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The MLJ Trust presents original audio recordings of the sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981). Dr. Lloyd-Jones was a Welsh minister who preached and taught in the Reformed tradition. He is considered by many evangelical leaders today to be an authority on biblical truth and the sufficiency of Scripture. Dr. Lloyd-Jones’ principal ministry was at Westminster Chapel, in central London, from 1939-1968, where he delivered multi-year expositions on books of the bible such as Romans, Ephes ...
 
Leadership is Learning. Listen as Dr. Tracey Jones brings her signature wit to discussions focusing on leadership typologies, styles, strategies, and of course, how to apply them today. As her father, Charlie "Tremendous" Jones said best, "You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for two things; the people you meet and the books you read." Disclosure: Tremendous Leadership is part of Amazon's Associates Program. Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links that e ...
 
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Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

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Healthy Families Made Easy is a podcast created for moms and dad looking to grow and sustain a healthy family. Weekly conversations with leading experts in the field of family health and wellness designed to share challenges, encouragement and help you find simple solutions for your health and improving the lives of your family by making your health a priority.
 
Excellence in Conservative Media I am broadcasting live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/excellence-in-conservative-media Blogtalkradio.com, Stitcher Radio, Spreaker Radio, SHOUTcast And Live365 "The Situation Report" w/ Dr. C. Robert Jones, is an unapologetic, tell-it-like-it-is conservative perspective of the INSANE world of American politics. No punches are pulled, no party lines are toed; just pure, unadulterated hardcore conservative opinion-based news. C Robert Jones a successful and p ...
 
This blogtalkradio site will emphasize everything you want to know about K12 education and college success. It is an information source for parents, students, teachers/professors, principals and anyone interested in education and career topics.Also visit Dr Stephen Jones at http://www.DrStephenJones.net. Join my newsletter at http://bit.ly/1sVyCzs
 
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It’s one thing to know who you are. But do you know who you are in Christ? Well, sometimes we believe what others think about us, or maybe what we think about ourselves. But rather than buy into what people think, how about believing what God says. Today’s message is straight ahead. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-radio/s…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — What is the relationship between thoughts and actions? In this sermon on Christians and how they are to live in the world, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones presents a reminder that doctrine and practice are always tied — doctrine especially plays a large influence over the other. What can one deduce from the doctrines that Paul has been pre…
 
There are eight B-vitamins that benefits overall health, including keeping your nerves healthy. But three of these vitamins – Thiamine (B1), Pyridoxine (B6), and Cobalamin (B12) are mainly known to support nervous system function. Continue reading to find out how these three B-complex vitamins help support your nervous system and keep it in tip-top…
 
The day is coming when Satan will be overthrown once and for all. But for now, he is the prince of this world, continually accusing believers in Christ of being undeserving of God’s mercy. Today, on Something Good, Dr. Ron Jones tells us how to combat our adversary, the accuser. Stay with us now as he continues his teaching series, “Armored: Dresse…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — It can be easy to lose faith in oneself when feelings change quickly. In this sermon on Romans 13:11–14 titled “Strangers and Pilgrims (1),” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones reminds that regardless of feelings, one’s position is sure if they are a follower of Jesus. Feelings come and go but thankfully they do not influence one’s position or…
 
Jesus had this to say about our adversary, the devil. “When he lies, he speaks from his own character, for he is a liar and the father of lies.” Well, how do we combat the lies of the enemy? We start by putting on the belt of truth. Ron dives into the subject next, as he continues his teaching series, “Armored: Dressed For Victory In Spiritual Warf…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — What is the future of the Christian? In this sermon on Romans 13:11–14 titled “The Christian’s Future,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones preaches about what is awaiting the Christian. All over Scripture, the answer is clear— Christians are waiting for the coming day of the Lord. Contrary to what some people say, Scripture tells that this co…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones makes a striking statement about the Christian view of the world in saying that at its best, the world is still in darkness. In a modern day and age when such statements may seem polarizing and perhaps even offensive, why does Dr. Lloyd-Jones make such a provocative claim? Does this mean that the Christian s…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — As Christians compare Christianity with other moral and ethical belief systems, philosophies, and religions in the world, many of them have an equal emphasis on love of neighbor. What then distinguishes the Christians’ call to fulfill the royal law of love from others? In Romans 13:11–14 the apostle Paul provides a beautiful insig…
 
There are tool belts, fan belts and weightlifting belts. There’s even a Bible belt. But on today’s Something Good with Dr. Ron Jones, you’ll hear about a different kind of belt, the belt of truth. When you read about the armor of God in Ephesians chapter six, the very first piece of armor is the belt of truth. How can this piece of battle gear help…
 
Romans 13:11-14 — Justification by faith alone has been called the great doctrine on which the church stands or falls. With the emphasis on justification, many Protestants are guilty of neglecting the important doctrine of sanctification. As Christians strive to rightly understand what the Bible teaches about sanctification, there are many unique c…
 
