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What To Do With The Garbage - #2528
There is no reason to deal with the garbage of your life again. Not when Jesus Christ has shown you what to do with it. Bring all of that garbage up skull hill where it was already dealt with by Jesus, and leave it there.


Takes a Lickin', Keeps On Tickin' - #2786
If you can hang onto Jesus, if you could be like Jesus in this pain, you'll prove your faith is genuine first to yourself. You will have the deepest confidence in Jesus you've ever had because you've experienced what He can do when no one else can help. You'll also prove your faith is genuine to the people who are watching you, whose own relationship with Jesus may depend on how you weather this beating.


Staying Alive in a Game of "Killer" - #2803
You're spending a lot of time alone - at least emotionally; keeping things bottled up, you're feeling more depressed and isolated, you're farther from people, maybe even getting farther from God. Your heart is turning harder. Do you see what's happening? The devil is poisoning your close relationships to isolate you for the kill. Don't let it happen! Go back; build a bridge back to them; tear down whatever walls have started to develop, swallow your pride, if necessary.


A Healthy Appetite - #5919
God's Word is designed to be your anchor, the one thing that does not move when everything else is. God gave you His Word to be your flashlight to illuminate the ground you have to walk on today. It's your harbor where you can find God's peace in any storm. And in His words, God reveals your orders from heaven for this day.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Holiday With the Price Tag - #8277 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
As Memorial Day approaches, I remember when our family visited Arlington National Cemetery where the heroes of many of America’s wars are buried. The kids were young, but it was good for them to understand a little of what our way of life has cost. After looking at that sea of grave markers as far as the eye could see, our son said, “Dad, what do all those white things mean?” “In three words, son, freedom is expensive.”


Hitting People With Your Baggage - #2711
Maybe you're carrying a load of stress, or hurt, or frustration, or anger, or worry. It could be that the pain of your past keeps weighing you down. But the problem is that your baggage is hurting other people - who probably don't deserve it!


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Not So Beautiful Women - #8268 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Okay, hundreds of beautiful women were waiting to audition for a show called America’s Top Model. Suddenly they erupted in total bedlam that ended up with three people arrested, six people hurt and the street littered with shoes and clothing. One girl said, “It was pretty scary.” So, whatever like happened to beautiful?


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The List That Rules Your Life - #8266 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
There are way too many stories like this one in the news, but this one seemed colder and more brutal than most. A quiet man set out on a killing rampage, making his way across the miles to murder one family member or coworker after another. His final victim was himself. The police uncovered the list that ended in so much bloodshed. They said, “He kept a list of those who did him wrong.”


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Even Better Than Gold - #8252 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and the same day I was reading about the skyrocketing value of gold, I read in the Bible about something God says is even better than gold. You might be surprised what it is. It says, “For a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith–of greater worth than gold—may be proved genuine” (1 Peter 1:6-7 ).


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Chief and the Thief - #8247 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
He was known as one of the most respected Indian chiefs of his time; he had this unblemished reputation for being totally loving toward his people, but also totally just when it came to judging those who did wrong. He was troubled that someone from their village had been stealing pelts from his people. He let it be known that the thief would be tied to a stake in the middle of the village when the sun was high and beaten with twenty lashes of the whip. And then he set a trap to catch the thief.