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A Daily Thunder Series
by Nathan Johnson

About the Series

Idolatry is a central theme in Scripture; yet most of us presume that because we don’t bow at the altar of a statue that we are idol-free. The truth is, all of us need God to reveal our heart’s greatest longing and for Him to give us clean hands and a pure heart. In this powerful series, Nathan Johnson explores the biblical concepts of idols, altars, and our need to forsake all substitutes to pursue God alone.

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A 27-Part Series

This practical and soul-stirring series will challenge you to fully surrender your life to Jesus Christ, make Him Lord of all, and love Him with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength.

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While Daily Thunder is available for free online, many people love having each series organized in one location with easy access to the notes, the audiobook format, and any bonus content that was produced. The retail value for this curated course is $47, but we have decided to make it available for a donation of any amount. Our desire is to help reduce the financial barrier so you can use this series to grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus Christ and your understanding to His Word. And by donating, you help support the work and ministry of Ellerslie. So whether you are able to donate $5 or $50, every dollar is a blessing that allows us to continue sharing the message of Jesus Christ around the world and offering these resources to as many as possible.

Soul Drift
The soul has a propensity to “drift” (sometimes unknowingly) from what is most important. This series is a loving call to allow God to examine every area and to draw us back into a greater and more intimate relationship with Himself.
Soul Drift
We know we should love God with everything. We give lip service and nod our heads along with the sermon. But does your time, money, and conversation give evidence that you truly love God with ALL your heart, mind, soul, and strength?
Soul Drift
We don’t typically use the term “idolatry” today … but it is something we all must address in our lives.
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