1. Robert Bayer- Save Yourselves


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    Robert Bayer Preaching in the Apostolic Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas - Marvin Rutledge Pastor Click this link to enjoy our most watched YouTube video clips. http://worldpulpit.webs.com/mostwatchedyoutube.htm

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    • God’s Plan of Salvation by Charlie Couch


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      Charlie will walk you through the process God has laid out for us to become followers of Christ and to receive eternal life.

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      • Internet Church With Ren Rutledge - 053011


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        Pass this inspirational link on to your friends and contacts. They have a right to be blessed too. God bless you as you view this service. Click this link to enjoy our most watched YouTube video clips. http://worldpulpit.webs.com/mostwatchedyoutube.htm

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        • Gifts of The Spirit - The Seeds of The Powers of Godliness - Pt. 1


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          We are here on Earth in a temporal (mortal) existence to develop our faith as a principle of power by walking by faith. As an aid in that endeavor, we are offered the gifts of the Spirit…… These are The seeds of the powers of godliness Walking by sight In our pre-mortal life, we walked by sight. As we saw, so we did, imitating the beings around us, learning by copying what we saw others do. Upon entering mortality as children, we bring this capacity to imitate others with us. We imitate or emulate our parents, our siblings, and even the celebrities. Eventually we assimilate and become a part of whatever society we are born into. Like the chameleon, we become what is around us. This is the case with every culture. While we still resided in the heavens, we copied our perfect, heavenly Parents and their angels. Here, we copy imperfect mortals. Mortality, then, does not limit our ability to walk by sight. And as is any family or tribe…there comes a time when the younger members are ready for the rites of passage. Two principles of faith Faith is divided into two principles: one of action and one of power. Regardless of which principle you use, all things are done by faith, though most of the things we do at this phase in mortality are done using faith as a principle of action. Power faith is celestial When we lived in the heavens, as all things were given agency, nothing that surrounded us there could be forced to do anything. We could not even pick up a handful of heavenly dirt without its permission. Everything in heaven was accomplished “without compulsory means,” meaning that coercion or force, was (and still is) non-existent there. In other words, we exercised faith only as a principle of power. The elements around us obeyed us only insofar as they respected us and they respected us only insofar as we followed (imitated) the righteous example of the “grown -up” Gods. There we learned to use faith as a principle of power by observing our heavenly Parents and the angels, for that is the only way that they operate. They commanded the elements and were obeyed and so did we. There are two ways of moving a mountain. You can move it stone by stone with your hands, with labor or with tools and technologies, to force the elements that make up the mountain to move to another spot. This would be faith as a principle of action. Or, conversely, you can command the mountain to remove and it can obey you. This would be faith as a principle of power. The former uses coercion or force, wrestling with the elements to model them however you want them to be. The latter uses agency. The elements must voluntarily move themselves at your command. Mortality is designed to allow faith to function under both principles. Action faith is given to us a temporary crutch, as well as a test. The elements that surround us here are commanded by God to allow us to push them around, regardless of our righteousness or lack thereof. They voluntarily submit to His divine command and thus we can manipulate all the various earthly materials here. If we desire it, we may never need to develop faith as a principle of power. Mankind can survive on this planet (for a limited time, at least) solely on action faith. Once we come here from heaven, we find ourselves in a fallen world. Sin is rampant, both around us and in us. Were the elements here operating like they did in heaven, we wouldn’t be able to even force air into our lungs, for the air would not allow itself to be forced into the lungs of a being it did not respect (a sinful being). This would frustrate the design of God to prepare a world in which we could be tried and tested and in which would could develop faith as a principle of power. So, God commanded the elements that make up our temporal (mortal) existence to allow themselves to be pushed around by us, according to a specific set of laws that we term physics. Imperfect memory is necessary for our test of power faith If we were to arrive here with our memory of pre-mortal life intact, we would remember how to use faith as a principle of power and would never sin, keeping our heavenly powers intact, as all things would continue to respect us and obey us. But by the design of God, our memories are wiped clean when we take that leap of faith known as The Fall. Our limited memories serve another divine purpose. As we cannot remember our past life in the heavens and we cannot see the future, plus the memory we have of our mortal lives is patchy at best, nothing is remembered perfectly and only bits and pieces remain in our minds to access at moments of recollection. All of this is done so that we become blinded, so as not to instinctively walk by sight as we did in the heavens (and use power faith). By limiting our memory (which is primarily a visual organ), we can only really see the present clearly. The future is pitch black and the past is foggy. In this state of blindness, we can be put on probation (tested) to see if we truly desire to use faith as a principle of power. Whereas in the heavens we all learned to use faith as a principle of power, by walking by sight (because there was no other way to operate), here on Earth we can go our entire lives without ever using power faith, for action faith is available to us. Thus, only those who truly desire to (re-)learn to use the heavenly powers will do so. And so mortality becomes a test. Additionally, mortality allows us to more fully develop our faith as a principle of power by walking by faith*. There is no one to look at (imitate) to learn how to use the heavenly powers, nor can we access our memories to remember examples of how it is done. When we walk by sight here we only learn to use faith as a principle of action, for this is the principle under which everyone here operates. So, to use power faith we must walk by faith, or walk blindly, trusting in only the word of God and not the sight of Him.

