The Journey with Ron Moore

When Christ comes again or when we make that last journey from death to life, we will finally be home.

Between the assurance of eternal life for followers of Christ, and certain judgment for unbelievers, there is a yield sign… the last warning for earth’s travelers, placed there by a loving God. On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore looks at that road marker and the consequences of ignoring it.

What kind of man is entrusted with the deepest mystery of the ages… the closing acts of earth’s history? On today’s program, Ron Moore answers that question and begins to unravel the mystery that was entrusted to John, son of Zebedee.

It’s described as the most frightening book in the Bible.  Its majestic scenes and descriptive prose at once thrill and humble the soul. Today, Ron Moore begins a survey of this, the last book of the Bible, not merely to inform and enlighten but to change your life for good.

Let’s not leave it to our culture to teach us how to die. God’s Word is the only place we find the promise of eternal life.

With broken hearts, tearful eyes, and quivering lips, we acknowledge that God is the giver of our first breath and the one who determines our last.

Stumbling at the end is a danger for everyone. Unfortunately, last impressions are enduring ones.

Pressed into a corner, wounded and weak, is the last place you want to be.  But it may be the first place where God can truly use you. Ron Moore explains in just a moment.

Mark 13:30-31 Truly I tell you, this generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened. Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away. The temple was a magnificent structure. Then one day in AD 70, the Roman army rolled into town… Continue Reading…

Luke 10:23-24 Then he turned to his disciples and said privately, “Blessed are the eyes that see what you see. For I tell you that many prophets and kings wanted to see what you see but did not see it, and to hear what you hear but did not hear… Continue Reading…

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