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
Many have tried, and many have failed. You can run, but you can’t hide. In today’s challenging message from Acts chapter nine Dr. Tony Hart urges us not to fight God’s plan for our lives.
Just like some things can only be done if we have the proper raining, God’s power only comes with the proper attitude of the heart.
Join us today as Dr. Tony Hart continues his teaching in the book of Acts and reminds us that the power that comes from faith in God is the greatest power that we can ever experience.
Today we’re in Acts chapter 8 where a great persecution generates a great proclamation. Just as God used this persecution to grow the church, He can also use it to grow your life. Here’s Dr. Tony Hart with today’s teaching.
You might be surprised, but God has a plan for your life. The question is, “Are you going to fight it?” In today’s message from Acts chapter 7 Dr. Tony Hart urges you not to. Here’s Dr. Hart.
In today’s message we’re on a treasure hunt. What are we searching for? Perhaps we’re searching for you! Today’s teaching is about looking for Christian Leaders. They’re sometimes hard to find. Today we begin a new chapter in our journey through the book of Acts. Open your Bibles to Acts chapter six and join in.
Life, like football, can sometimes leave us battered and bruised, but thankfully we’re on the winning side! Join us as Dr. Tony Hart continues his teaching in the book of Acts. We’re in chapter 5.
The new creation is described in 2 Corinthians 5:17: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!” To understand the new creation, first we must grasp that it is in fact a creation- something that God has done. We could not re-create ourselves. Neither did God simply clean up our old nature; He created something entirely fresh and new. The new creation is a wondrous thing, and it is the subject of today’s message from the archived teachings of Dr. B. Sam Hart.
In Acts chapter 16 we find a story of hope for all who are going through difficult times. It reminds us that all of life’s difficult circumstances are transitory. It’s a story that shows how God can turn things around.
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.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just reach into a bag and pull out all the things we need to be disciple makers? We might not be able to do that, but God has given us both the ingredients and instructions that are necessary to fulfill the mandate found in today message from Acts chapter 16.
In today’s message from Acts chapter 17 we find Paul being very narrowminded. What was on his mind that captured his thinking? Listen in to find out.