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The Effects of Erosion - #6569
Those flirtations are eroding you. Maybe you're walking along the sexual cliff saying, "Well, I don't plan to go all the way." Oh yeah, but you're being eroded. There are more lies in your life maybe than there used to be; recurring thoughts of sinful activity. Do you see what's happened? Slowly but surely you're going down.


Hammer in the Bible - a Christian perspective
God's Word is powerful--it can break down even the most powerful spiritual defenses. This verse reminds us of the consuming power of God's Word.


Heat in the Bible - a Christian perspective
The Bible teaches that the earth will be destroyed one day by fire, and that nothing will be able to withstand the heat. Knowing that the world will one day be destroyed and remade, it's our job to remain faithful to God while we live.


Wood in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Proverbs tells us that if we want a fire to go out we should stop feeding it wood. Likewise, if we want a quarrel to die down, we should gossiping.


Fire in the Bible: 1 Corinthians 3:10-15
The Bible uses this construction analogy to show us how we ought to live. Each believer is part of God's church, contributing our talents and efforts to the kingdom of God. But the work we do must be done with integrity and commitment, so that it will survive the "fire" of suffering and trials. If the foundation we build is solid, it will support generations of believers who come after us!


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Heores On The Fire Line - #9178 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
A reporter watching it said, “I don’t think they’re going to make it.” Well thankfully, choppers came in the nick of time with water and doused the flames. Later, the fire captain asked a whole big group of firefighters for volunteers to go back and fight that fire again. All 12 of those guys put their hands up. Here’s what the newscaster said about their heroism, “Once again they laid their lives on the narrow line between life and death.”