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In 1 Timothy 1:12-17, Paul recounts his conversion and commissioning as an Apostle. In so doing, he reveals the reason why the eternal Son of God came into the world, namely to save sinners. Moreover, Paul sets himself forth as the quintessential example to prove this point! From this passage, we will come to see two vital truths, which remained clear and definite for Paul, namely the greatness of His sin and the greatness of His Savior.
What is blasphemy of the Spirit? What is the work of the Holy Spirit?
In this sermon we again see Jesus make reference to the fact that there are two kingdoms in conflict. We also answer the question: "What does it mean to commit the sin of blasphemy of the Holy Spirit?"
Showing mercy is a test of your heart, not anyone else's.
The gospel is simple...yet so misunderstood. The gospel message is so powerful...yet so often we are blind to this reality. Why? Perhaps because we overlook the reality that conflict is inherent to the gospel message.
Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit – all sins forgivable, but this sin! What does this mean? How does this look? This teaching investigates the concept and also gives examples in the Bible showing this and the outcome of such a decision and this type of heart condition.
Pastor Randy Pizzino preaches on Luke 12:1-12.
It was because of Jesus' claim of being the Son of God that the Pharisees wanted to stone him. They accused him of blasphemy. This message will study three implications of Christ being the Son of God: 1) deity; 2) humility; 3) authority
Belshazzar, the grandson of Nebuchadnezzar decides to throw a party during the siege by the Medes and Persians. He decided to show off by drinking out of the holy vessels from Yahweh's temple. A hand interrupts his party by writing on the wall. Daniel interprets the writing. The kingdom is over, judgment is at hand.