The Journey with Ron Moore

There are always consequences for disobedience. Consequences will show up . . . sooner or later.

Love is an action word. It is not hidden or hinted at. When you love someone you don’t want that person to be unsure of your emotions. When you love someone you say it and show it. Love is expressed in tangible ways.

“Almost” is never a good response when eternity is on the line.  I “almost” made it results in the same destination as it does for the one who was never close. Ron Moore offers warning and encouragement for the “Almost Christian.” He implores you to take that last step into… Continue Reading…

When you have driven your life into the ground through disobedience how do you put it all together again? Ron Moore shares how King David picked up the pieces of his shattered world and through God’s strength recovered what was lost.  It’s an example you can follow as well.

Isaiah promises: “Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength.” In this half-hour, Ron Moore shows us how that strength is acquired, especially by those returning from a place of disobedience.

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…

What are the steps we take when setting off on a journey into sin?  And, once on our way, what trespassing side-trips will be necessary to insure our desired destination? Ron Moore looks at sin’s itinerary and the often ignored consequences that wait at journey’s end.

“Almost” is never a good response when eternity is on the line.  I “almost” made it results in the same destination as it does for the one who was never close. Take that last step into faith and discover the peace and rest you’ve “almost had” all your life.

Psalm 109:6-15   Appoint someone evil to oppose my enemy; let an accuser stand at his right hand. When he is tried, let him be found guilty, and may his prayers condemn him. May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership. May his children be fatherless… Continue Reading…

When you have driven your life into the ground through disobedience how do you put it all together again? Ron Moore shares how King David picked up the pieces of his shattered world and through God’s strength recovered what was lost. It’s an example you can follow as well.

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