The Bible teaches us that every single promise in the Old Testament that applied to a Jew also applies to us who are in Jesus Christ.
When we study eschatology we must not first launch out into the complex "calculus" of Daniel, Ezekiel, and Revelation.
Why preach a series on eschatology? First, because Dispensational Premillennialism commandeers many of the promises that belong to the church.
As the disciples spoke, God came in power, and they were called by the crowds as those who turned the world upside down.
What is a true Christian? Someone who has been brought to the end of himself in repentance; and if someone is genuinely looking to Christ this shows that they have repented of their sins.
In this sermon Ryan reconsiders what the Bible teaches us on what has been commonly called the 'carnal Christian'.
How many today, in an overreaction to easy-believism, have made the way of salvation to seem blocked.
They shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.
Authors of the New Testament tell us to imitate the example of Christ and so fulfill the law of Christ (Gal. 6:2).
As you seek to be perfected by the Spirit, you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.
The Christian is not under the law, but is being changed into Christ's image as they live a life looking to Him.