Tag: Paul Washer
We cannot begin to do missions if we are not a praying people.
Justification & regeneration are two great miracles that stand at the very heart and center of the gospel.
I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God,
Josue testifies that until 2002 his theology had been full of errors. Yet in God's mercy he heard Paul Washer preach and the Lord opened his eyes.
This sermon also goes by the name "Penal Substitutionary Atonement." Paul Washer starts the message with a strong exhortation to pastors.
Paul Washer testifies of having manifestations of the love of God in his life.
Many people do not realize why we have Christmas, or even what Christmas is about. In this sermon, Paul Washer explains the real reason for Christmas and brings to light some encouraging truths regarding Jesus Christ....
The Lord continues to empty us in order to teach us to lay aside all self-reliance that we might cling to Christ alone.
The reason for every trial, every hardship, every rough wind in your life, is to show you your inability, your weakness, and to chase you back to God.
What is man's greatest problem? It is that God is a just and good God and must punish evil. Yet in His mercy He has made a way in which sinners can stand just before Him through the righteousness of His Son, Jesus Christ.
Church discipline is rarely practiced in modern Christianity. Yet this is something that Jesus Christ has told us to do, and Christ is more loving than any of us, so if we refuse to practice excommunication, than we are far less loving than Christ. May our view of love be that which is found in the life of Christ and not a view that is made up from our own understanding.
Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me. - John 15:4
This clip, from an Interview in 2009, was never put up on the Internet. Paul talks about the greatest miracle in his life, it not being some supernatural thing, but it rather being the love of the Father to discipline him.