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The Dustin Daniels Radio Show
Proclaiming God's Purity in Jesus Christ!
Category: Sexuality
Location: Phoenix, Az
Listened to in over 80 countries world-wide, The Dustin Daniels Show is dedicated to Proclaiming God's Purity! It is devoted to saving marriages and protecting children by bridging the gap between pornography and the Church.
1 Corinthians 4:20: The Kingdom of God isn't just a lot of talk; its living in God’s Power!

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January 24, 2015 07:38 AM PST

John 15:1-8 is an amazing passage of scripture. Jesus is talking to His disciples just hours before Roman soldiers took him away to be murdered for our sins.

This idea of abiding means to remain in Christ, continuing to stay close to Him through the good times and the bad - staying steadfast and not leaving - not forsaking no matter what happens in your life.

And isn’t just like the Lord Jesus to make His point so simply, by using a vine.

In this week's show we're going to talk about this idea of abiding, and how you can start making a conscious effort to abide in the Lord Jesus Christ.

January 17, 2015 06:24 AM PST

You have probably heard about a book titled, 50 Shades of Grey. Many of you have read this book….and there is no doubt you have an opinion on it. 50 Shades has sold more than a hundred million copies and the movie version is coming out on Valentines Day.

So my dear sisters in Christ… you are in for a very special treat today. On todays’s show I wanted us to get a proper perspective on the 50 Shades of Grey - what it means for you sexually and spiritually. For you men and husbands…you have the privilege of listening in on a conversation that will reveal the longings of a woman's heart!

My guest is Dr. Juli Slattery. You may recognize her name as she is a returning guest when she and Linda Dillow were on the show last June speaking on their book and video series “Passion Pursuit”. Juli is a clinical psychologist and the cofounder of Authentic Intimacy.

We discuss Juli's response to 50 Shades with "Pulling Back The Shades: Erotica, Intimacy, and the Longings of a Woman's Heart"

January 10, 2015 06:24 AM PST

A couple weeks ago we talked about New Years Resolutions vs. Finding the Rhythm of God in your life for 2015. What we discussed was Finding God’s Rhythm to pray in a way that doesn’t benefit yourself…. but glorifies our Savior. We used the scripture from Psalm 139:23-24

Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.

I’m curious if you prayed that scripture as your New Years resolution for 2015. It’s a little scary isn’t it….to not pray for Almighty God to make your life more comfortable, but rather give that illusion of control over your life… to Him, so that He can start dealing with your heart wounds and fears.

It’s one thing to make a New Years Resolution to lose weight, but its a life altering prayer… to ask God to search your heart so that you know why you’re masking your pain with too much food in the first place.

It’s one thing to make a New Years Resolution to prepare a financial budget so you know where your money is going. But its a life transforming prayer to ask God to search your heart and expose the greed, the materialism, and the lust of this world that reigns deep in your heart.

Its one thing to make a New Years Resolution to stop looking at pornography. But its a bold prayer filled with the promise of freedom when you ask God to search your heart and open up the shame issue that drives you to medicate your life with sex in the first place.

We also answer questions from Kyle in Kansas City Missouri and who wants to know the deal with the show's theme music and Jill from Toronto Canada who saw the woman her husband had an affair with at the grocery store.

January 03, 2015 08:20 AM PST

Before I met the Lord Jesus Christ, I used to be a total secular rock and roll guy. Remember the hairbands in the 80’s (Bon Jovi, Poison, Motley Crue) and all the grunge rock in the 90’s (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots). I used to listen to that kind of music 24/7.

Last week my wife Amy and I started playing our own version of “Name that Tune”. We each had our phone, and jumped on YouTube to play a little clip of music. As we were doing this, it brought me back to the 1980’s and 1990’s.

But here’s the thing. I never realized the horrible…downright awful ungodly lyrics in the songs that I sang over and over again.

Has that ever happened to you? You hear a song that you haven’t heard for years or decades and then all of sudden you realize the words your actually singing?

1 John 2 speaks, of the danger of loving this world, and I gotta tell ya…I loved the world back then…and those lyrics that I used to sing proved it… So the question for you today is….as we start off the new year of 2015….as a Christ centered person…do I love this world?

We also answer a question from Jeremy. He wants to know what comorbidity is, and why he should care.

December 26, 2014 02:42 PM PST

Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.
-Psalm 139:23-24

Did you make it through Christmas with the family, friends, gifts, food, alcohol and football? With all of those distractions….were you able to celebrate the miraculous birth of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ?

As we come up on the new year, a lot of us have new hopes, new dreams, new goals. The world calls them New Years Resolutions. Now, If you are one of God’s children, its called “rhythm”….finding the rhythm of God’s will for your life.

Now, this doesn’t mean you “pray harder”. I’m not even sure what that means. For most of us, “praying harder” simply means we tell God how to get on our program/agenda….I’ve done that for many years, and I can tell ya from experience that didn’t work out so well. It never does.

So the question for us today, as we prepare for the new year…is how do we find the rhythm of God for our life?

December 20, 2014 08:45 AM PST

We are just days away….from celebrating and honoring the biggest event that human history has ever celebrated. That of course is the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ.

