[RadCast] Yes, God Heals Us — but How? (Psalm 103, Isaiah 53:5)

This is an unfinished product on the topic of the one who “heals all your diseases”, leaving plenty of room for you to chime in. What healing have you experienced? I’ve started the conversation, now it’s your turn. Let’s see where this takes us…

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[RadCast] Forgiveness: Our Doubt, His Answer (John 8)

Yesterday I asked “why do we forget the forgiveness of God?” You answered (thank you) and I stacked it up into a classic pastoral 3-pointer, ultimately looking to Jesus for the answer to our distraction, doubt, and denial.
Don’t forget: He forgives all our sins in Christ. Live it!

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[RadCast] I Forgot… (Psalm 103:1-5)

We tend to remember our sins, even though God has forgiven us AND forgotten (on purpose)… yet, we tend to forget the faithfulness of God and His benefits. Before the day goes one step further, take the time to remember what God has already done and is doing in you now.

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[RadCast] Be the First… at Being Last (Mark 9:35)

As one of many Influenza victims this weekend, I’ve been the recipient of servanthood by my wife who made sure I had enough medicine and M&M’s to keep me on the road to recovery. It’s all about serving one another. But where would we be without Jesus, the greatest servant of all? Now go and do likewise — ask the Spirit to open your eyes to help someone else today & watch what happens next.

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[RadCast] Yes, Fear God (Luke 12:4-7)

Most of what we fear is a waste of our energy, at least in my own experience. BUT there is one thing that I’m concerned about that I want to get right: my relationship with Jesus. I see His love for me and His call to a holy life, and I want that — not because I’m afraid of hell, but because I love Him back.
Have a fearless weekend & see you Monday!

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[RadCast] Your New Superpower: Calm (Matthew 8:22-26)

Comment below — what would’ve happened if they didn’t wake Jesus up?

When the chaos erupts, internally or externally, remember this simple truth: “Even the wind and the waves obey Him.”

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[RadCast] Be Annoyingly Calm (Matthew 8:23-27)

Of course Jesus calms the storms in our lives, no doubt. Even better, He gives us the faith to trust Him so much that we can be strangely at peace during a time of fear and crisis.
Can you be annoyingly calm? The world is terrified — yet we have Jesus. Seems like we should see things a bit differently.

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[RadCast] Re-Learning Fear (Matthew 8:23-27)

What does Jesus know that we don’t know? Following Jesus means our entire way of thinking changes, including what we fear.
Thanks for liking, sharing, commenting. We’ve got a good thing going this week as we continue to talk about — and conquer — destructive fear.

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[RadCast] Yes, Jesus Leads Us Into Fear (Matthew 8)

You’d think a Good Shepherd would help us avoid the scary stuff. Nah. He goes one better: in a world where both beautiful and terrible things happen, He says “I’m with you — so you have no reason to fear.”
That kind of confidence only comes when we face fear head on, believing God.

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[RadCast] Childlike, Fearless Faith (1 John 4:18)


I admit that I’m sometimes motivated by fear. It’s how the enemy works. In fact, I don’t really need any help in being afraid. How do we combat this? With a child-like, Garden of Eden type faith and relationship that finds the very concept of fear absurd.
That’s how we know we’re growing.
There’s a battle for your motivation. Love God, love others. This is the great killer of fear.

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