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The Eight Deadly Thoughts

The Last Deadly Thought And the Only Resolution You Need to Make

Rankin Wilbourne • January 3, 2016

Rankin Wilbourne concludes the series on The Eight Deadly Thoughts.

Anger and the South Park Prophet

Josh Geiger • December 27, 2015

Josh Geiger continues the series on The Eight Deadly Thoughts.

A Christmas Feast

Rankin Wilbourne • December 20, 2015

Pastor Rankin Wilbourne continues the series on 'The Eight Deadly Thoughts' by talking about one of our culture's most widespread thoughts - Gluttony.  Rankin defines Gluttony in a way that shows the impact on our daily lives, and then reveals the cure.

The Way to Rest and Be Merry

Rankin Wilbourne • December 13, 2015

Rankin continues the series on The Eight Deadly Thoughts with the root of every other ill - pride, the desire for self reign.  Rankin names five tests we can use to spot pride in our own lives, and then elaborates on the antidote, humility.

The Joy of Giving

Rankin Wilbourne • December 6, 2015

Rankin continues the series on The Eight Deadly Thoughts by talking about greed, and how our money exposes our hearts and priorities. He elaborates on the story of the rich young ruler – how Jesus exposes the man's priority of money over God and how money gives us the illusion of security, blinding us spiritually. He concludes by explaining how true security and wealth is found in Christ.

What’s the Big Deal With Lust?

Rankin Wilbourne • November 22, 2015

Rankin continues the series on "The Eight Deadly Thoughts" by talking about lust. He begins by contrasting the great value of sex, which is a life-uniting act between two people, whereas lust is a self-indulgent fantasy that separates one person from another person. He then moves into expanding on four words to help in confronting lust in our own lives: faith, friends, guardrails, and grooves.

Vainglory and Sadness

Rankin Wilbourne • November 15, 2015

Rankin begins the series on 'The Eight Deadly Thoughts' with the least enjoyable of them all... envy.  He Table1 what it is, what makes it grow, and how we can cut it out.