By Keith L. Bell
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The LiMP is the open podcast journal of Keith L. Bell that discusses biblical perspectives on life and all that pertains to a peculiar walk with Christ in a fallen world. See just how much the Lord desires to be all that you need every day and in every circumstance.
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 7 of 7 – Praying Always||Did you know that in two parables Jesus gave us some of the most important instruction about prayer we can ever know? Come with me to Luke 18 where we find Jesus saying in verse 1 that, “people should always pray, and not faint”, and see with me how to properly don the final, all encompassing element of the seven that makeup the whole armor of God—Praying Always. In Luke 18, Jesus tells a parable of a persistent widow who continually bugged a judge about hearing the case she had against an adversary. She constantly called on him, but he continually refused. But she also refused to give up. Eventually, she wore him down, and decided to try her case and get her justice. Jesus made it clear that the judge didn’t help the woman because he cared for her or even feared God. He said to himself that he wanted to try her case so she would stop bugging him. Then in verses 6 and 7 Jesus said to His disciples, “Hear what the unjust judge said. And shall God not avenge His own elect who cry out day and night to Him, though He bears long with them?” This is why he prefaced this parable with verse 1, which says, “People should always pray and not faint.” The Lord used this parable to give us one of the most important keys of an effective prayer life—persistence in spirit! And notice in verse 8 what else he said about this parable. He says, “I tell you that [God] will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless, when the Son of Man comes, will He really find faith on the earth?” Jesus is essentially saying that no matter how long it takes, keep on praying, and know that God may not come when you want Him to, but He will always be right on time! But the secret is to fervently pray and don’t stop until you get an answer. Many people don’t do that, which is why Jesus asks if when he comes will He really find faith on the earth. People all over the place are giving up on God. Even people who say they are Christians are growing so weary that they are beginning to think, act, and even speak like people who don’t even believe in God. Just a few days ago at the passing of Stephen Hawking, I had to bring a reality check to a few fellow Christians who were literally saying they believed that Hawking was used by God in a special way and that anyone who says he might not have gone to heaven is being judgmental...||3/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 6 of 7 – The Sword of the Spirit||Hebrews 4:12 says, “For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” No matter how much people despise it, God’s word is alive and continually at work making sure that in the battle of sinful man vs. God, God gets the final say. Are you ready to take and properly use this most sophisticated weapon? This week we look at element number six of God’s whole armor, and the only completely “OFFENSIVE” weapon of them all (pun intended)—The Sword of the Spirit Which Is the Word of God. You heard me right. This weapon is probably the most offensive weapon of the whole armor of God. There is a play on words here because it is also the only completely offensive weapon of the armor. When you wear God’s whole armor, your feet are covered with the gospel of peace while your waist is girded with the strong belt of truth. Shoes and belts are neutral elements of the armor. But the breastplate of righteousness, the shield of faith, and the helmet of salvation are clearly defensive or protective pieces of armor. The sword of the spirit is clearly an offensive weapon. Next week, Lord willing, we will see that the final element of God’s whole armor is both offensive and defensive. But for now, we will stick with the sword. Wow! That could be another pun! So while a sword is used offensively as a weapon to attack an enemy, when it comes to the sword of the spirit, it is also offensive in that it is undesirable to the enemy and to anyone who refuses to see things God’s way. John 3:19 says that light has come into the world but that people love darkness because their deeds are evil. Jesus is the ultimate light, and the word of God is the light of God in written form. The word gives enlightenment or understanding (e.g., Psalm 119:130). The word lights the way to keep one from stumbling (e.g., Psalm 119:105). And as I said previously, it discerns the thoughts and intents of the heart. And fallen sinful creatures just don’t like all of that invasive brightness. Also, all of the other elements of the armor stand or fall by this one. I am, of course, aware that the shield of faith is the element of armor that Ephesians 6:16 tells us to take “above all”. Yet even faith must have the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). And there is no greater source of that substance and evidence today apart from Christ Himself