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Gospel in Real Life seeks to transform the global human culture with the Truth of the Gospel via blog and podcast. The Word of God transforms the Man of God to perform the good Work of God for the Glory of God. For more information: gospelinreallife.org.
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Discover the secrets to thriving in both business and life with "Gospel of Growth: How to Thrive in Business and Life" podcast. Hosted by Angel Birikel, the podcast combines practical advice, inspiring stories, and the guidance of the Gospel to help you unlock your full potential and make a positive impact on the world around you. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a student, or anyone who wants to live a more fulfilling life, this podcast is the perfect guide to take you to the next level. Joi ...
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====== "Hayatın Sözleri", "İyi Haberler", "Müjde Şarkıları" - Türkiye'de Konuşulan Bazı Diller / "Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songs" - Some Languages Spoken in Turkey ======
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"ຖ້ອຍ ຄຳ ແຫ່ງຊີວິດ"; "ຂ່າວດີ"; "ຂ່າວປະເສີດ" - ໃນປະເທດລາວພາສາຫຼັກທີ່ໃຊ້ / "Words of Life"; "Good News"; "Gospel Songs" in Lao
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「生命の言葉」; 「良いニュース」; 「ゴスペルソング」- 日本で話されている主な言語 / "Words of Life"; "Good News"; "Gospel Songs" - Major Languages Spoken in Japan
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====== "जीवनका शब्दहरू", " राम्रो समाचार", "सुसमाचार गीत" - नेपालीमा बोलिने प्रमुख भाषाहरू / "Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Song" - Major Languages Spoken in Nepali ======
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===== "जीवनका शब्दहरू", "राम्रो समाचार", "सुसमाचार गीतहरू" - नेपालमा बोलिने केही साना भाषाहरू / "Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songds" - Some Minor Languages Spoken in Nepal =====
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===="ពាក្យនៃជីវិត", "ដំណឹង​ល្អ", "ចម្រៀងដំណឹងល្"អ / នៅក្នុង ភាសាកម្ពុជាសំខាន់ៗ==== (ខ្មែរ អង់គ្លេស បារាំង ឡាវ ឡាវ (ហ្លួងព្រះបាង) ថៃ ថៃ (កណ្តាល) កុកងឺ តេជោ មីនណាន កាតាំង ហាកា ហៃណាន ចាម ចាមខាងលិច ចារ៉ាយ រ៉ាដេយ វៀតណាម ទឹង វៀត។ ឆុង, កាកូ, គុយ (កុយ), ក្រវិត, គ្រឹង, ឡាំ, សោម៉ារ៉ា, ទំពួន ឆុង, កាកូ, កុយ(កុយ), ក្រវិត, គ្រឹង, ឡាំ, សោម៉ារ៉ា, ទំពួន, ប៉ោ, ស្ទៀង, សៀង, ឡាវេ) // ===="Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songs"/ In Major Cambodia Languages==== (Khmer, English, French, Lao, Lao(Luang Prabang) ...
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==== "מילות חיים", "חדשות טובות", "שירי הבשורה" - עם שפות עיקריות המדוברות בישראל==== (עברית, יידיש, קווארה, ארמית, בוכרית, יהודית-טאט (ג'הורי), לאדינו, ערבית, ערבית מרוקאית, ערבית יהודית-עיראקית, ערבית פלסטינית, אנגלית, רוסית, פרסית (פרסית), פולנית, אמהרית, טיגרינה, רומניה, דויטש, ספרדית, גאורגית, יהודית-גאורגית, צרפתית, אפריקאית צרפתית, טורקית, הונגרית (מגירית), אוקראינית, מראתית, דומארית, איטלקית, טאגלוגית, תאילנדית , סינית, יוונית, אדיגה) ===="Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Hymns" ...
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====="Hayatın Sözleri", "İyi Haber", "Müjde Şarkıları" - Türkiye'de Konuşulan Başlıca Diller =====- (Türkçe, Kürtçe, İngilizce, Arapça: Modern Standard(Sharif), Arapça Kuzey Levanten Kuzey Lübnan, Zaza Dersim, Zazakî, Farsça, Gagauzca, Lazca, Kabardeyce, Adıgece, Ermenice, Azerice, Abhazca, Kırım Tatarcası) ===== "Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songs" - Major Languages Spoken in Turkey =====- (Turkish, Kurdish, English, Arabic: Modern Standard(Sharif), Arabic North Levantine North Leba ...
