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  1. Hope for Your Work | Redeemer Sermons

    Dr. Timothy Keller | Sunday, October 25, 2009 | Titus 2:11-3:9

    Many people think that if you believe in a literal second coming of Christ, then you won’t care about improving this world at all.

    Yet, the Bible teaches the exact opposite.

    It is because Christians believe in a coming age without sin and injustice that they eagerly work in this world to bring about glimpses of the world to come.

    This belief influences everything a Christian does—including their work.

    Christians must not segregate their faith from their work, but must wrestle with the challenge of glorifying God in their vocations.

    Additional scriptural references made in this sermon are: Matthew 24:36; Proverbs 3:27; Ephesians 6:5-8; Colossians 1:10,18; 1 Corinthians 10:31; John 17:15-18.

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  2. Ways Christians are Being Politically Isolated: A Peculiar People

    Have you seen how Christians have been increasingly more isolated through the politicization of Biblical issues in which Christians can not bend? Christians have always been a peculiar people, so jump aboard this podcast express to discover the main scriptures they’re using to persecute Christians, as well as the scriptures that address how to deal with it.

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  3. This American Life: The Teenager’s Guide to God

    t’s an odd fact of religious life in America that in this country founded by Christians, in which a majority of people say they believe in God and identify themselves as Christians, that so many religious Christians feel they’re an oppressed minority. They say the media doesn’t share their values. That secular institutions undermine their beliefs. And the job of raising Christian children, they’ll tell you, is like trying to do God’s work from behind enemy lines. This week we’re devoting our whole show to the kids they’re struggling to bring up.

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