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Jim and Denise Kerwin on Pilgrim's Progress
with Pastor Ray Greenley on WAVA-AM (Washington, DC)
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Finest of the Wheat Teaching Fellowship
Third Quick Update from Jim in Romania
I’m just finishing a third week of ministry here in Romania, with visits to churches small and large, and a second very successful and well-received conference. After a four-hour round-trip on Monday to teach for four hours at a Bible institute, I'll return to my Romanian home base about 10 PM to finish packing, grab all-too-few hours of sleep, and leave for the airport at what my military friends call “o'dark thirty.” I'm ready to come home, and if things go as planned, this episode will “go live” to the Internet while I'm westbound over the Atlantic on Tuesday 10/15/13. Soon I'll be catching up on my postings to KernelsOfWheat.com/facebook; but the ministry opportunities here have kept me too busy to post for the last ten days or so.
This Podcast's Background
The topic — conscience — which National Prayer Chapel’s Pastor Ray Greenley began on the 7/23 broadcast of the Pilgrim’s Progress radio program, evolved into our discussion on 7/24 about how the conscience is awakened. In this episode we conclude this three-parter, looking at how an awakened conscience caused Christian (formerly Graceless) to flee the City of Destruction, and how it should cause modern believers to do the same!
Scriptures Mentioned Include…
- Romans 7:22
- Romans 8:7
- 1 John 3:4
- Luke 9:62
- Proverbs 26:16
- Isaiah 57:15
- Isaiah 66:2
- 2 Samuel 11
- 2 Samuel 12:1-14
- Psalm 51
- Luke 18:9-14
- John 5:14
- John 8:11
- The kickoff broadcast/podcast in this three-part series focused on the topic of Conscience — KernelsOfWheat.com/b7
- Part 2, Awakening the Conscience, was our previous episode — KernelsOfWheat.com/b8.
- The National Prayer Chapel website
- The Finest of the Wheat website
- The Finest of the Wheat Faceboook page (mentioned above)
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Podcast theme music: “Steam Train” from the John Williams album Dusty Porch, under license from Magnatune.com.