The Journey with Ron Moore

When all your religious, economic and creature comforts have been stripped away, what will remain? The answer to that question will determine your comfort, or lack thereof, in eternity. Ron Moore shares the only security that is true and lasting solace, in the midst of utter desolation.

Riding high on the spiritual fence is a dangerous exercise. There’s a false sense of security up there when a fatal tumble is a more likely outcome. In this half-hour, Ron Moore issues a challenge to the fence rider, and that challenge comes straight from the mouth of Jesus.

Jesus once told a story about a man whose ground produced a good crop. The man was already wealthy; his barns were full. But instead of generosity, he practiced greed. He tore down his barns and built bigger ones. He was focused on his own security.

As we approach forks in the road, He warns us of the dangerous path and guides us along the right way. God’s Word is light for the journey.

That’s what happens when wealth is our security. We start believing in the god of money and begin the long slippery slide to the bottom of the slope.

More certain than an eastern sunrise…surer than the foundations of earth…that is the hope to which we are anchored in Christ. Ron Moore details our security and its evidence.

Is it because we can’t or won’t trust God that we place our trust in all this other stuff? I believe there is a big lesson to learn from Israel’s king, Ahaziah.

How would you like to be free? Truly free to live your life with significance and purpose, free from fear and from guilt. On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore speaks from experience and scripture to share the security of God’s promised liberty in Christ.

More certain than an eastern sunrise…surer than the foundations of earth…that is the hope to which we are anchored in Christ. Ron Moore details our security and its evidence.

Psalm 119:25-32 ד Daleth I am laid low in the dust; preserve my life according to your word. I gave an account of my ways and you answered me; teach me your decrees. Cause me to understand the way of your precepts, that I may meditate on your wonderful deeds…. Continue Reading…

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