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In the Temple

Entering the Temple, in Mark 11, Jesus looked past the disguise of religion and saw God's people being exploited. What motivated His dramatic response? Not anger, but a holy zeal for God's honor.

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 5


Help Me to Serve You

How different will be the state of the believer in heaven from what it is here! Here he is born to toil and suffer weariness, but in the land of the immortal, fatigue is never known. Anxious to serve his Master, he finds his strength unequal to his zeal; his constant cry is, "Help me to serve You, O my God." If he be thoroughly active, he will have much labor; not too much for his will, but more than enough for his power, so that he will cry out, "I am not wearied of the labor, but I am ...


Boast About This

Jeremiah 9:23
sku: 2647CD

Acceptable Worship, Part Two

In part two of this four-part message on acceptable worship, we learn that God is not indifferent to the object of our worship. The Triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) is the ONLY acceptable object of worship. God’s glory cannot be shared with idols, and must not be diminished by the use of man-made images.



A Heart of Compassion

This is from the 2001 Moody Founder's Week in Chicago, IL.


Ropes and Rags

Compassion and strength of mind are often seen as opposing forces, but there is a lesser- known character in the Bible who exhibits both qualities in abundance. Help and hope can come from any avenue when God is in control!

Jeremiah 38:1-13
sku: 2202CD

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