1. Robbed Hell - C.A.S.T. Pearls Presents


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    Do we really believe that the path to eternal life is narrow? So narrow that not even atheist hippy pop stars will make it in? Don your shallow thinking cap and come wander some contours of meaning in this parody of Rob Bell's Love Wins book trailer. From Credenda Agenda Street Theater Pearls Productions http://www.canonwired.com/featured/robbed-hell-2/ Posted on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/ff8n1OST4gk What about C.S. Lewis? http://vimeo.com/21609698 Starring: Stephen Joshua Sampson - Written by Ben Merkle - Shot + Edited by Dane Wilson - Sound Production by Ben Nieuwsma

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    • WMS-TV Mother and The Passover of Eternal Life (Ep 29)


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      New Song Video: "Cyrus, the one anointed by God" Sermon by Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim: "Mother and Passover of Eternal Life" Mother's Teachings New Song Commercial

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      • Easter Invite


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        I was the motion graphics producer on this video. it got made early for churches to invite people to Easter Sunday. It also can be downloaded at several church media sites

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        • Clip: Dr. Stephen Jones on Rob Bell and Paul's teaching on hell


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          30-minute excerpt from Stephen Jones' Intro to the Quail and Manna Conference, March 11, 2011, on the topic of hell.

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          • World Mission Society Church of God, why do they keep the Passover?


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            " ' The Teacher says: My appointed time is near. I am going to celebrate the Passover with my disciples at your house' " (Matthew 26:18). The World Mission Society Church of God is the only Church in the world that keeps the New Covenant Passover according to the teachings of Jesus Christ The Passover, which was established through Jesus' sacrifice on the cross, is the promise to give us the forgiveness of sins and eternal life. And also, the Passover is Jesus' promise to allow us to escape disasters. Throughout all the ages, those who kept the Passover escaped disasters, and those who did not perished. We hope you will receive the forgiveness of sins, eternal life and salvation by keeping the New Covenant Passover. The light of the New Covenant Passover

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            • LOL game 1990


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              briggs fucks with YUNGCO. Made from 100% recycled material. Y2K compliant

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              • The Will of God Isn't...but Is...pt 2


