The Radical Truth
The purpose of The Radical Truth podcast is simple: we want to search out the radical nature of the truth as revealed in God’s Word, the Bible, and learn about Jesus our wonderful, loving Savior. We also want to learn on how to live out this radical faith that Jesus created. Each podcast is roughly 30 minutes and features the fiery teaching of Glenn Meldrum. At times he will debut a song written and performed by young Christian musicians. Subscribe to this podcast so you won’t miss a single episode.
This is part one in our new study on prayer. To understand the power of prayer we need to start with the need of prayer and the problem of prayerlessness. This lesson will challenge you.
This is the final lesson in our study of James and we will look at the last two verse of the book. James will tackle the difficult subject of backsliding, which will make this lesson an interesting one.
This lesson from James 5:16-18 is about prayer. Elijah is an example of powerful and effective prayer in this portion of Scripture. Enter the school of prayer and learn what it means to be a man or woman of God.
James 5:13-16 teaches us to pray when we are in trouble, sick or happy. This is a practical lesson to help with your prayer life.
James 5:9-12 contains some passionate truths that are important for us to grasp. The topics range from complaining to judgment to patience and perseverance to the making of promises or covenants. There are some very practical lessons we will learn in this lesson.
In James 5:1-8 we will dig into the difficult subject of wealth and strive to understand what the Bible says on the subject. Don’t miss this one.
James 4:17 is a very important truth that we should understand since it affects the entirety of our life and eternity. This message will challenge and encourage you.
James 4:13-16 challenges our way of life in the 21st century. What James teaches shows us our great need to live according the God’s Word and not the Spirit of this world.
In these three verses James is going to touch on the benefits of humility, the destructive nature of pride, the problem of slander and the fact that we will all give an account to God. Don’t miss this one!
The focus of this lesson is on James 4:8-9 that concentrates upon the divine command to draw near to God. We will learn how to draw near to God and what keeps from this. You will be encouraged and challenged by this message.
Verse eight of James chapter four reveals one of the greatest promises given to mankind. To draw near to God so that He will draw near to us is the reason why Jesus died on the cross. This is a powerful truth.
Verses six and seven of James chapter four will fill this lesson. We will study humility and pride, submission to God and rebellion from Him. This is a challenging lesson.
This lesson is very challenging. In these four verses James boldly deals with some issues that we all face. This is a very practical lesson for the day and age in which we live.
James 3:18 is about how true followers of Jesus are peacemakers. Verses 1-2 of the fourth chapter deals with the exact opposite. These two verses teach why there are fights and quarrels. This is a powerful lesson so don’t miss it.
In this lesson we will examine the last four of the eight attributes of godly wisdom listed in James 3:17. This is a wonderful teaching on what it means to be a true follower of Jesus.
In James 3:17 we are given eight traits of godly wisdom. In this lesson we will study three of them and learn the great benefits of developing godly wisdom.
In this lesson we will look at what James has to say about godly wisdom verses worldly wisdom. This is a very important subject in our day so don’t miss it.
This lesson will focus upon how we use our tongue and end with examining godly wisdom. This is a soul-stirring message.
In this lesson we will begin James’ teaching on the tongue. We will examine some very challenging truths that are necessary for all those who want to mature in Christ, so don’t miss it.
In this lesson James gives a strong warning to those who minister God’s Word through preaching or teaching. This is a powerful message for everyone, not just preachers and teachers.
James 2:19-26 is all about the importance of living a life of faith that is proved through action. The devil, Abraham and Rahab are examples that James uses. This is a very interesting lesson.
In this lesson we will study how faith and works must be active in the life of a true follower of Jesus. This is a challenging message that will greatly benefit your walk with Jesus.
This Christmas message for 2018 is about how Jesus came into the world at just the right time and at just the right time He came to us. Salvation doesn’t come to us by time and chance, but through a God who is actively working in our lives. This message will encourage you.
Though in today’s lesson we are still studying the subject of favoritism, it moves into the subject of showing mercy. James told us that “Mercy triumphs over judgement” and we will dig into this beautiful truth and see its wonder benefits in those who are true followers of Jesus.
James 2:5-10 continues James’ teaching on the subject of favoritism. The reason why James wrote on this subject was to bring us to verse eight where he introduces the Royal Law, which is to love others as we want to be loved. So all he has to write on favoritism is really to teach us how love better. This teaching could really benefit your life.