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Redeemer Youth
Redeemer Youth
This is the Wednesday Night sermon audio podcast from Redeemer Youth, the youth ministry of Redeemer Christian Church in Amarillo, TX. Redeemer Youth is focused on the truth of the Word of God and relationships with other believers. For more information about Redeemer Youth and how you can get involved, please visit us online at!
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Current Episodes:
  • Pub Date: May 12, 2022
  • God is My Strength and Portion Forever - Part Two
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  • Asaph laments and grieves the brokenness of his world, and rejoices that from God's perspective, the arrogant and wicked are nothing before the Lord. But then he realizes that he is also arrogant and wicked, and his sinned against the Lord himself. The logic in the Psalm makes clear he should expect judgment for his sin, but instead Asaph describes the wonderful grace of God that sustains him and is the strength of his heart and his hope in a broken world. In Part Two of this examination of Psalm 73, Austin Gravley describes how Asaph puts his trust in the Lord, his character, and his promises, and how he knows that by faith he will be with the Lord forever!
  • Pub Date: May 05, 2022
  • God is My Strength and Portion Forever - Part One
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  • The book of Psalms gives us a rich collection of songs and poems that express the full range of human emotion while still being glorifying and honoring to God. When we look at the world and see how the wicked and the arrogant seem to prosper and get away with their evil, we can become overwhelmed with grief and convinced that righteousness and holiness matters. What do we do when we are overwhelmed by the sinfulness of the world? In Psalm 73, Asaph guides us on how we can gain God's perspective on the injustices in our world - and put our trust and hope in him!
  • Pub Date: Apr 14, 2022
  • Jesus is the True Savior - Holy Week
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  • Many people like Jesus. We welcome Jesus, and love Jesus and cry out for him to save us - but only as long as he saves us the way we want him to save us. We want him to
    make our lives better according to our plans and desires. Everyone likes Jesus when he plays by our rules and does what we want him to do. But the story of Easter shows us that Jesus isn’t the Savior of our design, he isn’t whatever we want him to be. He hasn’t just come to save us from our bad circumstances, while they are important to him, he has come to save us from something far worse than our circumstances and he has come to give us something far better than whatever “good life” that we can dream up for ourselves!
  • Pub Date: Apr 07, 2022
  • God Is: Sovereign (Pt. 7)
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  • When we talk about the sovereignty of God, several questions are usually raised in the process. If God is sovereign, are we just robots? Why take responsibilities for our actions if God is in control? Does God have the right to be God?

    In Part 7 of our series "God Is", based on Jen Wilkin's "None Like Him", Austin Gravley talks about how God is sovereign over all things and uses all things to accomplish his purposes, which are for his glory and the good of people all over the world that he saves through the gospel of grace!