I need a new heart. And I got news you for you: I have one! God made me new. He saved me. He took my heart...
When revival and true conversion happens, it is not because of some person taking clever initiative and having a new idea, but it is because God came in power.
I’ve found out that the Lord will give you a test, and if you don’t pass it, He takes you through a course again and you’ve got to go back to the same test.
True sloth is not simply when I am idle, but when I am idle with regards to Christ. Idleness towards Christ is the sum of wickedness.
If your forgiveness is going to look like and be modeled after Jesus Christ, then you have to be a pursuer of people.
In this video clip Paul Washer talks about the death of Jesus Christ and who Jesus Christ is. Why must Jesus be God in order to pay for our sins?
This sermon follows our Lord's teaching on His Second Coming from Luke 17. Our Lord is very clear that His coming is going to be public...
What happened on the cross? We see four amazing things: the darkness in the sky, his two cries from the cross, and the tearing of the veil. This is holy powerful truth for our souls.
What do you say to a believer who comes to you and says, "How do you hear from God? How do you know when God is trying to talk to you?"
People ask, "What am I supposed to do if I am in the midst of, or being tempted by sexual immorality?" And the Bible has one simple, clear word: flee!
Jesus says, "I say to you, Ask and you shall receive; seek and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened." What a promise!
Jesus is a historical person who made massive claims about himself – we must all answer this question: Who do you say Jesus is?
True Christianity is always the activity of God and our faith is a reaction to God's initial call.
How do we explain what happened in the book of Acts? Or in the biographies of those from the past like George Whitefield?
The prayer life of our Lord is that which we should strive to imitate and look at carefully as we study the Scriptures.
God has made promises to us and He who has made them always fulfills those promises. Now here is the question...