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Host: Pastor Mike Abendroth

No Compromise Radio
No Compromise Radio is a ministry based at BBC. “NoCo Radio” is dedicated to the ongoing proclamation of Jesus Christ, even Him crucified (1 Cor 2:1), His exclusive and saving gospel, and His inerrant Word.

The theme verse for the show is Galatians 2:5. Paul wrote, “But we did not yield in subjection to them for even an hour, so that the truth of the gospel would remain with you.” When anyone declares that “Jesus saves,” but you must keep the commandments in order to be saved, the gospel is imperiled and truncated. God has called His church to defend the doctrine of His free and sovereign grace. We intend, by God’s enablement, to defend the gospel of God by both warning against error and teaching the truth. There should be no safe haven for those who add to, or subtract from, the gospel of the resurrected Christ.

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Some strong words from Matt Chandler

 

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Smashing False Idols

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The following sermons are from the 2007 Evangelists Conference sponsored by “A Passion for Life.”

 

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IFCA Pacific Northwest Regional Conference   Port Angeles, Washington

I have been blessed by these messages by Art Azurdia,  If you preach and or teach the Word these messages need to be heard and  applied to your ministry

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Brian Borgman

Mark 4:7  And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up, and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.

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The Importance of Hell

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The Importance of Hell
There are plenty of people today who don’t believe in the Bible’s teaching on everlasting punishment, even those who do find it an unreal and a remote concept.

by Tim Keller

In 2003 a research group discovered 64% of Americans expect to go to heaven when they die, but less than 1% think they might go to hell. Not only are there plenty of people today who don’t believe in the Bible’s teaching on everlasting punishment, even those who do find it an unreal and a remote concept. Nevertheless, it is a very important part of the Christian faith, for several reasons.

1. It is important because Jesus taught about it more than all other Biblical authors put together. Jesus speaks of “eternal fire and punishment” as the final abode of the angels and human beings who have rejected God (Matthew 25:41,46) He says that those who give into sin will be in danger of the “fire of hell” (Matthew 5:22; 18:8-9.) The word Jesus uses for ‘hell’ is Gehenna, a valley in which piles of garbage were daily burned as well as the corpses of those without families who could bury them. In Mark 9:43 Jesus speaks of a person going to “hell [gehenna], where ‘their worm does not die and the fire is not quenched.’ ” Jesus is referring to the maggots that live in the corpses on the garbage heap. When all the flesh is consumed, the maggots die. Jesus is saying, however, that the spiritual decomposition of hell never ends, and that is why ‘their worm does not die.’     Read more here

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