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WellSpring's Podcast featuring speaker Jeff Brower

WellSpring's Podcast Jeff Brower

    • Religion & Spirituality
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WellSpring's Podcast featuring speaker Jeff Brower

    1 Corinthians 5 "God's View of Sin"

    1 Corinthians 5 "God's View of Sin"

    There's a lot of views and opinions about what is right and wrong. In a world that is open and tolerant to a variety of lifestyles, how are we as Christians supposed to live? Is Tolerance supposed to be the main virtue of the church, or is Holiness? What is God's view of sin? Join us

    • 47 min
    Mark 5:21-43 "Desperate for Jesus"

    Mark 5:21-43 "Desperate for Jesus"

    Are you in a situation where you feel as though you have no hope? Maybe it's been an ongoing issue, or perhaps it happened suddenly. Do you know that Jesus always has an answer? All he needs is our desperation.

    • 42 min
    "The Famine of the Hearing of the Words of God" (Amos 7-9)

    "The Famine of the Hearing of the Words of God" (Amos 7-9)

    God will do anything to get your attention- even if it includes hardship. Are you in tune to God's Word?

    • 29 min
    "Hearing the Word of God"

    "Hearing the Word of God"

    How do we be sure to hear God's Word in our lives?

    • 40 min
    Mark 4:35-5:20 "Jesus' Authority over Storms and Satan"

    Mark 4:35-5:20 "Jesus' Authority over Storms and Satan"

    Here we see the account of Jesus calming the storm and healing the demoniac. We see that Jesus has authority over storms and Satan!

    • 47 min
    1 Corinthians 4:3-21 "Sacred Sarcasm for Spiritual Pride"

    1 Corinthians 4:3-21 "Sacred Sarcasm for Spiritual Pride"

    Sometimes our arrogance can fool us into thinking that we're so wise, we're so strong, we're so independent, we're so right. It can leave us in a state of mind that thinks we're in need of nothing. But the truth is, we are always in desperate need. Paul uses some sarcasm to exaggerate the things that the church in Corinth were boasting about to show them what they were really acting like. It also would show them what they were actually communicating to the church about the Apostle Paul. That when they elevated themselves to "Kings" they were essentially saying that Paul was the "Scum of the Earth".

    • 44 min

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