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  1. Ep3: Your Smartphone and Your Prayer Life - OMF | UK

    Prayer is absolutely foundational in the life of a Christian. It’s the key to seeing God move in the lives and situations of the people we are praying for. Therefore, prayer is the most important activity we can engage in to see the Gospel advance through the world. Prayer can be hard though – there’s …

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  2. Core Christianity: How Important Is Studying Theology?

    Episode 415 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer caller questions.

    Key questions answered in today’s show:

    1. In the Bible it says we need to give an account for every thought, word, and deed? If there is no condemnation in Christ, why do we need to give an account for that? And what kind of account do we have to give? 2. At the institution of the Lord’s supper, Jesus said, "this is my body," and "this is my blood," in reference to the bread and wine. So, are we eating the actual body and blood of Christ when we partake of the Lord’s supper? 3. Why do you think studying theology is practical? 4. How can I have a close relationship with God? When I was part of a church that ministered to widows, I was amazed at how close some of them seemed to God. They just seemed to have a strong love and sense of his care for them. What do you think makes for a close relationship with God?  5. Does the Bible have anything to say about cremation? Resources  by Michael Horton  by Michael Horton Request our latest special offers  or call 1-833-THE-CORE (833-843-2673) to request them by phone.

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  3. J. Gresham Machen’s Response to Modernism | Desiring God

    The Tragic End and the Institutions

    On New Year’s Eve, 1936, in a Roman Catholic hospital in Bismarck, North Dakota, J. Gresham Machen was one day away from death at the age of 55. It was Christmas break at Westminster…

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  4. Jonathan Edwards: The Use of Your Time - Steve Lawson

    Jonathan Edwards wanted his present life to be shaped by what would be most important upon entering heaven. Whatever is important there in heaven, must dominate the landscape of my life now. In this sermon Steve Lawson goes over some of the Resolutions that Jonathan Edwards wrote when he was only 18 and 19 years old.


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  5. Summer Jaeger / Sheologians

    Pre-order Ethan Nicolle’s (of the Babylon Bee) newest book "Brave Ollie Possum" and get it 10% off here:

    For more about Summer, visit

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