26 Nov 2013

Shovelaudio Uganda! Our Freedom in Christ Conference. Day 5 (am)

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Day 5 of the Our Freedom in Christ Conference in Kampala, Uganda (11/5/2013-11/9/2013).

Shovelaudio Uganda 5.1a

Can believers walk in the darkness? After all, John spoke of brothers who were walking in darkness and hated their brothers … so what about that?

Shovelaudio Uganda 5.2a

In this segment, I dig into Romans 7 to see how it lines up with the so-called struggle of the Christian life … especially the teaching of the two natures. I go into detail regarding the rationale of the fleshly religious mind in the struggle created and perpetuated by the lie of the world, which is the same lie that has been adopted and promoted by most Christian teachers and preachers.

Shovelaudio Uganda 5.3a

What does it mean to grow in grace?

Shovelaudio Uganda 5.4a

Is there a hell, and if so, what is it?
Does grace mean that everybody is going to be saved?

New Testament: 


All very good stuff Jim.

Okay 1, 2, 3, 4 and now 5. Wait, you were there speaking a few days more than this! There must be even more on it's way! Hurray!



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Adam, my brother. I hate to break it to you, but the conference took place on only 5 of the 7 days I was in Uganda. However, Day 5 consists of two sessions: morning AND afternoon … so you will soon see one more page, which will be Day 5pm. That session lasted more than 3 and a half hours.

lol yes, yes! I knew about that long one coming! Am excited to hear it.[forgot which day it came though]

Great audios. Jim! 5.2a reminds me of preaching or sharing in Bible studies of "perseverance of the saints". How we are once saved always saved but we still need to persevere to the end. Another lifeless message to keep believers looking to the flesh.

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Thanks Nergo! Good to hear from you. :)

Love the background rain sound

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That is kinda cool, isn’t it? :)


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