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Ridge Life Podcast

Pleasant Ridge Christian Fellowship

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Welcome to Life at the Ridge a weekly podcast of Pleasant Ridge Christian Fellowship. To learn more please visit our website at lifeattheridge.church

Latest Episodes

Who Is God and Who Are We

Enjoy this message from one of our Elders

31 MIN1 weeks ago
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Who Is God and Who Are We

Praying In The Spirit

We come to the crowning jewell of this text about our spiritual warfare. Paul tells us exactly how we fight… It’s no surprise that how we fight is through prayer. Paul says we fight spiritual battles through spiritual prayer. What does it mean to pray in the Spirt? How do we use prayer to fight in the spiritual battles?

31 MIN2 weeks ago
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Praying In The Spirit

8.25.19 The Word is Your Weapon

Do you know how to use a sword? As we come to the 6th piece of armor for the believer, this is the only piece of armor that is both offensive and defensive. While the other pieces of armor that we have considered were necessary to protect the soldier from the enemy’s attacks, they could not kill the enemy. Only the sword can do that.

32 MIN3 weeks ago
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8.25.19 The Word is Your Weapon

Don't Forget Your Helmet!

The helmet is essential because it protects the head. Without the helmet we go unprotected in enemy territory. Have you ever thought of why what you think about is so important? As one person said it “Watch your thoughts, they become words; watch your words, they become actions; watch your actions, they become habits; watch your habits, they become character; watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” Why is it called the helmet of salvation though? What does salvation have to do with our head?

32 MINAUG 18
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Don't Forget Your Helmet!

8.11.19 Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Offenses

One of the ways the enemy shoots his arrows at the believer is through conflict and offenses. When someone mistreats or opposes us, our instinctive reaction is to justify ourselves and do everything we can to get our way, before we know it, believers are holding grudges, refusing to fellowship, and allowing bitterness to take hold of their life all because we refuse to resolve conflict and offenses that happen in our life. How can we handle conflict and offenses in a biblical way instead of being defeated by the enemies arrows?

35 MINAUG 12
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8.11.19 Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Offenses

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sinful Anger

One of the darts that the believer is often confronted with is the fiery dart of anger. Anger, in and of itself is not sinful. Anger is very necessary and a useful reaction as a communication of feeling in reaction to another's behavior. Anger however can become sinful when we either vent or internalize it. We either blow up at someone often using damaging words or actions, or we clam up and hold on to the anger often leading to bitterness or resentment. How is the believer to handle anger righteously? How can we fulfill the command of Ephesians 4:26 "Be angry and sin not"? We must use our shield appropriately.

30 MINAUG 4
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Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sinful Anger

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sexual Immorality

Is there any hope for the sexually immoral? Christians who battle against the fiery darts of sexual temptation such as pornography, SSA (Same Sex Attraction) homosexuality, lust, adultery, fornication etc can quench these fiery darts of the spiritual enemy. How? Through faith!

32 MINJUL 28
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Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sexual Immorality

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Fear

Throughout God's Word we are commanded to fear and not to fear. Our goal as Christians is not to become fearless. When we talk about overcoming fear and quenching these fiery darts of fear we’re not talking about eliminating all fear. It’s not good to be completely fearless. God gave us the emotion of fear for a specific reason. There are times when we should fear, and there are things we should fear. The believer needs to distinguish between natural healthy fears and sinful fear. God's Word tells us we overcome fear through love.

38 MINJUL 21
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Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Fear

Extinguishing the Fiery Arrow of Worry

How do you as a believer in Christ handle worry and anxiety? We should be using our shield of faith to extinguish all the fiery arrows that come our way. For many worry and anxiety are arrows that are being constantly shot at them. How exactly do we use our shield to extinguish them? God has given us His Word on how to do it. Do you believe it and are you willing to put it into practice?

36 MINJUL 15
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Extinguishing the Fiery Arrow of Worry

You Need A Shield

The next piece of armor for the believer is the shield of faith. (Ephesians 6:16) As believers we are to be using the shield to extinguish all the fiery arrows of the evil one. What is this shield of faith? How does the believer in Christ use it? Even more important what exactly is faith? God and His Word are essential to being able to take refuge in, but how exactly does the believer do that?

