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 Matthew 27:15 by Worth Ellis

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:15  
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 Understanding Our Salvation by Harold Erickson

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Scripture(s): Matthew 9:9  
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 Conference Devotional 1983 by Jim Flanigan

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:57  
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 As Secure as You Know How by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:65  
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 Attaining Immortality by Robert B. Thompson

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 15:12-26, 1 Samuel 28:11, Matthew 27:52  
Description: Dr. Thompson presents a very thorough, fascinating case for focusing our hope on the resurrection of the body instead of the ascension (rapture). He discusses why it is so important that we are raised from the dead, and how focusing on ‘gaining entrance heaven’ is actually counterproductive, since it bypasses the very heart of God and His grand plan. (1 hr 8 min 25 sec)
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 Ezra #1: Introduction To The Book Of Ezra by Ed Miller

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Ezra 9:8, Matthew 12:10  
Description: The greatest summary of revival in the whole Bible is found in the three revivals portrayed in the book of Ezra. Ed Miller opens the series by warning against failing to rest in the Lord and teaching the prevailing theme of wholeness and restoration that is pertinent to every believer in Christ.
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 Sweet Comfort for Feeble Saints by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Matthew 12:20  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON SABBATH MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1855, BY THE REV. C. H. SPURGEON, AT NEW PARK STREET CHAPEL, SOUTHWARK. “A bruised reed shall he not break, and smoking flax shall he not quench, till he send forth judgement unto victory.”-Matthew 12:20. BABBLING fame ever loves to talk of one man or another. Some there be whose glory it trumpets forth, and whose honor it extols above the heavens. Some are her favorites, and their names are carved on marble, and heard in every land, and every clime. Fame is not an impartial judge; she has her favorites. Some men she extols, exalts, and almost deifies; others, whose virtues are far greater, and whose characters are more deserving of commendation, she passes by unheeded, and puts the finger of silence on her lips. You will generally find that those persons beloved by fame are men made of brass or iron, and cast in a rough mould. Fame caresseth Ceasar, because he ruled the earth with a rod of iron. Fame loves Luther, because he boldly and manfully defied the Pope of Rome, and with knit brow dared laugh at the thunders of the Vatican. Fame admires Knox; for he was stern, and proved himself the bravest of the brave. Generally, you will find her choosing out the men of fire and mettle, who stood before their fellow-creatures fearless of them, men who were made of courage; who were consolidated lumps of fearlessness, and never knew what timidity might be.
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 (Luke) 41 - Relationship-Chap16 by Ed Miller

Topic: Relationships
Scripture(s): Luke 15:3-7, Matthew 18:12-15, Luke 16  
Description: Luke 16 is one of the most 'thorny' chapters of the Bible, but the summary of it is relationship. Ed points out four keys to help understand the parable of the unjust steward and how it underscores that relationships--with God and real friends--are more important than money.
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 32 Principle 28 - Examine Yourself and Correction in Love by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): James 3:6, Matthew 18:15-17, Proverbs 27:5  
Description: In this age of technology when we get hurt it is easy to go to Facebook, or other social media to voice our feelings. For many of us having mercy or asking: Am I correct in feeling this way? can become an afterthought. Scripture reminds us to examine ourselves first. Judging, criticizing, maligning character, slandering and speaking to tear down another is probably one of the easiest things to do. Sadly, in the Christianity of our day such unedifying practices are applauded as righteous and discerning. Tearing down has become a ministry preoccupation with many in the blogosphere and Internet in general.
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 A Voice Crying in the Wilderness by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Sin
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:1-4  
Description: Jesus said that of all those born of women, there’s none as great as he, yet the smallest in heaven is greater than he (Matt 11:11). One might wonder what it meant, for surely Abraham, the father of believers, or Moses or Elijah was greater than he? In what does his greatness lie? In the Old Testament it ends with the prophet Malachi, after which there was silence for 400 years until John arrived on the scene. God sent John. It is said that he grew up in the wilderness of Judea. There were only five or six small villages in Judea. We’re not told exactly where he grew up. We read of the Lord Jesus in Jerusalem, but nothing of John the baptist. He was all the while in the wilderness. Even his birth was miraculous, in that he was filled with the Holy Spirit while still in his mother’s womb!
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 (John The Baptist Comes To Town) - Part 2 Calling Men to Come Clean With God by Rolfe Barnard

