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The Hammer In God's Hands - #5800
The hammer that hits us in our life can either break us or build us. If we'll turn to God when we're getting hit, looking for His purposes and His message, that hammer can build us into something we've never been before.
Major Gifts, Minor Glitches - #5799
You can complain about the manure, or you can be glad you've got an ox. You can gripe about the glitches or you can give thanks for the gifts. You can be negative because there's a mess, or you can be positive because that mess is the result of progress. And, as any highway construction people know, you can't have progress without having a mess.
The Shadow that Scares Us - #5798
If you don't belong to Jesus, death is a monster that should be feared. If you do belong to Him, then death becomes just a shadow because death is now your doorway to all that heaven offers you.
The High Cost of Forgetting - #5792
When we stop praising God, we start forgetting God. And when we forget the kind of God we have, we start wandering, we start getting hurt, and we are much more likely to take matters into our own hands, to panic, to get impatient, to get discouraged or to get depressed. But the more you train yourself to be a "praiser," the less mistakes you're going to make - the less regrets you're going to have.
Filled With the Good Stuff - #5791
Obedience isn't just agreeing with what God wants - it's doing it. And until God fills you with the knowledge of His will on this matter, don't move. When He does fill your heart, don't wait. By the way, don't forget that the unfolding of God's will is usually just the next step, not the whole plan. See, that will keep you close to Him day by day, waiting to see the next step.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Fully Guaranteed Promises - #8218 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and the gift card, of course, is only as good as the store behind it. And we’ve had reason to fear that some won’t be able to do it.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Shredding Memories - #8213 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Some people relive memories on New Year's Eve; some people make memories. But this past New Year's Eve, some people actually shredded their memories. New Yorkers and tourists were invited to bring bad memories from the old year to Times Square to be shredded. Some wrote "the stock market" or "cancer" on the piece of paper they shredded. One Yankees fan destroyed a poster of New York's longtime rival, the Boston Red Sox! One lady who shredded her boyfriend's e-mail telling her he was breaking up with her said, "This is the perfect way to move on from a bad year and a bad experience."
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Middle East Minefield - #8209 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and the focus of the news will shift every day to the hot-spot du jour. But the spotlight of God, the Lord of history, is always focused on the Middle East. It's where God planted the people He chose.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Miss or Mr. Right - #8206 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and there is a lonelier lonely than being single. That’s being married to the wrong person. That’s one of the loneliest feelings in the world. And you don't have to be a senior in college to panic and make a choice that will ultimately yield great disappointment and unhappiness.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - What God's Up To In Crazy Times - #9195 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Maybe you remember when a major earthquake shook the San Francisco area back in 1989. It was strong enough to break the Bay Bridge and create traffic headaches for months. The Golden Gate Bridge literally has one leg on the San Andreas Fault, but it was undamaged by the same quake. The reason? The Bay Bridge was built rigid all the way through. The Golden Gate is solidly anchored, but it’s built to flex when there’s a whole lot of shakin’ going on.