29 MINJUL 7
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You Need A Shield

Latest Episodes

Who Is God and Who Are We

Enjoy this message from one of our Elders

31 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Who Is God and Who Are We

Praying In The Spirit

We come to the crowning jewell of this text about our spiritual warfare. Paul tells us exactly how we fight… It’s no surprise that how we fight is through prayer. Paul says we fight spiritual battles through spiritual prayer. What does it mean to pray in the Spirt? How do we use prayer to fight in the spiritual battles?

31 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Praying In The Spirit

8.25.19 The Word is Your Weapon

Do you know how to use a sword? As we come to the 6th piece of armor for the believer, this is the only piece of armor that is both offensive and defensive. While the other pieces of armor that we have considered were necessary to protect the soldier from the enemy’s attacks, they could not kill the enemy. Only the sword can do that.

32 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
8.25.19 The Word is Your Weapon

Don't Forget Your Helmet!

The helmet is essential because it protects the head. Without the helmet we go unprotected in enemy territory. Have you ever thought of why what you think about is so important? As one person said it “Watch your thoughts, they become words; watch your words, they become actions; watch your actions, they become habits; watch your habits, they become character; watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” Why is it called the helmet of salvation though? What does salvation have to do with our head?

32 MINAUG 18
Comments
Don't Forget Your Helmet!

8.11.19 Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Offenses

One of the ways the enemy shoots his arrows at the believer is through conflict and offenses. When someone mistreats or opposes us, our instinctive reaction is to justify ourselves and do everything we can to get our way, before we know it, believers are holding grudges, refusing to fellowship, and allowing bitterness to take hold of their life all because we refuse to resolve conflict and offenses that happen in our life. How can we handle conflict and offenses in a biblical way instead of being defeated by the enemies arrows?

35 MINAUG 12
Comments
8.11.19 Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Offenses

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sinful Anger

One of the darts that the believer is often confronted with is the fiery dart of anger. Anger, in and of itself is not sinful. Anger is very necessary and a useful reaction as a communication of feeling in reaction to another's behavior. Anger however can become sinful when we either vent or internalize it. We either blow up at someone often using damaging words or actions, or we clam up and hold on to the anger often leading to bitterness or resentment. How is the believer to handle anger righteously? How can we fulfill the command of Ephesians 4:26 "Be angry and sin not"? We must use our shield appropriately.

30 MINAUG 4
Comments
Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sinful Anger

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sexual Immorality

Is there any hope for the sexually immoral? Christians who battle against the fiery darts of sexual temptation such as pornography, SSA (Same Sex Attraction) homosexuality, lust, adultery, fornication etc can quench these fiery darts of the spiritual enemy. How? Through faith!

32 MINJUL 28
Comments
Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Sexual Immorality

Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Fear

Throughout God's Word we are commanded to fear and not to fear. Our goal as Christians is not to become fearless. When we talk about overcoming fear and quenching these fiery darts of fear we’re not talking about eliminating all fear. It’s not good to be completely fearless. God gave us the emotion of fear for a specific reason. There are times when we should fear, and there are things we should fear. The believer needs to distinguish between natural healthy fears and sinful fear. God's Word tells us we overcome fear through love.

38 MINJUL 21
Comments
Extinguishing the Fiery Dart of Fear

Extinguishing the Fiery Arrow of Worry

How do you as a believer in Christ handle worry and anxiety? We should be using our shield of faith to extinguish all the fiery arrows that come our way. For many worry and anxiety are arrows that are being constantly shot at them. How exactly do we use our shield to extinguish them? God has given us His Word on how to do it. Do you believe it and are you willing to put it into practice?

36 MINJUL 15
Comments
Extinguishing the Fiery Arrow of Worry

You Need A Shield

The next piece of armor for the believer is the shield of faith. (Ephesians 6:16) As believers we are to be using the shield to extinguish all the fiery arrows of the evil one. What is this shield of faith? How does the believer in Christ use it? Even more important what exactly is faith? God and His Word are essential to being able to take refuge in, but how exactly does the believer do that?

29 MINJUL 7
Comments
You Need A Shield