Podcasts - Search by category - God's Sovereignty

  1. Joseph and the Providence of God (42:58)
  2. Strength for the Journey (34:52)
  3. When God Prays For You (41:10)
  4. Some Advice to the Discontented (45:49)
  5. Why You Need Your Enemies, and Your Enemies Need You. (41:46)
  6. Cannon Beach Q and A (54:41)
  7. The Elijah Principles Part 3 (44:34)
  8. How to Leave a Church (54:00)
  9. If Christ Had Not Come (31:51)
  10. Overcoming Fear of the Future (25:32)
  11. God Is Not Finished Yet (29:33)
  12. Be Still And Know (34:24)
  13. God’s Freedom (44:03)
  14. The Prayers of Gary Olson (16:57)
  15. How to Make a Tough Decision (39:43)
  16. Cannon Beach Q&A July 2, 2010 (53:55)
  17. Theology at Midnight (46:08)
  18. Lucky to Love (39:43)
  19. When You Are Falsely Accused (35:20)
  20. Did I Make the Right Decision? (24:12)
  21. Empty Barrel Graduate School (40:37)
  22. Praying for the Sick (41:28)
  23. Harold Camping and the End of the World (43:44)
  24. To an Unknown God (41:06)
  25. He Doesn’t Need Your Help (35:53)
  26. Empty on the Inside (38:18)
  27. Homemade Gods (37:08)
  28. When Life Tumbles In, What Then? (34:24)
  29. Can We Still Believe in Romans 8:28? (39:13)
  30. How to Pray Like Paul (53:57)
  31. The World According to God (43:09)
  32. But If Not (42:30)
  33. The King Who Went Crazy (36:52)
  34. A Place to Pray (20:06)
  35. Where Grace and Wrath Meet (43:29)
  36. God Always Keeps His Promises (56:23)
  37. What Happens When We Die? (31:33)
  38. Christmas Tears (34:20)
  39. If God is Sovereign, Why Pray? (34:18)
  40. The Church Christ Prefers (55:26)
  41. No Condemnation (1:02:37)
  42. Do You Know Why You Were Born? (49:15)
  43. How Big is Your God? (49:55)
  44. Are You Satisfied With God? (41:31)
  45. Can You Trust God With the Details of Your Life? (40:32)
  46. How to Love Your Enemies (46:32)

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Joseph and the Providence of God (42:58)

Joseph’s story teaches us that God is involved in everything that happens to us, including those things that seem to make no sense. (Sermon)

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)

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.
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)

Cannon Beach Q and A (54:41)
Ray and Marlene Pritchard led a question and answer session at Cannon Beach Conference Center. Questions ranged from predestination to prayer to what is at stake in the presidential election.
The Elijah Principles Part 3 (44:34)
If God works miracles some of the time, why doesn’t he work them all the time? We must learn that miracles are not about us. Miracles are about God.
How to Leave a Church (54:00)
Ray Pritchard discusses “How to Leave a Church” with Chris Fabry on the Moody Broadcasting Network. The program includes calls from listeners.
If Christ Had Not Come (31:51)
What if Christ had not come? This message explores the importance of Christmas by examining what the world would have lost if Christ had not come.
Overcoming Fear of the Future (25:32)

No one can say with certainty what the New Year will bring. None of us knows if we will even be here 12 months from now. But that thought should not alarm us in any way. To all our fears the Lord says quite simply:“Fear not.” (Sermon)

God Is Not Finished Yet (29:33)

Dr. Ray Pritchard preached this message recently at Elmhurst (IL) Christian Reformed Church. This message encourages us to believe God for great things based on the little word “yet.” (Sermon)

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.
God’s Freedom (44:03)
Our basic problem is that we have allowed God to be everywhere but on his throne. No wonder we are unhappy and frustrated and unfulfilled. Let God be God and all will be well.
The Prayers of Gary Olson (16:57)
Gary Olson loved to pray. After he died on November 2, 1999, we compiled some of the prayers he prayed during the worship services at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak Park, IL.
How to Make a Tough Decision (39:43)
In making a tough decision there comes a time when we must take a step of faith and leave the results in the hands of the Lord.
Cannon Beach Q&A July 2, 2010 (53:55)
Hear the live recording of a question and answer session featuring Ray Pritchard and Clay Crosse at Cannon Beach Conference Center in Oregon.
Theology at Midnight (46:08)
If with Paul and Silas you can sing praise to God at midnight, then what you’ve got is real.
Lucky to Love (39:43)
Nothing is too small to bring to God’s attention. If it matters to you, it matters to him.
When You Are Falsely Accused (35:20)
Before you get angry, remember that we are going to heaven because a good man was falsely accused.
Did I Make the Right Decision? (24:12)
When you are tempted to despair, remember that you can’t go back, you can’t stay where you are, but by God’s grace you can move forward one step at a time.
Empty Barrel Graduate School (40:37)
Are we willing to obey God even when it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense?
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?
To an Unknown God (41:06)
Between you and your unbelieving friends there is abundant common ground if only you will look for it.
He Doesn’t Need Your Help (35:53)
The gospel begins with God. It doesn’t begin with Jesus or with us. The divine plan of salvation begins with the God who designed it.
Empty on the Inside (38:18)
If you don’t know God, it’s not God’s fault. God has already done everything necessary for you to have a relationship with him.
Homemade Gods (37:08)

The only lasting cure for idolatry is a fervent love for God. The hardest step is seeing our idols in the first place. (Sermon)

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.
Can We Still Believe in Romans 8:28? (39:13)
There are many things we don’t know. But this we do know: God is at work, and he has not forgotten us.
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.
The World According to God (43:09)
History is not determined by earthly rulers but by the hand of God.
But If Not (42:30)
Even if we are not delivered from our troubles, we will not bow down.
The King Who Went Crazy (36:52)
If we choose not to listen to God, then he simply turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.
A Place to Pray (20:06)
We must learn to pray as if our lives depended on it – because they do.
Where Grace and Wrath Meet (43:29)
Because of the cross, salvation is now entirely free.
God Always Keeps His Promises (56:23)
Mark Pritchard preached this sermon on November 4 in Dalian, China with translation into Mandarin by Peter Wang.
What Happens When We Die? (31:33)
What happens when we die depends on what happens before we die.
Christmas Tears (34:20)
Are you with Herod or with the Wise Men?
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.
The Church Christ Prefers (55:26)
Little strength and great opportunity often go hand in hand. 
No Condemnation (1:02:37)
For those who are in Christ Jesus, now, today, not tomorrow, not next week, not next year, but NOW, there is no condemnation.
Do You Know Why You Were Born? (49:15)
Your background is no impediment to your service for the Lord.
How Big is Your God? (49:55)
We need a big God, and we have one!
Are You Satisfied With God? (41:31)
How many of us could say that we are satisfied with the Lord and how he has dealt with us?
Can You Trust God With the Details of Your Life? (40:32)
When we get to heaven and look back on our earthly journey, we will say of the Lord, “He made not one mistake."
How to Love Your Enemies (46:32)

We must say to our enemies, "I love you. I would rather die than hate you.” (Sermon)

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