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GraceNotes: Growing In Graciousness (October 12, 2018)

10/12/2018
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If grace were just for me, and not God’s gift to all in need, I might rejoice in my solo salvation and never be a different soul. But “the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all” (Titus 2:11)—for every individual, yes—but also for the whole of us as Jesus’ faithful way to live with and forgive each other. Grace truly known always grows into graciousness: the living shows we’re starting to perceive how great the gift is. When I extend the grace of God, I take it deeper in my...

Duration:00:01:21

GraceNotes: Unmerited (October 5, 2018)

10/5/2018
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We search—in vain—for things in us that might cause God to gift us grace. It couldn’t be our good behavior; perhaps our good intentions? Perhaps our hot/cold love for God on one day stirred Him to extend the mercy we must have? No; no; and no. Grace has no market counterpart—no trade, no barter, no equivalence. It’s Jesus’ sovereign choice to give us what we didn’t earn, we don’t deserve, and on bad days, we even spurn. Our only claim on Christ is on His unforced choice to love those He...

Duration:00:01:17

Gerald Kingbeil: The Numbers Game (October 2018)

10/1/2018
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In Other Words is the opinion page of Adventist Review staff: wide ranging, as befits the thinking of a group spanning multiple generations and encompassing more than half a dozen nationalities; spiritually earnest, as reflecting the thinking of a team of mature Christian professionals in areas as varied as journalism and technology, education and business, biblical studies and theology; sometimes lighthearted, always relevant. Gerald Kingbeil is the associate editor of the Adventist World...

Duration:00:04:55

Digging Deeper: The Judgment (October 2018)

9/28/2018
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God’s Judgment of the Living - Once upon a time people thought of God and Santa Claus somewhat alike, except for Santa’s “making a list and checking it twice.” God was nice, they claimed; but lists and checks are too judgmental. Today’s news shows how long evil can stay hidden. People are relieved that there are records that help condemn the wicked and free the just after years and decades of oppression, abuse and suffering. It’s no different with God. He, too, has carefully kept records....

Duration:00:30:24

What About The Environment? (October 2018)

9/28/2018
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Reminiscent of the time when part of a family physician’s modus operandi was visiting patients in their homes, “House Call”—a regular column in Adventist Review magazine provides evidenced-based and biblically sound health-related counsel to AR readers and now listeners. Drs. Peter N. Landless and Zeno L. Charles-Marcel, both board certified physicians address physical and emotional concerns from a whole-person health-care perspective—as well as offer the added benefits of biblical wisdom....

Duration:00:16:15

GraceNotes: Unlimited (September 28, 2018)

9/27/2018
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There is no grudging in God’s grace—no “Alright, this one time” or “Even though you don’t deserve it.” He never makes forgiveness hang on promises to not sin again. “He knows our frame,” the Scriptures say: “He remembers we are dust.” And all our promises—like those who made them—are dusty, broken, unreliable. God forgives as only a Father can—more eager to restore the relationship than recall the rebellion; more focused on what we may become than what we did to wound Him. Grace flows to us...

Duration:00:01:33

Global View: Truth For Today (October 2018)

9/24/2018
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Global View is a column of biblical and spiritual encouragement urging listeners to stay close to Christ and His Word as they carry out His mission for the world through the Holy Spirit pointing people to Christ’s soon coming. Ted N.C. Wilson is president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. www.adventistworld.org

Duration:00:08:49

GraceNotes: Journey To Joy (September 21, 2018)

9/21/2018
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On our best days, we fall far short of our inspiring goals. We say the angry words, repeat the wicked gossip, upset the ones we’re pledged to love. And were it not for grace, our story is an endlessly repeating tale of good intentions and bad performances. But grace upends what keeps us mired in our sins, for grace proclaims release from guilt, redemption from our foolishness. We get a new and wonderful reset each time we come to Jesus. The slate is cleaned; the record washed; the sins...

Duration:00:01:32

GraceNotes: The Hiddenness of Grace (September 14, 2018)

9/14/2018
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When grace has lived a while in us, we wake one day to learn how much we’ve changed, how everything is different. We speak new kindness to the ones who mock us, or who irritate our peace. We listen well to those who never seemed worth hearing. We find our hearts have been enlarged, with room for those we feared or scorned. This is the sign of Jesus living in us, and yes, we never saw it coming. Christ changes every heart He owns, replacing stoniness with love. We get the double blessing of...

Duration:00:01:07

Journeys With Jesus: Feelings or Faith? (September 2018)

9/12/2018
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"Journeys with Jesus" is an intimate, personal look at the walk we all have with our Savior. Inspirational, heart-tugging, thought-provoking vignettes of life's journey and life's decisions. Most of all, it points us to our Father, our Friend, as the Source of all wisdom, comfort, and peace.

