Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Seal Beach Kid

See how the Moral Law (Ten Commandments) humbles a young man as Ray shares with him at Seal Beach in Southern California.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Oh Glenn....Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn......

Man I like you alot! You're a very cool guy. And likeable. But I feel like you're really trickin' me. So stop! Can Tim Tebow play quarterback from Denver and also be a wide reciever for Sam Bradford on the St. Louis Rams? No man! We can't play for two teams Glenn. Stop confusing me! Which is it?

Here is the entire episode if you want to view that. I would. Please.


Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mighty is The Cross

My friends Andrew Cunningham, Sam York, and Chase Trench performed Mighty is The Power of the Cross tonight at church. I had the privilege of recording it.....they sound so amazing together.....I just wish my man Chase Young was up there with them. Hey, God was blessed. For His glory.


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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Open Air in Bricktown on 08/21/10

Had a wonderful night in Bricktown tonight. Lots of opposition. Yet, the Gospel was proclaimed to hundreds if not thousands.

God was glorified.

This is the 2nd open air I preached in Bricktown. This one for some reason gathered more of a crowd.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Shocking Youth Message by Paul Washer

This is a Shockingly Powerful & Biblical message preached to about 5,000 youth in a day when youth are appealed to through shallow and worldly means.

At one point in this sermon the 5,000 Youth are clapping and yelling BUT THEN the preacher makes a comment that CHANGES THE WHOLE ATMOSPHERE TO WHERE YOU COULD HAVE HEARD A PIN DROP... As you can imagine, the preacher was never invited back.

We believe the whole sermon will be a blessing to many souls. For more info about Paul Washer go to www.heartcrymissionary.com

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Adam Streetlight Preaching

My good friend Adam doing some street light preaching on the corner in Bricktown from 08/14/10. Way to go Adam!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Cross on The Corner 08/12/10

Went to the corner without the Cross for bout an hour. Home now. Lots of good honks and waves and even a hearty "Amen!" And then a motorcycle dude screamed "Get out of my way!". I was like 7 feet away. Oh well. Gave some tracts to some passerbyers. A good night all together.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

"Michael at the Door"with Tony Miano

Tony Miano is on staff with Living Waters/Way of The Master in California. One day while at his home, a man named Michael came to his door involved with a program, I think needing to sell something, and didn't know that God had this meeting set up from the beginning.  Listen as to how Tony transitions the conversation from the natural, the product he's promoting, to the spiritual, his eternal destiny and where he stands before Jesus Christ. We find this same principle in John 4 with Jesus and the woman at the well. He was able to converse with the woman and then swing to the spiritual. See below the clip for the excert from the Evidence Bible by Bridge Logos for the description of this portion of scripture. 

"Verses 7–26 of John 4 give us the Master’s example of how to share our faith. Notice that Jesus spoke
to the woman at the well when she was alone. We will often find that people are more open and honest when they are alone. So, if possible, pick a person who is sitting by himself. From there, we can see four clear principles to follow:

First: Jesus began in the natural realm (v. 7). This woman was unregenerate, and the Bible tells us “the natural man receives not the things of the Spirit of God” (1 Corinthians 2:14). He therefore spoke of something she could relate to—water. Most of us can strike up a conversation with a stranger in the natural realm. It may be a friendly “How are you doing?” or a warm “Good morning!” If the person responds with a sense of warmth, we may then ask, “Do you live around here?” and from there develop a conversation.

Second: Jesus swung the conversation to the spiritual realm (v. 10). He simply mentioned the things of God. This will take courage. We may say something like, “Did you go to church on Sunday?” or “Did you see that Christian TV program last week?” If the person responds positively, the question “Do you have a Christian background?” will probe his background. He may answer, “I went to church when I was a child, but I drifted away from it.” Another simple way to swing to the spiritual is to offer the person a gospel tract and ask, “Did you get one of these?” When he takes it, simply say, “It’s a gospel tract. Do you come from a Christian background?”

Third: Jesus brought conviction using the Law of God (vv. 16–18). Jesus gently spoke to her conscience by alluding to the fact that she had transgressed the Seventh of the Ten Commandments. He used the Law to bring “the knowledge of sin” (see Romans 3:19,20). We can do the same by asking, “Do you think that you have kept the Ten Commandments?” Most people think they have, so quickly follow with, “Have you ever told a lie?” This is confrontational, but if it’s asked in a spirit of love and gentleness, there won’t be any offense. Remember that the “work of the Law [is] written in their hearts” and that the conscience will bear “witness” (Romans 2:15). Jesus confronted the rich young ruler in Luke 18:18–21 with five of the Ten Commandments and there was no offense. Have confidence that the conscience will do its work and affirm the truth of each Commandment. Don’t be afraid to gently ask, “Have you ever stolen something, even if it’s small?” Learn how to open up the spirituality of the Law and show how God considers lust to be the same as adultery (Matthew 5:27,28) and hatred the same as murder (1 John 3:15). Make sure you get an admission of guilt.

