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Something Good Radio features the Bible teaching ministry of Dr. Ron Jones, lead pastor of Atlantic Shores Baptist Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Ron is a pastor, author, discipleship coach, and radio broadcaster. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/something-good-radio/support
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Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. In Luke twenty-one, verse twenty-seven, Jesus spoke those words in reference to His Second Coming, a future event that has been described as the most climactic event in human history. No one knows the day or the hour, but the question Ron wants to ask you today is, in l…
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The secret things belong to the Lord our God. Deuteronomy twenty-nine, twenty-nine. What are these secret things God is keeping to Himself? Well, there’s one thing in particular, about which almost all of us, believers and unbelievers alike … have been curious for Centuries. Even the angels don’t have the answer. Ron takes us to heaven’s most close…
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It’s been called the darkest hour in human history. It hasn’t taken place yet, but it will, maybe sooner than we think. Today, Ron takes us to Matthew chapters twenty four and twenty five, a section of Scripture known as the Olivet Discourse. Included in this passage is a word of warning, and a word of encouragement. “In this world you will have tr…
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For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. Jesus said those words at the Mount of Olives, as recorded in Matthew chapter twenty four, verse seven. In light of these and other signs of the end of the age, how shall…
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Looking for a sign? Let’s explore a few signs that the end might be near, on this Wednesday edition of Something Good. Just a few days before Jesus went to the cross on our behalf, some of the disciples sat with Jesus on the Mount of Olives and asked, “What will be the sign of your coming at the end of the age?” Ron explores the Lord’s answer next,…
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God’s Word says we’re already living in the last days, that period of time between the first and second coming of Christ. But are we living in the final days of the last days? Well, people have been asking that question for almost two thousand years. Today, Ron shares his thoughts on where we stand in prophetic history as he begins day two of, “The…
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Are we living in the last days? Well, when you look at all that’s been happening in the world for the past year or so … wars and rumors of war, a worldwide pandemic, cultural and social unrest, you can’t help but wonder if this is the beginning of the end. Today, Ron takes us back two thousand years, to the Olivet Discourse, when Jesus spoke of eve…
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Today, we come to the conclusion of Ron’s teaching series, “Mysteries of Babylon.” As he wraps up this group of messages, he takes us to the one thousand year reign of Christ on Earth, and offers some perspective on how we as believers in Christ should live in light of the future second coming of Christ. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters…
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The book of Daniel has always been beautifully prophetic. The Bible tells us that no one knows the day or the hour when Jesus will return. But it does reveal some of the signs of the end of the age, and today we see many of them coming to pass right before our eyes. Stay with us now as Ron takes us to Daniel chapter 12 to talk about one of the most…
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How much do you know about the Battle of Armageddon? What about the coming antichrist, who will one day wield great political, financial and religious power? Much of what you need to know is found in Daniel chapter eleven, which is where Ron takes us today in his continuing series, “Mysteries of Babylon: How the Prophecies of Daniel Prepare Us for …
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So let me ask you … are you a naturalist, or a super-naturalist? If you’re not quite sure, join Ron for the next twenty minutes or so as he takes us to Daniel chapter eleven, and to one of the most amazing prophecies in all of Scripture. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/something-good-radio/support…
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You may think you have enemies, but when you get right down to it, you really only have one. Well, believe it or not, the people who don’t like you are not the enemy. Neither are terrorists, corrupt politicians or serial killers. We all have one enemy, and his name is Satan. Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter ten to remind us that our battle is …
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The prophet Daniel recorded four visions in the Old Testament book that bears his name. Today, we’ll explore number four. So let me ask you, do you believe in the devil and his demons? Many people don’t. But Jesus did. So did the prophet Daniel. Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter ten to share Daniel’s vision about a war in the spiritual realm. -…
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Much of God’s prophecy about the nation of Israel has already come to pass. But some of it is yet to come. Today Ron takes us to Daniel chapter nine to unveil biblical prophecies that have yet to take place. Stay with us now for what promises to be an eye-opening message, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Mysteries of Babylon: How the Propheci…
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Almost every day, the nation of Israel is in the news. Have you ever wondered why? Another day, another news story about trouble in the Middle East. Let’s go behind the headlines, behind the columns and television segments brought to us by the mainstream media, to find out why the nation of Israel is and will continue to be so prominent. That’s whe…
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What does it take to have a strong prayer life? Find out next, on today’s edition of something good with Dr. Ron Jones. Well, prayer is perhaps our most powerful spiritual weapon, one that many believers in Christ don’t use often enough. Today, Ron gives us three keys to having a successful prayer life, as he continues his teaching series, “Mysteri…
