Today, you will hear some of the richest words in the New Testament, words of the humility of Jesus Christ and words of his exaltation as the true Lord of heaven and earth.
Something started to shake. It was a low rumbling at first, then a great loud noise. The walls of the building began to move and the doors of the prison cells were broken off their hinges.
One a gracious, Jewish woman, the other was a Gentile slave-girl possessed with the spirit of the demon-god Python. You could not have a greater difference between the two and yet God used both to open the doors of Europe for the Gospel of Christ. Listen today and find out how he did it.
Going into new areas with the Gospel. This was uppermost in Paul’s mind. But on this day God did the unexpected. On this day, God told Paul, “No, don’t go there to preach.” Listen, today, and you’ll find out why God said “no.:
The case for faith is indeed strong. The evidence is overwhelming in favor of the existence of God, of the reliability of the Bible, and of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Let’s learn some final lessons on this today.
If you need to investigate the claims of Christ, investigate. That is a good thing. But you must realize that at some point you will need to make a choice for or against him.
Without God, there is no basis for morality and justice among people. Without God, we are left only with preferences and there is no right or wrong.
Is it possible that every man in a church can learn to teach and should learn to teach? I thought that was a spiritual gift? Listen today and learn how this can become a reality in your life and a vital area of character growth.
When someone speaks about becoming like Jesus Christ, does that seem out of reach even though God himself expects this for you? If it does, perhaps it is because the word “Christ like” is too vague a term. Today, let’s learn what it means to be like Jesus.
Paul says that a man of character will be a man of self-control. Think of it – God himself comes to live in us and works on our “out-of-control” character to shape it to an in-control character. But how does God do that?
Jesus had a long-range vision, the reestablishment of God’s perfect reign on earth where all injustices, like slavery, would be eliminated. He inaugurated the reign of God in a way different than most had imagined. He did not establish the kingdom through force but through forgiveness.
Imagine getting to the end of our lives, not the end of a day or the end of a week or month, but getting to the end of life and thinking, “I’ve wasted it all!”