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In “Speaking For God,” Pastor Paul imparts to us why God speaks through human prophets like Moses, and even believers like you and me. Ultimately, though, God speaks finally and ultimately through Jesus Christ, His Beloved Son.
Jesus’ entrance and life on this earth was nothing less than ASTONISHING! Hear about His astonishing promise, entrance, words and mission.
The Bible is God's inspired, inerrant, word, which was delivered through the prophets and preserved for us. Peter reminds his readers of God's providence in their salvation. Truths that even the angles long to look into have been preserved for today's church in the Bible. Our understanding of salvation, assurance, and faith can be built upon this truth. So, the question that must be asked is this, do you truly believe that the Bible is the inspired word of our creator God, or just a feel good moral guide book. Without adequate faith in the absolute truth of the bible, it is impossible to hope in the promises that the Bible contains.
Were living in a very changing time.
Life is a spiritual trial or test that requires supernatural patience and perseverance. James calls us to be patient and persevere by means of God's revelation of Jesus. In particular, James emphasizes that patience and perseverance are empowered by knowing of Jesus' coming judgment and past compassionate faithfulness.
As the Fight The Power series draws to close, Pastor Radcliff revisits Amos to see the distinction between a prophet called by God and a prophet who is only interested in protecting the religious status quo. Amos squares off against Amaziah to declare what thus sayeth the Lord. Amaziah is more concerned with protecting his turf and keeping the king and the church happy. What happens when we have a multitude of prophets that are more concerned with their marketshare, television ministries, and keeping everyone happy than with speaking the truth?
In Galatians 4:21-31, Paul appeals to the analogy of Hagar and Sarah to illustrate how those who rely on self-effort end up in sin and bondage whereas those who trust in God’s promise receive salvation and freedom.