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Barrigada, Guam

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One of the highlights of the KHMG program schedule, this program features the powerful preaching of Dr. Doug McLachlan (formerly of Fourth Baptist Church in Plymouth, Minnesota), currently a member of the Bible faculty at Northland Baptist Bible College in Dunbar, Wisconsin.

Language:

English


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Living Redemptively-April 30, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan continues his message “Joy of the Starving Soul.” Hungering and thirsting are critical to the human condition. Christians should be hungering and thirsting not after just a part of Jesus’ righteousness, but after the whole of it.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 29, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan begins a message titled “Joy of the Starving Soul” as he continues his series on the Beatitudes. The Christian must have an insatiable appetite for righteousness if they are to be filled with Christ’s richest blessings.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 28, 2015

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Today, Dr. McLachlan concludes his message “Blessedness of the Meek.” A final test of meekness is one’s attitude toward potential division. Those who are meek are actively striving to maintain Biblical unity in the church.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 27, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan keeps examining the beatitude of meekness. Today, he looks at the expression of meekness. Meekness is exhibited through one’s attitude toward his circumstances, toward the Word of God, and toward a brother who has sinned.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 23, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan begins a message titled “Blessedness of the Meek” as he continues his series on the beatitudes. He looks at the logical progression to meekness and then examines its linguistic properties. Meekness is power over power.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 22, 2015

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Today, Dr. McLachlan concludes the message “Blessedness of the Broken-hearted.” The cure for sorrow is comfort. The sources of this comfort are God, the Scriptures, the Holy Spirit and the family of God.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 21, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan keeps looking at the Beatitudes in his message “Blessedness of the Broken-hearted.” Supernatural sorrow is prompted by the Spirit of God. Supernatural sorrow includes sorrow for one’s sin and sorrow for the sins of one’s society.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 20, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan continues the “Blessedness of the Broken-hearted.” Unnatural sorrow is a wallowing in self-pity. Natural sorrow is native to human experience due to sin. This natural sorrow leads to many discoveries in life.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 17, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan begins a message on the “Blessedness of the Broken-hearted.” What causes one to weep reveals much about his character. The modern view of sin is superficial and calloused and Christians need to learn what it is to mourn over their sin.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 16, 2015

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Today, Dr. McLachlan concludes the message “Blessedness of the Destitute.” Being poor in spirit brings blessing because it transforms one’s position. God gives the poor in spirit authority, liberty and adequacy.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-April 15, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan continues looking at the “Blessedness of the Destitute.” When one becomes poor in spirit, it transforms his person. As one becomes poor in spirit he becomes more like God. One facet of the character of God is His humility.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-March 11, 2015

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In the conclusion of “The Forgiving Grace of God,” Dr. McLachlan continues examining God’s clemency. He explores three properties of clemency (contrast, cause and consequence) and then shares God’s purposes in it all.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 10, 2015

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After reviewing the great depravity of man, Dr. McLachlan reveals God’s gracious clemency, discussing its properties and purposes. He spends time expanding the term ‘iniquity’ and relates the passages to court proceedings.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 09, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan begins a message entitled “The Forgiving Grace of God.” Using Psalm 130 as his text, he introduces the two facets of these verses: man’s great depravity and God’s gracious clemency. Under man’s depravity we see perversity and iniquity.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 06, 2015

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Today, Dr. McLachlan finishes his look at Genesis 5. He completes the challenge of Enoch’s example to believers and reveals the challenging life characteristics of Noah.

Duration: 00:14:59


Living Redemptively-March 05, 2015

4/15/2015
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Dr. McLachlan reveals the sudden, shining glory found in Genesis 5. After all the surrounding gloom in the beginning of the chapter, listeners are challenged by the life of Enoch to lead a similar life of intimacy and consistency with God.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 04, 2015

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Briefly reviewing the facts regarding the surrounding gloom (source and substance) found in Genesis 5, Dr. McLachlan unfolds the fidelity of God and His Word versus the deformity in character of Satan.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 03, 2015

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Beginning another look at Genesis in a message called “The Second Stream,” Dr. McLachlan studies the line of Seth found in Genesis 5. He introduces the first of two facets of God’s truth found in this chapter: the surrounding gloom of sin.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-March 2, 2015

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Concluding the message “Formation of a Fallen Culture,” Dr. McLachlan reviews his previous points and introduces other contrasts between the sacrifices of Cain and Abel. The contrasts of identity, quality and of response from God are discussed.

Duration: 00:14:53


Living Redemptively-January 14, 2015

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Dr. McLachlan continues to expound on the message in Revelation to the church at Pergamos. He reveals the three commendations communicated having to do with their dwellings, devotions and defense.

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