Key Life Network

Steve Brown

If You’re Saved and You Know It

January 15, 2013
It’s not what you do. It’s who you are.

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HIDDEN AGENDAS
We’re phony, afraid and sinful, and the pressure of keeping it all together is overwhelming. Frankly, it’s killing us and hurting those we love. God always recognizes us. He sees behind the masks we wear and the hidden agendas that drive us. It does no good for you to tell God that you're sick when you're drunk, that you love him when you don't, or that you didn't steal and eat an apple... with apple juice dripping down your chin. So sometimes (not always) we're reasonably honest with God, but it will be a cold day in a hot place before most of us will be fully honest with anybody else. God, of course, isn't that safe, but his job description is love. The rest of the world scares the spit out of us. 

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‘Abide in me’ in the Greek means ‘abide in me.’
January 14, 2013
What about the Mormons? The answer to that and other questions.
January 11, 2013
If you’re witnessing, please stop.
January 10, 2013
Sometimes the Christian faith is a pyramid scheme.
January 9, 2013
If you’re saved and you know it, your life ought to show it.
January 8, 2013
The voices of Key Life Network. We’re going to listen to another voice today.
January 7, 2013
How in the world did the disciples know it was Moses and Elijah that met with Jesus? The answer to that and other questions.
January 4, 2013
You’re probably in a prison and you don’t even know it.
January 3, 2013
As men go, so goes the church...maybe.
January 2, 2013
If teenagers puzzle you, we’re here to help.
January 1, 2013
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HIDDEN AGENDAS
We’re phony, afraid and sinful, and the pressure of keeping it all together is overwhelming. Frankly, it’s killing us and hurting those we love. God always recognizes us. He sees behind the masks we wear and the hidden agendas that drive us. It does no good for you to tell God that you're sick when you're drunk, that you love him when you don't, or that you didn't steal and eat an apple... with apple juice dripping down your chin. So sometimes (not always) we're reasonably honest with God, but it will be a cold day in a hot place before most of us will be fully honest with anybody else. God, of course, isn't that safe, but his job description is love. The rest of the world scares the spit out of us. 

About Key Life Network

Key Life exists to communicate that the deepest message of the ministry of Jesus and the Bible is the radical grace of God to sinners and sufferers. 

Because life is hard for everyone, grace is for all of us. And grace means that because of what Jesus has done, when you run to him, God’s not mad at you.

All of the radio shows, sermons, books, and videos we produce work together toward one mission: to get you and those you love Home with radical freedom, infectious joy and surprising faithfulness to Christ as your crowning achievement.

Learn more: http://www.keylife.org

About Steve Brown

He’s not your mother and he’s not your guru.  He’s Steve Brown - a speaker, author, former pastor and seminary professor, and founder of Key Life Network, Inc. 

At Key Life, Steve serves as Bible teacher on the radio program Key Life and the host of the talk show Steve Brown, Etc. Prior to Key Life, Steve served as a pastor for more than thirty years and continues speaking extensively.

Steve has also authored numerous books, including How to Talk So People Will ListenThree Free SinsHidden Agendas and his latest release, Talk the Walk: How to Be Right Without Being Insufferable (now available as an audiobook).

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