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2010-10-24 Walking on water

2010-10-23
Length: 48m 58s

30% of Australia's water comes from underground, but we don't understand this huge national resource. We're draining some aquifers and overfilling others - with no agreement on what's sustainable - not even amongst the scientists. So what are we willing …

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High and Lifted Up - The Bronze Serpent

2009-05-17 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 41s

It is not an exaggeration to say that most people realize that there is something very special about Jesus of Nazareth. But that being said, not everyone knows exactly what to do with Jesus. On the playing field of religion and philosophy, where exactly does Jesus fit? Nicodemus felt this confusion, just as many people do today. Nicodemus was a master of the Old Testament and devoted to its teaching. He had studied the revelation God had given to Israel and he considered himself an heir and a guardian to that truth. In these roles of guardian and heir, he sought to protect what he saw to be true - and to attack what he saw to be false. But when Nicodemus encountered Jesus, he encountered a very serious dilemma: the miracles that Jesus did proved that He was sent from God. But Jesus wasn't like the other "men of God" that Nicodemus knew. And to make matters worse, sometimes the God that Jesus proclaimed didn't sound very much like the God Nicodemus thought he knew. Nicodemus sought to resolve his problems by questioning Jesus honestly and directly. But in the end he discovered that it was Jesus that forced him to question himself and his own beliefs. We pray that you will listen along as Nicodemus learns the very thing that we all must learn: that no matter what it is - or who it is - that we hold to be true, we must reject it if it conflicts with what God says is true. …

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How To Know God (Part 2)

2009-03-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 34s

Most people profess a desire to know God - to experience God. Some seek to fulfill this desire by gazing deep within themselves, striving to find any 'divine spark' that may reside within them. Others shun that approach, and instead search for God outside of themselves. They look up through a telescope, or down through a microscope, hoping to find God in the extremes of scale and complexity that are offered by the universe around us. But no matter which approach is used, people undertake these quests for really just one reason: they are not satisfied with the way things are. They desire to know God, because they do not know God. They desire to experience God, because there is an unfulfilled longing in the center of their being that only God can satisfy. It is indeed a fact that God's word presses us to look deep within ourselves. Not so that we would somehow see God inside of us - but instead, so that we would see the lack of God inside of us. God has a deep, deep purpose in showing us the truth of who and what we are. And it is indeed a fact that God's word presses us to look far down the microscope, and far up the telescope at the wonders of His creation. Not so that we will somehow be able to make contact with God at His own level, but so that we will see the reality, and the power, and the certainty of His existence. God has a deep, deep purpose in showing us the truth of who and what He is. God wants to show us that between who and what He is, and who and what we are - exists a chasm that we ourselves cannot bridge. God wants to show us that He has already done for us what we cannot do for ourselves: He has personally built a bridge across that chasm that can be traveled by any and all that will simply take Him at His word, and trust Him. Please listen along as we consider this most important question: How can one know God? …

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How To Know God (Part 1)

2009-03-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 34s

Most people profess a desire to know God - to experience God. Some seek to fulfill this desire by gazing deep within themselves, striving to find any 'divine spark' that may reside within them. Others shun that approach, and instead search for God outside of themselves. They look up through a telescope, or down through a microscope, hoping to find God in the extremes of scale and complexity that are offered by the universe around us. But no matter which approach is used, people undertake these quests for really just one reason: they are not satisfied with the way things are. They desire to know God, because they do not know God. They desire to experience God, because there is an unfulfilled longing in the center of their being that only God can satisfy. It is indeed a fact that God's word presses us to look deep within ourselves. Not so that we would somehow see God inside of us - but instead, so that we would see the lack of God inside of us. God has a deep, deep purpose in showing us the truth of who and what we are. And it is indeed a fact that God's word presses us to look far down the microscope, and far up the telescope at the wonders of His creation. Not so that we will somehow be able to make contact with God at His own level, but so that we will see the reality, and the power, and the certainty of His existence. God has a deep, deep purpose in showing us the truth of who and what He is. God wants to show us that between who and what He is, and who and what we are - exists a chasm that we ourselves cannot bridge. God wants to show us that He has already done for us what we cannot do for ourselves: He has personally built a bridge across that chasm that can be traveled by any and all that will simply take Him at His word, and trust Him. Please listen along as we consider this most important question: How can one know God? …

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One Half Second (Part 2)