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===="کلمات زندگی" ، "خبر خوب" ، "آوازهای انجیلی" - زبانهای کوچک صحبت شده در ایران ==== ====Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songs" - Minor Languages Spoken in Iran====
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====== "کلمات زندگی" ؛ "خبر خوب" ؛ "انجیل آهنگ ها" - زبانهای اصلی در ایران صحبت می شود ====== (فارسی، فارسی، آذربایجانی، کردی، کرمانجی، گیلکی، مازندرانی، لری (لر، لری)، عربی، بلوچی، تالشی، ترکمنستان) ====== Words of Life", "Good News", "Gospel Songs" - Major Languages Spoken in Iran" ====== ,Farsi, Persian, Azerbaijani, Kurdish, Kurmanji, Gilaki, Mazandarani, Lori(Lur, Luri), Arabic, Baluchi ) (Talysh, Turkmence
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===== "Durmuş sözleri", "Hoş Habar", "Hoş Habar aýdymlary" - Türkmenistanda gürleýän esasy diller(12 den 19) / "Слова жизни", "Благая весть", "Евангельские песни" - Основные языки, на которых говорят в Туркмении(№12 до №19) / "Words of Life", ""Good News", "Gospel Songs" - The Major Languages Spoken in Turkemenistan(No.12 to No.19) =====
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==="Sabda Urip", "Kabar Apik" lan "Lagu Injil" - Ing Basa Indonesia, (Kalebu dialek lan Basa Etnis)=== =="Kata Kehidupan", "Kabar baik", "injil Lagu" - di Indonesia Bahasa(Termasuk dialek dan Etnis Bahasa)== (Jawa, Jawa(Yogya), Jawa(Banyumas), Betawi, Lampung Api, Redjang, Indonesia, Aceh, Minangkabau, Banjar, Bali, Sunda, Madura, Sasak, Teochew, Mandarin, Hakka, Malayic Dayak, Ma'anyan, Batak (Thoba), Batak(Pakpak, Dairi), Batak(Simalungun), Nias, Makassar, Toraja, Bugis, Mandar, El Goronta ...
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===="اللغات الرئيسية المستخدمة في سوريا - "كلمات الحياة" ، "الأخبار السارة" ، "ترانيم الإنجيل"===== (عربي ، عربي سوريا ، عربي دمشق ، كلامون سوري ، حلب سورية ، عربي لبناني شمالي ، عربي بيروت ، عربي بغداد ، عربي فلسطيني ، لو عربي مصري ، كردي (شمالي: عفرين) ، كرمانجي (قياسي) ، آرامي ، آرامي سوريا ، سريانية كلدانية ، أذربيجانية ، عربية بدوية ، إنكليزية ، فرنسية ، أرمينية سورية ، قبارديان ، أديغة ، شيشانية ، أبخازية) =="Gotinên Jiyanê", "Nûçeyên Baş", "Stranên Mizgîn"- Bi Zimanên Sereke ku li Sûr ...
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====== "كلمات الحياة" ، "الأخبار السارة" ، "ترانيم الإنجيل" - اللغات الرئيسية المستخدمة في العراق ====== (عربي قياسي ، عربي العراق ، آشوري العراق ، عربي بلاد ما بين النهرين البغدادي ، عربي بلاد ما بين النهرين خوزستان ، عربي مارديني ، عربي شرق أوسطي ، سرياني ، عربي شمال المشرق السوري حلب ، عربي شمال بلاد الشام دمشق ، العربية شمال المشرق العربي كالامون السوري ، العربية شمال بلاد الشام البيروتية ، عربي لبناني ، عربي فلسطيني ، عربي الخليج شرق المملكة العربية السعودية ، الخليج العربي الكويتي الحض ...
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===="Bishaaro Wanaagsan", "Heesaha Injiilka", "Ereyada Nolosha" - Luqadaha Ugu Muhiimsan ee Lagu Adeegsaday Soomaaliya==== (Somali, Carabi Standard, Carabi, Ta'Izzi Yemeni, Yemeni Carabi, Carabi Ta'izzi-Adeni, Carabi Taa'izzi-Adeni Taa'izzi, Carabi Ta'izzi-Adeni Adeni, English, Af Maay, Afar(Afaraf) , Swahili, Talyaani, Baluchi Makrani, Baluchi(Bari), Baluchi(Galbeed):Pakistan,Turkiga, Aweer) ===== أخبار سارة" ، "ترانيم الإنجيل" ، "كلمات الحياة" - اللغات الرئيسية المستخدمة في الصومال ===== ( ...
