The Journey with Ron Moore

He waits for you with open arms. Time for you to make that journey back home, isn’t it?

Remember it is better to be obedient on the front end than to deal with the consequence of sin – even forgiven sin – on the back end.

If you sow the winds of sin, you will reap the whirlwind of consequences.

Maybe today the scars of your life show that you have lived far from God. You know the consequence of walking away. You know the inward pain and regret. You know the hurt that you have caused others. But please hear this – there is no sin that God cannot and will not forgive.

It’s time to stop the secret games and make the journey home to God’s welcoming arms of mercy.

Today’s passage issues a strong warning. Sin always brings consequences.

There’s a closely held secret in the culture of abortion.  It’s cynical, deceitful and crafty. In this broadcast, Ron Moore and special guest Brian Fisher unveil that secret and its awful consequences for women.

Recently I used a story from Philip Yancey’s book, What’s So Amazing About Grace, in a sermon. The story was told by a pastor who had a prostitute come to him for help. She had been “renting out” her two-year-old daughter in order to support her drug habit. In the… Continue Reading…

When we move to a place of disobedience, even for just a visit, consequences are sure to follow.  Many are willing to accept that until they realize the negative repercussions are broader than they imagined. Ron Moore helps us to count the cost of a visit to sin-city—for ourselves and… Continue Reading…

When God has forgiven our sin, thrown them into the depths of the sea and remembered them no more, we’re off the hook…right? Well, not necessarily. As Ron Moore is about to share, the waves of spiritual guilt may have been stilled but the ripples in our external life can… Continue Reading…

Worn Out By Obedience

Do you desire to “turn the corner” in your walk with Jesus? If so, maybe you don’t know where to start. You feel held back by the past, or maybe you’re calloused by sin.

Well, King David, the man after God’s own heart, experienced this very thing. In Ron Moore’s book “Worn out by Obedience” David is presented as a spiritual mentor. He’s both flawed and on fire. He’s the person you are and the person you want to be.

In “Worn out by Obedience” you’ll discover how God often molds your heart, like King David’s, in seasons of brokenness, loneliness, and disappointment—sometimes even in your waywardness.

“Worn out by Obedience,” is published by Moody Press and can be yours for a donation of any amount.

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