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Why Many Christians Don’t Want A Christian Nation

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Scripture: Ezra 8
Topics: Doctrine of the Law,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

The reason why many Christians don’t actually want a Christian nation with Christian laws.

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Will Elon Musk Build A Private Army In Texas?

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Scripture: Ezra 1
Topics: Culture & Politics,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode of Theology Applied, Charles Haywood (The Worthy House) joins the show to discuss 1) The basis for his view of Foundationalism, 2) His prediction of Elon Musk building a 20,000 person private security unit (army) in Texas, and 3) The potential of a Donald Trump assassination attempt. *Ministry Sponsors:* The Psalms Project: To hear more music from …

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The 3 Enemies Of Christendom: Cowardice, Idleness, & Foolishness

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Scripture: Ezra 6:1-12
Topics: Church Unity, Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Discipleship,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

When God’s time has come for the accomplishing of his gracious purposes concerning his Church, he will raise up instruments to promote his purposes from even the most unlikely places. In the meantime, the Church must be diligent to avoid these three pitfalls: 1) Cowardice, 2) Idleness, and 3) Foolishness.

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America’s Desperate Need For Prophets & Princes.

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Scripture: Ezra 5
Topics: Church Unity, Spiritual Gifts,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Israel had two faithful ministers, Haggai and Zechariah, who encouraged the people to start building the temple again. These two men began to prophesy for God during the reign of Darius. The kingdom of God is built by prophecy – by hearing the Word of the Lord and responding in obedience. When God sends prophets among his people, we should …

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Caesar Is Not Enough | The Need For Christian Princes & Pastors

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Scripture: Ezra 1
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Discipleship, Culture & Politics,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Leaders from the families of Judah and Benjamin took the initiative. The priests and Levites were also among the first to head back to Zion. When God inspired Cyrus to proclaim freedom, the same divine influence moved both the political and pastoral leaders among the people of Israel to seize the opportunity (Zechariah 4:6). Despite tempting reasons to stay in …