Richard Ellis Talks

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April 30, 2014
The Bible is like a letter written to us by God, and we need to treat it as such a valuable letter that we read over and over to learn more about Him. None of it will make sense unless we ask Him to reveal Himself to us through the Scripture, and when He does we can help others learn about Him as well.

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While it is important to study Scripture, we need to remember that God doesn’t want to use us because of all the great knowledge we can obtain but rather so that He gets the glory through us. If you are humble and willing to do whatever He asks, you are qualified to do His work.
April 29, 2014
We all have certain dates in our lives that are great dates to remember as well as difficult dates. Rather than allowing Satan to rule over those difficult dates, we must remember the Spirit that God has given us – of power, love and a sound mind – and reclaim those dates to give them to the Lord. Out of every date in our lives, the most important one of all is the date that we choose to follow Jesus, knowing that it is His blood that covers our lives with His grace and gives us salvation.
April 28, 2014
Leaven, or yeast, can be used for two different teaching analogies. It can represent evil in forms of added religion, complaining, disputing or disobedience where a little in one person can affect the whole Church. On the other hand, we as Christians are supposed to be leaven in the world, infecting the world in a good way for the Kingdom of God.
April 25, 2014
God’s kindness leads us to a godly sorrow about our sin that should always follow with repentance. When we truly repent, we don’t go back to doing the same thing but rather we make a change in our lives with God’s help and strength. Once change is made we can experience fellowship with God.
April 24, 2014
The Old Testament people had to make continual sacrifices for their sins, but the guilt of their sin never went away. When Jesus came and died on the cross, His sacrifice was the final sacrifice needed to not only offer us forgiveness but to clear us of the guilt that our sin brings forever.
April 23, 2014
The story of Peter sharing the Gospel with Cornelius, a gentile, is an example to us that God will sometimes stretch us to break traditions for His purpose of reaching others. We must make sure to be listening to God and not going off and doing things on our own. The people He calls us to reach and the places He calls us to go may stretch us, but everyone is in need of Him, even ourselves.
April 22, 2014
Jesus came to earth as a baby, breathing in our air, and He died on the cross fully human and God, breathing out his last breath. Because He rose again from the dead, He offers to breath into us new everlasting life that all we have to do is receive.
April 21, 2014
When Jesus was crucified, His last words that He spoke while hanging on the cross told the thief He would see him in paradise, told His brother to take care of His mother, spoke of his humanness in being thirsty, and finally proclaimed the completion of the payment for sin. Christ’s death was the full payment once and for all, taking all of our sin on Himself, and finishing all the was needed so that we may be free.
April 18, 2014
In order to feed our spiritual selves so that we do not starve, it is essential that we not only read the words in the Bible, but that we process them as well. We need other people in our lives to disciple us and show us how to chew on certain parts of Scripture so that we can be satisfied, and then we can help others.
April 17, 2014
The Gospel story is that Jesus died a brutal death, was buried as a dead man, and rose to life. It is because of His sacrifice and His resurrection that we can be saved from the inevitable spiritual death that is due to sin. It is important that we share this good news with everyone we encounter, knowing that it is only God who can give them the faith to believe it.
April 16, 2014
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About Richard Ellis Talks

The reason this radio show exists, is to share Richard's talks about a God who is alive. A God who loves you. A God who wants to give you hope and a future. Hear Richard talk. Feel God. And if you'd ever want to find out more about who God is, and how to get to know Him a little better, we'd love to connect with you, at, or call us anytime at 855-6-RICHARD. Of course, Richard and his team would love to stay in contact with you on all the social media platforms. Just search for "Talk With Richard" so we can keep the conversation going!

About Richard Ellis

Authentic... Genuine... Sincere... This guy is the real deal. He loves God. He loves his wife Rebecca and his 3 daughters. He loves people. He loves his job. He loves Texas BBQ. He loves an occasional round of golf. And he loves the Dallas Cowboys (but don’t hold that against him!).

Richard grew up as a missionary kid in Brazil, coming back to the states to finish his education. He graduated from Baylor University in 1982 with a BA in Oral Communications, and earned his MDIV in 1985 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, making him the sixth generation of pastors in his family. His early days of ministry included serving for three years as the Single Adults Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Dallas.

Then in 1997, Richard Ellis founded Reunion Church, a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, non-denominational church in the heart of Dallas,Texas. Dallas needed a church like it. And it would need a pastor like Richard. So Reunion Church was born. And now the radio show and the website ( join the Reunion Church community under the leadership of this guy. And we’re all the better for it!

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