Let us daily choose to serve God and put Him first in all aspects of our lives. When things of this world start to overshadow the things of God, let us reaffirm our commitment to put away false idols and serve the living god.
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The Russ Clodfelter Podcast
In this world dominated by fear and panic, it is time for the church to shine brighter than the darkness and bring the good news of Jesus Christ to a lost world.
Jesus tells us there is a price to pay to become one of His disciples. The rewards, however, are much greater than the costs.
God demands top spot in your priorities. Put him first in all you do, and the rest of your life will be set in the proper order.
The story of the woman at the well in John Chapter 4 reveals that the solution to the racial divide in our country is the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Russ preaches at Wallburg Baptist Church with a daily dose of God’s truth.
Ask and you will receive; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened. A special message on the Holy Trinity and a challenge towards the end.
Anything that overshadows or interferes with our relationship with God, whether it is health, money, security, our families, or our material possessions, is a false god. It’s time to bring the church back to our first love and stop wavering between two opinions. The Lord is God; let us follow him.
Do not let anger, hatred, malice, and unforgiveness have any place in your heart. These are the tools of Satan. Once the evil one puts them in your heart, they grow and grow until pride keeps us from reconciliation so that we have sinned twice.
Preaching from Matthew 6:19-27. When this world gets you down, there is no use to worry about anything. Live your life adding to your account in heaven, and do not lay up treasure on earth where it can be destroyed.
We have been bought at a price, and our lives are not our own, as well as our problems. Jesus has his hands out, and His saving grace is there to rescue us if we’ll keep our minds on Him.
We all have a ministry in this world, whether we know it or not. In our everyday conversation, the words we use might have a bigger impact on them than we realize.