than the written word of God. The Bible communicates to humanity who Christ is, what God’s plan of salvation entails, how to live for God, gives us all we need to know about the creation from beginning to end, and explains the only two possible eternal destinations—heaven or hell—and how to get there. As we return to the battle of David and Goliath, we see that 1 Samuel 17:50 and 51 says… So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and a stone, and struck the Philistine and killed him. But there was no sword in the hand of David. Therefore David ran and stood over the Philistine, took [Goliath’s] sword and drew it out of its sheath and killed him, and cut off his head with it. The way the passage reads it seems that David killed Goliath twice. But even that has Scriptural support when you think of the fact that the Bible used the term “twice-dead” in Jude 12! Of course I’m just being silly. But was this overkill on David’s part? Not at all. The Hebrew word used for “kill” in this passage is the same word that is also used for words like “strike,” “beat,” or “hit,”. Certainly the stone could very well have ended Goliath’s life. Or it could have severely disabled him or knocked him out cold. Regardless of whether he died instantly or not which I dou||3/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 5 of 7 – The Helmet of Salvation||Do you know what salvation in Christ is? Did you know that it is threefold? You might not realize it but Satan and his demonic soldiers are constantly swinging for your head because of that fact. I hope that as a soldier of the cross, you have on the proper headgear! We’ll talk about why in this show as we discuss The Helmet of Salvation. 1 Samuel 17, verses 4 through 7 says… Then Goliath, a Philistine champion from Gath, came out of the Philistine ranks to face the forces of Israel. He was over nine feet tall! He wore a brass helmet, and his brass coat of mail weighed one hundred and twenty five pounds. He also wore brass leg armor, and he carried a brass javelin on his shoulder. The shaft of his spear was as heavy and thick as a weaver’s beam, tipped with an iron spearhead that weighed fifteen pounds. His armor bearer walked ahead of him carrying a shield. Wow! Goliath’s armor was huge and heavy! But isn’t it sort of ironic that he is this mighty nine-foot tall warrior, but he feels the need to wear all of this brass armor? Isn’t it even more ironic that he has so much armor that he needs someone, i.e., an armor bearer, to help him carry his shield? Psalm 20:7 says that, “some trust in chariots, and some trust in horses”. Goliath is obviously that type of person. In his case we could modify the passage to say, “some trust in brass helmets, brass coats of mail, brass leg armor, brass javelins, iron spearheads, armor bearers, and shields…” As I look at all of that armor, it seems to me that Goliath was really just a coward! Oh sure, he probably could take out several men at a time with his bare hands. But most bullies are usually big guys who, if they knew their own strength, wouldn’t have to hide behind their size by picking on the little guy. But this time, God is turning the tables. Truly man’s thoughts and God’s thoughts are not the same (e.g., Isaiah 55:8-9). When man looked at little David and gigantic Goliath they saw no contest. They assumed David was on a suicide mission. But the God who uses the weak things of the world to shame the strong (1 Corinthians 1:27) was about to use a boy named David to save Israel from the Philistines. Yes, David was essentially bringing salvation to Israel. David was wearing the helmet of salvation.||3/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 4 of 7 – The Shield of Faith||Now we move on to the next verse, Ephesians 6:16, which says, “above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.” First century Roman soldiers had some of the most advanced weaponry of their time. They created an idea for what the Bible refers to as “darts” that was ingenious. Let me explain. They fashioned long metal spikes with a triangular tip that looked much like an arrow, but it was larger and heavier. They would fasten the dart to the tip of a spear. When they faced off at a distance against an enemy army, they would, in unison, throw their spears at them so that they would rain down from the sky in large numbers. If the opposing army had shields, many of the spears would still get past them and impale the soldiers. But many of the spears would of course lodge into the enemy’s shields. Back in those days, shields were often made of plywood. And so another tactic used would be to coat the tips of the darts with flammable liquid, light them, and then throw them. If the spear lodged in the enemy soldier’s shield, it would set it on fire, causing the soldier to expose himself as he dropped the shield or tried to put the fire out. That is probably what prompted Paul to speak of “the fiery darts”. Realizing that the enemy might dislodge the spears thrown at them and use them as return fire, the Roman army also designed the spears to actually bend as they struck their targets. So if the enemy could somehow dislodge the burning dart