Can you even begin to fathom this miraculous event? That Almighty God, would step down off His throne…where He’s sat from eternity past, to become His own creation - to become a human being for the sole purpose of showing us how to live in purity… and then being humiliated, beaten and murdered because we as sinners couldn’t handle the Truth of who He is.

Ahh yes, Christmas is upon us. The miraculous birth from a virgin …. Jesus Christ, our Lord and our Savior…He is filled with both truth and grace, grace and truth.

But what does that mean? And how does that help you in celebrating the birth of our Savior this week?

We all also answer listener emails regarding a woman who thinks her husband might be having an affair, and how a 35 year old man would love to have a father figure/mentor in his life since he didn’t have a good relationship with his own father who is now passed away.

November 29, 2014 12:52 PM PST

If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. - 2 Corinthians 5:17

I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. - Gal 2:20

Have you ever pondered that? That you are a new creation. You’re not just some shiny new update of your old worn out self….but God says that if you have accepted Christ as your Savior, He has taken your heart of stone and given you a heart of flesh.

You are a new creation! Christ lives in you! Now some of you might be thinking….ya know Dustin, I’ve heard that, and I read that….but it really is so hard for me to believe it because you just don’t know me. You don’t what goes through my crazy mind…and besides I keep doing the very things that I hate doing. I thought I was supposed to stop doing all those hurtful things but I haven’t. And to be honest there is a part of me that still likes my sin too much.

Is that how you feel? Can I share with you that I get it. I get the fact that you have crazy things going through your mind, and I get it that you think that if someone really found out about the type of person you really are, no one would want to hang out with you.

I’ve been there done that and bought way too many t-shirts in this area of my life. And then one day I found a scripture that pierced by soul.

Draw near to God and He will draw near to you Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded. - James 4:8

Double-minded! OUCH! Ya know the truth will set you free but it hurts like crazy first. What does it mean to be double-minded? Listen to the show to find out!

November 22, 2014 10:33 AM PST

It was 2007, and I was thinking about starting classes at Phoenix Seminary. They were having an open house one Saturday morning. And I have to admit, I was nervous about going. I mean would they really accept me into their program? After all, I spent 20 years as an addict, and as the prophet Ezra states, "O my God, I am utterly ashamed; I blush to lift up my face to you. For our sins are piled higher than our heads, and our guilt has reached to the heavens."

But by God’s grace He allowed me to go that day, and as I stepped off the elevator, there stood a man that would change my life forever. He had a big Texas sized smile on his face, and I told him I was here for the open house. He walked me back to the room said something that made me laugh…. and then left.

Today, you’re in for a real treat. You have the privilege of meeting that man. He has turned into one of my closest and dearest friends, a Pastor, a pastoral psychologist, a mentor, a counselor, and partner in the ministry of Seven Places.

Guest: Pastor Mike Turner

November 10, 2014 09:42 AM PST

We are obsessed with this idea of love aren’t we? From the songs we listen to, to the movies we watch and the books we read, we are totally and completely preoccupied with this concept of love.

And yet, I’m not sure we even know what love is. For most of us, its simply a feeling that we enjoy when things are going our way, but when we don’t get what we want out of a particular relationship the feeling simply goes away and we “fall out of love.”

That’s why its so important to have a biblical worldview instead of your own personal worldview in which you approach your life and circumstances.

I remember being in college one semester and trying to impress my professor. I told him I was an atheist, just like him. After the semester was over, I decided that wasn’t working for me, so I joked around with my friends that I was forming a new religion called “Dustin-ism”. Well, I gotta tell ya, that didn’t work out so well for me either.

It never works out well when you crown yourself King and expect everyone to serve you, does it? In fact that is the very opposite of biblical love. Let’s go to 1 Corinthians 13 and do a small exercise. You may have done this in Sunday school class….but what I want you to do is simply replace the words “love and it” with your name as you read the passage.

Well, what do you think? Love from a biblical perspective is anything but a feeling. In fact love from a biblical perspective is not a feeling at all. Love is a person. 1 John 4:8 tells us that God is love. All we have to do is look at the life of Jesus to see what love is because He is the author and sustainer of love.

My guests are a father and son who speak on love, sex and women from the perspective of a young man asking real authentic questions to his father as he learns to live life on his own.

Guest: John Eldredge & Sam Eldredge
Book: Killing Lions: A Guide Through The Trials Young Men Face

November 01, 2014 10:03 AM PDT

When I was a child, my speech, feelings, and thinking were all those of a child; now that I am an adult, I have no more use for childish ways.
-1 Corinthians 13:11-12

I grew up without a father… even though I three. I had my biological father and then two step fathers. My biological father never really grew up. He was always looking for a good time because he constantly had a beer in one hand and women on his mind.

Now I’ve got more stories about my father, and many more stories about my step-fathers, but you did not tune in, to hear that kind of dysfunction. You tuned in to hear and see what it looks like to be a Godly father, and its a good thing too, because today on the show I have a father and son who have written a book together that is a Guide through the Trials Young Men Face.

Guest: John Eldredge & Sam Eldredge
Book: Killing Lions: A Guide Through The Trials Young Men Face

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