Topic: John The Baptist
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2, Mark 1:14-15  
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 WHY IS IT THAT WE EXPERIENCE SO LITTLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN? by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2  
Description: God has established a church of His followers to help Him build His Kingdom. But why is it that we experience so little of the Kingdom of Heaven? This meditation will answer this question.
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 WHY IS IT THAT WE EXPERIENCE SO LITTLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN? by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2  
Description: God has established a church of His followers to help Him build His Kingdom. But why is it that we experience so little of the Kingdom of Heaven?
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 Baptism of Fire by David Wilkerson

Topic: Baptism Of Fire
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:3-11  
Description: Preaching out of Matthew 3, Pastor Wilkerson talks about the difference between the Baptism of repentance/water and the baptism of fire that John the Baptist informs the world about.
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 The Context of the Sermon on the Mount – Part 1 by Dick Woodward

Topic: Discipleship
Scripture(s): Matthew 4:23-24  
Description: The Sermon on the Mount is considered to be one of Jesus' most important discourses and one of His most foundational teachings, considered to hold the essence of Jesus' teaching. Even many who are not Christians believe this sermon is one of the most important messages ever taught. There is perhaps no passage in the Bible that is quoted more and understood less than this teaching in Matthew 5-7.
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 To know the Holy Spirit by Erlo Stegen

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Scripture(s): Matthew 3:11-12  
Description: A certain American preacher called a Dutch Reformed and Baptist minister to the front and asked them, "when you baptise people who uses the most water?" Obviously the Baptists do. But the problem is that when both parties baptise people, the tongue is not baptised. There are both Baptists and Dutch Reformed people who gossip, slander and ruin other's characters by their tongue. The Holy Spirit: When the Holy Spirit descended on Jesus He descended as a dove, but when He descended on the disciples at Pentecost, He descended as tongues of fire, signifying that the first to be touched and transformed when a person is baptised with the Holy Spirit is a person's tongue.
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 72 Baptism of the Holy Spirit (brother Denny) by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:11, Mark 1:8, Luke 3:16  
Description: In our day, the importance of experiencing the true Spirit Baptism is paramount. Because of satanic counterfeits, the true body of Christ has been alarmed and made hesitant to call out to the Lord for a fresh infusion of God’s Spirit in a public meeting or private prayer time. We believe that as believers gather it is essential to pray for endowments of the Holy Spirit. If the presence of God is not with the Church, She will never further the purpose of God in the earth.
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 Christ As Our Prophet by Roger Ellsworth

Topic: Christ
Scripture(s): Matthew 21:11, Hebrews 1:1-2  
Description: A prophet represents God to men. As God's prophet Jesus declares to us: 1-the reality of God 2-the nature of God 3-the reality of human sin 4-the way our sins can be forgiven.
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 Making Much Of Jesus by Ralph Sexton

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Scripture(s): Matthew 1:18, Exodus 15:6, Philippians 2:9  
Description: How can we look above the storms of life? It's by making much of Jesus! Ralph Sexton preaches the greatness of Jesus and His power, His promises, His preeminence and more. In tune with his numerous witticisms, he exhorts, "We should be looking for the Upper Taker, not the undertaker."
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 Evergreen Christians by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Fruitfulness
Scripture(s): Matthew 1:18, Galatians 5:22  
Description: In the ancient language the fir referred to fire, an ancient symbol for the spirit. The tree also points upwards. Overseas most trees lose their leaves in winter. There are songs about this fir tree in winter and that it is green even in winter. When I first went to Germany to preach I was struck at how brown the trees look, they looked burnt but the fir tree remains evergreen. Evergreens symbolized the everlasting fire in us. We Christians should also always be green. A Christian should always be beautiful. You can read about the beauty of the faith in Gal 5 like love, patience etc. Also go and read the works of the flesh. The fruit of the Holy Spirit in Gal 5:22 speaks of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faithfulness, self-control – these fruit decorate the Christian far more beautifully than the Christmas tree. The Lord said, "If they do this to me a green branch how much more to those who are dry branches." The works of the dry tree are evident: immorality, defilement, witchcraft, enmity, strife, fits of anger, rivalries, divisions, orgies and things like this. Those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God. This tree speaks of the attractiveness of the Christian.
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