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...
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?
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...
The Bible calls us to testify of the facts of Jesus Christ, who is the eternal Word of God, who took on flesh...
May we by faith and patience be those who are inheriting the promises that God has given to us.
So we must know our Bible's so that it won't be said of us “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge;"
And I am sure of this, that He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.
To deny a doctrine or alter the work or person of Jesus Christ is to attack Christ and to deny the true Christ of the Bible.
God's wrath against sin goes beyond our ability to describe, and yet how much more does His love...
When it comes to interacting with lost family members there is no pre-prepared formula to follow.
God does not intend for the Christian to always approach everything they do from a negative perspective by asking, "What's wrong with that?!"
But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.