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.
Who offers a better freedom- Christian rebirth or the American revolution? Who offers more freedom from tyranny- America or Jesus Christ? Who has broken more chains for men in this land- Independence or Dependence on Jesus Christ? How do we obtain true freedom?
Law: how should the Christian think about it? A careful look at moral law, God’s covenants with Noah and Abraham, the law He gave to Moses for the nation of Israel, and finally, the law of Christ. Several erroneous ideas about the Law are also addressed.
A look into Creator’s Book to explore the relationship between seeds planted and harvest gathered, the connection between decisions and consequences. They may be more important than you realize!
The Bible is an old book. Most of its writers lived over two thousand years ago, but its message is still fresh and up-to-date. "Ye must be born again," applies as much to us as it did to people back then. But what exactly is the new birth and how can a person know if they have experienced it?
God told the Israelites not to go back to Egypt. But the things the Egyptians offered to Israel looked inviting. God doesn't want us to live in sin. But sometimes the things satan has to offer are tempting. How do I stay out of Egypt (sin)? How do I come back to God after living in sin?
Bitterness not only ruins relationships with others; our own lives can self-destruct through unresolved bitterness in our own hearts. God has answers for bitterness—answers that restore both your heart and your love for others to His beauty.