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==== "Firman Kehidupan", "Kabar Baik" dan "Lagu Injil" -Bahasa Indonesia Utama,Dialek dan Bahasa Etnis ==== (Jawa, Jawa: Suriname, Jawa: Yogya, Jawa: Banyumas, Betawi: Bermazmuz, Betawai: Jakarta, Betawi, Lampung, Lampung:Api, Rejang, Indonesia, Aceh, Minangkabau, Banjar, Sundanese, Bali, Madura, Sasak, Teochew, Mandarin, Hakka, Dayak, Ma'anyan, Batak, Batak:Simalungun, Nias, Wempy, Makassar, Bugis, Toraja, Mandar(Manjar), Manado(Minahasa), Gorontalo, Mongondow, Sangilhe, Timor Barat, Maluku ...
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===="كلمات الحياة" ، "الأخبار السارة" ، "الأغاني الإنجيلية" - الأسرة العربية والخليجية واللغات العربية الأخرى المستخدمة في قطر==== (الخليج العربي ، الخليج العربي ، شرق المملكة العربية السعودية ، الخليج العربي ، الحضاري الكويتي ، اللغة العربية الفصحى ، الإنجليزية ، العربية السودانية ، العربية السودانية الخرطوم ، العربية شمال المشرق العربي دمشق ، العربية شمال المشرق العربي كالامون السوري ، العربية شمال المشرق السوري حلب ، العربية شمال المشرق اللبناني ، العربية الشمال الشرقي البيروتي ،العربية ا ...
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It’s a simple fact that in the Greco-Roman world, the claims of Christianity were found every bit as implausible, if not more, than people find them now. So why did so many people believe? Fortunately, we have a case study in Theophilus. How does a cultured, intellectually sophisticated person living in a culture that’s hostile to the basic claims …
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When the Jewish exiles got to Babylon, they found a huge city—hostile, big, brutal—and it was filled with other exiles, with different people groups and radically different views. Our culture is not so different. Liberals feel our country is so conservative that they’re pulling their hair out, and conservatives feel our country is so liberal that t…
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We’re not at home. We live in a world that doesn’t sustain or support the deepest needs of our hearts. Martin Heidegger (a fascist sympathizer) and Karl Marx (the father of Communism) were very different, prominent thinkers; yet, they both agreed that we can’t understand the human condition without the concept of alienation. Of course, that immedia…
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In a culture where people really don’t know who they are and what life’s about—in a fragmented culture like ours—the fastest way to still feel good about ourselves is romance. It’s the ultimate philosophical narcotic. “I don’t know what life is about, but when I’m with her or him, I feel somehow life is significant.” Do you see? It’s an end run. Th…
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In a fragmented culture like ours, identity formation is a challenge. We decide our own goals and standards, and we get our sense of worth from whether we can achieve them. Jeremiah shows us that there’s something profoundly disordered and sick about the way in which we form our identities. In a traditional culture, where identities and roles are a…
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We live in a fragmented culture. There’s no consensus about the big questions of what’s right and wrong and true. Jeremiah is a prophet in this same situation—he lived and wrote in a fragmented culture. One of the challenges of a fragmented culture is living in the cafeteria of different worldviews, religions, and systems of thought. It’s typical t…
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Jesus Christ says not just “I was resurrected,” but “I am the resurrection.” Present tense. He comes after his resurrection with his arms full of newness. I don’t know why we get into gift-giving at Christmas—I think we ought to be getting into it at Easter. Because as soon as Jesus Christ shows up risen from the dead, he is giving out all kinds of…
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We’ve been looking at the life of Jesus and we come now to the risen Jesus. At the end of the gospel of Luke, the risen Jesus does four things that change the lives of his disciples forever. And because he’s the risen Jesus, he can do the very same things for us right now. Jesus 1) answers the doubts of their minds by arguing with them, 2) satisfie…
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The night Jesus was betrayed has a theme: darkness, night. Right in the middle of the passage, Jesus makes an odd statement: “But this is your hour—when darkness reigns.” What that must mean is the physical darkness is a representation of something deeper. There’s a darkness that blinds the eyes, and then there’s a darkness that blinds the heart an…
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One of the great questions of history is, “Why in the world did the early Christians adopt the cross as their main symbol?” All the other founders of the great religions died old and successful. In absolute contrast, you have Jesus, who dies at age 33, ignominiously, in agony, abandoned by everyone. But on the night before he died, Jesus gave his d…
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The last week of Jesus’ life addresses not just our minds or our wills, but our hearts. We are to see Jesus, to meet Jesus. As Luke shows us the last days of Jesus’ life, all the doctrines and themes will be narratively depicted in the most vivid way. They’re driven home so we can really see Jesus and have an existential encounter with him. Jesus’ …
