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Is This Your Heart? – 4B

Air Date: 01/27/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

There are rich people, and there are wealthy people, then there are blessed people. A heart rich towards God doesn't care what it has. It continues to grow, producing a crop one hundred times as when it was first planted.

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Today’s Broadcast

Is This Your Heart? – 4B

Air Date: 01/27/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

There are rich people, and there are wealthy people, then there are blessed people. A heart rich towards God doesn't care what it has. It continues to grow, producing a crop one hundred times as when it was first planted.

Previous Radio Broadcasts

Is This Your Heart? – 4A

Air Date: 01/26/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

A heart that produces good things will have character and depth. A productive Christian comes through life’s struggles and thrives.

Is This Your Heart? – 3C

Air Date: 01/25/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

A heart choked with pride and ungodly desires is a heart that announces itself to the world. It wants to be the focal point, and to make a name for itself. But, when we lay up our treasures in Heaven, our hearts will follow.

Is This Your Heart? – 3B

Air Date: 01/24/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

Today, Pastor Jack shares with us that a heart choked with care looks for security apart from God. Independence and wealth become an obsession, always wanting more than we have, believing that it’s a good thing.

Is This Your Heart? – 3A

Air Date: 01/23/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

When our hearts are overcome with the cares of life, it begins to look toward comfort and immediate satisfaction in all the wrong places. Like a vine that grows, and its thorns eventually crush the healthy plants around it.

Is This Your Heart? – 2C

Air Date: 01/20/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

Today, Pastor Jack tells us that time reveals what we’re really made of. Many will fall victim to the pressures and demands of life. Their casual knowledge of God was simply a convenient approach to knowing God. But, believing in God isn’t the same as having faith in Him.

Is This Your Heart? – 2B

Air Date: 01/19/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

Today, Pastor Jack shares with us that a heart that is unwilling to commit often agrees with the Gospel message. It will even embrace the fact that the Gospel is an influence. But, in time, the heart will soon reveal its lack of sincerity, and depth.

Is This Your Heart? – 2A

Air Date: 01/18/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

Today, Pastor Jack tells us that the Christian message does not come by threats or force. But, the response of most comes from a heart that is unable to go deep. They are so preoccupied with life, they cannot take in God’s message of salvation.

Is This Your Heart? 1B

Air Date: 01/17/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

A wayside heart is always learning, but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth. It watches opportunities go by, including God’s message of salvation. The smartest of people will often reject the truth of the Gospel.

Is This Your Heart? 1A

Air Date: 01/16/2023 | Scripture: Luke 8:1-15

There is no such thing as spectator Christianity. A hardened heart can only hear. It is not moved by the things of God, and has no desire to share the Gospel, or be involved in helping others.

How Hungry Are You? – C

Air Date: 01/13/2023 | Scripture: Luke 7:36-50

When we’re hungry enough to be forgiven, God rescues us for all eternity. To all of us who come to Him, the Lord will say, “Your faith has saved you. Go in peace.” No sin, no fear, and no pain can change our new life in Christ.

How Hungry Are You? – B

Air Date: 01/12/2023 | Scripture: Luke 7:36-50

To hunger after the Lord is to want to know the truth. We’re all limited in our knowledge, but God is both Spirit and truth. He’ll expose our desperate need to be forgiven, and set us free from our sins, no matter who we are, or what we’ve done.

How Hungry Are You? – A

Air Date: 01/11/2023 | Scripture: Luke 7:36-50

To hunger after the things of God is a very personal longing. We’ll want to bring Him our very best, and give Him our all. Nothing can satisfy us more than a personal relationship with the Lord.