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Believe it or not, prayer and prophecy are inextricably linked. Today, Ron takes us to the book of Daniel to show us why prayer and prophecy are so critical to the life of a believer in Christ, and how the two go hand in hand. Stay with us now as Ron continues his series, “Mysteries of Babylon: How the Prophecies of Daniel Prepare Us for the Return…
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In the last days of planet Earth, times will grow increasingly dark. Moral depravity on a grand scale. Hatred of God and Israel, persecution of the followers of Christ. What should be our response to a message like this? Answers come your way next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Mysteries of Babylon.” --- Support this podcast: https://podca…
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A ram, a goat, and two little horns, on this Monday edition of Something Good. Daniel was a man of visions, Divine visions in which God revealed the future to him so that he could share it with all who had ears to hear. Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter 8 to reveal the significance of the ram, the goat and the two little horns, and the impact t…
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Centuries before the Roman Empire rose to prominence, God had already prophesied its eventual fall. But the day is coming when it will rise again. Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter seven, and to one of the most fascinating prophecies in the Bible. It concerns the rise of a revived Roman Empire and the man who will ultimately lead it, the Antich…
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Today, Ron launches his brand new teaching series, “Mysteries of Babylon.” We begin in the seventh chapter of Daniel, one of the most fascinating prophetic books in all of Scripture. Some of what Daniel prophesied has already taken place, but much of it hasn’t. So, today, let’s talk about tomorrow. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spoti…
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God will tame the beast. But first, He might need to calm the beast in you. Well, fear and anxiety can often overtake us like a beast. And when they do, they can swallow up our faith. Today, in the conclusion of his teaching series, Standing Strong, Ron highlights the faith of Daniel, and encourages us to demonstrate that kind of faith when we find…
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What does it take to be a good role model? Today, Ron takes us to chapter six of the book of Daniel, a man who found so much favor with God that he rose to prominence in a godless culture. Along the way, Ron shares four essential qualities that every good role model should have. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/some…
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Where will America be in the last days of planet Earth? Answers come your way next, on this Monday edition of Something Good. Well, America is becoming a more godless culture by the day, which begs the question: What will happen to the United States? Does it play a role in Bible prophecy, and if so, what is that role? Ron offers his insight today a…
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Today, Ron takes us to a party, and what a party it was. It was thrown by the King of Babylon, and it was marked by drunkenness, sacrilege and an absence of moral restraint. It’s all part of Ron’s continuing series from Daniel, “Standing Strong,” and it starts right now. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/something-go…
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I’m sure you’ve heard the expression, “rules were meant to be broken.” Don’t believe it. Well, we may sometimes break God’s rules, but the one thing we can count on is that He never breaks His own. Today, Ron shares two unbreakable rules of God as he continues his teaching series, “Standing Strong.” --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spot…
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God opposes the proud, but He gives grace to the humble. We serve a merciful, patient and loving God, a Father who always gives us ample time to repent. But when pride persists, a fall is inevitable. Today’s message is straight ahead. Stay with us now as Ron continues his series, “Standing Strong.” --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spoti…
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When life turns up the heat, does your faith grow cold? Whether it’s pressure from your peers or hostile threats from your enemies, your faith can be challenged when the pressure is on. How will you respond? Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter three, and to a familiar story that will show us what faith under fire should look like. --- Support thi…
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Centuries before the Roman Empire rose to prominence, God had already prophesied its eventual fall. Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter two, and to one of the most fascinating prophecies in the Bible. To the Babylonians, this was a future event. To you and me, it’s history. It’s a sobering reminder of God’s authority and sovereignty, and it comes…
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Today, Ron takes us to Daniel chapter two, and to a critical moment in the life of both Daniel and the Babylonian empire. It’s a story about a dream, but more importantly, the interpretation of that dream, and the power of God to reveal the future to whomever He chooses. The series from Daniel 1-6 is called, “Standing Strong.” --- Support this podc…
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How can you show character under pressure? Find out next, on this Tuesday edition of Something Good. Well, Daniel was a man of high character, and it was put to the test by the King of Babylon. Today,, from Daniel chapter 2, we’ll find out how he responded, as Dr. Ron Jones as he continues his teaching series, “Standing Strong.” --- Support this po…
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When enemies come against you or try to harm you, their actions reveal their character. They can also reveal your own. Well, it’s hard to get a good read on someone’s character until they face adversity. That’s when our true character is revealed. Today, Ron takes a look at what genuine, godly character looks like. --- Support this podcast: https:/…
