No Trash, Just Truth! - Proverbs 9:10 Ministries

No Trash, Just Truth! - Proverbs 9:10 Ministries

Weekly, 30 minute episodes of Christian, Biblical Truth! No false teaching, no watered-down theology! It's time to take out the trash!! “Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.” Proverbs 9:10 Ministries is dedicated to getting rid of the false teaching and watered-down theology that is being pedaled as "Christian," and replace it with sound Biblical truth and doctrine. To comprehend and appreciate who God the Father, Jesus the Messiah, and the Holy Spirit is, it is necessary to study the Bible; both the Old Testament and the New Testament. When we do, we see real life transformation happen!

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October 17, 2021 35 min

There are people who always want to know the future? Most people would like nothing more than to have a magic 8 ball to consult whenever they want to know what’s in store for them. This is why books on Revelation or other Biblical prophecy that make specific predictions usually become best sellers. Some of them even assign exact dates to events they say are going to take place.  But the imagery in apocalyptic literature is used to ...

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In this episode, we tackle chapter 8 of the book of Daniel and the need for animal control! Chapter 8 is one of the rare times where pretty much everyone agrees on the interpretation, and that's because the text tells us exactly who the symbols given represent. So much easier when it does that! So who is this ram with 2 long horns that comes out of the bush and this goat with the conspicuous horn that charges across the world t...

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We have all probably had dreams that were so disturbing that we have woken up suddenly with our hearts pounding and maybe even in a sweat.  We take a deep breath, relieved and thankful when we realize that it was just a dream.  It may take a while to get the disturbing images out of our mind, but eventually, our minds quiet and we go back to sleep.  Imagine one of those nights; only when you wake up, you realize that what you had w...

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In this episode, we tackle another very familiar story in Scripture - Daniel in the Lion's Den. This story has been retold so many times and in so many "cutesy" ways that it has become more fairy tale than theology! But this is way more than a story of how God saved Daniel from getting eaten by lions. 

Daniel chapter 6 shows us that politics matter. They mattered for Daniel and the rest of the Jews at that time, and they...

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We've titled this episode “Going Down in a Blaze of Glory” – a term used to describe a final action done in an extraordinary and impressive manner. King Belshazzar of Babylon tried to do just this when he threw a lavish banquet while the Persian - Mede empire was on his doorstep about to overthrow Babylon. But instead of going down in a blaze of glory, he pees his pants when he receives a dire message scrolled on the wall by a ...

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Just when you think the Book of Daniel can’t get any more dramatic or incredible, along comes chapter 4! Usually, God accomplishes the extraordinary by using a series of ordinary events. However, in the book of Daniel, God does many extraordinary things outright! Event after event, God shows His might and sovereignty by doing things in a way that leaves absolutely no doubt it is the Hand of God controlling everything. In this episo...

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Have you ever been so moved by something that you knew it changed your life only to discover a few weeks, or maybe only days, later, you are right back to where you were before?  Maybe some of us know someone who promises they will change, and maybe they do for a short time, but before too long they are right back to engaging in the same destructive behavior.     

On the flip side, maybe we, or someone we know always seems poised no...

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King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon had a troubling dream that kept him awake. As most of us know, eating those royal treats will do that sometimes! But this dream was from God; not a late-night snack, (although God could have used a snack as one of the means to him having a dream!) The wise men and enchanters of the country have a problem. King Nebuchadnezzar wants someone to tell him not only what the dream means, but he wants the per...

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In this episode, we begin our 12 week series, Reading Between the Lions; a study on the Book of Daniel. We begin with some background and historical information to get a good foundation for the rest of the book. We delve into how the leaders of nations, when they want those in their land to assimilate to their beliefs and way of life, do so by indoctrination. This is true whether the people are there by choice or as a result of bei...

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August 15, 2021 39 min

To celebrate 100 Episodes, we invited listeners to submit questions they would like Biblical answers to. We have chosen 16 to answer on this episode - Some examples are: How can I be sure I am saved? What is the unforgiveable sin? What is the difference between false teaching and bad theology? How do I know if I am overdependent on someone? How do I get out of the funk when everything in my life is going wrong? How honest should we...

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We are at the last episode of our series, Dysfunctional Children, Functional God. Now that we have looked at the dysfunctional children, in this episode, we turn our attention to the father in the parable of the prodigal son. The father in this story Jesus told represents God. How does the father's attitude and actions towards the defiant son and the rule-following son mirror God's attitude and actions towards us? What are ...

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In Part 3 of our mini series, Dysfunctional Children, Functional God, we look at our last dysfunctional child - The Rule Follower. Now, rule following is usually a good thing - in fact, not following any rules, like we see in society today, can lead to lawlessness. But what happens when rule following goes bad? What happens when, like the elder brother in the parable of the prodigal son, our rule following supersedes everything els...

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In this episode, we begin to delve into what is commonly known as the parable of the prodigal son. We take a hard look at the younger son, who is defiant, selfish, and cruel to his father. His wild ways eventually lead him to desperation with only one hope - returning in disgrace to the father he had so callously fled from. 

This is a well-know parable, but we dig in deep to see how we were all the younger son at some point in our l...

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In this episode, we begin our series, Dysfunctional Children, Functional God. Join us as we spend 4 weeks digging into what is commonly known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Most know this parable as a tale Jesus told about a son who leaves his father, squanders his money, and comes back with his tail between his leg throwing himself on his father's mercy. But it is so much more! Join us as we dig into the rich theology in ...

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July 11, 2021 34 min

We all know the command to love our enemies. Jesus expects us to put the best interests of everyone, even our enemies, before our own. But what about those who are not are enemies? Maybe they are friends or family members, or church members, and for various reasons, they are just unlovable? Or what if it’s us who is? really difficult for the people around you to love? Do we just suck it up and accept that they are who they are, or ...

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July 4, 2021 31 min

Who hasn't played the Blame Game? After all, nobody wants to get into trouble or get caught doing something they aren't supposed to be doing! And certainly none of us ever wants to be proven wrong! It's so much easier to just cast the blame onto someone else, or give excuses, or just not take responsibility. Even if we can't completely exonerate ourselves, casting off some of the blame onto someone else can help spr...

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Most Christians would say that lying is pretty black and white. It's a sin to do it, period. But if it's so black and white why does just about every Christian struggle with on a fairly regular basis? Is it ever okay to lie? Is there ever a situation where it's not a sin? Is lying to yourself, others, and God all the same and all equally serious? Is it okay to lie about something inconsequential to save someone's fe...

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You can get overwhelmed when you see all the different Bible translations that are out there. Just in English alone, there are over 450 translations that have been written! Why are there so many translations of the Bible? How did that come about? Why didn't they just stick with the original one? Is there is one translation of the Bible that’s better than others,? Are all translations created equally? Are there any really bad tr...

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June 13, 2021 25 min

In this episode, we tackle some of the questions and concerns surrounding the issue of singleness for Christians. We look at Christians who are single, but who truly would like to be married and have some legitimate questions about who they should marry, how to find someone, and why isn't God making it happen?

In addition to that, we look at Christians who are happy being single and how they are sometimes treated within the Chri...

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June 6, 2021 28 min

         No, this episode is not about women secret agents. It is about a subject that is gaining more and more attention in Christian circles and that’s should Christian women be required to wear head coverings in church, and maybe even all the time.  Some proponents say, using 1 Corinthians 11 that Paul says women should wear head coverings as a sign of submission.

          There’s a lot of debate about it – does 1 Corinthians 11...

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