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Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 2
After losing his godly mother, when he was just seven years old, John began to hang out with the wrong crowd. Disturbed by his delinquency, his father, a sea captain, began taking him along on ocean voyages, but John's life soon spiraled into [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - The Wonder of the Word - Part 1
It's the most read book in the world, selling close to 4 billion copies over the past 50 years. The Bible is an amazing book, unlike any other. Although it was written over a period of around 1500 years, by 40 different people, on three continents, [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Spiritual Imposters
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Doug Batchelor - Spiritual Imposters
Doug Batchelor - Spiritual Imposters
The Christians of the Ancient Mediterranean world used catacombs, a network of subterranean chambers and galleries for burial, but during times of persecution, the catacombs became places of refuge because burial grounds were guarded or sacrosanct [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 2
In 1629, the emperor of India, Shah Jahan, went on a military campaign to crush rebellion in his kingdom. Even though she was ill and pregnant, his wife joined him on the grueling journey. On the way, she collapsed, gave birth to their daughter, [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Bricks Without Straw - Part 1
If you've ever been to Arlington National Cemetery, you've probably seeing a sharp-looking sentinel guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Every detail of this Honor Guard Service is flawlessly executed, and it's filled with symbolism, too. Only [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 2
Nuclear submarines or boomers are modern engineering wonders equivalent to a tightly packed self-contained city where a crew of 140 share the space of a three bedroom house. A nuclear sub can stay submerged up to 90 days. There's little contact [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Refusing Babylon's Buffet - Part 1
In January 2010, a minivan struck and killed a man crossing a Brooklyn street, especially tragic because this was no ordinary man. Joe Rollino would've been 105 years old in March. His friend said he was the model of health. A World War II vet with [...]
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Doug Batchelor - A Cold Confession
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Doug Batchelor - A Cold Confession
Doug Batchelor - A Cold Confession
I'm going to be sharing something very personal with you and making a confession. You've heard it said before: confession is good for the soul, but very bad for the reputation; and that may be the case today. But your pastor was addicted and [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Kingdoms in Time
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Doug Batchelor - Kingdoms in Time
Doug Batchelor - Kingdoms in Time
Time, what is it? All that is, and all that was, and all that is to be lies within this dimension that we know as time. Of course, time is made up of three distinct parts, the past, the future, and then each of us experiences life on a brief, razor [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, Conquered by Compromise
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, Conquered by Compromise
Doug Batchelor - Samson, Conquered by Compromise
We're continuing a series that we began a couple of weeks ago dealing with the Bible character of Samson. And today, in particular, we're going to be talking about Samson who was conquered by compromise. Samson's story is something of a paradox, [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, The Jawbone of a Donkey
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, The Jawbone of a Donkey
Doug Batchelor - Samson, The Jawbone of a Donkey
We're in the midst of a series, right now, dealing with some lessons from the life of Samson. Last week we talked about - part 1 - Samson: Honey From a Lion. This week we're in part 2 - there will probably be three parts - this week we're talking [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, Honey from a Lion
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Doug Batchelor - Samson, Honey from a Lion
Doug Batchelor - Samson, Honey from a Lion
If I were to ask you who in the Bible do you think of if I were to talk about the smartest person who's ever lived, who would that be? Solomon. If I was to ask you to tell me, in the Bible, who was the person that had the greatest patience and [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 2
Ancient Scandinavian history tells of a fearsome class of Norse warriors called Berserkers. To appear more terrifying, these Berserkers would dress themselves up in the skins of bears, wolves, or other wild animals. Before entering battle, [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Is My Christianity Real? - Part 1
At four feet tall, the emperor penguin is the largest penguin species in the world. Every spring, these majestic birds travel up to 75 miles inland on the Arctic ice pack, walking and sliding on their bellies to arrive at one of the most desolate [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 2
It's a very common topic in the Bible to address the anxiety and concern that people have. Jesus, in His Sermon on the Mount, got right into it. He said, in chapter 6 of Matthew, "Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Worrying About Stuff - Part 1
Now, I don't know if I’m the only one that has a tendency to worry. Are there any worriers out there? If you don't have anything to worry about, I could probably help you think of something. There's a lot of things that, if you want to, you could [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Angry Christian
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Doug Batchelor - The Angry Christian
Doug Batchelor - The Angry Christian
I hope you are all in a good mood because I’m going to talk about anger; and if you're already angry this may go the wrong way. The message title today is dealing with, what may sound like an oxymoron, the angry Christian. You know, back in March [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Devil's Dungeon
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Doug Batchelor - The Devil's Dungeon
Doug Batchelor - The Devil's Dungeon
Tonight our subject is dealing with the topic of the Millennium in the Bible, sometimes known as the thousand years. You find this in revelation 20; it's called the “Devil's Dungeon”. If you have your Bible, I'd like to invite you to turn with me to [...]
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Doug Batchelor - When a Christian Falls
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Doug Batchelor - When a Christian Falls
Doug Batchelor - When a Christian Falls
On Christmas Eve 1971, 17-year-old Juliane Koepcke boarded Lansa flight 508 with her mother in Lima, Peru. After crossing the Andes Mountains, dark thunderclouds surrounded the aircraft, causing severe turbulence. Suddenly, a bolt of lightning [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Can the Saved Be Lost?
