Luke 13:22-28 1) Only a few will be saved. 2) Wanting to go to heaven, or stay out of hell, is not enough. 3) Blood, sweat, and tears will be required. 4) The kingdom has closing hours and doesn’t accept credit.
Critique of John MacArthur’s recent sermon, “The Damning Deception of Empty Words and Empty Hearts” – https://youtu.be/D1VQLTCEbN4, preached on March 23, 2020. This teaching will critique the the middle part of the aforementioned sermon (10:00 minute mark through 43:20), specifically addressing Matthew 7:13-15, 21-23.
WHO is God? WHAT was God’s purpose in creating us? WHY is there suffering in the world? HOW do we determine truth? When are we most happy? EndgameWHERE is the endgame of life? The endgame for every person is standing before god in judgment of all our deeds to determine whether we were faithful or […]
For two weeks now, I have been sharing with you My version of A Christmas Carol and that is my intention again this morning; to continue my story (or your story as we shall see) as my gift to you this Christmas—a gift to get you thinking about what really matters. The differences between my […]
Charles Dickens produced his as a Christmas gift to his family. And this (also) is the reason for mine. It is my gift to you. A gift to get you thinking about what really matters. The differences between my version and Dickens: You (not Scrooge) are the main character. And you are visited by an Angel (not ghosts) on Christmas Eve. Finally, […]
1. You are going to die. 2. Hell is (very) real place. 3. There is a (very) good chance that you are going there. 3.1. Because you keep treating Jesus like your hall-pass for small sins. 3.2. Because you think Jesus buys into your victim mentality as a valid excuse for your disobedience. 3.3. Because you are more worried about making (or keeping) friends/family than making disciples.
Chapter 20 reveals the reign of Christ and His Church (the NC nation of Israel) over Satan and this world before the final war and judgement. It therefore represents what is typically known as the “Church (or New) Age” in contrast to the “Old Age” (Luk 1:70; Heb 9:9) or “The Age to Come” (Heb […]