Be Awake, Be Very Awake
1101 - Counted with the Wise
Added: 7th March 2013
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The Second Coming of Jesus is an event that many are looking for. As it nears, this event brings about drastic changes, not only in the physical and political world, but also in the hearts and minds of those who profess to be followers of Jesus. In part one of the series, “Be Awake! Be Very Awake!” you will see through Scripture why Jesus distinguishes between the wise and the foolish virgins of Matthew 25.

1102 - While Men Slept
Added: 7th March 2013
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Part two of this series focuses on Matthew 25:5: “While the Bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept.” Why is this verse even mentioned? Who cares if they took a nap if they were waiting and there wasn’t anything else to do? Well, much can happen while you slumber and sleep. Much did happen while the Church slumbered and slept as it waited for the Lord to come.

1103 - Trimmed and Burning
Added: 7th March 2013
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Even though the wise are wise and the foolish are foolish, they both wake to the call “the Bridegroom cometh.” Upon waking, they both set about trimming their lamps. What lesson can God’s Church glean from this action? Both foolish and wise are participating, so there must be something in common between these two groups. Joel Kratzke searches out the deeper details and discovers some wonderful insights into what God needs from His people in these last days. How important is it to “look” like ...

1104 - Dwindling Fire
Added: 7th March 2013
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Time is short, for us and for the Ten Virgins. Without the fuel to continue burning brightly, some are flickering dimly. Learn the way to consistently shine for Jesus in the last days. The Bridegroom is on His way, but the foolish virgins have run into a problem. They are out of oil, and their lamps are going out. As the world hastens toward Christ’s Second Coming, there are those who have trimmed their lamps but have not prepared to burn when most needed. What causes our fire to dwindle and ...

1105 - To Know and to be Known
Added: 7th March 2013
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In the last study of this series, speaker/evangelist Joel Kratzke explains one of the most disturbing and unnerving passages of Scripture. Jesus’ statement to the five foolish virgins, “I know you not,” is truly one of the saddest epithets in all of Scripture, but this is not the first time Jesus has uttered those words. It is not enough for God’s Remnant people to know Him—He must know them! What can you do to have the assurance that God knows you? The Bible truly does have all the answers,...

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