How can you tell when Satan has invaded your life? He’ll bring deception, he’ll bring doubt, he’ll bring division, and he’ll bring discouragement. Are you discouraged today? If so, the devil is the one who brought it to you. Ron shows you how to deal with this scheme of Satan next, as he continues his teaching series, “Armored: Dressed For Victory …
 
Romans 13:8-10 — Vestiges of the Christian call to “love one’s neighbor” can be found throughout Western culture. What has been lost, however, is the Scriptural understanding of love and a strong theological foundation to support the command. Without Scripture and theology, love of neighbor is either reduced to sentimentality or the gospel is denie…
 
The first step to winning any war is knowing you’re in one. The second step, know your enemy. One of the problems with your adversary, the devil, is that he doesn’t want to be known. He lurks in the shadows, and when he does come out, he masks himself as an angel of light. But whether he wants to be known or not, we can know him. Dr. Ron Jones tell…
 
Romans 13:8-10 — If there is one word in the Bible that is easily misunderstood, it is the word “love.” Contemporary society replaces the biblical view of love with mere sentiment or lust. Not only this, but love of neighbor is pitted against love of God. In this sermon on Romans 13:8–10 titled “Love Your Neighbour,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones contends…
 
If God is for us, who can be against us? That’s Romans eight, thirty-one, and this is Something Good. Well, that’s a rhetorical question. If God is for us, and He is, then no one can be against us. But that doesn’t stop the Devil from trying everything he can to steal, kill and destroy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-rad…
 
Romans 13:8-10 — Debt is burdensome and being obligated to another is a constant weight on one’s shoulders. But there is one great exception, according to the apostle Paul. That exception is the debt of love. As Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones notes in this sermon on Romans 13:8–10 titled “Love Fulfills the Law,” Paul calls the church to be perpetually obli…
 
It’s been said that the greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world he didn’t exist. The problem is, he does exist. He’s invisible, but very real, and his sole purpose is to destroy your relationship with God. How can we overcome his tactics and find victory? Answers come your way next on Something Good, as Dr. Ron Jones kicks off…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — No matter how the topic is framed – church and state, or Christ and culture – it deserves a lot of careful thought. This is one topic in the history of Christianity that intersects with doctrine, theology, church history, and culture. In this sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Church and the State (6),” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones completes…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — How do the church and ruling government interact? Are they co-equals working together for the greater good? Do they share the same end goal? In this sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Church and the State (5),” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones first examines the historical context of church and government traditions that attempt to work together…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones taught extensively on church history, specifically on the relationship between church and state. In this sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Church and the State (4),” Dr. Lloyd-Jones turns his attention to the underlying foundation of the view proposing an alliance between church and state. How do they biblically…
 
Coming your way next, Ron takes us to the Revelation of Jesus Christ in the conclusion of his important teaching series, “Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip Through The Bible.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-radio/support
 
Romans 13:1-7 — Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones continues his historical review of the relationship between church and state. Building on his previous sermon, he presses the listener to consider church history in this sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Church and the State (3).” It is important, he argues, because there is no neutral ground. It is all relevant…
 
Billions of Christians are waiting for the glorious return of Jesus Christ. And yet many do not understand how it will occur. Coming your way next, Ron takes us to the book of Revelation, and to an unveiling of the mystery behind our Lord’s future return to Earth at the end of days. What will it look like? What are the events that will take place l…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — Does church history hold importance for believers today? Why should Christians look to the past for insight into doctrine instead of looking to Scripture alone? In the second part of his series on the church and the state, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones chastises the arrogance of believers who say church history is not important. In this se…
 
How can you stand firm against false teaching? How can you recognize it, then refute it when it comes? Ron has answers next, as he continues his teaching series, “Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip Through The Bible.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-radio/support
 
Romans 13:1-7 — In this first part of his series on the church and the state, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones lays a historical foundation for understanding the development of the relationship between the two. In this sermon from Romans 13:1–7 titled “Church and the State (1),” he affirms the importance of Christians thinking carefully about their responsib…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — During times of international conflict, the national conversation inevitably moves to the legitimacy of war or the pursuit of peace. Christian conversations are no different. As those who acknowledge this is God’s world and are sincerely concerned about the well-being of their neighbors, Christians are called to engage the issue by …
 
If we took a peek inside your home church, what would we see? Well, what is the purpose of the local church? What should be its priorities? Ron answers those questions and more today, as he continues his teaching series, “Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip Through The Bible.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-radio/support…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — How the people of God relate to kings, emperors, magistrates, and the state in general has long been a topic in the Christian church. Persecution by the state, unjust laws, along with the emergence of new political ideologies, often lead to a re-evaluation on the topic. Can the Christian say with confidence that there is a biblical …
 
Romans 13:1-7 — In today’s media-driven culture, the public can witness firsthand the mess of politicians and politics on social media, cable television, and in print media. Cynically, many Christians might find it necessary to simply retreat out of political concerns and government altogether. Perhaps the Christian could justify a retreat from pol…
 
