Real Radio With Jack Hibbs

Worship God With What You Are – C 2 Corinthians 11:5-15 We’re looking at a section in chapter eleven of Second Corinthians where Paul the apostle continues to be quite open and transparent. He also continues contrasting false teaching with the truth of God’s word. In fact, the passage contains the famous description of Satan disguising himself as an “angel of light.”Read More →

Real Radio With Jack Hibbs

With This Mind – 4C 2 Corinthians 11:1-4 We’re in a multi-part series that looks at the first four verses of chapter eleven. It’s a passage that includes a warning to believers not to be led astray “as the serpent deceived Eve,” says the text. http://originserver.calvarycch.org/realradio/20160421.mp3Read More →

Real Radio With Jack Hibbs

With This Mind – 4B 2 Corinthians 11:1-4 We’re in a multi-part series that looks at the first four verses of chapter eleven. It’s a passage that includes a warning to believers not to be led astray “as the serpent deceived Eve,” says the text. http://originserver.calvarycch.org/realradio/20160420.mp3Read More →

Real Radio With Jack Hibbs

With This Mind – 2C 2 Corinthians 11:1-4 We’re looking at the first four verses of chapter eleven of Second Corinthians. The passage contains a verse that is well-known to seasoned believers who have been deceived. Paul warns against falling for a false Jesus, a false spirit, and a false gospel! http://originserver.calvarycch.org/realradio/20160413.mp3Read More →

Real Radio With Jack Hibbs

With This Mind – 2B 2 Corinthians 11:1-4 We’re looking at the first four verses of chapter eleven of Second Corinthians. The passage contains a verse that is well-known to seasoned believers who have been deceived. Paul warns against falling for a false Jesus, a false spirit, and a false gospel! http://originserver.calvarycch.org/realradio/20160412.mp3Read More →

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John 12:20-21 “Now there were certain Gentiles among those who came up to worship at the feast. Then they came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida of Galilee, and asked him, saying, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.”‘ It is my increasing prayer that the Lord would make us more like prophets and less like scribes. Scribes write about the things that they’ve learned. Prophets speak about the things that they have seen. I’ve read about Jesus, but my soul cannot rest with that only. I inquire with those who said, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.” Now, more than ever, I want to seeRead More →