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Doug Batchelor - Can the Saved Be Lost?
Doug Batchelor - Can the Saved Be Lost?
Typically, you come to church, and you hear the pastor talk about how the lost can be saved, how the lost can be saved. It's a wonderful message in the Bible, and I think everyone here knows that but in case you don't and you're lost, I want you to [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Supreme Sacrifice
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Doug Batchelor - The Supreme Sacrifice
Doug Batchelor - The Supreme Sacrifice
Can you imagine stepping into the line of fire on a battlefield to save your enemy? On November 12, 1944, German Lieutenant Friedrich Lengfeld heard the desperate cries of a wounded American soldier who had been shot down in the midst of a German [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Proving the Prophets
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Doug Batchelor - Proving the Prophets
Doug Batchelor - Proving the Prophets
The 14th century Aztec Empire was one of the most powerful and sophisticated civilizations in the western hemisphere. Yet this kingdom of 2 million people was conquered within a year by a Spanish force of just 600 lightly armored men. How did it [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 2
One of the more bizarre laws in Minnesota forbids any game where participants chase a greased pig in order to catch it. It's also illegal to throw knives at men wearing striped suits in Natoma, Kansas. In West Virginia, using your ferret for [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Commands of the King - Part 1
Did you know it's against the law to doze off under a hairdryer in Florida, to play hopscotch on Sunday in Missouri, to hunt camels in Arizona, to insert a penny in your ear in Hawaii, to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole in Atlanta, to catch mice [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 2
For nine months between 1898 and 1899 two famous man-eating lions of Sabo terrorized workers employed in the construction of a railway bridge in Uganda. As the death toll rose, construction was brought to a virtual standstill. The workers said they [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - The Prince of Pride - Part 1
Many legends and stories from around the world talk about flying dragons, and some may even contain a kernel of truth. Paleontologists have discovered the fossilized bones of giant flying reptiles called pterosaurs or winged lizards. They've got [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Dream of the Empires
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Doug Batchelor - Dream of the Empires
Doug Batchelor - Dream of the Empires
There are few humans whose intellect could match the genius of Leonardo da Vinci, one of the greatest artists and inventors of all time. Probably, he's most renowned for his Mona Lisa painting. Leonardo also excelled in the fields of science, [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 2
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Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 2
Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 2
Contrary to the popular belief that lightning never strikes the same spot twice, it's actually been known to strike objects, even people, multiple times during intense electrical storms. During one storm, for instance, the Empire State Building in [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 1
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Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 1
Doug Batchelor - Coronation of the King - Part 1
The Great Basin bristle cone pine is one of the longest-living organisms on earth. Incredibly, it can live more than 4,000 years. In fact, one specimen called the Methuselah tree in the White Mountains of California is believed to be over 4,700 [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Beauty of Sacrifice
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Doug Batchelor - The Beauty of Sacrifice
Doug Batchelor - The Beauty of Sacrifice
Message today, we're going to be talking about really a very important central, core Bible theme dealing with the beauty of sacrifice. Sacrifice, and typically when we think about sacrifice, we recoil a little bit at the idea because it makes us [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Fig Trees and Pharisees
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Doug Batchelor - Fig Trees and Pharisees
Doug Batchelor - Fig Trees and Pharisees
I'd like to share a little amazing fact with you. Way back in 1630, when the pilgrims landed, one of the first governors was a man named John Endecott. He was good friends with Roger Williams, one of the founders of our country. And they were trying [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Cause and Cure for Discouragement
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Doug Batchelor - The Cause and Cure for Discouragement
Doug Batchelor - The Cause and Cure for Discouragement
I was hoping some of you were discouraged because that's what I'm talking about today. If you're all doing fine, it's sort of waste. But message today is dealing with the subject of discouragement. More specifically, the cause or causes and cure for [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Seven Steps to Stronger Faith
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Doug Batchelor - Seven Steps to Stronger Faith
Doug Batchelor - Seven Steps to Stronger Faith
"Seven Steps to Stronger Faith," we're going to get right to it. This is one of the most important things I think that we could talk about because faith is essential in being saved. Now, when I went to school, I love history, I didn't do [...]
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Doug Batchelor - Walking in Integrity
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Doug Batchelor - Walking in Integrity
Doug Batchelor - Walking in Integrity
I want to welcome everybody. Thank you for joining us here at Granite Bay as well as our friends, who are watching on television and the internet. This is the second part in a four part series. We have three parts and one session of questions and [...]
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Doug Batchelor - The Beatitudes, Eight Keys to Joy and Peace - Part 3
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Doug Batchelor - The Beatitudes, Eight Keys to Joy and Peace - Part 3
Doug Batchelor - The Beatitudes, Eight Keys to Joy and Peace - Part 3
In the beatitudes we've been looking for, I just wanted to reemphasize this was not a smattering of ideas and teachings but it is a progress. First step, of course, is you come to the place where you're poor in spirit, you realize that you're [...]
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