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          • How Unique Is Jesus?


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            Part 1: Christine Darg brings a clear Gospel message of the uniqueness and superiority of Jesus as the world's only Saviour and also at the mid-break we give a little fun instruction segment on shopping in Jerusalem's Old City bazaar. Part 2: Christine explains 3 things that every person must do to guarantee our place with God in eternity.

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            • Matthew 28:19 - Ren Rutledge


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              My Grandfather, John W. Rucks spent many years in the early part of the 20th century proclaiming that Matthew 28:19 is instruction from Jesus for all people everywhere to be baptized in the name of Jesus. Pa Rucks often was heard to say, "When you squeeze Matthew 28:19, Acts 2:38 pops out." I agree. Click this link to view our most watched YouTube video clips. http://worldpulpit.webs.com/mostwatchedyoutube.htm

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              • Ren Rutledge - The Ultimate Question


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                There are millions of questions about life, but there is one ultimate question that every person in creation should ask. When we ask this question with a sincere heart and an open mind, we find the ultimate answer. Click this link to enjoy our most watched YouTube video clips. http://worldpulpit.webs.com/mostwatchedyoutube.htm

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                • The Romans Road - Dr. Freddie M. Young


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                  Pastor Young very simply shares how one can come to know Jesus as their personal Savior. This is a great resource for those who want to be saved, as well as for those who would like to know how to effectively lead someone to Christ. Dr. Freddie M. Young is the pastor of Grand Strand Baptist Church in Myrtle Beach, SC

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                  • Sermon - "Atonement 2002" - Garner Ted Armstrong Sermon


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                    The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) is one of God's seven annual Holy Days and as such is a significant part of His seasonal Holy plan of salvation. Unfamiliar with God's seasonal Holy Day plan of salvation? You thought Christmas and Easter was the plan? Not at all. Pagan observances adopted into the Christian religion by an essentially pagan Roman Emperor to keep the peace with the masses is not God's plan. The Garner Ted Armstrong booklet, "How Seasonal Holy Days Reveal God's Plan", (http://www.garnertedarmstrong.org/pubs/godsseas.htm) lays it all out but you can also find other sermons on this site that expound the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, as well as the Feast of Trumpets, the Feast of tabernacles and the Last Great Day. God's plan is absolutely a plan. Free literature including a free CD or DVD copy of the sermon can be obtained by writing to GTAEA, PO Box 173, Botany, NSW 1455 Australia or in the USA, GTAEA, PO Box 747, Flint, Texas, 75760-0747 or by calling 1300 885 066 (Australia) and (903) 561 7070 (USA). Visit Main website: www.garnertedarmstrong.org Australian Website: www.gtaaustralia.org.au

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                    • How Can I Know God?


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                      Have you ever wondered how you can know God personally? Well, it begins with a relationship. Let me tell you how you can know God...

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