and throw it back, it would not be possible to be accurate because the tip was designed to bend upon impact because of the weight of the spear attached to it. This rendered it practically useless. How smart is that! I mention these details to make it clear that the Romans put a lot of thought into their weaponry, especially when it came to defending themselves. For example, unlike their enemies who traditionally had small rounded shields mostly designed for close-quarters combat, the Roman army created very intuitively designed shields that would protect their soldiers even if they would be bombarded from a distance with spears or arrows. You see, the Roman shield was made larger and rectangular in shape, like a door. As a matter of fact, the Greek word for “shield” comes from the Greek word that means “a door”. It is thoo-reh-os. “…above all taking the thoo-reh-os of faith. To give you an example of the root word, Jesus once said, “I am the thoo-rah of the sheep (which means door). I am the thoo-rah. If anyone enters by me, he will go in and out and find pasture” (John 10:7 and 9). It was with this door-like shield that the Roman soldier would be protected practically from head to toe. And should the enemy launch a barrage of arrows or spears at them, the Roman army would have its troops on the outer perimeter of the formation would place their shields side by side in front of them forming a wall of protection, while the soldiers on the inside of the formation would raise their shields above the formation to make a roof. Because the shields had a slightly convex surface, it left a large enough area around the protective barrier for the perimeter soldiers to see out without being hit by incoming spears. This afforded the Roman soldiers almost total protection. So now that you have that basic picture, let’s look at the parts of Ephesians 6:16 in more detail… Once again, the passage says, “above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.”||2/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 3 of 7 – The Preparation of the Gospel of Peace||This is part three of this series covering the seven elements of the whole armor of God! You ready to break out of the armor that you’ve tried and found to be unreliable? You ready to put on the whole armor of God? You see you can’t hope to actually, “more than conquer” while wearing your own armor. Break out! And begin to break through in your walk with Christ. This week, we cover item number three as we step into the footwear that is “The Preparation of the Gospel of Peace”. Ephesians 6:14 says, “and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace... When you share the gospel of Christ, your feet are beautiful because they are the vehicle by which you, in your daily coming and going, keep yourself prepared—ready—to give an answer to anyone who would know of the hope that is in you with meekness and with fear! You fear God, and therefore no Goliath of man can make you quit! But let’s look a little more at why David’s feet was so beautiful by looking again at some of David’s proclamations.||2/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 2 of 7 - The Breastplate of Righteousness||The next piece of armor we are going to look at is called The Breastplate of Righteousness for a reason. In the simplest terms, a breastplate is designed to protect the torso, which is the main part of the body other than the head, arms and legs. The torso houses eight of the body’s ten organs, with the exception of the skin and the brain. Practically speaking, it guards the heart, which of course is one of the most important organs. Proverbs 4:23 tells us to, “Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it springs the issues of life.” The writer is obviously using the pumping activity of the heart as it works to issue blood-flow throughout the circulatory system to keep the body alive. There, of course, is much more that could be said about the heart—which biblically speaking is far more than a mere human organ. But the critical nature of the organ suits the purposes of the breastplate of righteousness well enough. Let me also remind you that the whole armor of God is for a specific group of people. In case you don’t know who belongs in that group, let me clarify. It belongs to the whole earthly family of God. If you are a born-again believer in Jesus Christ, then God’s whole armor is for you. If you are not born-again, then you do not possess the Spirit of Christ! And if you do not have the Spirit of Christ, then you do not belong to Him, and therefore, His armor does not belong to you. Christ makes us righteous. Indeed, as 2 Corinthians 5:21 says, “For he has made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” But if we are made “righteous” then why do we need a breastplate? Here’s why. Salvation is something that we get once and for all through faith in Christ. Never, ever is that salvation in jeopardy of being lost. But there is one thing we are constantly at risk of losing, and that is confidence. So before getting into how David utilized this element of the armor of God, I’d like to present a more modern illustration. Take a police officer