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A New Name for a Very Old War (59:51)
Session 1 from the 2008 Josiah Venture Spring Conference in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Introduction to Asymmetric Spiritual Warfare.
Strength for the Journey (34:52)

In his final message at the Josiah Venture conference in the Czech Republic, Pastor Ray encourages us to stand fast because the God who chose us for salvation will also give us whatever we need in every situation. (Sermon)

Praying For Your Prodigal (50:23)

When you pray for a loved one who seems hardened against the Lord, pray that the eyes of their heart might be opened so that the light of God can come flooding in. (Sermon)

When You Need to Know, You’ll Know (42:49)

Proverbs 3:5-6 is a short course in knowing God’s will for your life. Five key words unlock the message of this text. (Sermon)

When God Prays For You (41:10)
Romans 8:26-27 assures us that when we can’t pray, the Holy Spirit prays for us. When you cannot speak, he speaks for you.
Trapped! (44:59)

What do you do when you don’t like the circumstances of your life and it seems as if nothing is going to change anytime soon? You must go back and find out where God is in the midst of your frustration. (Sermon)

Some Advice to the Discontented (45:49)

Contentment is not about geography. It’s about your heart. You can serve God in Babylon just as well as you can in Jerusalem. It’s a hard lesson, but it is also good news if we will receive it from the Lord. (Sermon)

Why You Need Your Enemies, and Your Enemies Need You. (41:46)

You need your enemies to help you become like Christ, and your enemies need you to become like Christ to them. (Sermon)

Asymmetric Spiritual Warfare (33:37)
Using the war on terror as a backdrop, this sermon explains how Satan attacks us asymmetrically. He works the angles and uses many small attacks in order to bring us down. Unless we understand Satan’s strategy, we will be defeated over and over again.
Elijah Principles Part 2 (34:20)
Sometimes God sets us aside for a period in order to prepare us for greater work in the future. God never wastes anything—not even the “down times” of life.
The Elijah Principles Part 4 (41:25)
1 Kings 19 tells us how God met Elijah at his lowest point. From this story we learn four principles that will help us when we feel like running away and giving up.
Grumblers Anonymous (43:52)
We grumble because we overestimate our own importance and we underestimate the grace of God.
Be Still And Know (34:24)
Where is God in the midst of hard times? Psalm 46:10 teaches us to be silent, and in our silence we will know God when life makes no sense.
Before I Was Afflicted I Went Astray (27:35)
Sometimes we face things for which there is no earthly explanation. In those moments we need to erect a sign that reads, “Quiet: God at Work.” Don’t miss what God wants to teach you through your troubles.
When in Trouble, Pray! (28:38)
Here are five ways to pray when your back is against the wall.
Do You Love Me? (30:32)
One reason we don’t get better is beacuse we don’t want to face the hard truth about what we have said and done.
Empty Barrel Graduate School (40:37)
Are we willing to obey God even when it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense?
How God Helps a Caveman (42:55)
If you keep your eyes open for God, pretty soon you’ll see him everywhere.
Praying for the Sick (41:28)
When we pray for the sick, we are doing the work of Jesus in the world.
Harold Camping and the End of the World (43:44)
Jesus is coming soon. Are you ready?
Is Jesus Enough for Me? (46:25)
Susie Larson and Pastor Ray discuss how the death of Christ is good news for those who feel like their faith is weak.
When Life Tumbles In, What Then? (34:24)
We do not gain if we turn away from God in the time of trouble. If we turn away from God, we lose our only ground of hope.
Don’t Waste Your Pain (46:40)
Don’t waste your pain. Use it as a means to minister to others.
How to Let Go and Move On (42:07)
You can’t stay where you are forever. The only way to go is forward.
Do You Know Who You Are? (33:10)
When you know who you are, you can serve Christ anywhere.
How to Pray Like Paul (53:57)
Pastor Ray and Susie Larson discuss how to improve your prayers by learning to pray like the Apostle Paul.
A Place to Pray (20:06)
We must learn to pray as if our lives depended on it – because they do.
If God is Sovereign, Why Pray? (34:18)
When we don’t pray, it’s because we’ve forgotten who’s God and who’s not.
Walk, Walk, and Keep on Walking (42:51)
Do you want to grow in Christ? Just keep on walking in the right direction.
Are You Willing to Wait for God? (39:51)
You Redeemer is on the way. He’s just not working on your schedule.
How Big is Your God? (49:55)
We need a big God, and we have one!
The Worry Box (32:22)

A message for the start of a new year. (Sermon)

When You Feel Like Quitting (41:08)
God knows what he’s doing even when nothing in your life makes sense.
When God Doesn’t Make Sense (44:53)
God isn’t limited to what we think he ought to do.

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