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Ezekiel Series

I have a friend who struggles series

Old Testament

Old Testament

Including Dr Andrew Corbett’s epic series on the Book and Prophet Jeremiah
  Ecclesiastes   
Part 1
Why Wealth Does Not Always Bring Significance
Part 2
Why Fame Does Not Always Bring Significance
Part 3
Why Pleasure Does Not Always Bring Significance
Part 4
Why Few People End Their Lives With Significance 
     
 
Lessons From The Life Of Moses
 
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“I Can’t”
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  The Judges of Israel  
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How God Uses People
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  The Prophet Samuel  
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The Word of God was Rare
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A Prophet is Born 
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Prophets and Kings 
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Two Kinds of Kings 
     
  King David  
Part 1
David’s Calling
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David’s Challenge 
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David’s Courtship 
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David’s Career 
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David’s Cave 
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David’s Compassion 
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David’s Covenants
     
  The Kings of Israel  
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  Journey Through The Psalms  
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  Proverbial Wisdom   
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Getting Wisdom
 
Part 1
Wisdom and Planning
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Wisdom and Prosperity 
Part 3
Wisdom and Parenting 
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Wisdom and Piety 
     
 
Isaiah, The Statesman Prophet
 
Part 1
The Pain of God
Part 2
The Presence of God 
Part 3
The Pronouncements of God 
Part 4
The Promise of God
Part 5
The Plan of God 
Part 6
The Pascal of God 
Part 7
The People of God 
 
The Book of Jeremiah 
 
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EZEKIEL
 
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DANIEL
 
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Going Astray
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As A Shepherd Cleans His Cloak of Vermin
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Memphis Blues
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The Queen of Heaven’s Women
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How Soon We Forget
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My Words Will Surely Stand Against You
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Do Not Seek Great Things For Yourself
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Jeremiah’s Painful Vindication
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You Don’t Have To Be From Egypt To Be Egyptian
The Top 10 Proven Keys To Living A Balanced Life

 

The Holy Spirit Series

The King's Speech

Various Audio

Topical Audios

Enjoy our series on The Church, The Beauty Project, Our God and more

 
Welcome Home
 
 
Open Home
 
Helping Make Life Better
 
 
Better Relationships
 
Helping Make Life Better
 
 
Better Relationships
 
Discipline
 
 
The 4 Leadership Disciplines
 
Mankind’s Unanswered Questions
 
   
 
God and Sexuality
 
   
 
Salt & Light
 
 
God Saves Sinners
 
Rocky and Sandy
 
 
The Tale Of Rocky And Sandy
 
Mothering
 
 
The Purpose Driven Mother
 
Walking Like Enoch
 
 
Walking Like Enoch
 
What Christians Believe
 
 
What Do Christians Believe
 
Q & A With Dr. A
 
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Q&A 2014 Part 1
Part 6
Q&A 2014 Part 2
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Q&A 2015
 
I Have A Friend Who Struggles WIth
 
Part 1
Depression
Part 2
Loneliness
Part 3
Disappointment
Part 4
Motivation
 
5 Reasons To Keep On Going
 
 
5 Good Reasons To Keep On Going
 
Volunteering Greatness
 
 
Volunteering Greatness
 
Saving Mr Banks and Walter Mitty
 
 
Saving Mr Banks and Walter Mitty
 
Christianity’s 5 Biggest Controversies
 
 
Christianity’s 5 Biggest Controversies
 
5 Steps To A More Enjoyable Life
 
 
5 Steps To A More Enjoyable Life
 
5 Mistakes Not To Avoid
 
 
5 Mistakes Not To Avoid
 
Integrity
 
 
A Man Of Integrity
 
Days Of Creation
 
 
What Day Is It?
 
In The Spirit
 
 
Life In The Spirit
 
I Doubt
 
Part 1
Why Doubt Can Be Helpful
Part 2
God
Part 3
The Bible
Part 4
Christianity
 
Different
 
Part 1
Being Different In A World of Sameness
 
Itching Ears
 
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Exegeting itching Ears
  Sex And Spirituality  
Part 1 Introducing the connection between sexuality and spirituality ListenListen
Part 2 Failing and faithfulness ListenListen
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Part 4 Sex, Spirituality, and World Religions ListenListen
     
 
Fatherhood
 
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Fathers, Sons, Daughters
 
Christianity Vs Religion
 
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Christianity Vs Religions
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Christianity vs Cults
     
 
Life’s Toolkit
 
Part 1
How to Pray
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How to Make Decisions
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How to Be Happy
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How to Live Life
     
 
God Series
 
Part 1
God’s Attributes
Part 2
God’s Acts
Part 3
God’s Characteristics
     
 
Live Discussions
 
Part 1
Dealing With Regret
Part 2
How To Find Peace
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How To Be An Inspirational Person
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5 Things That You Think Are Bad For You That Actually Arent
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Our 5 Greatest Fears & How To Overcome Them
     
 
Novel Doubt
 
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Novel Doubt
     
 
Christmas Special
 
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Christmas Message
     
 
The Beauty Project
 
Part 1
Beauty in Art
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Beauty in Poety
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Beauty in Stories
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Beauty in Music
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Beauty in People
     
 
The Church
 
Part 1
Introduction To The Church
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The Worship of the Church – Enthroning
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The Community of the Church – Encouraging
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The Equipping of the Church – Empowering
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The Evangelism of the Church – Engaging
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How The Church Ensembles
     
 
Proofs For God
 
   
  Why Creation by God is Scientifically Credible Listen
 
The Bible for Left-Handers
 
   
     
 
What Would Jesus Do?
 