for example. Imagine that you are a cop and your precinct is responsible for a crime-ridden area where the level of gun violence is extremely high. And let’s say that you graduated at the top of the academy, and over the next several years you go on to become a highly decorated officer. Would your excellent standing as a police officer make you any less in need of a bulletproof vest than, say, the lowest graduating rookie just entering the force? Of course not, bullets don’t care how much experience you have. But they do know the difference between Kevlar and human flesh. Wearing a bulletproof vest provides you with a greater level of protection, and therefore gives you more confidence than you’d have hitting those dangerous streets without one. And that is what the breastplate of righteousness does for you. It doesn’t make you more righteous, it just serves as a reminder to you that should bullets fly, you will be on the right side of the situation. Abraham Lincoln said that, “My concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right.” The word “right” is a very powerful word indeed. When people truly believe they are right about something, they are willing to fight and to perhaps even die for it—even if what they believe is right is actually wrong. Though, Abraham Lincoln, and the child of God knows better. Lincoln gave his life for the causes of God. Leo Tolstoy wrote that, “Wrong does not cease to be wrong, just because the majority share in it.” While I don’t espouse all of his views, he couldn’t be more right with that statement. Wouldn’t it be nice if, across America today, more people really embraced that truth? Unfortunately, we are living in an Isaiah 5:20 age when people are saying, “that evil||2/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanB.O.O.Y.A! Part 1 of 7 - The Strong Belt of Truth||It is probably one of the most familiar passages in the Bible, at least to most Christians. It is Ephesians chapter 6, verses 13 through 20. It is a part of the apostle Paul’s Roman Prison Epistles, which was a group of letters he wrote and sent to all of the churches he helped establish in Asia Minor. But note again that it is a part of the Prison Epistles. Yes, even while Paul was incarcerated, he was still busy doing battle with the forces of wickedness of the then-known world. He even mentions them in Ephesians 6:12 when he writes, “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” So although Paul was under arrest, he realized that he was under arrest because he was under spiritual attack. He was aware, and wanted to make the rest of the saints aware of the never-ending war of which we are all a part, and how to properly and successfully fight it. And that is where the whole armor of God comes in. The word “whole” is significant because it reminds us that there is a complete set of armor that we need in order to wage the most successful warfare possible against the three great enemies of humanity known as the world, the flesh, and the Devil. Paul, in Ephesians chapter two for example, talks about these enemies and how Christ has delivered us from their ultimate power. The end-goal of these enemies is to keep people in sin and separated from God. However, where it concerns the true born-again believer in Christ, it is not possible to ever be separated from God again. Yet it is very possible to feel like it in this life. Sin takes the believer out of commission in many ways, because it brings God’s chastening hand upon us for correction, and it also allows the lies of the Devil to begin to negatively affect our perception of God and His love for us. If Satan can convince us that we are not pleasing to the One who enlisted us, then he knows that we cannot be good soldiers of the Cross. We will feel defeated, and we will act accordingly. But there’s another way that we find ourselves in defeat as Believers in God that is so critical to know that I cannot even begin to get into the individual elements of the whole armor of God without first addressing it. You see, the Bible tells us that in Christ we are more than conquerors. And I’ll briefly explain what a “more than conqueror” is in a moment. But here’s something you might want to jot down, because you really need to get this. It will be the over-arching focus of the entire series of podcasts. You ready? Here goes… You simply cannot “more than conquer” while trying to wear yours and God’s armor! Let me say it again… You simply cannot “more than conquer” while trying to wear yours and God’s armor together. It is absolutely God’s whole armor and none of yours, or even the smallest piece...