James MacDonald: Walk in the Word Audio

James MacDonald: Walk in the Word Audio

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Walk in the Word, the Bible teaching ministry of Dr. James MacDonald, pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in the suburbs of Chicago, emphasizes the precise exposition of God's Word and life application. Igniting passion in the people of God through the proclamation of truth is not just our motto—it's our daily commitment! Through audio, video, web, printed resources, and listener events, Walk in the Word provides personal and practical teaching that leads listeners to the transforming power of God's Word.

Episodes

Final Resolution - A  

People sometimes think that God is out to get them,� or that all He wants is vengeance. But in reality, God`s heart has always been all about forgiveness. In this message, James MacDonald shows that God has cleansed you completely; you do not have to doubt that you have been forgiven.

5 Results of Genuine Repentance - C  

When we repent from sin, we are able to let go of fear, give up pretense, and find freedom in Christ. So why do so many Christians resist the healing effects of repentance? In this message, James MacDonald shares the powerful result of real repentance.

5 Results of Genuine Repentance - B  

We all make bad choices that we regret. Sometimes the consequences stick with us for years, but it does not mean that life is over! In this message, learn how to put genuine repentance into practice and leave regrets behind.

5 Results of Genuine Repentance - A  

Repentance is a regular part of the Christian life. But sometimes it`s hard to discern when it is sincere and not just pretense. Learn to recognize real heart change as James MacDonald shares five fruits that accompany genuine repentance.

Repentance: The Moment of Clarity - C  

The road to victory in your spiritual life is paved with repentance. No matter what you have done, regardless of any regrets you have, repentance brings clarity. Listen as James MacDonald leads us on a biblical journey to genuine heart change that is reflected in our thoughts and actions.

Repentance: The Moment of Clarity - B  

All throughout the Bible, God`s messengers proclaim a single message: Repent! Why is this theme repeated so often? And why do we continue to miss the real meaning of repentance after thousands of years? That`s the topic in this message from James MacDonald. Listen and find out how biblical repentance can lead you to a moment of clarity.

Repentance: The Moment of Clarity - A  

Repentance means more than just saying feeling bad and saying sorry. And when you really repent, it brings clarity to every aspect of your life. Listen as James MacDonald opens the Bible and uncovers the who, what, why, how and when of true repentance and helps us find clarity.

I`m Dead to That! - C  

When you realize that you are dead to sin, temptation no longer holds any power over you. You are identified with Christ, and with life. Sin and death are in your past. In this message, learn how to rely on four little words: I`m dead to that.

White: the Color of Resurrection - B  

He is risen! Continuing the celebration of the Resurrection, James MacDonald presents a message on what it means to live in the present, while looking to a future made possible by that empty tomb two thousand years ago.

White: the Color of Resurrection - A  

White is snow, milk, chalk, and wool. It`s also light, truth, victory, and sight. But most importantly - white is the color of the resurrection. Join James MacDonald as he celebrates Christ`s victory over death, and learn what it means to live in the present reality and future hope of the empty tomb.

Jesus Suffers for Me - C  

When Jesus went to the cross, He did it for you. He did it so you could enter into relationship with Him. He did it so you could be forgiven of your sin. Although He suffered greatly, we are able to rejoice because by His death and resurrection, He fulfilled His promise to us.

Jesus Suffers for Me - B  

The goal of the cross is for you to believe, and without recognizing what Christ endured, you cannot appreciate the price He paid for you. Let this message take you to Golgotha, the Place of the Skull. Consider the torture, mocking, and death suffered by God`s Son. And prepare your heart to rejoice in what He has done to secure your salvation.

The Triumph of Personal Responsibility - C  

God has given each of us a conscience, an internal mechanism that convicts us of wrongdoing and pushes us towards repentance. But sometimes our conscience can be too sensitive or too calloused and lead us astray. In this message, learn how to effectively take responsibility for your mistakes and get free of guilt.

The Triumph of Personal Responsibility - B  

Regrets are all too common for most people. But if you feel the gnawing of unresolved conflict or sin that you have not repented of, you can do something about it today. It is time to take personal responsibility for your future.

The Triumph of Personal Responsibility - A  

Unresolved regret is like a malignant tumor growing in your soul. Its end game is ruin and there is only one treatment option: personal responsibility. Do not delay any longer - move out of rationalization into accountability and experience clarity and healing.

Persistent Rationalizing vs. Personal Responsibility - B  

If you find yourself rationalizing your behavior, either internally or to someone else, it may be time to re-evaluate what you are doing. Rationalization is often the first sign that you are living in sin. In this message, learn how to stop rationalizing, and begin taking responsibility.

Persistent Rationalizing vs. Personal Responsibility - A  

It`s a problem that goes back to the Garden of Eden - trying to talk our way out of things and looking for somewhere else to lay the blame. But making excuses is no way to move forward in life. Get victory over persistent rationalization by learning to reflect, take responsibility, repent, and make restitution.

No One is Perfect ... Not Even Me - C  

Regrets are unavoidable in this life. But if you learn to resolve them, you do not have to be ruined by them. In this message, James MacDonald shows how Peter resolved his regrets after he denied knowing Jesus three times.

No One is Perfect ... Not Even Me - B  

Everyone has regrets - some big, some small. But nobody has to be ruined by their regrets. In this message, James MacDonald takes us to the time when Peter denied Jesus three times, and shows that no matter what you have done or where you have been, there is hope for your future.

No One is Perfect ... Not Even Me - A  

Regrets are unavoidable. But the fact that you can not escape them does not mean you have to be ruined by them. Learn to resolve your regrets through true repentance before they drive you to despair. Join us for a message from Matthew 26 and 27.

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