Tag: Arland Steen Messages

July 14, 2019

189 – Priorities

We each have 24 hours each day within which to accomplish daily tasks. If we are to make the most of the time we have been given, one principle more than any other will determine whether our efforts will be successful or not. That principle is prioritization.

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July 7, 2019

188 – Mercy

A lot of people seem to be confused about the meanings of mercy and grace in relation to their lives. They work closely together but they are not the same thing. This message will clarify the difference so you can take full advantage of God’s grace as well as His mercy.

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June 23, 2019

186 – The Big Rocks

There are certain things in life that are so important that we must find the time and the resources to make them part of our normal routine. If we don’t prioritize these few things then less important things will get in the way and we won’t be as blessed as we could.

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June 2, 2019

183 – Look, Touch, Read

This message gives three ways to access the power of God for any need in our lives using three clear examples – two from the Bible and one from the life of a friend. Those examples include when the Israelites looked on the serpent on a pole, when the woman with the issue of blood touched the hem of Jesus’ garment and how God honored His word and took care of an inoperable brain tumor.

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May 26, 2019

182 – How Do I Pull That Off? Don’t Get Angry

We talked about not worrying, and that’s pretty challenging and, about loving your enemies, which is on its own level of ‘crazy talk’ when you first look at it. And now we get to, “Don’t get angry,” which almost seems like a vacation compared to the other two. And that’s why I think it’s so challenging. When we know there’s no way under the sun, we can pull something off, we have no choice but to rely on God’s ability. […]

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May 19, 2019

181 – How Do I Pull That Off? Love Your Enemy

If there was a world record for “easier said than done”, this statement would win. If Jesus had said, “Don’t kill your enemies,” I believe we would think that to be reasonable. If He had said, “Ignore your enemies,” I believe we would think Him to be a likeable guy who gave good, practical advice. But Jesus skips over those levels, right on past “tolerate your enemy”, and “like your enemy” and straight to “love your enemy.” How do I […]

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