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If you ask the question, “Why should a believer in the gospel of Jesus Christ be passionately involved with the poor?” this text gives you the answers. Isaiah 61 is the last of the Servant songs, a prophecy about the Servant of the Lord. And Jesus Christ preached from this in his first sermon. When Jesus reads this, he’s saying, “This is the essenc…
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This is a text of realism. There are many promises in the Bible about the great blessings Jesus’ salvation brings. In Isaiah 57, we have a reminder that we still live in a world filled with tragedy, difficulty, and suffering. The salvation we get from Jesus is by no means an exemption from the same brokenness that everyone else in the world is expe…
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For some, when they hear that salvation is absolutely free, their first response is to say, “If I really believed that, then I wouldn’t have any incentive to live a good life.” To that, I would say, “If, when you lose all fear of being smacked by God, you lose all incentive to live a good life, then the only incentive you ever had was fear. You nee…
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There are two pictures of two different women in Isaiah 54. And they teach us something miraculous. These last chapters of Isaiah are about a figure called the Servant of the Lord who is going to bring God’s salvation to the world. The New Testament writers identify Jesus Christ as the Servant of the Lord. And Isaiah 54 talks about the salvation he…
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Isaiah 52 is the best chapter in the whole Bible to explain what happened on the cross. We know that because the New Testament writers were constantly referring back to it. It was the basis for their understanding of what happened on the cross. As I stand as a preacher before this text, I not only see too much in it to tell you, I feel too much abo…
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What did Jesus come into the world to do? In the final chapters of Isaiah, a mysterious figure called the Servant of the Lord is prophesied. This figure is going to come into the world and bring God’s salvation. And the New Testament writers identify this prophesied Servant of the Lord as Jesus. Isaiah 50 is the third of the Servant songs, and it 1…
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Isaiah 49 gives a sweeping, panoramic view of God’s salvation. But immediately following that promise, there’s a fascinating skeptical response. This is the second of the Servant songs, a prophecy about the Servant of the Lord, who the New Testament writers identify as Jesus. In it, it shows that there’s a salvation soon… and then eventually… and t…
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Isaiah prophesies about a mysterious figure called the Servant of the Lord. In the New Testament, the writers identify the Servant of the Lord with Jesus Christ. These prophecies tell us some things about Jesus, about his work, about what he brings, and about ourselves that we learn nowhere else. Many of the prophecies are called songs, the servant…
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If you thought when you became a Christian you were leaving the fight to get into peace and tranquility, Paul says you were wrong. The Christian life is a fight. But now you have divine resources. We come now to the last piece of the armor of God: “the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God.” At the beginning and at the end of talking about …
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In the Bible, salvation is a broader term than what we usually use in the Christian church. We’re looking at the armor of God, and we turn now to another piece: the helmet of salvation. A lot of churches use the word salvation in the past tense: “I’ve been saved,” or “When were you saved?” If you’re accustomed to this, you might get confused when y…
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Fiery arrows do not come all throughout the battle. When do they come? Right when you’ve decided to storm the stronghold of the enemy. We’re looking at the armor of God—it’s an illustration Paul uses as a way of saying we have everything we need to meet the battles of life, but we must make use of those resources. And in looking at the shield of fa…
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If you’re trying to do anything more important than to just get ahead in life, you’ll know the shield of faith is extremely important. Because let’s face it: the enemy attacks at the front line. Your front line is the place where you go out on a limb to do something because you know it’ll make a difference—perhaps in this neighborhood, this city. W…
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Paul says a Christian should be characterized by readiness, a spiritual buoyancy that comes from the use of the gospel of peace. We’re looking at the armor of God and we’re in the third part of our examination of the shoes and this one little phrase about the gospel of peace. There are three basic parts this phrase teaches us: 1) there is a joy thr…
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When Paul talks about shoes, he’s talking about a kind of spiritual athleticism. The idea behind the armor of God is that God has given us all sorts of things we aren’t using. The shoes were part of the armor, and the shoes of the Roman soldier had to be gripping, tough, and light. The only kind of shoes in our culture that need these qualities are…
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