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Miracles of Christ: Overview
The ministry of Jesus was a ministry of many different kinds of miracles which could not have been fabricated. These miracles of Christ ought to make us...
“I Have Become All Things to All People”
In saying, "I have become all things to all people" Paul is not saying that he compromised in one bit of anything necessary, rather he was unbending. Yet when it came to these issues...
We Need a Greater Glimpse of Christ
The problem with most of us is we have so little glimpse of Christ. It's not that you don't know enough commandments.
“Who Kissed Me?” – The Law of Christ in Action
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...
Feasts Forever and Old Testament Food Laws?
If you view the Old Testament food laws as "Health Food from God", then you're missing the point of those laws. The Lord gave those food laws to...
The Law of Christ (Part 3)
The law of Christ is superior to every other revelation of law because it flows from His "new commandment" that we are to "loved as He loved." This Christlike love embodies...
Discipleship – Exclusive Allegiance
Jesus gave a call to radical discipleship, to exclusive allegiance. The call to become a Christian is a call to have Jesus be our Lord and our God.
Persistence is Necessary
Yet in these parables the Lord Jesus is telling us ahead of time that persistence is necessary in the Christian life.
The Great Change of the New Covenant
There are many other things that were going to happen with the coming of the New Covenant. And they would've staggered the imagination of even...
Teachings of Jesus
The multitudes were amazed at His teaching; for He was teaching them as one having authority, and not as their scribes.
The Impossible – Fellowship Conference New England
Beloved, we have every reason to ask God for the impossible. To save those to whom it appears impossible to be saved. To send revival to places where it seems hardened beyond hope.