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How Can we save the Prodigals?

Posted by truthtalklive on November 10, 2008

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On today’s show Stu talks about saving the prodigals. His two guest will be Rob Parsons and Ms. Sandra Kearns with Wings Like A Dove. Please pray for all of our listeners who called in today and gave us a testimony but please pray for one in particular Ms. Maria. For more information please visit http://www.family.org/prodigal/.

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Check out these links for great songs like Ricky Atkinson & Compassion & Benny Hester

What about the Prodigals Father: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_H_N8szx2o

When God ran: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWnbXPYUxFY

Check out this picture Stu took with our guest in our Studios

STU AND THE GUEST IN OUR STUDIOS

STU AND THE GUEST IN OUR STUDIOS

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5 Responses to “How Can we save the Prodigals?”

  1. Jared said

    Everything should start with worship! Corporate first … then individual!

    Worship my friends. Look in our God’s word. When and why was God always bringing us back and what were we made for. Even the non-regenerate evidence this. We all worship something.

    Let those who put their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and Him alone worship in “spirit and truth”.

  2. Stanley said

    No homo.
    Rob Parsons makes my heart go all warm and fuzzy.

  3. jAsOn said

    I didn’t listen to the show, but the parable of the prodigal son was one of Jesus’ ways of describing the mystery of the Gentiles coming to faith, so in the context of this show…what are prodigals?

  4. A said

    Let me first say how pleased I was yesterday to hear this topic. I was really frustrated of the Obama bashing during the last few months. I am not unaware that I have probably not heard the last of it. I even called our old friend Duncan with the news flash (he sends greetings to all of you).

    “We” cannot save anyone. Our role is to invite people to pursue an awesome love relationship with the King of Kings. One way that we do that is by being consistent in our demonstration of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control (Galatians 5:22). Too often, we attempt to argue people into getting their lives together on our terms. We call other people names when they choose not to do so. We must remember that our God is much greater than the most compelling argument that we can communicate. Only He can save anyone.

  5. A said

    At one point, Stu and a caller discussed rules verses relationship. People often avoid the church because of rules and how many Christians carry them out. It should really be all about our relationship with God the Father through Jesus His Son. Behavior modification should not be the goal but a by product.

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