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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. Subscribe to this podcast so you won’t miss a single episode.

Book of Acts Part 42 – 17:27-18:4

In this lesson we find Paul preaching at the Areopagus in Athens, Greece. This is where the supreme court of that city met, and the philosophers used it to debate. Though it doesn't seem that Paul saw revival break out in Athens, a man of great distinction that sat upon the supreme court became a follower of Jesus. This is a great, historical story.

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Truth Has Fallen

Truth has fallen in the streets of our nation, in the homes and even in many churches. Learn why this is happening and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones. This is a very important message for our day. I posted this sermon because I was preaching in the Netherlands when the podcast was released. Hope you enjoy it.

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It is Finished

The last thing Jesus said before He died on the cross was "It is Finished." This sermon is an examination into what Jesus meant by that statement. It's a powerful truth that can profoundly impact our lives if we let it. I posted this sermon in place of the regular teaching we have been doing on the Book of Acts because I was ministering in the Netherlands at the time this podcast was released. Hope you enjoy it.

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Book of Acts Part 41 – 17:7-26

In this lesson we will study Paul's ministry in Thessalonica, Berea and Athens. He had a very exciting life to say the least and we will have a chance to learn a little about his extraordinary missionary work.

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Book of Acts Part 40 – 16:32-17:6

This lesson is on Paul and Silas' ministry to Philippi and Thessalonica and how those 2 cities were shaken. The God of the Book of Acts is the God of today. He hasn't changed and the revivals of old are prophesies of what He wants to do again. May this lesson stir your heart and soul.

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Book of Acts Part 39 – 16:13-31

Paul is used to cast a demon out of a girl who was a slave. Then the slave owners turned on Paul and Silas and had them publicly stripped naked, beaten with rods and then thrown in prison. They had a very busy day to say the least. This is an exciting lesson.

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Book of Acts Part 38 – 15:30-16:12

In this lesson we will examine the sad event of Paul and Barnabas being separated from each other as missionary companions. We will see the reason why this happened and how the Lord blessed Paul as he lead his missionary team into continental Europe.

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Book of Acts Part 37 – 15:4-29

This lesson from Acts 15 is about the first church council that convened to settle a major dispute that rose up in the early church. This is an important event because it shows how the early church dealt with problems, and by working through them, were able to clarify what is sound doctrine.

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Book of Acts Part 36 – 14:19-15:3

In this lesson we will study the revival that came to Lystra and the persecution that broke out, where Paul was stoned to death. Some believers gathered around him and he came back to life. Then Paul and Barnabas went to Derbe and the revival spread through that city. The two apostles then traveled to their home church in Antioch, Syria. This was a very exciting time for Paul and Barnabas.

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Book of Acts Part 35 – 13:48-14:18

Paul and Barnabas were forced to move their missionary work to Iconium because of persecution. In that ancient city in Asia Minor revival broke out, but eventually they were forced to leave there because of persecution. From there they went to Lystra and Derbe where the revival spread. In Lystra the Lord healed a man that was born a cripple and had never walked. Zeus was the patron deity of the city and the people thought that Barnabas was Zeus and Paul was Hermes. That made for one exciting meeting to say the least.

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Book of Acts Part 34 – 13:28-48

This is a continuation of the study examining the message Paul preached in a synagogue in Asia Minor. This was a soul stirring, mind shocking sermon that simultaneously produced authentic revival and persecution. This happened in Antioch of Pisidia and this is where a major change came to the missionary work of Paul and Barnabas. Don't miss this teaching.

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Book of Acts Part 33 – 13:8-27

This is the very interesting account of the confrontation between Paul and Elymas, a sorcerer. This lesson also includes the account of the missionary team going from Cyprus to Asia minor where Mark abandons the brothers to go back to Jerusalem. This is a very challenging lesson.

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Book of Acts Part 32 – 13:1-7

This lesson begins looking at Paul's first missionary journey. We will see his call to the mission field, along with Barnabas, and how that came about. They will take with them John Mark, who is said to be the author of the Gospel of Mark. How people are called by God and what that looks like will be included in this study.

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Book of Acts Part 31 – 12:6-25

This is the account of the apostle Peter's miraculous escape from prison. It's an exciting, humorous and tragic story. It's also one that is sure to stir your faith, so don't miss it.

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Book of Acts Part 30 – 11:24-12:5

The portion of Scripture we will be looking at will cover a few events. First, we will look at Barnabas, who was used of God to minister in Antioch, Syria. He then seeks after Paul who is in Tarsus and Barnabas takes him to Antioch where they labor together for a year of fruitful ministry. A prophecy was given that famine was coming to Judah and Barnabas and Paul took an offering to those who were suffering. During this time Herod Agrippa murdered James, the brother of John, whom Jesus called the Sons of Thunder. Herod then arrested Peter and put him in prison. A big surprise was coming, for the king didn't take into account the power of a praying church that would upset all his plans. There are some powerful truths that we will dig into in this lesson, so don't miss it.

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