God uses discipline in the lives of those whom He loves. Where would we be without it? Open your Bibles to II Corinthians chapter one and follow along as Dr. Tony Hart teaches.
In today’s message with Dr. Tony Hart we are reminded that we can depend upon God to keep His Word. We’re in II Corinthians chapter 1.
Today we continue our journey through the book of II Corinthians with a powerful and uplifting message that reminds us of God’s promises of deliverance.
In today’s teaching Dr. B. Sam Hart unleashes for some what might be a startling truth: God wants to bless you, but you may not be ready to receive it.
there is no questioning God’s ability to use suffering in our lives in ways we can’t imagine.
Following instructions is not only important when assembling things, it’s crucial to living the Christian life. In Ruth chapter one, Dr. Tony Hart uses Ruth’s story as a vivid example of this vital discipline.
As Dr. Tony Hart today wraps up his series in the book of John, we look at the resurrection of Christ which challenges us to never be the same, and to rise to the challenge of new life in Him.
Blame… whenever we go about determining guilt, in most circumstances there is usually enough blame to go around. In today’s message Dr. Tony Hart looks at who is to blame for the crucifixion of Christ. The answer may surprise you.
All of us would do better if we would take heed to the mistakes of others and avoid making the same ones ourselves. Today we learn from the mistakes of Peter in John chapter 18.
Countdowns are filled with wonder and anticipation. The same was true as Jesus got nearer… and nearer… and nearer to the cross. We’re in John chapter 18.
We invite you to follow along as Dr. Tony Hart begins teaching in 2 Corinthians chapter 10 with a lesson we all need to learn.
There are a plethora of people and organizations that are excellent examples of giving in action, but there is only one perfect example. In today’s message with Dr. Tony Hart we find out just Who that example is.
In today’s message with Dr. Tony Hart, we’re reminded that God loves a cheerful giver. Our experience in giving should be hilarious, not hurtful.
We’re ending this year of the Grand Old Gospel Hour with a message from our archives with Dr. B. Sam Hart. This has been a challenging year for many of us, and I’m sure many of you also. We’ve needed God’s power to get this far, and we’ll need it to keep going.