2009-03-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 34s

What does it really mean to be a "Christian"? Is this a question that is decided by the circumstances of our birth? Or is it about some type of ritual, or some type of belief? Or is the answer similar to these, or something completely different? We'll examine this topic in light of my personal story of redemption. Before I accepted Christ in 2005, I lived for over 30 years mistakenly believing that I was a Christian. Not a one day a week Christian, but a full time, fundamentalist, evangelical Christian. How did I get it so wrong? "One Half Second" is the story of God's intervention in my life, and how He saved me from the force of my own beliefs. I pray you'll listen along as we consider the question of what it means to be a Christian, from the only source that has the answer: God's very words, from the lips of His Spirit, to the eyes and ears of mankind. "He who has an ear, let him hear." Revelation 13:9 (NIV) …

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One Half Second (Part 1)

2009-03-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 29s

What does it really mean to be a "Christian"? Is this a question that is decided by the circumstances of our birth? Or is it about some type of ritual, or some type of belief? Or is the answer similar to these, or something completely different? We'll examine this topic in light of my personal story of redemption. Before I accepted Christ in 2005, I lived for over 30 years mistakenly believing that I was a Christian. Not a one day a week Christian, but a full time, fundamentalist, evangelical Christian. How did I get it so wrong? "One Half Second" is the story of God's intervention in my life, and how He saved me from the force of my own beliefs. I pray you'll listen along as we consider the question of what it means to be a Christian, from the only source that has the answer: God's very words, from the lips of His Spirit, to the eyes and ears of mankind. "He who has an ear, let him hear." Revelation 13:9 (NIV) …

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High and Lifted Up - The Son of Man

2009-02-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 31s

It is not an exaggeration to say that most people realize that there is something very special about Jesus of Nazareth. But that being said, not everyone knows exactly what to do with Jesus. On the playing field of religion and philosophy, where exactly does Jesus fit? Nicodemus felt this confusion, just as many people do today. Nicodemus was a master of the Old Testament and devoted to its teaching. He had studied the revelation God had given to Israel and he considered himself an heir and a guardian to that truth. In these roles of guardian and heir, he sought to protect what he saw to be true - and to attack what he saw to be false. But when Nicodemus encountered Jesus, he encountered a very serious dilemma: the miracles that Jesus did proved that He was sent from God. But Jesus wasn't like the other "men of God" that Nicodemus knew. And to make matters worse, sometimes the God that Jesus proclaimed didn't sound very much like the God Nicodemus thought he knew. Nicodemus sought to resolve his problems by questioning Jesus honestly and directly. But in the end he discovered that it was Jesus that forced him to question himself and his own beliefs. We pray that you will listen along as Nicodemus learns the very thing that we all must learn: that no matter what it is - or who it is - that we hold to be true, we must reject it if it conflicts with what God says is true. …

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High and Lifted Up - Nicodemus Part 3

2009-02-24 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 31s

It is not an exaggeration to say that most people realize that there is something very special about Jesus of Nazareth. But that being said, not everyone knows exactly what to do with Jesus. On the playing field of religion and philosophy, where exactly does Jesus fit? Nicodemus felt this confusion, just as many people do today. Nicodemus was a master of the Old Testament and devoted to its teaching. He had studied the revelation God had given to Israel and he considered himself an heir and a guardian to that truth. In these roles of guardian and heir, he sought to protect what he saw to be true - and to attack what he saw to be false. But when Nicodemus encountered Jesus, he encountered a very serious dilemma: the miracles that Jesus did proved that He was sent from God. But Jesus wasn't like the other "men of God" that Nicodemus knew. And to make matters worse, sometimes the God that Jesus proclaimed didn't sound very much like the God Nicodemus thought he knew. Nicodemus sought to resolve his problems by questioning Jesus honestly and directly. But in the end he discovered that it was Jesus that forced him to question himself and his own beliefs. We pray that you will listen along as Nicodemus learns the very thing that we all must learn: that no matter what it is - or who it is - that we hold to be true, we must reject it if it conflicts with what God says is true. …

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High and Lifted Up - Nicodemus Part 2

2009-01-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 31s

It is not an exaggeration to say that most people realize that there is something very special about Jesus of Nazareth. But that being said, not everyone knows exactly what to do with Jesus. On the playing field of religion and philosophy, where exactly does Jesus fit? Nicodemus felt this confusion, just as many people do today. Nicodemus was a master of the Old Testament and devoted to its teaching. He had studied the revelation God had given to Israel and he considered himself an heir and a guardian to that truth. In these roles of guardian and heir, he sought to protect what he saw to be true - and to attack what he saw to be false. But when Nicodemus encountered Jesus, he encountered a very serious dilemma: the miracles that Jesus did proved that He was sent from God. But Jesus wasn't like the other "men of God" that Nicodemus knew. And to make matters worse, sometimes the God that Jesus proclaimed didn't sound very much like the God Nicodemus thought he knew. Nicodemus sought to resolve his problems by questioning Jesus honestly and directly. But in the end he discovered that it was Jesus that forced him to question himself and his own beliefs. We pray that you will listen along as Nicodemus learns the very thing that we all must learn: that no matter what it is - or who it is - that we hold to be true, we must reject it if it conflicts with what God says is true. …

