The Bible is very clear about the fact that as believers we have an enemy that is out to destroy us. He seeks to steal, to kill and to destroy us. Make no mistake- we are in a battle for our lives. But this battle isn’t one we can fight with physical weapons. The weapons of our warfare are spiritual ones, and with them we can like Paul in today’s teaching face our showdown with satan. We’re in Acts chapter 13.
In Acts chapter 13 we have a beautiful illustration of how God works in the Body of Christ regarding the ministry of missions: The story gives us pause, and causes us to wonder that perhaps our shortcomings are due to a departure from these fundamental principles. Join us as Dr. Tony Hart unwraps the truths contained in this passage.
You’re sure to receive a blessing from today’s message in Acts chapter 12, where we find out that where there is suffering, there is also opportunity for victory. Here’s Dr. Hart.
In today’s teaching with Dr. Tony Hart from Acts chapter 11 we find Peter being unafraid to step out of his comfort zone to contend for the truth of the Gospel. It’s a lesson for us all.
In today’s message it’s not “something” that spreads rapidly through the population, it’s “Someone.” And that Someone is the Holy Spirit. Today we’re in Acts chapter 10.
How wonderful it is to know that God wants to bless His children. We must however put ourselves in a position to be blessed. From our archived messages, here’s our founder, the late Dr. B. Sam Hart asking, “Are You Ready?”
Today’s message urges us to not be satisfied with the surface type celebrations and trappings of this Christmas season. Jesus deserves a higher level of commitment. Merry Christmas from all of us here at the GOGF!
We invite you to join us for today’s message as Dr. Tony Hart continues our trek through the book of Acts, where today we see God’s desire to use us and work through us.
Jesus’ invitation to come to Him is given to “whosoever will.” Our invitation must be the same. In today’s teaching from Acts chapter 9 Dr. Tony Hart reminds us to accept those whom Christ accepts.
God can use you to do special things for Him. And just like Ananias in Acts chapter 8 of today’s teaching, God will use you if you like Ananias say, “Lord, here I am.” Tune in for today’s message with Dr. Tony Hart
In John 17 Jesus prayed for the unity of believers. But sadly, the Body of Christ remains divided in many ways. We invite you to join us today for this important message about unity, division and relationships. We’re in Acts chapter 23.
If you’ve never heard of Religiously Transmitted Diseases, you won’t want to miss today’s message from Revelation chapter 3 about the church at Laodicea.
In life there are numerous things that are doing their job even though we might not realize it. In today’s teaching with Dr. Tony Hart from Acts chapter 23, we find that despite what we may or may not see around us, God is always at work.
No one expected the events that occurred on Palm Sunday those many years ago. Although Jesus’ life was in jeopardy, He set His face toward Jerusalem, and thus fulfilled God’s plan for His life. What an example for us to follow.
In today’s culture making a commitment doesn’t mean what it used to. “My word is my bond” is not a statement you hear very much anymore, but today’s teaching from Proverbs chapter six reminds us that promises are binding.