What does it mean to be freed from sin? Does it mean that we are now free to sin? The passage in Romans 6 and from the first verse makes plain, not only the answer but most importantly the overall claim of the Gospel.
The distinction between the Day of Christ and The Day of the Lord is often missed, this sermon intends to address how the Bible uses those two terms, and the four areas of distinction between those two phrases. A Distinction of Place The Day of Christ alloccurs in heaven. The Day of the Lord alltranspires on the Earth. A Distinction of People The Day of Christ affects allthose gathered together in Heaven. The Day of the Lord affects all the people on the Earth A…
The distinction between the Day of Christ and The Day of the Lord is often missed, this sermon intends to address how the Bible uses those two terms, and the four areas of distinction between those two phrases. The summary of which is below; A Distinction of Place The Day of Christ alloccurs in heaven. The Day of the Lord alltranspires on the Earth. A Distinction of People The Day of Christ affects allthose gathered together in Heaven. The Day of the Lord…
The Church is a mystery in the Old Testament, Paul revealed the truth of the plan of God in his own writings, but as far as the Old Testament is concerned its silence on the Church is deafening.
The coming of Christ is immediately followed by the Day of The Lord, but the rejection of the Messiah has given an opportunity to the world that has lasted the better part of two thousand years.
Privileged we are for the opportunity to teach and to tell of the hope all people can experience and know for certain. The Gospel is our resting place, it is where all people can come to know true joy.
Below are the avenues through which we teach and tell.
Knowing that it is through scripture and the learning of what it teaches, that we gain the greatest hope and joy in and through our growing relationship with Christ, our ministries are focused completely to this end.
When Pastors Don’t Believe Their Bibles Pt 2 My brethren, be not many masters, knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation. James 3:1 Few they be that stand behind their pulpits in fear of that condemnation warned of so earnestly by the Apostle. Few consider the very present reality of eternity and the effect that every word, even every idle word, would be accounted for on that day (Matt 12:36). There is a generation of viperswho injected poison in the…
There we go, crazy KJV Only people yet again trying to throw water on personal preference. But wait…
Are these not logical questions?
When a Pastor sets out to correct the Bible, is he not inconsistent with the very calling upon his life?
His calling is to “preach” and to “teach” the word of God. The assumption is that he has it, not that he needs to create it, correct it, add to it or take from it.
But what do so many in this Laodicean age do respecting it?
They create doubt. This was done before.
Do we believe the Bible or don’t we? Never has there been such inconsistency among those who profess to believe their Bibles, especially Pastors.
The adage seems as true today as when it was first used, ‘the congregations are more conservative than their pastors’.
More than ever do we find doubt created in that great book, until ultimately, people don’t trust it enough to read it.
The Condemnation Of The Preacher Eight of the most profound words from the Apostle Paul that should fill the desire of every man who understands his role as a minister of the Gospel. I have fully preached the gospel of Christ. Rom 15:19 The preaching of the Bible is the central focus of every service. There is no other work that a man can undertake that has greater importance than the preaching of the Gospel, that in the hearing of…