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.
"It seems that when Paul said, do your best to come before winter—he was simply saying, Before winter, Timothy, or never! If you don't do it now; if you don't come before winter—it will be too late." This writing is a good lesson on commitment and brotherly love.
Corinth was one of the great cities of the Roman Empire. The city was noted for its wealth, luxury, and immorality. Paul visited Corinth for the first time on his second missionary journey. He became acquainted with a couple named Aquila and Priscilla, and during his stay at Corinth.
Paul describes many characteristics of the end of the age. There will be a love of money, arrogance, blasphemy, and disobedience to parents. Intemperance will be common. Conditions will become progressively worse as the church age draws to its close. The days will be perilous!
How did Jesus fulfill the type of the Jewish Passover? How does His death coincide with the death of the Passover lamb? Most importantly, WHAT DOES JESUS' DEATH MEAN FOR US TODAY? How are Christians to live like Him? How does God's will affect the doctrine of predestination?
"We are made a spectacle unto the world, and to angels, and to men." This message is intended to remind us of those "off-stage," other-world spiritual realities, God's hidden work in the past, and to inspire us to faithfulness in our turn "on-stage."