Duration:00:04:07

GraceNotes: More About Jesus (September 7, 2018)

9/7/2018
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You’d think sometimes it was an opera about us: “I was sinking deep in sin . . . ” “I’m a pilgrim, and I’m a stranger. . . ” “Just as I am, without one plea . . . ” But grace is always, first and last, an anthem about Jesus—His deep kindness; His strong arm; His refusal to give up on us. The song that saints and angels sing is no dull aria on how heroically we battled sin, what we did to earn our stars, or when we shunned a second slice of pie. It’s the whispered wonder from the angels...

Duration:00:01:33

Stephen Chavez: Seasoned and Lit (September 2018)

9/4/2018
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In Other Words is the opinion page of Adventist Review staff: wide ranging, as befits the thinking of a group spanning multiple generations and encompassing more than half a dozen nationalities; spiritually earnest, as reflecting the thinking of a team of mature Christian professionals in areas as varied as journalism and technology, education and business, biblical studies and theology; sometimes lighthearted, always relevant. Stephen Chavez is the assistant editor of the Adventist Reveiw...

Duration:00:03:57

ViewPoint: Spirit-led (September 2018)

9/4/2018
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Bill Knott is the Executive Editor of Adventist Review Ministries, the publisher of Adventist Review and Adventist World magazines. He shares his unique outlook on life, from a Christian's perspective in the editorial page of the Adventist Review magazine called ViewPoint.

Duration:00:04:55

Searching The Obvious - The Recital (September 2018)

8/31/2018
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"Where can I go from your spirit? Or where can I flee from your presence?” (Psalm 139:7, NRSV) “Searching the Obvious” focuses on how the Holy Spirit is ever active in our surroundings and in our lives, urging us to serve others. Personal stories challenge the reader to be mindful of our Christian Walk, recognize our own fallibility and slow down to ‘search the obvious’, the active presence of the Holy Spirit ever always around us.

Duration:00:07:15

Cliff's Edge: The Love of the Truth (September 2018)

8/31/2018
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For about 25 years now, the Adventist Review has been publishing Clifford Goldstein’s column. Called Cliff’s Edge, it deals with a host of issues regarding faith, theology, philosophy, science and just about anything else he can think of that he thinks is relevant and faith-affirming.

Duration:00:04:36

GraceNotes: Grace Awakenings (August 31, 2018)

8/31/2018
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For every “rock the road” conversion on the highway to Damascus, there are a dozen quiet stories where grace gently, slowly lights our lives—like sunrise. Don’t pine for big-time drama, voices thundering at noon, or temporary blindness. Your grace may simply be ascendant hope because you learn that you are loved: what joy to know that darkness grips your life no more! As day comes on and shadows flee, we learn by hours how to live free. Christ gives His light uniquely for our moments in the...

Duration:00:01:16

Water: Facts, Fiction, and Fraud (September 2018)

8/31/2018
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Reminiscent of the time when part of a family physician’s modus operandi was visiting patients in their homes, “House Call”—a regular column in Adventist Review magazine provides evidenced-based and biblically sound health-related counsel to AR readers and now listeners. Drs. Peter N. Landless and Zeno L. Charles-Marcel, both board certified physicians address physical and emotional concerns from a whole-person health-care perspective—as well as offer the added benefits of biblical wisdom....

Duration:00:24:08

Digging Deeper: Are The Dead Really Dead? (September 2018)

8/30/2018
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Is it true, after all that life’s two great certainties are death and taxes? Taxes, we know, involve different brackets for different income levels. Some people think it should be the same for death, with nicer people getting nicer brackets in death. In this Adventist Review podcast, fine arts specialist Giselle Hasel, theologian Lael Caesar and psychologist Grant Leitma comment on “near death experiences”, links between death and the occult, and the role of death and its mysteries in arts...

Duration:00:35:06

Global View: Every True Disciple a Missionary (September 2018)

8/27/2018
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Global View is a column of biblical and spiritual encouragement urging listeners to stay close to Christ and His Word as they carry out His mission for the world through the Holy Spirit pointing people to Christ’s soon coming. Ted N.C. Wilson is president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. www.adventistworld.org

Duration:00:09:59

GraceNotes: Grace Moved By Love (August 24, 2018)

8/24/2018
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The motive for the grace of God is nothing other than the love of God. It's His unquenchable affection that moves Him to continually arrest our flickering attention; warm our icy hearts; heal our self-inflected wounds; and wash away our sins. Grace isn't given to make us lovable or acceptable, but because we have been, are now, and always will be deeply loved. The prodigal was loved before he repented and came home-and even if he spurned the Father's marvelous forgiveness-for love is how the...

Duration:00:01:06