Romans 13:1-7 — How are Christians supposed to read the Bible? If there are many different views on what the Bible says, how are they to know the right interpretation? The answer is that they must read the Bible as one work of God. In the sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Subject to Government,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones shares that this is because the …
 
The Christian church is worldwide, but it’s also localized. We have community churches, life groups, small group Bible studies. But no matter where they are, however large or small, they should have at least one practical thing in common. Dr. Ron shares that commonality with us next, as he continues his Something Good Radio teaching series, “Route …
 
Romans 13:1-7 — What are the Christian’s duties and responsibilities to government and the state? In this sermon on Romans 13:1–7 titled “Relationships,” this is the perplexing question that Dr. Lloyd-Jones seeks to address. While Christians are citizens of heaven and the kingdom of God, they still live on Earth and are subject to the earthly autho…
 
The book of First John has a lot to say about loving God, and about walking in fellowship with God. How are these two things related? What do that look like in real life? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip Through the Bible.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-good-radio/support…
 
Romans 12:20-21 — The Christian must ask themselves if they truly love those who desire to do them wrong and if it is enough to not return evil with evil. According to the apostle Paul in Romans 12:20–21, God requires much more from Christians. The return of evil with good raises the Christian perspective far above secular morality. It lifts it to …
 
You may already have a relationship with Jesus. But do you have a close, intimate relationship with Him? Well, the book of First John was written by the disciple whom Jesus loved. He was extremely close to Jesus, so close, in fact, that Jesus entrusted His mother, Mary, to John as He was dying four our sin on the cross of Calvary. Today, on Somethi…
 
Romans 12:19-20 — While some popular streams of so-called Christianity claim that becoming a Christian means a care-free life, the New Testament is clear that Christians are likely to have more troubles. In this passage, the apostle Paul assumes Christians faithfully living in this fallen world will inevitably encounter evil against them. In this s…
 
In the previous article, we’ve described what B vitamins are, the eight types, their functions and food sources. In this article, let’s proceed to talk about the common symptoms associated with a deficiency in each of the eight B-group vitamins. B vitamins are essential for maintaining cell health and keeping you energized, and you must keep taking…
 
It’s hard to spot a lie if you don’t know the truth. False teachers have tried to contaminate the church of Jesus Christ for more than two thousand years. Today, Ron tells us how we can recognize their deception, as he continues his teaching series, ““Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip Through The Bible.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Romans 12:17-18 — Biblical ethics are supernatural ethics. The call of the Lord Jesus Christ upon His followers is different from humanity’s own fallen instinct. Christ’s call is a fundamentally other worldly way of life – it is what James calls wisdom from above. When Christians encounter evil against them, the natural instinct is retaliation. A p…
 
Counterfeit Christianity has been around almost since the church was founded some two thousand years ago. It feeds on false doctrine. It sows mistrust. It damages the reputation of the church that Jesus is building. Today, on Something Good, Dr. Ron Jones takes us to the book of Second Peter to show us how to combat this false Gospel, as he continu…
 
Romans 12:16 — In this sermon on Romans 12:16 titled “Wisdom and Knowledge,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones teaches on the importance of being of the same mind. Christians are to bless those who persecute them, rejoice with those who rejoice, and are to be of the same mind in agreement with one another. Two things threaten to destroy harmony – haughtiness …
 
Romans 12:15-16 — Is it harder to rejoice with those who rejoice or weep with those who weep? In this sermon on Romans 12:15–16 titled “Practical Christianity (2),” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones looks at how Christians are called to respond to one another. The problem of every human being, without exception, is the problem of pride and self. All struggle …
 
Romans 12:14-15 — In this sermon on Romans 12:14–15 titled “Practical Christianity (1),” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones looks at the application for the doctrine Paul has been laying down and how theory moves into practical daily living: “The glory of God in His great salvation is involved in this [daily living].” Learn that the best form of evangelism is …
 
Romans 12:13 — In this sermon on Romans 12:13 titled “Fellowship of the Saints,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones challenges the listeners to show hospitality. Preaching from Romans 12:13, one of the first things he clarifies is the true Pauline meaning of hospitality. In the book of Romans (and in other places in Scripture), the biblical meaning for hospita…
 
Let me ask you, what are you hoping for today? And to what are you clinging for that hope? Well, for many, hope is nothing more than wishful thinking. But genuine hope, biblical hope, is something else entirely. What does that kind of hope look like? On what or whom is it based? Find out next, as Ron takes us to the book of First Peter in his conti…
 
Romans 12:12 — The Christian should ask themselves if they are “fervent in spirit” and learn to look at their total view of life in this world as Christian people. There is nothing so fatal for the Christian than to misunderstand his or her life in this present world. “The only way a Christian can rejoice is in the life of this hope [Christ].” How …
 
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