The problem with most of us is we have so little glimpse of Christ. It's not that you don't know enough commandments.
What does it mean to believe? It does not mean a mental assent only, but it means to trust. What does it mean to trust? It means...
When you start talking this way people want to label you as antinomian, you know saying, "You guys just allow everything." No, that's not it...
This reality of the law of Christ is well illustrated by an account from the life of Evangeline Booth (1865-1950), daughter of William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army. As one who ministered...
How can we pray that with confidence? Because God's unlimited resources are available for the believer's holiness and conformity to Jesus Christ.
Children, I wonder if you know what the Gospel is? The Gospel. I hope that one thing we will be able to leave you is that when we talk about the Gospel...
Here they said we're not going to turn back, we will tear the roof off if necessary. We're going to get him in there to Jesus. And he went home walking...
That's the issue. That's always the issue. The nearness of God is my good. So, if I'm gonna cleanse myself let me put myself there, near to God.
The division that is created in racism is part of a system that is organized against God. Racism opposes the love of God the Father. Our greatest identity is not our skin color...
Islam will never wipe out Christianity. Why? Because the power of God is in this.
"If you seek it like silver and search for it as for hidden treasures, then you will understand the fear of the LORD and find the knowledge of God."
The Shepherd cannot resist the desperate cry of a lost sheep who wants Him alone. He will go to great lengths to save that sheep from the peril of death that he faces.
If I trust in Christ's finished work, in His once and for all sacrifice, and that justifies me in the sight of God; then there is no place for purgatory whatsoever. The Catholic teaching...
Everything is instant, we want it now. We're very entertained people. We're a very soft people. Let's just call it what it is.
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...
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.