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                This message will attempt to shed light on two things: 1. What the Will of God Isn’t 2. What the Will of God Is First we must see the three major components of God’s Will: LIVING IN THE WILL OF GOD WILL ALWAYS INVOLVE THESE THREE COMPONENTS: 1. Eternal Life And this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent. John 17:3 To know the Will of God will involve having eternal life, which means to know God. So here is circular reasoning-To Know God’s Will You must Know God. To Know God you must have Eternal Life. To have eternal life, you must know God. To know God’s will is to know God. 2. Wisdom  that their hearts may be encouraged…to reach all the riches of full assurance of understanding and the knowledge of God’s mystery, which is Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. … Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, Colossians 2:2-6  that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him, Ephesians 1:17  Wisdom is “seeing Life from God’s Point of View.” Knowing God’s Will will always involve seeing Life from His point of View. After all, it is His Will!  Wisdom will always involve more of Jesus Christ in your life, for in Christ are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.  Living in the will of God will always involve walking in Jesus Christ. Now since living in the Will of God involves Wisdom I need to point out how you get wisdom. JAMES GIVES THIS ADVICE ABOUT GETTING WISDOM Jas 1:5-8 If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him. But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea that is driven and tossed by the wind. For that person must not suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways. You must want to see life from God’s point of view badly enough that you are willing to forsake everything this world has to offer. If you ask for wisdom, if you ask to live in God’s will, yet part of you wants this or wants that, contrary to God’s righteousness, then you will not get wisdom from God. You will not see life from His point of view. You will continue to be like the waves of the sea, tossing to and fro, lost from God’s will. 3. Faith Living in the Will of God involves pleasing God. And Hebrews 11:6 says without Faith it is impossible to please God. By faith Moses left Egypt, not being afraid of the anger of the king, for he endured as seeing him who is invisible. Hebrews 11:27. Faith allows us to See God and what He wants to do with our lives. Faith in your life will do Two Things: 1. Faith will allow you to see God behind everything that happens in your life. 2. Faith keeps you in a place where you are not sure what will happen next. • If you can see the road ahead you don’t need to Trust God. Living in the Will of God will always involve eternal life, wisdom and faith. WHERE DO WE START? In order to know what the Will of God is, we must know what it isn’t. Here are four common Falsehoods about the Will of God: FALSEHOOD #1: God Wants Us to Know the Future This is the biggest mistake we Christians make with regard to living in the Will of God. Just because God has led a certain way does not guarantee the end result. We keep trying to look down the road so we can figure out the direction God is taking us. It is rarely God’s will for you to know your entire personal future. God doesn’t light the entire road. He promises just enough light for your step ahead. Psalm 119:105 “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” In fact they made little oil lamps that attached to your ankles. This would allow you to carry a load and still have light. But it was only enough light for one step. So this verse pictures a man in total darkness walking along a dangerous trail. There is no moon in the sky. Darkness clings to him. His only light comes from the lamp strapped to his ankle. When he takes that step, what happens to the light? It goes forward one more step. The light is not bright enough to illuminate even five feet ahead. Let’s face the truth–we want to know the future. At least we think we do. We want to know what is going to happen next year, so we can be ready in advance. But God doesn’t play that game with us. The Bible says, “The secret things belong to the LORD our God” (Deuteronomy 29:29). Does he know what will happen tomorrow? Yes, he does; but he’s not telling anyone else about it. Or to put it in familiar terms, does God have a blueprint for your life? Yes, he does; but there is no blueprint room where you can go to get a copy. Suppose God were to offer you a folder with the details of your life (and for your loved ones also) for the next 10 years. Would you take it? You first impulse might be to say yes. But suppose I add this provision. You can’t change anything you find in that folder. Would you still take it? I can tell you that I would run the other way. Life is much better lived one day at a time. Does God know what you should be doing on January 17th, 2020? Yes He does. But all you get to see is January 17, 2010. God wants us to trust Him for each and every STEP we take. Our prayers are for our DAILY Bread. He reveals His will one step at a time, so we will trust him moment by moment. FALSEHOOD #2: The Will of God is Known with 100% Certainty Many people believe they must be 100 percent certain of God’s will before they make a decision. I can understand their thinking. After all, if you are facing a life-changing decision–a potential marriage, a cross-country move, a new career, which college to attend, whether or not to begin chemotherapy–you’d like to know in advance beyond any doubt that you are doing what God wants you to do. There are two problems with this point of view. First, sometimes we think we know God’s will with 100 percent certainty only to find out later that we were mistaken. The other problem–which is more common for most believers–is that in our search for certainty about God’s will, we end up paralyzed