The Journey with Ron Moore

God will bring you back home, too, if you let Him. He wants you to be His child. He desires to be your God. He will take the heart that is divided and make it fully His.

Do you have anything that turns your heart away from God? It doesn’t matter if it is one thing or many things. God does not tolerate rivals. You are either fully devoted to Him or you’re not. Which is it?

The pulse of the Christian heart is clearly detected in the monitor of life. It beats out a rhythm of devotion to the risen Christ and to those around us. Especially to our partner in marriage. Today Ron Moore points out the peaks and valleys of our heart monitor and… Continue Reading…

“I tell you the truth,” Jesus said in John 12:24, “unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.” And those seeds sprout into the fruit of the Spirit and of righteousness. With that… Continue Reading…

A simple magnifying glass, aimed at the Sun, can produce a roaring fire in the kindling below it. So it is with the life focused on God’s Son. His light is brought into sharp power that ignites everyone around with God’s love and mercy. Today Ron Moore shares how we… Continue Reading…

A shadow has passed over humankind. It wasn’t the real thing but it caused us to seek the source of the eclipse. And in the finding we discovered true freedom. Today Ron Moore shows us that real thing—the shadow-maker—that transforms a darkened heart into the light of the world.

Freedom, as defined by our licentious culture, is a gilded cage. Rather than giving us the liberty to pursue God’s best, it makes us free from righteousness and slaves to sin. Today Ron Moore hands us the key that makes escape possible and soaring flight a reality.

Christian martyrdom was never the lot of the wavering. Neither is Christian growth. Today Ron Moore prepares us for both with a tutorial on building a strong altar for our living sacrifice.

God so loved the world that He sent His Son. Jesus, fully-God and fully-man, died on the cross as the penalty for our sin. When we trust in the Son, the Father accredits Christ’s righteousness to us and declares us “not guilty.” God the Spirit takes up residence in us and enables us to live a life that pleases God.


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