Listen to this 60-minute message to gain deeper maturity on the forgiveness of God. Not everyone understands that forgiveness is a dynamic that belongs to God alone. He designed it, He instituted it, He modeled it, and He requires those who belong to Him to exercise it in their interpersonal relationships among the body of believers.
Listen to this 58-minute message that will grow your spiritual maturity concerning a misunderstanding that many people have. Telling someone your personal testimony of how the Lord has worked in your life is not the anointed testimony that will bring someone into the saving faith that is required to receive salvation. Only the testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ can fulfill the mandate to “go into all the world and preach the Good News.”
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Have you ever wondered about how much faith it takes for someone to be saved? Have you ever wondered about who the object is of the faith you are supposed to have? What is meant by having a strong faith or having little faith? If you have ever contemplated these things, then you need to listen to this 53-minute message. It will give you insight into what the Lord is expecting from you as it pertains to having saving faith.
Do you truly know the difference between praise and worship? Many people have the misunderstanding that these words are somewhat synonymous; that they mean the same thing and/or they can be used interchangeably. Well, they can’t. These two words do not carry the same meaning. They address two different things. Listen to this 57-minute message to learn and understand what that difference is.
The concept of guilt is losing its foothold in today’s social climate. Surprisingly, this is even more evident in Christian assembles and Christian households. The notion that one should not make a person feel guilty for their wayward acts or their violation of rules, or protocol, or decorum is appalling. Listen to this 57-minute message to gain an insight into how devastating it is to a person’s moral fiber when they become desensitized to guilt.
It is the principle of sin that has us in bondage as slaves to unrighteousness. It is the principle of sin that bars us from the presence of God. It is the principle of sin that places us under the condemnation of God. It is the principle of sin that makes us enemies of God, and it is the principle of sin that will bring us face to face with the punishment of God for eternity on the Day of Judgment. Listen to this 55-minute message to gain knowledge about the provision of grace that God offers to be saved from the power of the sinful nature through faith in Jesus Christ.
This is the second of two parts that look deeply into the method God instituted to change the way sinful man can approach Him and be rescued from eternal separation and punishment. Listen to this 60-minute message to gain a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ and exactly what the Father accomplished through Him on the cross He carried to Golgotha’s Hill. What is the example He has set for us to follow and how is that example to look in the course of our lives?
This is the first of two parts that look deeply into the method God instituted to change the way sinful man can approach Him and be rescued from eternal separation and punishment. Listen to this 54-minute message that deals with the requirement each believer has to meet in order to carry his cross, if he/she wants to be worthy of Christ. Take the time to listen and gain understanding of the Gospel accounts in Matthew and Luke to see what Jesus says a person must do in order to be His disciple.
Listen to this 58-minute message that will grow your spiritual maturity concerning the misunderstanding that when a person receives Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior, they must begin a journey to become “sanctified” in the Lord. This is not what Scripture supports. On the contrary, one is immediately “sanctified” upon receiving Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Learn how the Scriptures support this truth.