||2/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Word From Paul About Social Media||People lurk in darkness all around, just waiting for that call from the reciprocal darkness of the internet that says it is safe now to come forth and carry out their most evil intentions. With the advent of the social media, things like, human trafficking, drug dealing, terrorism, espionage, wire fraud, identity theft, and a whole host of other crimes have skyrocketed as people have come to see ways that they can anonymously do their most dastardly deeds and perhaps get away with it. But there remains an even more subtle and insidious abuse of social media that more people (even so-called Christians) are guilty of than perhaps any other cyber-crime or online maliciousness that goes on in cyberspace. It is part and parcel to the very prophetic words of the apostle Paul when he wrote the following to Timothy: “But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, holding to a form of godliness, although they have denied its power; Avoid such men as these” (2 Timothy 3:1-5) Just as Paul was shown by the Holy Spirit, we are now truly living in very difficult times, and things are getting worse. While Paul probably never received a vision of social media, he lists twenty-one things that characterize what social media, like nothing else, has given people the platform to be and to openly express. Surely, as I mention them individually, you can almost immediately think of instances in your social media experience that you or someone you know was guilty of many of these traits.||1/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJesus & The Evangelical’s Ethnic Ethic||Christ’s Response to Racism and Corrupt Government||1/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAn Exhortation To The Brethren From The Chief of Sinners||Recently in a very heated DACA “Dreamers” immigration meeting, President Trump used a derogatory term to describe some of the countries from which illegal immigrants are arriving. As hard as he works, and with as much as he has accomplished in the last year, I truly wish that he would refrain from using such volatile language. I definitely feel that an apology is in order. His language sometimes adds fuel to the already stoked fires that have been raging since November 9th 2016. Let me be clear that I in no way condone anything that Trump or anyone else does that is sinful. Yet I am also aware of the very real fact that I voted for him and he is our president. And it is my reasons for voting for him that keep me praying for him and not against his presidency. I did my homework and went into this last presidential cycle with a few strongly held biblical convictions that I deeply wanted to see change on. And I am glad to say that I see very positive results in those areas. No need to go into them here though, because this show is not about that. It is about Christ and the Christian who has the Lord as his or her portion (Lamentations 3:24). I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, if President Trump claims to be a Christian, then he needs to realize that his words have betrayed him. I don’t know whether or not he’s saved. But what I do know is that he is the President of the United States. And as long as he is, I will pray that he comes to a saving knowledge of the truth and that he tries as much as possible to operate like a born-again believer. And I’ll say to those wanting him to be impeached that if he is found guilty of an impeachable offense, then by all means, I would support his impeachment. But until then, I pray for him and for our country, and that God will have mercy. So why am I bringing this most recent Trump statement up? It is because a couple of days ago, I found myself in a Facebook conversation with a bunch of other Christians, a few of whom were also pastors. And the reason I joined the conversation was because of the inference that was made that there is no way a person who is a Christian could in any way support President Trump. I cringe a little every time I hear such accusations, because I know that there are born-again Christians in practically every area of our society, and even in the president’s cabinet. There are people who have been born again who are Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, and Independents. And God, for His many mysterious (and not so mysterious) reasons would have it so. My only hope and prayer is that wherever we find ourselves as believers, we seek to win souls to Christ, while as much as possible, without violating God’s word, seeking to live at peace with all people. But even more importantly than that prayer, I pray that born-again believers in Christ will take time to remember and honor God by honoring one another, despite our political or other differences. And for me that is where 1 Timothy 2:1-4 comes in...||1/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHating The World That GOD So Loved||Understanding What John 3:16 Really Means To The World That Was, Is, And Is To Come||1/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Great Fourfold Truth We Can All Glean From Ruth||It was about the middle of the twelfth century B.C. during the era referred to biblically as “the Judges”. This was a time of widespread famine, and with good reason; in fact we are told why in Judges 21:25 when it says that, “In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did what was right in his own eyes.” The book of Ruth follows Judges. It is only four chapters long, but it unveils some important principles concerning what God expects of us, and what we should expect of ourselves as His children. If we are honest with ourselves, we are quick to say that God works in mysterious ways, but we are often slow to actually trust Him to do so. We fail to accept that “mysterious” means that we won’t always understand what He is doing, and that we often won’t even sense His presence. But Ruth shows us how we ought to work and how we can trust God even in the mundane affairs of life in a fallen world. As we approach the prospect of a new year in an age where people are increasingly doing what is right in their own eyes no matter how immoral or sinful it may be, we need to glean from the incredible story of Ruth. She shows us that if we remain faithful to God no matter what, He, in His own time and way, will take us from despair to delight!