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Meaning for Life Semper Fi The Bible and Economics
Meaning for Life
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Semper Fi
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In this full-length message, preached in 2004 from the text, Act 17:6, Dr. D. James Kennedy challenges Christians to “change the world.” This full-length message was preached in 1997 on the text of Rev. 2:10, “…Be faithful until death, and I will give you the crown of life.” Today there are many Christians who are suffering persecution around the globe. This promise still holds. As Dr. D. James Kennedy notes in this full-length sermon, the Bible is not a textbook on economics, yet it has a great deal to say about how we can thrive economically. What the Bible says about work and private property are foundational to any true understanding of economics.
How Can America Survive The Economic Earthquake? Lord, Teach Us To Pray Suicide Is A Viable Option
Lord, Teach Us To Pray
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Dr. Karen Gushta shows why we can still expect “the big one,” and she outlines the biblical principles our nation needs to follow for it to become economically strong again and restore government to its proper size and role. Most importantly, she provides principles and biblical counsel for individual Christians to help them prepare for the coming economic earthquake. In this full-length sermon preached in 1996, Dr. D. James Kennedy shows how the first three petitions of the Lord’s prayer challenge us to do all to the glory of God … and to remember our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ. Is suicide a viable option? Today many are saying "Yes." But that notion is only possible in a secular worldview says Dr. D. James Kennedy in this full-length sermon.