The Journey with Ron Moore

At what point in the Christian life should you anticipate taming the sinful nature? How long should you expect to struggle with doing what’s right in God’s eyes?

On today’s program, Ron Moore looks at that issue and offers an expiration-date for the “old-man’s” power in your life.

When God has forgiven our sin, thrown them into the depths of the sea and remembered them no more, we’re off the hook…right? Well, not necessarily.

As Ron Moore is about to share, the waves of spiritual guilt may have been stilled but the ripples in our external life can remain. Listen and learn what you can do with them.

What are the signs that our repentance is complete? What will we feel and how will we think?

That’s Ron Moore’s focus on today’s program. Join him and rejoice in God’s healing renewal.

You’ve sinned…perhaps greatly. Now, you want the joy of your salvation restored…but how?

Ron Moore shares the key ingredients to finding renewed fellowship with God.

How do we reconcile the Lord’s warning to “Judge not lest you be judged” with His command: “If anyone is caught in any trespass, you who are spiritual, restore such a one?”

Ron Moore explores that sensitive issue through the life of King David.

What are the steps we take when setting off on a journey into sin?  And, once on our way, what trespassing side-trips will be necessary to insure our desired destination?

Ron Moore looks at sin’s itinerary and the often ignored consequences that wait at journey’s end.

We sin.  And while that’s not news, it is often perplexing.  We wonder why we continue to do the things we’ve resolved not to do.  So, what is this thing called sin and why is it here in the first place?

To explore that vital issue Ron Moore asks and answers six detailed questions regarding sin. Listen so that you can understand the rebellion that lurks in your heart.

It’s the attribute of God that banishes fear and invites us to enjoy Him forever.  Absent it, we’re lost without hope.

But, as Ron Moore is about to share, through this sole characteristic, today we can be found and kept safe for infinite tomorrows.

Have you laid a dream to rest?  A dream that occupied your heart and mind for years?  One that inspired you and helped you face each day?

Ron Moore talks about what’s next and the new dream that’s greater than the first.

Worship is best offered with feeling.  So what do your feelings toward God, and the expression of those emotions, say about the condition of your heart?

On today’s program, Ron Moore answers that question. Listen for insight into your spiritual health.

How much do you love God and how do you show it? What about when God doesn’t act the way you want Him to…what do you do then?

Ron Moore examines a circumstance like that from the life of King David.

What if you gained the world of business and career but lost your family?  Would that count as success or failure?

Well, as Ron Moore is about to teach us, from the life of King David, you can be praised for victory in the workplace, but be unable to enjoy it because of defeat at home.

We like to “do” stuff.  We want to go places and make things happen…even in our spiritual life. And we want God to keep to our schedule.

So, in this half-hour, Ron Moore will show us how patience can be the surest route to our spiritual goals.

A.W. Tozer said, “What comes into our mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” That statement reveals a staggering truth: real change begins when we see God in all his wonder, sovereignty and grace.

Today, Ron Moore helps us “turn our eyes upon Jesus,” so that our hearts can follow along.

You’ve run the race. Sometimes well, sometimes faltering, but you’re still on your feet and looking toward the finish line. What can you do to insure you don’t stumble and fall before you reach it?

That’s Ron Moore’s focus in this half-hour.

The steel-gray clouds have rolled into your life and you wonder if the sun will ever shine again. Worse still, you’ve been told believers should never experience these dark days.

Ron Moore will tell you the truth from the life of David, a man after God’s own heart. In that truth will be a ray of light that will brighten your soul.

Things are not always what they seem. Sometimes God places situations in your path, not to tempt you, but to reveal you…to show whether you’re opportunistic or principled.

On today’s program, Ron Moore looks at two such instances where the situations facing David held seeming promise and peril. His choices can help you make sense of similar circumstances.

A sure measure of our spiritual condition is found in how we deal with those who threaten or wrong us.

In this half-hour, Ron Moore contrasts the responses of two people facing just such a situation. Which one will best represent your level of spiritual maturity?

Has spiritual dryness staked a claim in your heart? Have you descended into a cave of depression that borders desperation and despair?

Well today, Ron Moore examines those places in the life of a fellow struggler, a man after God’s own heart. Listen and discover the encouragement you need to move into a land flowing with mercy and grace.

Song writers Jule Styne and Bob Merrill had it almost right when they penned the words, “people who need people, are the luckiest people in the world.” The Bible says it better; “people who need people, are the most blessed people in the world.”

Today, Ron Moore talks about that God-blessed need and what you can do to meet it.

God In Real Life

From the humble plea of a barren woman’s heart to the very heart of God, from the plains of battle to the court of a troubled king, Ron Moore paints a scriptural picture of the Lord of majesty and mercy…the God who is, and who is working in your life.

You’ll see in its pages the three primary attributes of God that color every event we experience.  And in the seeing you’ll discover His transforming features in places where you least expect them. The broken, the sinful and the victorious places.

“God in Real Life” is yours for a gift of any amount.

RON’S SERMONS

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