by an inability to make up our minds. Some decisions are so important they can’t be left to chance. As the popular saying goes, “When in doubt, don’t.” If you aren’t sure about the new job, don’t take it; don’t make the move, don’t say yes, don’t make any decision with less than total certainty. We see this principle vividly illustrated in Acts 16. When the Apostle Paul and his team left Troas, they sailed across the Aegean Sea in response to a vision of a man saying, “Come over to Macedonia and help us” (v. 9). When they got there, they found a woman named Lydia. But what about “the man"? He was nowhere to be found. Later on Paul and Silas were arrested, stripped, flogged, and thrown in jail. That night during an earthquake, they led their jailer to Christ, then baptized him and his whole family. The next morning Paul and Silas were released and escorted out of the city by the town leaders, who were glad to see them go. It’s a strange story. In many ways it appears that Paul failed in Philippi. After all, he was in trouble almost from the moment he arrived. Where is the great church he came to establish? But from God’s point of view Paul did exactly what he should have done. He followed God’s leading–God gave more light–Paul took another step and waited for further developments. Step by step, through twists and turns and unexpected means, Paul did what God wanted him to do, even though it wasn’t what he expected to do when he arrived in town. GOD’S WILL MEANS TESTINGS AAND TRIALS Have you seen this before? (Maybe on those House Flipping Shows?) A couple (after much prayer and seeking God’s Will) bought an older house only to discover that it was in much worse shape than they had expected, costing them many thousands of dollars more to restore. They also had a long series of unpleasant encounters with a cantankerous neighbor. Looking back on all the difficulties, the gal wrote: Seeking God’s will has never caused me much difficulty in the past (partly because I didn’t always!), but when we were in the throes of trying to decide about buying this house, we both prayed long and hard that we would have a clear sense of direction and guidance from the Lord or at least a sense of peace about a decision if it were the right one. Because of the many troubles we’ve had while living here, I had convinced myself that we made the wrong decision and were paying for it in a big way. Resentment started to taint my relationship with God. Why would He allow us to make such a terrible mistake (expensive one too!) when we spent so much time asking Him for his guidance? Only in the last few weeks have I felt that God does indeed want us here. Our difficulties in getting in here were not God slamming the door shut, but rather him holding it open just wide enough for us to squeeze through. Our difficulties in buying the house now seem like good training for the battles while we’re in it. I have discovered that the outcome of our decisions does not retroactively affect whether it was God’s will! That final sentence is crucial. “The outcome does not retroactively affect whether it was God’s will.” That’s exactly right. Doing God’s will means taking the next step–whatever it is–without a definite promise about the end result. Many times you won’t have 100 percent certainty; but when the moment comes to decide, you must make the best decision you can, trusting God for the results. Sometimes you’ll know more, sometimes less; but living by faith means taking the next step anyway. FALSEHOOD #3: The Will of God is My Happiness Millions of Christians buy into this false idea. They believe that their happiness is God’s supreme goal for them. That sounds good, doesn’t it? “God wants me to be happy.” “God wants me to be fulfilled.” “God wants me to be successful.” They make it all about themselves. They push what God wants aside, and create their own fantasies. This falsehood has been used to justify all kinds of bizarre and even evil behavior. Some Christian men have said, I’m not happy with my wife. God has brought another woman into my life and we are very happy together. It must be God’s will that I should divorce my wife and marry this other woman because God wants me to be happy.” That’s a bunch of Bull Baloney. If your personal happiness is not God’s highest goal for you, then what is God’s will for your life?  It is God’s will for you to be holy.  It is God’s will for you to be conformed to the image of Jesus Christ.  It is God’s will for you to do good works for the kingdom of God. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God afore prepared that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10 First Thessalonians 4:3 states this plainly: “For this is the will of God, your sanctification.” To be “sanctified” means to be made holy. It refers to the life-long process whereby God shapes you, through a myriad of experiences both positive and negative, into the image of Jesus Christ. Here’s the Bullet Point: He uses the very worst things that happen to us in order to conform us to His Son. Romans 8:29 says, “Those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of his Son.” That is the will of God for your life. He wants you to become like Jesus Christ. Whatever makes you like Jesus is good. Whatever doesn’t make you like Jesus is bad. And God is fully committed to shaping your life day by day into the image of the Lord Jesus Christ. Most of us know about Corrie Ten Boom? During World War II she was taken from her home in Holland to a prison camp and later to the Ravensbruck Concentration Camp in Germany. There she and her sister, Betsie, were held, and Betsie eventually died. Corrie Ten Boom was released—by a Nazi clerical mistake—just before the end of the war. In her book “Tramp for the Lord”—she reflects on God’s leading: Looking back across the years of my life, I can see the working of a divine pattern which is the way of God with His children. When I was in a prison camp in Holland during the war, I