Robert Gibson Speaks from His Heart

I wanted to post this again. So few seemed to watch this video. It is a testimony we all need to hear and take to heart. What a joy his friend did not stop witnessing to him. It took eight years but God got a hold of this man’s heart when he was, as he proclaimed, a wicked sinner and saved him. Here you see he returned to the very prison where he got saved.

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 Ron English Editor’s Note: If you have an unsaved son, daughter, mate, or friend, do your best to have them listen with you as your watch this man tell his experience. This can be a blessed spiritual moment of glorious truth. The man is rough and unpolished, but he shines like a sparkling diamond of God’s truth.

Where Light Meets Darkness for Christ

Ravi Zacharias accepts questions of great importance and gives his answers that are hidden in his heart. He does not open his Bible, but his answers reveal he has been into his Bible in-depth and remained there exploring the truths of the Scriptures.  You have before you a man who has a remarkable brain and memory where both long ago were surrendered to the Lord to absorb biblical truth and was given wisdom on how to proclaim it with reverence, kindness, courageousness, and humbly in the Spirit of Jesus Christ.  Don’t miss any opportunity you have to hear this man speak on any text. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1M2exgUUd4

Ravi Zacharias

 

Ravi Zacharias gives you Three Points to Live

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On February 21, 2018, at Convocation, North America’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, Ravi Zacharias, President, and Founder of RZIM reminded students to let the word of God transform their mind and guide their moral compass so that others can see the gospel lived out! Convocation is North America’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, and each year it plays host to more than 80 guest speakers of national significance from every sphere of society. http://www.liberty.edu

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Can a Christian Lose Salvation?

Dr. Charles Stanley, author of Bible Life Principles, Pastor of Southern Baptist Church in Alanta, Georgia and renowned teacher/preacher on the weekly TV program “InTouch” has a segment during the last several minutes of his one-hour program in which he responds to emails, that he previously received, covering a wide range of topics. This was his pick for Sunday, Sept..18, 2011. More may be viewed at “InTouch Ministries” or www.faithfitnessclub.org

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Shelby Steele speaks to Whites about Blacks

You hear whites talk about Blacks, you hear Blacks talk about Blacks and you hear Blacks talk about Whites. Now hear a prominent Black speak the truth about their place, progress, and future.

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Recorded on January 25, 2018 Shelby Steele, a Hoover Institution senior fellow and author of Shame: How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country , joins Peter Robinson to discuss race relations in the United States. Steele tells stories about growing up in segregated Chicago and the fights he and his family went through to end segregation in their neighborhood schools. He draws upon his own experiences facing racism while growing up in order to inform his opinions on current events. Steele and Robinson go on to discuss more recent African-American movements, including Steele’s thoughts on the NFL protests, Black Lives Matter, and recent rumors about Oprah Winfrey running for office. About the Guest: Shelby Steele is the Robert J. and Marion E. Oster Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He specializes in the study of race relations, multiculturalism, and affirmative action. He was appointed a Hoover fellow in 1994. Steele has written widely on race in American society and the consequences of contemporary social programs on race relations. Steele holds a PhD in English from the University of Utah, an MA in sociology from Southern Illinois University, and a BA in political science from Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.