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The only perfect man who ever lived was Jesus Christ. This is because he was completely submissive to the will of God. Because of his reverent submission, God raised him from the dead and made him the savior of all mankind. His resurrection serves not only as a confirming sign, but as a promise to all who will likewise submit themselves to God. The problem is, most of us don't want to submit. We'd rather live in the mushy middle. John 4:1-7; James 3:2; John 5:19; Heb 5:7-9; Rom 3:23, 6:23; John 14:6; Matt 20:28; Matt 16:21; 1Cor 15:20-26; Php 3:7-11; Matt 7:13-14; Luke 18:18ff
Listen as Pastor Tal continues the "Awakening" series, this week discussing the nature of revival and the changes God wants to make in and through us.
Everyone has heard about the narrow path that leads to life and the broad road that leads to destruction. The question is, which path are we on? We usually imagine that if we are living by a sound moral code and are active in God honoring activities that we are indeed on the right path. But are we really? What if we have misunderstood everything we think we know about being on the right path? John 10:10, Mat 7:13-23, Lk 18:10ff, Lk 15:11ff, Acts 20:18-24, Heb 11:7-12, Col 2:13-23, Heb 11:6
In Luke 13:22 a man poses the question to Jesus: "Will those who are saved be few?" Pastor Tom examines Jesus' response.
Pastor Michael teaches that in a court of law the defendant carries the burden of proof. He challenges every person who claims to be a Christian to place themselves on the witness stand and let the evidence and testimony of their daily life prove beyond easonable doubt they are who they claim to be.