Young people hear the voices of many "false spirits," even from 'Christian' people—those whose lives are like the New Testament Judaizers, Gnostics and Nicolaitans. "Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits."
How can a person know what is imaginary and what is actual? We tend to depend on our five senses to help us sort the fictitious from the genuine; but did you know that those may be fooled? So if our senses are not a reliable guide, what is?
Where will we find real security for the soul? Once we have been accepted in Christ, is it possible to lose that safe position? A careful examination of Scripture that will help us understand how we get saved, and how we stay saved
The Bible has truths for everyone, but the book of Genesis is foundational to our belief about God, our reason for existence, ethics, morality, and the creation of man. The casting away of the book of Genesis is a sinister warning of moral decay in our society.
By our fruits we are known. Are we men of the cross?
Jezebel embodied the essence of the feministic movement. Is the spirit of Jezebel permeating/infiltrating the church, the Bride of Christ? Do not answer that question before you listen to this sermon.
We live in an age where there is vast information at our fingertips. What are the dangers of the web and radio? Are we being caught in a trap of false information?
Does this title seem to be an oxymoron? If worldliness is enmity with God, how can there be such a thing? If Christians are placed in the world to do God's work, how shall they relate to the world? Worldliness explained, four danger areas noted, and five helps given for the other-worldly Christian