often prayed, “Lord, never let the enemy put me in a German concentration camp.” God answered no to that prayer. Yet in the German camp, with all its horror, I found many prisoners who had never heard of Jesus Christ. If God had not used my sister Betsie and me to bring them to Him, they would never have heard of Him. Many died, or were killed, but many died with the name of Jesus on their lips. They were well worth all our suffering. Faith is like the radar which sees through the fog—the reality of things at a distance that the human eye cannot see. How can going to a prison camp be the will of God? It can’t be if God’s will is that you should always be happy and comfortable. Yet going to a prison camp can be the will of God for you if it makes you more like Jesus Christ and gives you opportunities to share the love of Christ to people that would never hear it otherwise. That’s the biblical perspective. Will God’s plan for you and me always bring immediate worldly wealth and success? No, but God’s plan will always bring peace and joy and fulfillment, even in the midst of sorrow and suffering. Our duty is to follow the Lord wherever he leads us. And when we do that, we find a deep joy in him. The path of obedience leads to a joy the world cannot match. FALSEHOOD #4: The Will of God is Hard to Know Many folks think God’s Will is something you have to go to the Oracle to discover. Only after this journey or that experience. My brother who has struggled with drugs most of his life always used to say “If only God would give me a sign.” It was like he wanted a bolt of lightning to strike him before he would get his life right with God. Some people want a visible message from God. Like a God Postcard that reads, “Dear John, Buy the red Pontiac. Signed, God.” Or they fear that one night, while they are watching Monday Night Football, God will reveal his will, and they will somehow miss it. Or they worry that they have sinned too much and have blown their only chance to do God’s will. God doesn’t operate that way. He simply says Trust Me, Know Me. Wait on Me.  God wants you to know his will more than you want to know it.  God is more committed to showing you his will than you are to discovering it. When you give your will to Him, he will take complete responsibility for getting you from here to there step by step. • God has said, “Never will I leave you” (Hebrews 13:5). And He won’t. • He also said, “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go” (Psalm 32:8). And He will. • He also promised, “Surely I will be with you always” (Matthew 28:20). And He is. We think that God’s will is hard to find. The biblical perspective is quite different. God will reveal his will to anyone who is willing to do it. Sometimes He makes us wait. But He will always show His will to those willing to do it. SO now that we know what God’s Will isn’t, what is His Will? THE WILL OF GOD IS We start by looking at the most profound verses in the Bible, the ones which will open our eyes to Knowing God’s Will in 2010. PROVERBS 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. Proverbs 3:5-6 ESV These two verses are among the most beloved in the entire Bible. You may have memorized them in Sunday school when you were a child. Solomon wrote quite simply as the Holy Spirit lead him. There is nothing complex about what he said. These verses can be understood by the simplest of minds. They are comfort to new believers, and they are profound to the most seasoned of believers. These verses cling to our soul because they speak to one of the greatest needs we have – to know the way. I know this is a basic need, because my wife has revealed it to me. Whenever we are going somewhere new, she will always ask me which way I am going, where it is that we are going. I tell her I don’t know, but just sit back and trust me. That doesn’t work too well with her. She’ll start guessing as we continue driving. Proverbs 3:5 & 6 are written to all those who like my wife like to know where they are going. FIVE KEY STEPS TO KNOWING GOD’S WILL You may know this verse backwards and forwards, but are you living this verse? Is this your breath? Is this your food for life? God wants it to be! Have you ever found yourself in a very dark place, not knowing what to do, where to turn, which way was North, South. Perhaps you were stuck with no one to help you out. Suddenly you cry out to God, perhaps with anguished tears, and said, God I don’t know where to turn, what to do, so I’m going to sit right here until you show me the next step. Well, in these verses God gives us five steps for knowing what direction to take in our life. Let’s look at these five steps are revealed in five key words in Proverbs 3:5, 6. 1. TRUST “Trust in the LORD with all your heart.” The word “trust” in Hebrew means “to lean with the full body,” “to lay upon,” “to rest the full weight upon.” It expresses the feeling of safety and security that is felt when one can rely on someone or something else. CWSDOT. In Hebrew, baṭaḥa expresses that sense of well-being and security which results from having something or someone in whom to place confidence. TWOT. The Septuagint never uses the Greek πιοτευω “believe in” but with ελπιξω “to hope,” in the positive sense “to rely on God” or πειφομαι “to be persuaded,” So this trust is not based upon your belief in God, but upon your total confidence in who He is and His care for you. In fact, your knowledge can be imperfect without it affecting your trust. Just as a little child trusts completely in his Mom, it is a part of them, not based upon belief or knowledge. In fact, the image of the Hebrew Word bāṭaḥ is actually much stronger. It has the idea of stretching yourself out upon a bed or resting on a hard surface. The word means to put your full weight on something. To trust in the Lord is to rest your whole weight upon him–to depend on him completely. 