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Insight for Living Canada Daily Broadcast

Summary: In his down-to-earth and often humorous style, pastor Chuck Swindoll sheds practical light on the Bible to help you understand and apply God's Word in your everyday life.

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  • Artist: Chuck Swindoll - Insight for Living Canada
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 Revelation: God's Final Words, Part 3 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 9, 2012 - Aug 13, 2012 Revelation Somewhere between frightening and mysterious—that's the book of Revelation. It is notoriously considered the most difficult of all the Bible books…completely unique, full of symbols, and awesome in scope. Regrettably, Revelation has occasionally become the playground of religious eccentrics, fodder for prophecy “fanatics” who seem compelled to find in Revelation a detailed end-times timetable—right down to the very day of the Lord's return. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Revelation: God's Final Words, Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 9, 2012 - Aug 13, 2012 Revelation Somewhere between frightening and mysterious—that's the book of Revelation. It is notoriously considered the most difficult of all the Bible books…completely unique, full of symbols, and awesome in scope. Regrettably, Revelation has occasionally become the playground of religious eccentrics, fodder for prophecy “fanatics” who seem compelled to find in Revelation a detailed end-times timetable—right down to the very day of the Lord's return. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Revelation: God's Final Words, Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 9, 2012 - Aug 13, 2012 Revelation Somewhere between frightening and mysterious—that's the book of Revelation. It is notoriously considered the most difficult of all the Bible books…completely unique, full of symbols, and awesome in scope. Regrettably, Revelation has occasionally become the playground of religious eccentrics, fodder for prophecy “fanatics” who seem compelled to find in Revelation a detailed end-times timetable—right down to the very day of the Lord's return. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Message Mate: Revelation: God's Final Words | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Aug 9, 2012 - Aug 13, 2012 Revelation Somewhere between frightening and mysterious—that's the book of Revelation. It is notoriously considered the most difficult of all the Bible books…completely unique, full of symbols, and awesome in scope. Regrettably, Revelation has occasionally become the playground of religious eccentrics, fodder for prophecy “fanatics” who seem compelled to find in Revelation a detailed end-times timetable—right down to the very day of the Lord's return. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Jude: Manual for Survival, Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 7, 2012 - Aug 8, 2012 Jude Someone has correctly coined Jude's letter with the title “The Acts of the Apostates.” The primary apostates in the first century were the Gnostics, who embraced the philosophy that matter is inherently evil and spirit is inherently good. Such heresy was on the rise, producing and cultivating the idea that because the flesh is evil humans could do anything they liked, as no one is under any moral obligation to his or her physical body. In that day, this disregard for physical restraint was called antinomianism—in our day, hedonism. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Jude: Manual for Survival, Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 7, 2012 - Aug 8, 2012 Jude Someone has correctly coined Jude's letter with the title “The Acts of the Apostates.” The primary apostates in the first century were the Gnostics, who embraced the philosophy that matter is inherently evil and spirit is inherently good. Such heresy was on the rise, producing and cultivating the idea that because the flesh is evil humans could do anything they liked, as no one is under any moral obligation to his or her physical body. In that day, this disregard for physical restraint was called antinomianism—in our day, hedonism. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Message Mate: Jude: Manual for Survival | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Aug 7, 2012 - Aug 8, 2012 Jude Someone has correctly coined Jude's letter with the title “The Acts of the Apostates.” The primary apostates in the first century were the Gnostics, who embraced the philosophy that matter is inherently evil and spirit is inherently good. Such heresy was on the rise, producing and cultivating the idea that because the flesh is evil humans could do anything they liked, as no one is under any moral obligation to his or her physical body. In that day, this disregard for physical restraint was called antinomianism—in our day, hedonism. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 3 John: Three Men in a Church, Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 3, 2012 - Aug 6, 2012 3 John On only a few rare occasions does the New Testament lift the veil and allow us entrance into the inner and intimate workings of a particular local church. This letter is one of those choice moments…and it's an interesting scene! John singles out three men for observation and instruction. Gaius, Diotrephes, and Demetrius, while actual personalities in the early church, represent three types in the church today. We'll find much that is practical for our churches as we examine these 15 verses together. Pay close attention to each of these individuals. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 3 John: Three Men in a Church, Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Aug 3, 2012 - Aug 6, 2012 3 John On only a few rare occasions does the New Testament lift the veil and allow us entrance into the inner and intimate workings of a particular local church. This letter is one of those choice moments…and it's an interesting scene! John singles out three men for observation and instruction. Gaius, Diotrephes, and Demetrius, while actual personalities in the early church, represent three types in the church today. We'll find much that is practical for our churches as we examine these 15 verses together. Pay close attention to each of these individuals. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 Message Mate: 3 John: Three Men in a Church | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Aug 3, 2012 - Aug 6, 2012 3 John On only a few rare occasions does the New Testament lift the veil and allow us entrance into the inner and intimate workings of a particular local church. This letter is one of those choice moments…and it's an interesting scene! John singles out three men for observation and instruction. Gaius, Diotrephes, and Demetrius, while actual personalities in the early church, represent three types in the church today. We'll find much that is practical for our churches as we examine these 15 verses together. Pay close attention to each of these individuals. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

 2 John: A Letter to a Lady, Part 3 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jul 31, 2012 - Aug 2, 2012 2 John John's second letter is much less complicated than his first—perhaps because it's a personal and private letter. In it John mentioned “truth” five times and “love” four times. And both are key to understanding 2 John. John's desire was for “the chosen lady” who received this letter to maintain a balanced perspective on life: love and truth…practice and doctrine…walking and standing…accepting and rejecting. A balance we need to maintain today. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation

 2 John: A Letter to a Lady, Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jul 31, 2012 - Aug 2, 2012 2 John John's second letter is much less complicated than his first—perhaps because it's a personal and private letter. In it John mentioned “truth” five times and “love” four times. And both are key to understanding 2 John. John's desire was for “the chosen lady” who received this letter to maintain a balanced perspective on life: love and truth…practice and doctrine…walking and standing…accepting and rejecting. A balance we need to maintain today. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation

 2 John: A Letter to a Lady, Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jul 31, 2012 - Aug 2, 2012 2 John John's second letter is much less complicated than his first—perhaps because it's a personal and private letter. In it John mentioned “truth” five times and “love” four times. And both are key to understanding 2 John. John's desire was for “the chosen lady” who received this letter to maintain a balanced perspective on life: love and truth…practice and doctrine…walking and standing…accepting and rejecting. A balance we need to maintain today. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation

 Message Mate: 2 John: A Letter to a Lady | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Jul 31, 2012 - Aug 2, 2012 2 John John's second letter is much less complicated than his first—perhaps because it's a personal and private letter. In it John mentioned “truth” five times and “love” four times. And both are key to understanding 2 John. John's desire was for “the chosen lady” who received this letter to maintain a balanced perspective on life: love and truth…practice and doctrine…walking and standing…accepting and rejecting. A balance we need to maintain today. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation

 1 John: God's Life on Display, Part 3 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jul 26, 2012 - Jul 30, 2012 1 John It's easy to forget that John, one of Jesus' original 12 disciples, was responsible for five books in the New Testament. Of course, his most famous work is the Gospel of John. Next in popularity is his lengthy and intriguing book of prophecy, Revelation. Sandwiched between the two are three lesser-known letters revealing the heart and soul of this tender man of God. In this study, we will look at the first of the three books…a five-chapter letter appearing simple and uncomplicated yet, in reality, is both profound and complex. God's Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews-Revelation read more

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