Ask the person, “If God judges you by the Ten Commandments on Judgment Day, do you think you will be innocent or guilty?” If he says he will be innocent, ask, “Why is that?” If he admits his guilt, ask, “Do you think you will go to heaven or hell?” From there the conversation may go one of three ways:

1. He may confidently say, “I don’t believe in hell.” Gently respond, “That doesn’t matter. You still have to face God on Judgment Day whether you believe in it or not. If I step onto the freeway when a massive truck is heading for me and I say, ‘I don’t believe in trucks,’ my lack of belief isn’t going to change reality.” Then tenderly tell him he has already admitted to you that he has lied, stolen, and committed adultery in his heart, and that God gave him a conscience so that he would know right from wrong. His conscience and the conviction of the Holy Spirit will do the rest. That’s why it is essential to draw out an admission of guilt before you mention Judgment Day or the existence of hell.

2. He may say that he’s guilty, but that he will go to heaven. This is usually because he
thinks that God is “good,” and that He will, therefore, overlook sin in his case. Point out that if a judge in a criminal case has a guilty murderer standing before him, the judge, if he is a good man, can’t just let him go. He must ensure that the guilty man is punished. If God is good, He must (by nature) punish murderers,
rapists, thieves, liars, adulterers, fornicators, and those who have lived in rebellion to the inner light that God has given to every man.

3. He may admit that he is guilty and therefore going to hell. Ask him if that concerns
him. Speak to him about how much he values his eyes and how much more therefore he should value the salvation of his soul.

Fourth: Jesus revealed Himself to her (v. 26). Once the Law has humbled the person, he is ready for grace. Remember, the Bible says that God resists the proud and gives grace to the humble (James 4:6). The gospel is for the humble. Only the sick need a physician, and only those who will admit that they have the disease of sin will truly embrace the cure of the gospel. Learn how to present the work of the cross—that God sent His Son to suffer and die in our place. Tell the sinner of the love of God in Christ; that Jesus rose from the dead and defeated death. Take him back to civil law and say, “It’s as simple as this: We broke God’s Law, and Jesus paid our fine. If you will repent and trust in the Savior, God will forgive your sins and dismiss your case.” Ask him if he understands what you have told him. If he is willing to confess and forsake his sins, and trust the Savior with his eternal salvation, have him pray and ask God to forgive him. Then pray for him. Get him a Bible. Instruct him to read it daily and obey what he reads, and encourage him to get into a Bible-believing, Christpreaching church."


Wednesday, August 11, 2010

What Did Jesus Do?

Who do you know who isn’t saved? Your mother or father? A sibling? A good friend? Your spouse? Your child? Think of their terrible fate if they die without Christ. I’m sure you want to share your faith, but perhaps you’re afraid, or maybe you don’t feel equipped or don't know how. This video will help you overcome your fears and give you the tools you need. Using the Biblical principles of Law to the proud, Grace to the humble, you will never again feel uncomfortable in sharing your faith. Along with Kirk Cameron, follow Ray Comfort as he shows you The Way of The Master, Jesus Christ.

College Kid Testimonies

Why is it so hard for a self proclaimed "Christian" to give up a testimony? Todd went around to different universities and had a number of conversations with some post modern college kids and we get the privilege to listen in on them. It's a train wreck. Listen and comment away.....


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Cross on The Corner

I had the privilege of taking the Cross to the corner last night near my house. If you've ever tried skydiving, as I have, I highly recommend that over this. This was absolutely terrifying....for about 3 minutes. Once the fear of man went away, it was absolutely amazing. I received lots of great responses and two ladies actually stopp...ed and asked what the message meant. The Cross reads "Are You Ready?" and she implied I meant the rapture. It could mean that, however thousands of people won't make it until the rapture. This just means death. 150,000 people die every 24 hours. What are you willing to do to reach out to the perishing?

Tony Miano said this, "Depraved Indifference: Being morally culpable while acting with wanton disregard for the life of another. If you refuse to share the gospel with lost souls, then you are guilty as charged."

By all means, preach the Gospel. Be bold! Your reward awaits.

"Rescue the perishing, care for the dying, snatch them in pity from sin and the grave; weep o'er the erring one, lift up the fallen, tell them of Jesus, the mighty to save."

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Two 14 Year Olds

Listen to Todd as he walkd through the law and Grace with these two kids. Repentance is available for ANYONE who repents and trusts Jesus Christ. Turning away from sin.

I believe this, you believe that. We're both right. Really??

Does it matter what we believe? Or does it matter whether or not what we believe in is true? You decide.

This is a great conversation between Todd and a lady named Heather. Take a listen on how the conversation is natural, then switched to spiritual. The law was given and made way for the Gospel. Then beliefs came to the table. Do you stand for what you believe in, or truth? Take a listen.....

Bricktown Open Air from July 31st, 2010

Everything goes haywire shortly after I start. Its better to skip to 4:00 minutes even. :)

Interview with a Street Preacher: Shane Dodson

Interview with a Street Preacher: Brady Brewer