed shows that when we feel paralyzed and helpless as Christian, it just means we haven't entered into our forgiveness. "The more we enter into our forgiveness," he says, "the freer we become." Many other truths are drawn from this account, such as an expose of the Pharisees, obstacles of coming to Jesus, and evangelism.
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 A WORTHWHILE GOAL IN LIFE by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Luke 7:27  
Description: God lives and works today! Are you unhappy because you sense that your life doesn’t have the right goal? In His great love for you, God wants to show you a goal today that will give your life a deep and wonderful meaning. Listen to the following message!
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 A WORTHWHILE GOAL IN LIFE by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Luke 7:27  
Description: Are you unhappy because your life doesn’t have the right goal? In His great love for you, God wants to show you a goal that will give your life a deep and wonderful meaning.
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 (Luke) 27 - Sending Out Of The Twelve by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 9:1-17  
Description: Jesus sends the twelve forth on a 'graduate course' in ministry that lasted six months to a year. To defuse the 'look what we did' mentality, Christ sets up the feeding of five thousand to drive the message home that they didn't do it, but it was Him doing it through them. The twelve baskets of crumbs gathered up teach us that Jesus is more than enough for what we will ever face!
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 (Luke) 30 - Missions-Luke10 by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Luke 10  
Description: One of the greatest chapters on missions, Luke 10 teaches us not to rejoice in what we do but in Who we know. The point of the parable of the Good Samaritan is not, "Help your neighbor," but one of character: who are you? Mary becomes the example of the gospel by sitting at Jesus' feet as a receiver. To Martha, Jesus was the honored guest; to Mary, He was the host.
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 Clean But Empty by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Backsliding
Scripture(s): Luke 11:24-28  
Description: It is said that of those that make a decision for Christ, over 90% backslide. It is shocking. Billy Graham once said that in the beginning people came with tears because of their sins, but lately they come with smiles. There’s no true repentance. An evil spirit doesn’t find rest in the wilderness and then he decides to go back to the one he has left and see how it goes. Then he finds the house put in order and neat and he goes and finds seven others which he met in the wilderness, worse than himself, and they go and inhabit that person. It’s a dangerous thing to say you’ve made a decision for Christ but you don’t go all the way but only do it half-heartedly. The devil doesn’t like it in the wilderness. He wants to stay in a nice place, even in those made in God’s image.
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 You Ought Not To Have Left These Things Undone by Dan Biser

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Luke 11:42, Hebrews 2:1  
Description: On the heels of writing and sharing, 'When Evil Comes in Like a Flood' which addressed the rise of evil in our nation, and the response needed by the church, this word comes forth. It will be revealed in eternity of how many times God warned us, gave us wake up calls, for what was coming, but we missed the warning signals. I believe our nation, and particularly the church is at this cross road now. God has sent alarming signs to us to show us the path we are on and what is coming. And unless a proper response is done by the church, we will go down in the history books as, 'having eyes to see, but could not see; having ears to hear, but could not hear'. Brethren I beseech you take notice of these words and let us respond now, while there is still time, before the 'night cometh when no man can work'.
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 Casting All Your Care upon Him by Hans R. Waldvogel

Topic: Cares
Scripture(s): 1 Peter 5:7, Luke 12:7  
Description: Hans Waldvogel speaks of how God cares for believers and even in the small things such as our very hairs on our head. Our Heavenly Father gives such care and attention to our life as we submit to his Lordship. We can give all parts of our being and life to him and we dishonour him when we do not submit to Him. God is to be the absolute ruler and king of our body, spirit and soul. Through the tests and trials in life allows us to continually choice to keep and trust our Lord with all our cares.
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 59 Principle 55- Witnessing and Missions Work By Faith by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Philippians 1:29, Philippians 2:17-18, Luke 12:22  
Description: Witnessing in North Korea is generally very secretive. Christians in North Korea do not pursue the open sharing of the Gospel as it leads to immediate incarceration, beatings, torture and possible martyrdom. There are two added factors that cause Christians to act in secrecy. They do not mind to lose their own lives but if they are discovered in their faith they will give a death sentence to three generations of their families—their fathers and mothers, their grandparents, their uncles and aunts and their children.
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 Thank You Lord by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Thankfulness
Scripture(s): Luke 17:11-19, Romans 1:18- 21  
Description: An ungrateful heart can lead us to away from God. So many times we look to Jesus for help and He comes through. But we should give the Lord thanks for what He has done in our lives. Luke 17:11-19; Romans 1:18- 21; Psalm 100:4
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