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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - A Team Without a Huddle - #8116
Any team that hopes to win has to have regular huddles, right? Well, so does any marriage that hopes to win. The Bible asks this bottom-line question: “Can two people walk together without agreeing on the direction?” (Amos 3:3)

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Moving Day Without Notice - #4369
You know, we're all going to have one of those, no matter what the weather's like. On God's calendar is the day that we will all breathe our last - and keep our appointment with Him. As the Bible says, "Man is destined to die once, and after that to face judgment" (Hebrews 9:27). No reincarnation. No second chance. No do-over. Death, then judgment. It will be for each of us "moving day" - without notice.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - How to be Sure You'll Make it Home - #4761
There's a peace and security that is beyond words in knowing that death no longer has any hold over you. It is, in reality, a non-issue because of Jesus.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Daisy Chains - #4773
You're so immersed in your work, your family, your activities, even your church that you're missing the reason God has placed you where you are - to help some of the folks there be in heaven with you some day! To be sure, God must draw them to Himself, but His chosen deliverer of how to know Him is you. He won't be sending an angel to tell them what Jesus did for them on the cross. He's left that with you. You're their chance.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Most Important Arrangements You'll Ever Make - #4861
We generally try to avoid thinking about death as much as possible. Until we're looking in the casket at someone we've just lost. It's hard to look face-to-face at death like that and not think about, "Where will I be when it's me there?" This isn't about being morbid. It's about being ready. If I know I'm prepared for something that's coming up, I don't have to keep thinking about it. It's settled. There's nothing more critical for you to settle than your eternal destination. Avoiding those arrangements carries a price too high to pay.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Resting in an Awesome Room - #4889
Prayer is focusing all the unlimited power of the living God on one specific person or situation right here on earth. With that kind of access to the central power of God, there's no excuse for that worry, those moods, that spiritual mediocrity, all that stress you're carrying. You can turn loose all the power and love of the Most High God on that stuff!

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Verdict and the Penalty are Already In - #4731
The death the Bible talks about is not about your body. It's about your soul. It's about being separated from God throughout your life on earth and then horribly separated from Him forever, because He's a holy God and I'm anything but holy. You already know what living away from Him on earth is like: missing the love you were made for, a soul that's always restless and never satisfied, a life that may be full but isn't fulfilling, and an incurable emptiness deep down inside. But eternity without Him is much, much worse. It is, in fact, hell.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - How to Be Safe in Dangerous Times - #5285
You might say that God has a tide table; information that can actually help you avoid getting swamped by high tide. Because, according to the Bible, high tide is coming. The Bible refers to it as "the last days."

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Missing Pieces - #5531
We seem to be missing the meaning in it all; the purpose of why we're here. We wonder why there's never been enough love to fill the hole in our heart ... never any real, lasting peace inside. It's in those moments when we back off from just messing with the pieces for a moment and we stand back to look at the big picture. That's when we're most likely to discover what really matters and what really doesn't.