What is salvation? And what are the marks of true salvation? Many evangelicals (and Mennonites) have strayed from the original understanding of the word "salvation." Rediscover the nature and marks of authentic salvation.
The bondage of sin and the burden of guilt: problems as old as mankind! What can be done to cleanse the conscience and free the soul? This sermon looks at confession, the related topics of repentance and forgiveness, and details the steps to take to restore peaceful relationships with God and man.
Jesus commissioned His disciples to preach the gospel of the kingdom, then instructed them to fear God, not men. How does reverence effect our message and our lifestyle?
How do we deal with sin and the shame that comes with it? Many turn to substance abuse to dull the pain. Others try do do good works. But only through Jesus Christ can we be healed.
Is the route you are traveling taking you away from God? If so, it’s time to make a U-turn. God asks you to repent—to do an about-face. If you don’t, the consequences will be disastrous.
Jesus Christ is coming again. The Bible says so. But why is He coming? What will He do when He comes? Why should His coming be important to me or you? To help answer those questions, let’s review why He came the first time.
What is really motivating the things you do?
Is regret for past mistakes repentance? Not necessarily . . . Here are 7 marks of true, life-changing repentance.
"For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption, but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting." (Galatians 6:8)
Can a person choose which spirit will control him? Can anything be done to change the effects of a sinful ancestor on his descendants? Is there any hope for freedom from the bondage of sin? Learn what the Bible has to say about spirit possession and generational iniquity as you listen.
From His very own mother to the religious Pharisees, and from John the disciple to the soldiers who crucified Him, many watched Christ die. Weep with those who wept; discover Jesus with those who discovered Jesus—Jesus, Who died as few men die.
No matter which role you find yourself filling in the family - the prodigal failure or the faultless older brother - you will be challenged as you listen to this discourse on a familiar Bible story.