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Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, trusted pastor, Dr. Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.

Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, trusted pastor, Dr. Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.
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Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, trusted pastor, Dr. Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.

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Episodes

The Justice Of God Part 1

5/24/2019
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Medieval art portrays the afterlife with saints in glory above and sinners in torment below. Hell is seen as a place of fire, the place the lost will inhabit for eternity. But hell is no longer taken seriously in our “enlightened” age. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:31

The Unchanging God Part 4

5/23/2019
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Some ask if God has relaxed His standards in the New Testament. No. The book of Hebrews says that “our God is a consuming fire.” Knowing what He’s done for us through Christ, we should expose every dark corner of our lives to the light, allowing us to serve God with cleansed hearts. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Unchanging God Part 3

5/22/2019
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Many people think God is more tolerant now than He was in the days of Old Testament Israel. Christians don’t stone people for sin like the Hebrews did. So has God changed? In this message, we learn that God has not changed His mind toward sin. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Unchanging God Part 2

5/21/2019
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There’s a difference between Old Testament regulations and New Testament commands. The New Testament fulfills the requirements of the Old, and introduces a new category of people known as the church. But through it all, God has not changed. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Unchanging God Part 1

5/20/2019
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In the Old Testament, God seems harsh. In the New Testament, He is sometimes seen as a God of love. Many people wonder if a kinder, gentler God emerged after Jesus came. But God has actually never changed in His attributes, or in His opposition to sin. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:35

The Death Of God Part 3

5/17/2019
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Before Jesus voluntarily gave His life, He said, “It is finished.” There are no sufferings we could undertake to remove sin’s penalty. Only the perfect sacrifice of Jesus could do that. The death of Jesus gives life to all who believe. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:31

The Death Of God Part 2

5/16/2019
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If you’re a dad and your son is gravely ill in the hospital, you would do anything to trade places and bear your son’s pain. The same is true for God the Father. When His Son Jesus agonized on the cross, God felt the pain His Son was enduring, knowing that Jesus was paying the price for our sin. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Death Of God Part 1

5/15/2019
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The death of Jesus on a Roman cross is the turning point of history. That act of obedience to the Father provided salvation to all who believe on His Son. Jesus said, “There is no greater love than a man lay down His life for His friends.” Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Tri-Unity Of God Part 4

5/14/2019
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“I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” These shocking words in John 14 state that, without Jesus, there is no way to have eternal life. But how does this relate to the Trinity? Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Tri-Unity Of God Part 3

5/13/2019
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The relationship between the Father and the Son is crucial for understanding Christianity. Because of the Father’s love, Jesus came and died as a sacrifice to satisfy God’s justice so that guilty sinners can be forgiven. That is an expression of love that can never be fully understood. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:35

The Tri-Unity Of God Part 2

5/10/2019
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How do the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit relate to each other? There’s great mystery here, but the Bible gives us direction in understanding this. Let’s clarify their roles, focusing first on how Jesus, God’s Son, spoke of His Father in heaven. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:31

The Tri-Unity Of God Part 1

5/9/2019
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God is incomprehensible. He is so vast that our tiny minds cannot fathom His immensity. Theologians have wrestled with the nature of God for centuries, trying to sort out how the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit relate to each other. But it’s not a problem to be solved; it’s a mystery at which we marvel. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Decrees Of God Part 3

5/8/2019
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To ask why God does what He does is to go where angels fear to tread. Paul wrote, “How unsearchable are His judgments, and His ways past finding out.” God’s purposes are unable to be thwarted. We must learn to accept His sovereignty and obey His commands. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Decrees Of God Part 2

5/7/2019
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Though many scheme their way to power in politics, it is actually God who sets up the leaders of nations. History has been called “His story,” and rightly so. God’s decrees determine and structure history, even the rising and falling of governments. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Decrees Of God Part 1

5/6/2019
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Long before any of us were born, the life-giving God set His creation in motion. These creative actions were grounded in His eternal decisions. Theologians call these decisions “decrees,” non-negotiable orders God laid down—which govern creation, redemption, and history. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:35

The Omniscience Of God Part 3

5/3/2019
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The complexity of the human body is awe-inspiring. We take for granted that we each have some 34 trillion cells, each one packed with volumes of information. As our amazing Creator, God knows us completely. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:31

The Omniscience Of God Part 2

5/2/2019
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Psalm 139 tells us that God knows everything. Nothing is hidden from His gaze, even the children who inhabit their mothers’ wombs. In this Psalm, we rejoice that God cared for us even before we were born. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Omniscience Of God Part 1

5/1/2019
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As kids, we would play “hide and seek.” God does not need to play such games. By virtue of His perfect knowledge and His all-present nature, He knows our location and even our thoughts. He has an exhaustive knowledge of all things, both actual and potential. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

Duration:00:14:34

The Eternality Of God Part 4

4/30/2019
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God knows that believers cannot fully comprehend His eternality. The eternal God, according to His grace, watches over us during our brief spans of life. Psalm 90 tells about His provision, helping us persevere until we see Him face to face. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

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The Eternality Of God Part 3

4/29/2019
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In Psalm 90, Moses wrote, “From everlasting to everlasting you are God.” He compares God’s eternality to our short spans of life, reminding us to “number our days that we may gain a heart of wisdom.” Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)

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