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What Kind Of Church Are You? – 6B

Air Date: 01/26/2022

The pastor at the Church of Philadelphia is a great example for us. He loved the Lord, and his faith held firm to the principles of the Bible. He also loved and cared for his church, but still had a passion to share the Gospel. His calling to follow Christ never wavered.

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Today’s Broadcast

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 6B

Air Date: 01/26/2022

The pastor at the Church of Philadelphia is a great example for us. He loved the Lord, and his faith held firm to the principles of the Bible. He also loved and cared for his church, but still had a passion to share the Gospel. His calling to follow Christ never wavered.

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What Kind Of Church Are You? – 6A

Air Date: 01/25/2022

If the Bible teaches that Jesus is the Head of the church of His church, then Jesus must still be speaking to not only these seven churches, but also to believers and the church today.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 5B-2

Air Date: 01/24/2022

When all hope seems to have slipped away, we must be determined to press forward. To look at ourselves personally, and look towards God’s approval. Are we good and faithful servants, rejoicing in His promises that endure, and continuing on with personal passion?

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 5B-1

Air Date: 01/21/2022

A church that forgets its humble beginnings needs to repent, and hold fast onto Jesus, remembering what they have seen and heard. To become vigilant again about what matters, while watching and waiting for His return.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 5A-3

Air Date: 01/20/2022

A church needs to be where the Spirit of the Lord is moving. Totally dependent on God, and not resting on its reputation. When the Spirit is no longer the church’s source of power, the church will become sickly, covering themselves up in the white robes of an empty religion.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 5A-2

Air Date: 01/19/2022

A church is in danger of old age, they’ll do things the way they’ve always done it. The pastor’s sermons will begin to sound the same, and past experiences will be more exciting and dynamic than the present ones.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 5A-1

Air Date: 01/18/2022

A church will be like those who attend it. Churches are supposed to be alive and vibrant, as opposed to the dark forces that surround it. But, when Jesus is no longer the counselor, and no longer consulted, the church will not survive.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 4C

Air Date: 01/17/2022

When God examines our Christianity, will He find us diligently applying the Bible to our everyday life. Will He find us not stuck in religion, but knowing, and trusting Him with our eternity, never looking to another.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 4B

Air Date: 01/14/2022

When our Christianity is vibrant and healthy, there will be obvious signs of life. We will be a church of good works, rooted in love and willing to attend to the needs of the people. Our faith will have strong moral and spiritual convictions, with a total reliance on Christ, as we patiently wait for His return.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 4A

Air Date: 01/13/2022

When Jesus is an actual reality in our lives, our Christianity will be a living reality. When we realize that Jesus sees and knows all things, we’ll come to understand that there is no other way to God, but through Him.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 3C

Air Date: 01/12/2022

When we’re surrounded by compromise, we can stay true to our convictions even in a church that is trying hard to not look, sound or feel like a church. Jesus is always ready to forgive, when a church receives His correction, and returns to the principles of the Bible.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 3B

Air Date: 01/11/2022

When we’re surrounded by compromise, there’s always the temptation to mix the world with the things of God. But, as true believers, God knows both our conviction to remain separated, and our courage to keep our faith pure.

What Kind Of Church Are You? – 3A

Air Date: 01/10/2022

When we’re surrounded by compromise, God knows where we live, and He sees our personal commitment of faith. We must remember that we can still be a church that is bold for Jesus, even in the face of gross evil.