   
     
 
Marriage
 
 
About Marriage, featuring Andrew & Kim Corbett
 

Marriage As God Intended

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Our God…
 
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Our God Blesses
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Our God Speaks
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Our God Heals
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Our God Saves
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Our God Delivers
     
 
Dinner With An Atheist PM
 
   
     
 
Servanthood
 
 
     
 
Life Is Good if
 
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God’s Firsts
 
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Q & A With Dr. A
 
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Tough Issues Christians Disagree on
 
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Where are the dead?
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Eternal Judgment?
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Religion & Politics
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What happened in the beginning?
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Is there ever such a thing as a “Just War”?
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End Times. Last Days. What the Bible allegedly says about the future!
     
 
Influencing Your World
 
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Developing a Spiritual Mind
 
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The Big Questions we ask
 
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Our House
 
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Reconciliation
 
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The Wonder of it all
 
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The Bible
 
Part 1
Reading the Bible
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Meditating on the Bible
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Memorising the Bible
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Studying the Bible
     
 
Great Conversions in the Bible
 
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Discovering Purpose for Your Life
 
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Discovering Your Purpose

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Impossible Faith

Some people find faith in God to be impossible. These people have reasons for their impossible faith. Their objections may be intellectual, moral, or emotional. There are three well-known figures who each exemplify each of these objections to faith in God. Charles Darwin, Thomas Hardy and Bob Hawke each respectively held these particular objections to Christianity.

The Reliability of The Bible and How Best To Interpret It

The Bible is the most influential book of all time. It’s contents have changed the course of history. It’s story has formed the pattern for all the great literary classics. It also makes the astounding claim that it is the uniquely authoritative revelation from God and therefore has the authority to command our moral behaviour. But if the Bible is not reliable, then its claims are indefensible and Christianity is without foundation! Yet despite this glaring vulnerability, the Bible has withstood rigorous scrutiny and repeated attempts to refute it. Here’s why it is indeed reliable.

What Is Heaven Like?

I honestly used to think that Christianity was all about having the assurance of going to Heaven. But as I learned more about the Gospel and the teaching of Jesus of Nazareth I became curious about the relative scarcity of references to Heaven in the Bible. Yet, while my understanding of the place of Heaven in my Gospel proclamation has been refined, some God-Channel evangelists have headed in the other direction and made Heaven central to their Gospel. Some of these evangelists now even claim to have the spiritual power to make repeated visits there!

Presumably God, the Supreme Being, has a supremely beautiful home, in a supremely magnificent neighbourhood. Amazingly, God invites mankind to move into His neighbourhood- for eternity! But what is Heaven like? Is it possible, as some are now claiming, that we can visit Heaven? While I am going to lead readers to conclude that Heaven is not the Gospel’s focus, if it is the only reason someone is motivated to convert to Christ, then we should rejoice!

The Tragedy of Suicide – And How We Can Help

Suicide hurts. It is motivated by pain, but causes much greater pain. For those affected by suicide the guilt and anguish it produces is almost unbearable. But since suicide is in the Bible, how can we know that it is wrong? How should we regard the sinfulness of suicide? Is it unforgiveable? How can we help avoid suicide? What should those affected by it know after its happened?

The funeral celebrant rang me to warn me. He was used to dealing with sensitive situations but this one had a few extra layers of complexity. He decided to get me involved. He outlined the story to me and then told me the purpose of his call. When a loved one dies there is often a measure of guilt for those left behind. But when the death is caused by suicide that guilt is compounded. Suicide hurts. The funeral celebrant told me that a young man with a diagnosed mental illness, who had professed Christianity, had taken his own life and his devout mother (who we will call “Betty”) was devastated. The celebrant told me that Betty would ring because her guilt was beyond his expertise due to her Biblical understanding of suicide.

True For You But Not True For Me

Have you ever heard someone say, “That may be true for you but it’s not true for me!” It’s the kind of sentiment which might be appropriately limited to our experiences and our emotional responses to them, but it can not be true about those issues which effect us all, known as universals. These include what we consider to be morally right or wrong, whether a fact is true or false,  or whether we should regard something as either good or bad. For example, one of the universal laws that is not subject to personal opinion is gravity. Someone may disagree with it, but their disagreement doesn’t change its reality.