||12/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Polarizing Expression||God's Great Gift of Seeing The Sun of Righteousness||12/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFace The Book||Minding Our Social Media Manners For Christ's Sake...||12/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Time To READY Yourself Is At Hand||But this podcast is not about that ongoing war. President Trump’s major move a few days ago only further reminded me of the urgency of the need for the people of God to wake up to the importance of getting into the book of Revelation. I am confident that what was done on the 6th of December will have serious end-times prophecy implications. So I want to urge you to not allow yourself to be frightened away from the book of Revelation because of what the world, the flesh, and the Devil continues to do to try to confuse or ridicule it for its repetitive use of fantastic signs and vivid symbology; it is still the word of God.||12/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBe Not Deceived! God Also Punishes Eve...||It is time for us as men to pull down the satanic strongholds of modern feminism’s deceptive influence over the church. It is time for us as men of God to cast down the false arguments against biblical male headship! Satan is once again seeking to exalt himself against God by using women to do it. It is time to recapture God’s biblical order and bring it under the headship of Christ!||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPortion Control||You Are The Lord's Portion and He Is In Control||11/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat Can Man Do To Me?||It was Wednesday June 17th 2015 in Charleston, SC when a Satan-inspired racist named Dylann Roof shot and killed 9 members of the Emanuel AME Church. This was a horrible moment in recent history that reminded us just how evil this world can be. And then, just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, another mass church shooting occurs on Sunday November 5th of this year! It was at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, TX where a demonically possessed Devin Patrick Kelley took the lives of 26 people, ranging in the ages of a child still in the womb, up to someone 77 years old. Sadly, it is evident that we live in a world where nothing is sacred. In most of our minds, the local church is supposed to be that one place you can go and not have to worry about being murdered. Yet we know this is not the case. We are reminded of other such events, like what happened in Birmingham Alabama at 16th Street Baptist Church on Sunday September 15th 1963, when some devilishly racist persons set off a bomb that killed four innocent little girls because of the color of their skin. These heinous and unspeakable acts of terror are just one more reason why God’s word tells us to not love the world, neither the things in it, because it is passing away with its lusts. From 4 little girls in 1963, through 9 people in 2015, to 26 people less than a week ago, one thing is clear. Satan knows that he has a short time, so he is ramping up his use of godless people to carry out increasingly evil and despicable acts. And why do I keep mentioning Satan, the Devil, and demons? I do so because I don’t plan to mention them much more in the rest of this episode, because they are hidden figures behind the scenes that primarily use human beings to do their dirty work. But know this: Just as the book of Job shows us, Satan had to first get permission from God to afflict Job, he cannot do anything to us that God doesn’t allow. When He died on the cross and rose from the grave, the Lord defeated and defanged the Devil. So against us who truly trust in Jesus, the Devil has no power, but that which we give him through our sinful actions and thoughts. Yet, those who don’t believe in Jesus are already captives of Satan’s will, to do all sorts of things against God’s people. In this show, we will take a good look at the many things man can do to us in order to see and understand how and why they are nothing short of a call to be courageous in Christ.||11/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#JesusStrong||Is Your Heart Getting Stronger? Or Harder?||11/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrick Into Retreat...||When The Lord Returns At Last, There'll Be No Time To Unmask||10/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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