Light To My Path

Light To My Path

By F. Wayne Mac Leod
Bible teaching resources by F. Wayne Mac Leod
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The Race Marked Out 2 - Throwing off Hindrances and Entanglements
If we are going to run the race marked out for us, we will need to identify the hindrances. The writer to the Hebrews challenges us to cast of the weigh that hinders and the sin that entangled so that we run the race before us.
20:39
July 11, 2020
The Race Marked Out -1 - The Cloud of Witnesses
Hebrews 12:1-3 challenge us to run the ract that has been marked out for us. One of the inspirations for us to be obedient to this call is the great cloud of witnesses that surround us testifying to the enabling and provison of God.
18:09
July 4, 2020
By Way of the Red Sea: 5 - Matured by God
As those who belong to the Lord Jesus we have been equipped with all that we need to live a life of victory. Why then do we see so many Christians live defeated and powerless lives? The answer lies in the next great work of God in the life of Israel --the work of bringing them to maturity.
22:20
June 27, 2020
By Way of the Red Sea: 4 - Refined by God
The Lord led His people into the wilderness to the Red Sea and the end of all their resources in order to reveal His presence and power.
18:59
June 24, 2020
By Way of the Red Sea 3 - Protected By God
Knowing who we are the the temptations we face, the Lord God commits himself to protect us in the path He has laid our for us.
21:16
June 20, 2020
By Way of the Red Sea 2 - Led By God
God did not deliver His people and let them fend for themselves. The God who delivers promises also to lead us. This leading is not only our privilege as children of God but also our desperate need.
21:13
June 14, 2020
By Way of the Red Sea 1 - Delivered By God
The people of God were facing the greatest trial they had ever faced as a nation. They lived under the oppression of slavery and hatred in the land of Egypt. Unable to save themselves from this cruelty, they cried out to God for deliverance. Exodus 13:17 is a declaration of defeat to the enamy and victory for God's people. This same victory can be ours in the circumstances we face in life.
17:56
June 3, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety 10 - Some Final Thoughts
In this episode we will conclude our study of Philippians 4:5-7 with some personal thoughts and some final words of encouragement.
20:12
May 27, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety 9 - A Peace that Guards our Hearts and Minds
The apostle Paul told the Philippians that the peace of God would guard their hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. The peace of God is not a passive feeling or an optional benefit for the believer but a guard watching over us and keeping us in times of anxiety and trouble.
19:46
May 20, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 8 - A Peace That Surpasses Understanding
The apostle Paul promises that those who make their requests known to God by prayer and supplication will know the peace of God that surpasses understanding. What is this peace? In this episode we will look at four aspects to the peace that God gives.
21:19
May 13, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 7- "Let Your Request Be Make Known to God"
The apostle Paul told the Philippians that if they were going to deal with their anxiety, they would have to let their requests be made known to God. In this episode we will take a look at what it means to make our requests known.
18:13
May 7, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 6 - Thankfulness
Paul encourged the Philippians, in light of their anxiety, to be thankful. How can we be thankful when everything seems to be falling apart around us. In the episode we will examine what it means to be thankful and how this thankfulness is a powerful tool as we deal with anxiety.
15:53
April 29, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 5 - By Prayer and Supplication
In Philippians 4:6 Paul offers some practical suggestions on how to deal with anxiety. In this reflection we will examine the role of prayer and supplication..
16:37
April 22, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 4 - "Do Not Be Anxious About Anything"
Paul told the Corinthians that he experienced the "daily pressure of anxiety for all the churches" (2 Corinthians 11:28). Yet here in Philippians 4:6 he told the Philippians that they were not to be anxious about anything. How do we reconcile these two statements?
16:17
April 16, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 3 - "Anxious"
What is anxiety according to the Bible? Is anxiety always a bad thing? In this study we will look at the use of the word "anxious" in the Bible.
24:37
April 9, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 2 - Rejoicing and Reasonableness
What is our response to the trials that come our way? In Philippians 4:4-6 the apostle Paul encouraged the church of Philippi to rejoice and demonstrate the truth of what they believed through their reasonableness.
13:20
April 1, 2020
Overcoming Anxiety: 1 - Introduction
In Philippians 4:5-7 the apostle Paul reminds the church of Philipi that while suffering is a normal part of the Christian life they had no cause to be overcome by the circumstance around them.
13:57
March 24, 2020