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High and Lifted Up - Nicodemus Part 1

2009-01-19 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)
Length: 31s

It is not an exaggeration to say that most people realize that there is something very special about Jesus of Nazareth. But that being said, not everyone knows exactly what to do with Jesus. On the playing field of religion and philosophy, where exactly does Jesus fit? Nicodemus felt this confusion, just as many people do today. Nicodemus was a master of the Old Testament and devoted to its teaching. He had studied the revelation God had given to Israel and he considered himself an heir and a guardian to that truth. In these roles of guardian and heir, he sought to protect what he saw to be true - and to attack what he saw to be false. But when Nicodemus encountered Jesus, he encountered a very serious dilemma: the miracles that Jesus did proved that He was sent from God. But Jesus wasn't like the other "men of God" that Nicodemus knew. And to make matters worse, sometimes the God that Jesus proclaimed didn't sound very much like the God Nicodemus thought he knew. Nicodemus sought to resolve his problems by questioning Jesus honestly and directly. But in the end he discovered that it was Jesus that forced him to question himself and his own beliefs. We pray that you will listen along as Nicodemus learns the very thing that we all must learn: that no matter what it is - or who it is - that we hold to be true, we must reject it if it conflicts with what God says is true. …

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The Burnt & Fellowship Offerings

2008-06-01 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Sin Offering

2008-03-16 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Approaching God

2008-03-10 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

Have you ever wondered if there is a "right" way to approach God - or can we approach Him any way that we want? Is it enough that everyone must simply be sincere in their approach, or is there also a standard of correctness that everyone must meet? It might help to look at it like this:  In any meeting between two people, there are really only two options:  A greater meeting a lesser, or an equal meeting an equal. If it's true that in approaching God our own sincerity is more important than any objective standard of correctness, then the whole thing is really more about us than anyone or anything else.  And if this is true, we could only be greater than God - because the greater person dictates to the lesser. But if we must couple sincerity with correctness, that would mean that there is some standard that God has dictated to us that we are obliged to follow.  And if this is true, we couldn't be greater than God nor could we be His equal.  The only option would be that we are less than God, and the right of determination is His and His alone. I pray that you'll join us in this new series, and that you find the correct answer to the most important question that you'll ever face: Are you following after God down the path that He has made for you, or with machete and pickaxe in hand, have you turned to the side and sought to make your own way? …

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The Mechanics of Predestination_Part 4

2007-10-21 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Predestination_Part 3

2007-09-22 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Predestination_Part 2

2007-09-09 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Predestination_Part 1

2007-08-29 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Is Predestination Real?

2007-08-25 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_5B

2007-06-26 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_5A

2007-06-24 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_4

2007-06-10 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_3

2007-05-13 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_2

2007-04-24 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Providence_1

2007-04-15 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Liberty, In The Beginning_2of2

2007-03-01 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Liberty, In The Beginning_1of2

2007-03-01 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Sovereignty, Choice, and The Paradoxical Hand of God

2007-02-04 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Love Conquers All - Part B (1 of 1)

2006-12-03 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Love Conquers All (2 of 2)

2006-11-26 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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Love Conquers All (1 of 2)

2006-11-19 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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How To Go To Heaven (2 of 2)

2006-11-11 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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How To Go To Heaven (1 of 2)

2006-11-04 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Nature of Truth (2 of 2)

2006-10-28 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Nature of Truth (1 of 2)

2006-10-21 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Fear of Death (2 of 2)

2006-10-14 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Fear of Death (1 of 2)

2006-10-07 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Salvation (3 of 3)

2006-09-30 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Salvation (2 of 3)

2006-09-23 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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The Mechanics of Salvation (1 of 3)

2006-09-16 :: titanlogic@yahoo.com (C.S. Countryman)

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TruthMill

TruthMill is the teaching and preaching ministry of C.S. Countryman. Although a software developer and all around geek by trade, he was called by the Lord in May of 2005 to proclaim the clear and concise message of the Bible to a generation awash in relativism and confusion. Sometimes sappy, sometimes funny, and even sometimes geeky, this is a Christian podcast like no other. As we like to say, what we lack in slick and polish, we make up with honest. No additions or redactions from scripture, just the main and plain message of God's Word to anyone who will hear. Listen and be changed. Listen and gain life.

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