2. LEAN “Lean not on your own understanding.” To “lean” means to rest upon something for partial support. Leaning is what you do when you walk with a cane or hold on to a walker because you are unsteady. This word is used for leaning against a tree or a stone cliff. You lean on something when you are not strong enough to stand alone. This may mean literally leaning on someone’s arm or trusting in his or her counsel. Ultimately, God should be trusted and leaned on, for He will never fail. CWSDOT 3. UNDERSTANDING “Lean not on your own understanding.” “Understanding” refers to the mental processes by which you analyze a problem, break it down into its smaller parts, and then make a decision about what you are going to do. Early in the morning when you make a list of all the things you have to do that day, you use your understanding to sort out your priorities. Or it’s what you use on Sunday night when you map out the upcoming week. That’s understanding. You use it any time you plan your life or solve a problem. Understanding is the decision-making ability that God has given you. When you take the word “lean” and bring in the idea of “understanding,” then add the negative, the meaning is something like this: “Use all your mental powers, but do not lean on them for total support.” Don’t trust in your own ability to figure out your life. Lean instead on the Lord! Rest your weight on Him! 4. ACKNOWLEDGE “In all your ways acknowledge him.” This word deserves extra consideration because the word “acknowledge” can be hard to understand. In the Hebrew this word is an imperative–a command. You could translate this by saying, “In all your ways know him.” The Hebrew word means to know deeply and intimately. It’s the kind of knowing that comes with personal experience. It means to know something through and through. For instance, somebody might say, “Do you know the President of the United States?” I would say, “Sure, Barack Obama is the President.” If President Obama walked in the room, I would know who he is. If I heard his voice coming over the TV, I would recognize it. Or if I saw his picture on the front page of the newspaper, I would know it was President Obama. But, I don’t really know him. I can’t pick up the phone and call the White House and say, “Mr. President, this is Jim Tompkins. let’s do lunch this week.” He won’t take my call because I don’t know him personally. I just know him at the level of head knowledge. I don’t know him intimately or on a friendship level. There is another kind of knowing. My wife and I know each other in a completely different way. We’ve known each other intimately for over thirty-five years. When you live together for that many years, you get to know each other at such a deep level that you actually begin to know what the other person is thinking even as he or she is thinking it. You know what your wife is going to say before she says it. You know what your husband is going to do before he does it. You have a deep, personal, intimate knowledge of each other. Seen in that light, we might translate verse 5 this way: “In all your ways know God intimately … deeply … personally. When you know God that way in every area of your life, he will direct your paths.” 5. DIRECT “He will make your paths straight.” That brings me to the fifth word, which in the King James Version is translated, “He shall direct your paths.” That isn’t bad. But I think the ESV translation is a little better: “he will make straight your paths.” Imagine that you are driving along a road that appears to be impassable. The road winds through the mountains and down into the swamps. It seems to have a thousand switchbacks. As you travel on, you discover that portions of the road are washed out, others are filled with potholes, and still others are blocked by huge boulders. In some places the road apparently becomes a dead end. This is the road of your life. As you look at it, it appears to be covered with boulders and rocks. Some parts of it seem to be filled with potholes; other sections appear to be going nowhere. That’s the way life is. Here is God’s message to you from Proverbs 3:5-6. If you will know God in every area of your life, he will take personal responsibility to direct your path. He will remove the obstacles if they need to be removed. He will fill in the potholes if they need to be filled. He will redirect the detour so that what seemed to be a dead-end turns out to be the shortest way to reach your destination. All you have to do is trust in the Lord. Lay yourself completely on him for full support. Don’t lean for support on your own human understanding. In all your ways know God intimately.

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                • NT38A (Romans 5) Age of the Earth


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                  (2011-03-26) Objective Historical - New Testament - Gospel

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                  • NT42A (The Rapture)


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                    (2011-05-28) Objective Historical - New Testament - Gospel

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                    • RANDY SKEETE- DO THIS AND LIVE


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                      On May 26, and 27, 2012 Pastor Randy Skeete preached three sermons at the University SDA Church, Los Angeles, CA. This is the first of the three sermons. The title of the sermon is “Do This and Live”. Luke 10:25-28 tells the story of a lawyer who asked Jesus, “What shall I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus answered, “What is written in the law? How readest thou?” When the lawyer asked Jesus about salvation , Jesus sent him directly to the law. After the lawyer quotes the law, Jesus tells him “..this do and thou shalt live.” Chances are that people will miss eternal life because of one thing they do not want to give up like the rich young ruler. Powerful sermon. Video by Dan Wycliffe.

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