"It's Jesus from the beginning, it's Jesus in the middle; it's Jesus at the end. What's important to Jesus is important to us. What empowered Jesus will empower us...The Spirit that raised up Christ will raise up the church to do a work for Christ."
At the heart of Anabaptism was a simple idea: "Jesus meant every word that He said." Dean Taylor's brief overview of historic Anabaptism is more than history; it's a call to stake our lives and lifestyles on similar, Christ-centered discipleship.
First in a series on the Trinity. Although the actual word is not in the Bible, the concept of a triune God is found from beginning to end. This sermon concentrates on attributes and character traits of God the Father.
The Holy Spirit is probably the most misunderstood person of the Godhead yet He is an important part of our salvation. It is a serious thing to offend Him. It robs us of peace and of usefulness. And if one continues to grieve and insult and quench Him, it may rob that person of his eternal reward.
The Bible has much to teach us about spirits, both helpful angels and opposing demons, magic and the occult, and what happens to the human soul after death. This study guide will lead you to realities about the invisible world from a Biblical perspective, comparing Scripture with Scripture.
In Matthew 8 and 9 we see some demonstrations of the power of Jesus. Some miracles were performed to help others and others to prove He was the Messiah. In every instance Jesus was in perfect control of the situation.
Belief in the Trinity is one of the distinctive characteristics of the historic Christian faith. In the nature of the one God, there are three distinct Persons—the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—each fully God, co-equal and co-eternal.