In John 6:37, Jesus says that those whom the Father draws to Him will come to Him.  Do you believe that it is actually possible to resist this drawing of the Father to the Son? In other words, is it possible to resist God’s saving grace, or is it irresistible? 
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George Washington once said (and this is a paraphrase) that we can never hope to be a happy nation unless we imitate Christ. Dr. Peter Lillback is the President of Westminster Theological Seminary and also the Providence Forum. Dr. Lillback and Jerry Newcombe joined forces in 2003 to produce the 2006 book, George Washington’s Sacred Fire, which became a national best-seller because Glenn Beck promoted it vigorously in 2010. The book documents beyond a reasonable doubt that George Washington was not a Deist, but a Christian. Dr. Lillback and Dr. Newcombe have a series of discussions on Washington and his faith. This segment deals with the “Circular to the States” Commander-in-Chief Washington wrote to the Governors of the 13 states in June 1783, where he offers a prayer at the end, imploring them to emulate Jesus.

www.providenceforum.org

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Once gay, always gay—or say they say. But what about the individual who was homosexual at one time in his life and then, through of Jesus Christ, was freed from his homosexuality? Such is the case of an ordained minister and author, Stephen H. Black, who has written the book, Freedom Realized: Finding Freedom from Homosexuality & Living a Life Free from Labels. He states, “We are never more like God in His creativity as humans than when we are in concert with God creating life . . . one cannot create life through homosexuality.” Stephen Black of   First Stone Ministries in Oklahoma City joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point. www.redemption-press.com

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2017 may well go down as the year of the sex scandal. Major figures in Hollywood, in the media, in politics are being exposed as engaging in sexual harassment or as being accused of same. Christian radio broadcaster Julie Roys—author of the new book, Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God’s Surprising Vision For Womanhood, as well as a recent blog on the scandals—joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the scandals from a Biblical perspective. www.redeemingthefemininesoul.com

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