What an amazing scenario! The people chose to have a dangerous man back on the streets rather than have Jesus live. The innocent would die. The guilty went free. The same applies today. The spotless Lamb of God bore our sin in His body on the cross. He died in our place so we could be free forever.

We are drowning in God’s favor, forgiveness and love. So what should that mean as we look on a world dry and dying of thirst? Ron Moore begins with the former so that we can act on the latter.

Jesus did not come to perform. He did not come to show us another sign. His mission was clear. He came to die so we could live. He purchased life for us by His death on the cross. Signs will draw a crowd; the cross drew scorn. Signs will fade away; the cross purchased life eternal. Jesus let His actions speak for Him. He came to give His life as a ransom for many.

Do the things you own, in truth, own you?  And did you know that you never really own them anyway?  But if you view them as God does you can enjoy them, and at the same time, be rich toward Him. In this half-hour, Ron Moore shows us how that’s… Continue Reading…

Jesus did not respond because He was not a victim to a trial; He was a servant following the Father’s plan. The Sinless One gave no defense of His innocence. The time had come for the cross. Jesus was about His Father’s business.

For some reason, Judas couldn’t grasp forgiveness. The shame drove him deeper into his guilt instead of to the forgiving Lord. He took matters into his own hands and ended his life. Judas not only betrayed Jesus, but he also ran from the One who could forgive him, even after the kiss.

All of us can relate to Peter, can’t we? We have remained silent as others use Jesus’ name as slang. We have remained silent as His claims have been laughed at. We have even joined in the laughter as His person is satirized. We have ignored His Word by open rebellion. We have followed Peter in our own denials, but have we joined him in remorse and repentance?

The seamless sequence of events you experience every day are held in God’s hands, and he has apportioned their number to each one, according to His good pleasure. On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore teaches how those events can be wisely spent for God’s glory and our greater good.

God was humiliated. With the angels poised at the edge of heaven to charge, the Word remained silent. He prepared to be delivered as the perfect sacrifice for sin. He did it all for us.

Living the Christian life isn’t just hard … it’s impossible.  Save for one extraordinary gift from God no one could ever hope to meet the Gospel’s expectations. So, on today’s broadcast, Ron Moore examines this one gift in order that you may be strengthened for every good work.