The kind of judgment needed to distinguish right from wrong, true from false, or good from bad, must allow for those things which are universal and thus common to all. This kind of truth, what Francis Schaeffer called ‘true truth’ is also not subject to context, circumstances, popularity, or fashion (Beckworth & Koukl 1998, 20). Neither is it restricted to a time or place. Thus, what can be known as true has generally been acknowledged as such down through the ages by various peoples located in different parts of the world. Philosophers refer to this kind of truth as…

How To Handle A Crisis

The definition of a crisis is a calamity or event which disrupts a person’s sense of well- being and lifestyle. It is generally short term and requires immediate action in order to restore balance and control in the person’s life.  The results of crisis are: anxiety, bewilderment, confusion, desperation, anger, helplessness and even apathy. There is an increased sense of dependency upon others, a sense of urgency, and decreased efficiency in decision making and performance. The account of Judah being sieged by the Assyrians in Second Chronicles 32, involves all the aspects of a crisis. The major distinctive is that it involves a nation of people rather than just one person. The “helper” in this instance was their leader – King Hezekiah.

Roman Catholicism Compared With Christianity

Any discussion about religious wars, clergy violations, or child abuse, and it won’t be long before the The Roman Catholic Church unfortunately features. But I want to have a different discussion. And unlike most of the ‘discussions’ of this nature, I’m not on a mission to attack, ridicule, or mock anyone. Rather, I want to look at what the Roman Catholic Church officially teaches and asserts and compare it with the Bible’s teaching.

I’ve been a denominational minister for over two decades, so I know that it is possible to be a part of an organisation with which you disagree on some points.  I understand that this is certainly the case with the Roman Catholic Church as there are many priests who do agree with all that their Church asserts. For the purposes of this discussion, I have chosen to take the official Catholic positions on the matters I am comparing with the Biblical data. It is my hope that my Roman Catholic audience will acknowledge that I have represented their views fairly – but it is also my hope that I can appropriately demonstrate how these core views compare with the Biblical prescriptions.

Soli Deo Gloria

The final statement in The Five Pillars of Biblical Christianity is Soli Deo Gloria – for the glory of God alone! The reason we are saved is so that we can glorify God. In one sense it is true that reason Christ died for us was to save us from our sins and the just wrath of God for our sin. But the main reason Christ died to redeem us was for the glory of God.

How can you believe, when you receive glory from one another and do not seek the glory that comes from the only God?
John 5:44

The glory that comes from God is when we give God glory. One of Christ’s last prayers was that His disciples would see His glory (John 17:24). Therefore God’s glory, His radiant magnificence, is visible and apprehendable. God’s glory is described several times in Scripture. In this sense, God’s glory is a visible reality (a noun). God’s glory is variously described as being like a cloud (Exodus 16:10), a devouring and consuming fire (Exodus 24:17), fire and smoke-like cloud (2Chronicles 7:1), and a brightly glowing cloud (Ezekiel 10:4).

Where Are The Dead?

Sitting across from me in my office was an older middle-aged man who had just read my draft commentary on the Book of Revelation. He had come from Queensland to visit friends in Tasmania and while in the neighbourhood, dropped in to see me to have chat and get a later edition of my book. He asked a lot of theoretical questions and we discussed the implications of what we discussed. Not until he returned to Queensland did I get an email regarding the chapter on the Resurrection. It was at this point that he confided in me that he was in the advanced stages of cancer and that his query was far more than theoretical.
The ancients believed that death was merely a change of location for the soul of a person. The place of the dead was called “Sheol”. When Jacob thought his son Joseph was dead: “All his sons and all his daughters rose up to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted and said, “No, I shall go down to Sheol to my son, mourning.” Thus his father wept for him.” (Gen. 37:35 ). When the judgment of God came upon Korah and his rebellion.

TULIP, The Essence of The Reformation

Jesus Christ taught that following Him was only possible through the miracle of conversion. He taught that for someone to authentically claim to be a Christian they needed a spiritual encounter that changed their heart and mind. Without such a miracle, known Biblically as ‘regeneration’, no one could merely decide to be a Christian.
It’s important to appreciate the geo-socio-politico conditions at the time of the Reformation. This was the time when John Calvin, Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, and others dared to defend the Biblical revelation against a militant Papal Church which had previously executed similar voices (Wyclif, Tyndale, Savonarola, to name a few) for daring to defy the teaching of the Papacy. One of the central claims of the Papacy was “Universalism”, the doctrine which taught that Christ’s sacrificial death was repeated over and over through the celebration of the Mass and was effective in saving all those in communion with the Roman Catholic Church (thus, universal salvation was activated by works). Since Salvation was universal (everyone is automatically saved), the Papal Church was more concerned about administering this salvation through having people in communion with it, or alternatively, disfellowshipping (or, ex-communicating) those who it disliked. Calvin on the other hand saw that Scripture did not teach universalism, but conversely- that not everyone would be saved.

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