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Four False Pictures of the Church

The Bible’s teaching about the church isn’t easy to grasp. The church is a “mystery.” It is only with the help of the Holy Spirit that we can really begin to understand it at all. God wants us to know who we are, and so He teaches us through pictures, […]
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Top 10 Sermons of 2013

Unlocking the Bible enjoyed a great year of ministry in 2013. Our radio program was heard by an estimated 100,000 people daily around the world and many new friends connected with our ministry through our website, YouTube channel, and app. Below are the top 10 sermons of 2013. You can […]
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Best of the Blog from 2013

Unlocking the Bible enjoyed a great year of ministry in 2013. Our blog itself was an exciting part of the ministry because it shared many helpful and encouraging posts that made their way around the internet. Below, in no particular order, is a list of our most popular blog posts […]

Three Weapons Against Anxiety

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” Philippians 4:6 Paul uses three words to describe the way we’re to fight anxiety—prayer, petition, and thanksgiving. 1. Prayer That word “prayer”will cause some readers to lose interest, because […]

11 Inspirational Quotes About Prayer

It is easy to find excuses not to pray. The busyness of life, a short attention span, or a lack of desire might keep you off your knees and cause you to be dependent on yourself instead of dependent on God. It is our hope and prayer that the following […]

Eight Characteristics of Faith-Filled Prayers

The Prayer of faith, like some plant rooted in a fruitful soil, draws its virtue from a disposition which has been brought into conformity with the mind of Christ. (David McIntyre) Here are eight characteristics of faith-filled prayers, from David McIntyre’s book The Hidden Life of Prayer: 1. It is subject […]