The Palm Sunday Surprises

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.

A New Creation

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.

Paul Had Ministry On His Mind

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.

God Can Turn Things Around

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.

The Authority Of The Believer

Automobiles have power, but traffic lights have authority. The source of their authority doesn’t lie in itself- not in the electricity or the wires or the bulbs. Today’s teaching reminds us of the source of the believer’s authority. We’re in Acts chapter 16.

We’re Called To Be Disciple Makers

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.

Looking At The Face Of Faith

Today we start a new chapter in our trek through the book of Acts. Here in chapter 14 we see what the face of faith looks like. In sports there is something called “the game face.” It’s a look of determination and resolve- and sometimes it comes from the most unlikely sources: the young upstart facing the wily veteran… the rag-tag band of amateurs going up against their seasoned and well-equipped opponents. We invite you to put on your spiritual game-face-of-faith and join us for today’s message.

Joy Often Comes With Pain

In today’s message we look at the relationship between joy and pain. Ask any mom and she will tell you that giving birth to a child is one of the most joyful experiences of life. But she’ll also tell you that it is one of the most painful. I can almost hear the “Amens!” In many of life’s experiences we find this dichotomy. Paul and his companions certainly did in today’s passage from Acts chapter 13.

All Of Human History Points To Jesus

In the mid-sixties there was a song written to promote an iconic motion picture. The song asked this question: “What’s it all about when you sort it out…?” It’s a question that is still asked today. From the dawn of time to this present moment there is a theme that runs through the course of human history. And in today’s we learn that “History, from beginning to end is all about Jesus.”

Spiritual Warfare: The Showdown In Cyprus

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.

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