Sadly many “evangelicals” are uncertain if Christ and Paul are on the same page, and in this message Tim refutes this idea.
"Repent and believe in the gospel." Our evangelism must consist of such a message if we want to win souls to Christ. Jesus said to His disciples that if they would follow Him...
Since we have these promises, beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from every defilement of body and spirit, bringing holiness to completion in the fear of God.
The Bible never views unbelief as something excusable. I get so tired of hearing this thing of, "Honestly wrestling with the problem." The idea is that something happens...
It appears that you are saying that one can be a Christian, a convert, and yet not be a disciple. I would say that all Christians are disciples.
How much are we carnally curious about other people's issues when we haven't even fully dealt with our own, and we aren't fully obeying Christ as to what He's shown us to do.
We are not called to have faith in our faith. There is a different object of faith that the writer of Hebrews is pleading with you here in verse...
John Chapter 21. I want to speak this morning, the Lord helping me, on "Jesus Restores Peter." Lord help us now. John 21:15-23.
It's time we began to realize that we're the sinners, not God, and we're the ones facing judgment, not Him.
It was Christ's love for Paul that controlled his life, his decisions, and it is this love that must motivate us as well.
One of the greatest blessings that God can give us is in teaching us that we're not in control. It's His kingdom, and it's His glory.
People were forbidding marriage and eating of certain foods, and in doing so were searing their consciences. When you get a zeal for the Lord it is very easy for Satan to high...
When you're around unbelievers and your lost family members, what kind of impression are you giving them of Christianity? One of Jesus or one of a Pharisee?