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 David's Cry for Mercy by Art Katz

Topic: Mercy
Scripture(s): Psalm 51:1-19, Romans 11:31  
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 K-087 From Grave to Resurrection by Art Katz

Topic: Resurrection
Scripture(s): Hosea 6:1-2, Romans 11:35-36  
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 16 Principle 12 - Jesus Christ The Head of the Church by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Colossians 1:16-18, Ephesians 1:22-23, Romans 11:36  
Description: The Headship of Jesus Christ was not just a doctrine or an idea to the early Apostles but rather a present reality to them. The Lord was the active Head of the Church. They realized it was His Church and everything was done in His Name for Him and through Him.224 This apostolic dependency on the person of Jesus Christ allowed the Lord to be in control of each Assembly. “God placed all things under His feet and appointed Him to be Head over everything for the Church, which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills everything in every way.”
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 (romans) Romans 12:9-13:10 by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Romans 12:9-13:10  
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 Romans 12:9-11 by Doc Greenway

Topic: Romans
Scripture(s): Romans 12:9-11  
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 Christmas Preparations by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Preparation
Scripture(s): Romans 12:9-10  
Description: With the recent world events, Pastor Cymbala teaches about what we need to do to prepare for this Christmas. Romans 12:9-10, 14, 15-16, 18 (NIV)
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 Romans 12:11-14 by Keith Price

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Scripture(s): Romans 12:11-14  
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 O Church Arise! by Tim Conway

Topic: Personal Revival
Scripture(s): Romans 12:11  
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 Constant, Instant, Expectant by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Romans 12:12  
Description: DELIVERED ON LORD'S-DAY MORNING, JUNE 22ND, 1879, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “Continuing instant in prayer.” - Romans 12:12. THIS is placed in connection with a large number of brief but very weighty precepts. Prayer has a distinct relationship to all Christian duties and graces. It is not possible for us to carry out the holy commands of our Lord Jesus unless we are abundant in supplication. The Romans at the time that Paul wrote to them were subject to persecution, and in this verse he mentions two remedies for impatience under such afflictions, remedies which are equally effectual under all the trials of life. The old physicians tell us of two antidotes against poison, the hot and the cold, and they dilate upon the special excellence of each of these: in like manner the apostle Paul gives us first the warm antidote - “Rejoicing in hope,” and then he gives us the cool antidote, “Patient in tribulation.” Either of these, or both together, will work wonderfully for the sustaining of the spirit in the hour of affliction; but it is to be observed, that neither of these remedies can be taken into the soul except they be mixed with a draught of prayer. Joy and patience are curative essences, but they must be dropped into a glass full of supplication, and then they will be wonderfully efficient. How can we “rejoice in hope” if we know nothing about prayer to the God of hope.
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 PERSEVERING PRAYER by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Romans 12:12  
Description: If you haven’t experienced God’s power in your life, perhaps it’s because you haven’t experienced the power of PERSEVERING PRAYER! What is persevering prayer, and why is it more likely to be answered than other kinds of prayer? Kanaan is the home of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, an international, interdenominational organization founded in 1947 within the framework of the German Evangelical (Protestant) Church. Website: www.kanaan.org
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 Romans 12:12 by Doc Greenway

Topic: Romans
Scripture(s): Romans 12:12  
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 Lavish Giving, Loving Guests, Living Christ by John Piper

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Scripture(s): Romans 12:13  
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 (romans) Romans 13:11-15:2 by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Romans 13:11-15:2  
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 (Romans) Three Tremendous Truths by Willie Mullan

Topic: Truth
Scripture(s): Romans 13:1-14  
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 Love Is a Fulfilling of the Law, Part One by John Piper

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Scripture(s): Romans 13:7-14  
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 Put on the Lord Jesus Christ, Part One by John Piper

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Scripture(s): Romans 13:11-14  
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 Put on the Lord, Jesus Christ, Part Two by John Piper

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Scripture(s): Romans 13:11-14  
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 What Time Is It? by Warren Wiersbe

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Scripture(s): Romans 13:8-14  
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 Awake And Be Ready by Stephen Kaung

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Hosea 6:1-3, Romans 13:11-14, 2 Corinthians 7:10-11  
Description: Stephen talks about the need for us to be awake, to repent, and to return to Christ.
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 If heaven is yours by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Heaven
Scripture(s): Romans 13:11-14  
Description: A person who is asleep doesn't know what is going on around him. So too those who are asleep spiritually. Salvation has come, but they are asleep and oblivious to the fact. They insist on following their own ambitions. Their life just revolves around themselves. They are dead in their sins. But if the Lord has quickened you, your life should overflow. Spiritually you should live a supernatural, victorious life. God expects it from you and me. In Hebrews 2, Jesus says that He isn't ashamed to call us His brethren. (We say it with utter respect and only because Jesus said it first). We are even called heirs to His Kingdom. As an heir you stand in line for an inheritance. Our life must be different if we truly comprehend this fact. Woe to you if you don't wake up, do His will and live the life He expects from you.
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