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What Will Jesus Judge? | The King Is Coming #5 | Pastor Lutzer

By Erwin W. Lutzer

All believers will be held accountable for our works, even if it leads to tears of regret. We are saved by grace, not by good works, but we will stand before the judgement seat of Christ. Pastor Lutzer poses the question: “Is it selfish to live for rewards in heaven?” Imagine stepping into heaven knowing you’ve faithfully laid up treasures where it matters. 

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Is Jesus’ Return Soon? | The King Is Coming #4 | Pastor Lutzer

By Erwin W. Lutzer

Most apocalyptic accounts are dreadful. Yet for believers, Jesus’ appearing at any moment is our “blessed hope.” Pastor Lutzer reflects on the wonders of that day, both physically and metaphysically. It’s impossible to fully imagine our transformation. But in the twinkling of the eye, it will be glorious!

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Hope Again | What’s God Saying Through Natural Disasters? #6 | Pastor Lutzer

By Erwin W. Lutzer

In the aftermath of devastation, how can we have hope when we don’t understand why God let something happen? Pastor Lutzer guides us through some of the most comforting passages in the Bible. We learn that Jesus says to us: “I am not only your refuge and strength, I am your forerunner through all suffering and uncertainty.” He has been there before and He says to us, “Follow me.” Originally Published: Apr 5, 2021

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Expect Suffering | What’s God Saying Through Natural Disasters? #5 | Pastor Lutzer

By Erwin W. Lutzer
We don’t have to look very far to see the terrible effects of sin around us. The natural world can be beautiful one day and wreak havoc and terror the next. Pastor Lutzer guides us through Romans 8, where we learn why creation groans, longing to be rescued from its sin-cursed state. Don’t lower your expectations, put them in the right place.
Originally Published: Feb 22, 2021

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Repent Today | What’s God Saying Through Natural Disasters? #4 | Pastor Lutzer

By Erwin W. Lutzer

From our standpoint, natural disasters happen randomly. Even if someone or someplace doesn’t seem to deserve disaster, it’s still bound to happen. But even when every disaster isn’t a direct judgment, what if God speaks clearly through unexpected chaos? Pastor Lutzer looks at two more key lessons from Scripture that God wants to teach us in a time of crisis. Originally Published: Feb 8, 2021

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