Matthew makes the case that Jesus was the Promised One, Israel’s true deliverer – Messiah.
How should the Jews’ attention and reaction to the Law in Nehemiah 8 impact ours to God’s Word?
Peter’s words about Jesus as the “Author of life” are significant to us. As we celebrate Easter, let’s focus on the impact of Resurrection Sunday.
Peter confronted Jews about their their guilt. The question today to be answered is, “What will you do with Jesus?”
There’s lots of “ministry,” but not all of it will come through the fire. Never forget that what God receives and rewards is what’s done with the help of God.
What does God’s Word teach about the doctrine of justification, and how does it clash with what the Roman Catholic Church falsely teaches?
*Note* A recording for Part I failed to be obtained. Any moving people from error to truth will bring a predictable response from our great adversary, the devil. A threat may or may not build character, but it will reveal what you are trusting in!
It is imperative that the believer not lose track of the reason he/she exists on this earth.
Peter closes with several exhortations to live in a manner that is consistent with being a sold-out disciple.
We are not to be motivated by the same things that drive the lost, but we are to be living each day in anticipation of Christ. Part I
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