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On this unique Sunday, Dr. McCormick invites those who went to the Holy Land with him to share their experiences.  During the trip, the morning devotions focused on the Promises of God.  

We trust the Lord will speak to you in this partial recording on some Reflections on the Promises of God.

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The question is not only, "How can I know I am saved?", but, also, "How can I stay saved?"  To save you was a miracle, but to keep you saved is a continuation of that miracle.

In this message, Dr. Warner opens our eyes to the sustaiing work of God through the Holy Spirit. It is that work that keeps us saved after the miracle of redemption.  If only people knew the seriousness of God's righteousness, perhaps they would be more respectful.  Yet, for the believer, God works beyond our natural desires to create new desires in his own.

We trust that as you respond to the Lord in this message, you will know that God not only calls you as his own but then works in you the very righteousness of God.

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One of the issues many Christian face concerns the assurance of salvation.  Can someone really KNOW that they are saved?

In this Communion message, Dr. Warner offers a helpful word to help the listener to be assured of his or her salvation, and the faith to persevere until the day of the Lord.

May God bless you as you respond to His Word.

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In this stand-alone message leading up to Advent, Dr. McCormick opens the topic of how the Lord deals with the Unchecked Ego as we look at Daniel's encounter with Nebuchanezzar.  

God's hope for his people is that we would live selflessly. Listen to this message and see how God will speak to you. Then respond as the Holy Spirit enables.

God bless you!

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