Jesus had a conversation with a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well in the fourth chapter of John. If one studies the account between Jesus, this woman and the other people of Samaria, we learn some interesting things regarding their faith in Christ. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 10:05 — 10.5MB) | EmbedSubscribe: … Continue reading Samaritan Faith
In this episode we quickly examine the lives of the rich young ruler and the Zaccheus, a chief tax collector. Both men had encounters with Jesus. One was well respected in society and the other was despised. Which one was justified in the sight of God? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:36 … Continue reading The Tale Of Two Rich Men
This is a very very important question. Your eternal life hangs in the balance regarding this matter. Many believe truth is strictly in the eyes of the beholder, or it is simply relative. Is it okay to accept the ideology of, “your truth is your truth and my truth is my truth. What is true for … Continue reading Is truth absolute or relative?
Numerous people have claimed to do it. If someone has committed their lives to the devil is there any hope for that person? Are they eternally lost? Or can they be delivered by the power of God and His grace? Stay tuned to find out. http://gospelofrepentance.blogspot.com/2019/02/can-someone-sell-their-soul-to-devil.html Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: … Continue reading Can you sell your soul to the devil?
Is there a difference between the two ideas? Is one more severe than the other? We know God hates sin. Does he judge mistakes as severely or not at all? Tune in to find out. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 13:19 — 13.5MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | … Continue reading Sins vs Mistakes
This matter is monumental! Why? Because it deals with the nature of the atonement. If Jesus died for those who die in unbelief, what benefit did those who perish in sin receive from Christ’s death? This is a matter we need to explore carefully. Most in the Church are convinced Christ’s death covered the sins those … Continue reading Did Jesus die for those who die in unbelief?
We are in a new year already. This is usually the time many set new goals for their lives. Often times our ideas presume we are going to be around to meet them. How should we approach each day? Should we have an assumptive view that we are going to be around, or should we … Continue reading Perspective
Seems like an obvious question doesn’t it? We all know why Jesus came to the earth, don’t we? I know why He came, but for some, they may be confused as to why He came. There is a sole reason why He came. Some there were additional reasons. I only know of one primarily. Please … Continue reading Why Did Jesus come?
This is the balance on the subject of God’s “Unfairness” regarding the world. We as Christians must defend the character of God with the truthfulness of scripture. Evil men cannot be the one to write the narrative on God’s character. God’s holy word reveals to us who God is, and how He relates to all men. … Continue reading The Unfairness of God – Part 2
Who generally receives the blame for all the evil in the world? Man or God? Evil people blame God because if He is all powerful, He must be asleep at the wheel because He’s not stopping anything. In the minds of many God is unfair and unjust. Check out part one of this critical subject … Continue reading The Unfairness of God – Part 1