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During the time of Daniel the prophet, ancient Babylon was a depraved and godless culture. Not all that much different from our own. Sad words, but true words. America is becoming more godless by the day, more opposed to Jesus and His followers than ever before. How do we stand strong in the face of such great opposition? Answers come your way next…
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How can you be in the world but not of it? Well, you’ve joined us at the perfect time because today Ron begins his teaching series, “Standing Strong" from the book of Daniel. As believers in Christ, we’re called to be a light in an ever-darkening culture, to impact the world for Christ without conforming to the world’s image. Finding out how to do …
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In Revelation chapter three, Jesus has some strong words for the church at Laodicea. It has become dispassionate, distasteful, deceived, and dangerous. These are the earmarks of a lukewarm church. But as hopeless as that may sound, there is a remedy. Ron shares it with us today as he wraps us his teaching series, “Ready For His Return,” based on Re…
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Some people like their coffee steaming hot. Others prefer an iced latte. But almost no one likes it somewhere in between. In Revelation chapter three, we come across a church that was lukewarm, neither hot nor cold. What did Jesus say to this body of believers, and what can we learn from His admonition? Answers and insight come your way next, as Ro…
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In John ten, twenty-seven, Jesus said “My sheep hear My voice. I know them and they follow Me.” In Revelation chapter three, Jesus praises the church at Philadelphia for its faithfulness. One of the rewards for that faithfulness is a deeper, more intimate walk with Christ, one in which you can hear His voice better than you otherwise might. Today, …
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It was a small church with little power or influence. Some would have called it insignificant. But Jesus paid them the highest of compliments. Of the seven churches to whom Jesus dictated letters in Revelation chapters two and three, the church at Philadelphia stands alone as the only one to receive no correction or criticism. What was it about thi…
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In our vocation, in our relationships, and in our walk with Christ, experience very often leads to complacency. In Revelation chapter three, Jesus dictates a letter to the church at Sardis. Although the church had a good public reputation, the Lord knew most of its members had grown complacent. Sardis was a dead church, but as you’ll see today, the…
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It may be nice to have a good public image. But ultimately, you’re not defined by what people think you are, but by what God says you are. The Testament church in Sardis had something of a good reputation. By all appearances, it was vibrant and alive. But Jesus saw through the façade and in Revelation chapter three He calls them a dead church. What…
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In our last broadcast, Ron took us to Revelation chapter two and to the words Jesus said to the church at Thyatira. Ron has more to say on that subject coming up next, but he also shares a practical application, and a word of caution, for all of us who call ourselves believers in Christ. Stay with us now as Ron moves ahead in his teaching series, “…
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In our lives, our homes, even our churches, things are not always what they seem. The church at Thyatira looked fine from the outside. But something was lurking beneath the surface, and Jesus made it a point to confront it. First, He offers some kind and encouraging words about the things they had done well. But what Jesus says next may surprise yo…
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Today, Ron returns to the book of Revelation and a letter written to the church at Pergamum. They had begun to compromise the Word of God, and Jesus strongly admonished them. As you follow along today, see what similarities you may find between Pergamum and the church here in twenty-first-century America. --- Support this podcast: https://podcaster…
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Sometimes in life you have to compromise. In marriage. In friendship. On the job. But there’s a time to meet halfway, and a time to stand your ground. In the book of Revelation, the church at Pergamum had begun to compromise the Word of God. Its members encountered some false teaching, and they decided to go along, to get along. Today, Ron examines…
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Here in America, the church has begun to suffer, if not outright persecution, at least some degree of prejudice. Might it get worse in our lifetime? The short answer is yes, the treatment of Bible-believing Christians here at home may very well grow worse in the coming years. With that in mind, Ron has three critical lessons to teach us today as he…
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Here in America, we hear the stories of Christians being persecuted or killed for their faith all over the world. Could something like that happen in the United States? Today, Ron takes us to the second of seven letters written to the churches in the book of Revelation. It’s a sobering letter to the church at Smyrna, telling them they are about to …
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Love God. Love people. These two commandments comprise the entirety of God’s Law. The church at Ephesus was doing a lot of things right back in the First Century. This body of believers was committed to the truth of the Gospel, and they worked hard to share it with the world. But the Lord had one thing against them, and, as you’ll see today, it was…
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If Jesus wrote a letter to your home church, what might He say? Today, Ron takes us to the book of Revelation, and to the first of seven letters to the seven churches in First Century Asia Minor. First on the list is the church at Ephesus, for which Jesus had both praise and criticism. As you follow along today, see if you find any similarities bet…
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Now, we see through a glass darkly, but then: face to face. The world got a glimpse of Jesus Christ two thousand years ago. He was Divine but also fully human, and, for our sake, He temporarily emptied Himself of the full weight of His glory. But one day we will see Him as He truly is, the glorified Jesus coming in the clouds to set things right on…
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